Are you battling the UK heatwave? The Dyson Allergy Preventive Fan is now on the lowest worth

After weeks of cold temperatures and rain, the Great British Summer is here. On bank holiday in Kinlochewe, Scotland, the highest temperature of the year to date – a mild 25.1 ° C – was recorded. Temperatures are expected to stay around the mid-20s throughout the week. If you’re struggling with the heat, this latest Amazon listing might help.

Dyon’s super-smart fan has dropped to the lowest price ever on Amazon. Typically from £ 549, this WiFi connected fan is packed with tricks. There’s an included HEPA filter that Dyson says can trap 99.97 percent of allergens (up to 0.3 microns) to help purify the air and allergies to pets, dust, smoke, pollen, and mold spores alleviate.

That’s pretty impressive, but wouldn’t be worth much if the Dyson wasn’t a good fan. Thankfully, with a full 360 degree rotation, 77 gallon second airflow, and Alexa voice control to turn on the fan without moving from your desk, there’s a lot to like in this department too. And it can also be used as a heater in winter when you are cold at your (home) desk!

Amazon downgraded the Dyson cleaning fan to its lowest price ever at £ 464. In the middle of the August 2020 heatwave, the same model sold for around £ 930, according to Amazon’s price history. So if you’re looking to upgrade your fan, it’s best to add one to the cart now before they all overheat and start shopping for it!

This fan can be combined with the Dyson Link app. From your smartphone or tablet, you can get real-time reports on the air quality in your home, control your machine remotely and create schedules for your day – so you don’t even have to think about the fan while you are spending your day.

The air quality report is also visible on the built-in LCD display on the fan itself, which shows the number of ultrafine particles (PM 2.5), allergens (PM10), volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) in your home or home in the office.

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