Difficult to set up at first. Connecting to router was a problem but after 30mins we got it connected. I like how the app works and the information it displays. The auto settings are great. They give multiple options for preferences of hours and days.
Okay, this isn’t a cheap hot/cold air blower, but it does its job very well. We got it to take the chill off a room this winter without having to put the whole heating system on. Setting up the dyson link app was easy, as was enabling the skill with alexa and linking the accounts. The app is a sinch to use and we have a few schedules setup for the week. Voice control with alexa also works flawlessly, for us at least. Aesthetically, the product is stylish, and doesn’t look out of place in a contemporary/modern/designer setting. It’s not as big a footprint as i originally envisaged either. What i do love, is how quiet this thing is. If you crank the fan right up then you can hear it obviously, but on a medium setting it won’t affect listening to music or watching the telly. It just stealthily does it’s thing whilst looking pretty.
Dyson HP02 Hot + Cool Link
- Automatically removes 99.95 percent of allergens and pollutants as small as 0.1 microns from the air
- Captures potentially toxic fumes and odours.Airflow at max Setting:28.12L/S , Temperature settings – Yes – to the degree 0-37 degrees
- Intelligent purification. Triple functionality. Cord length: 1.8 metres
- Care: clean your purifier, simply wipe it with a cloth
- Only Dyson Pure Hot plus Cool Link purifiers have Jet Focus Control
I suppose it depends on what you’re looking for whether this machine is good or pricey (it’s never going to be bad). What this machine really is, is an air purifier. It removes small particles from the air. If you suffer from allergies (eg, pollen, pet, dust etc) this item would be great. Or if the room is smokey and you want to remove the haze then this would work too (although rather an expensive option to do this i think). However, if you just want to have a fan or a heater, then this item is overkill. It’s expensive to buy and expensive to use because it has a hepa filter in it and these filters need replacing. I think a new filter for this machine is over £100. It will last 4000plus hours i believe, but still quite a shock to your wallet.The machine is internet wireless enabled so you can control it from your smartphone (or the remote that comes with the unit).
Well done dyson and thank-you for a unique product that goes above and beyond all the rest. Here are the positives and negatives:positives:cleans air to an unrivalled 0. You can operate the machine via your mobile phone and get stats on air quality etc. It can cool a room (they all have this side effect) but the bonus for me was being able to heat the room very quickly and maintain my desired temperature. I had a vax pure in my home office but was shivering with it on in the current cold weather. It’s quiet, unless on max, and it has auto and night functions. It’s a nice size and it looks good. Negatives that i’d like to see improved before i purchase another:there’s no handle for portability and you’re not supposed to pick it up via the air loop. It has a limited room size capability, especially compared to units that are a fraction of the price, so it is suitable for small houses with old style rooms and shutting doors between rooms but is unsuitable for open plan living or offices.
It is great, very nice looking device. Yes it’s not aircon like some would think – it’s a fan that moves the air around. Pros:- quiet but don’t expect silent operation it’s still fan- very good air filter works like a treat for dust particles (we have noticed way less dust collecting on our furniture)- decent remote control and decent app- great look of the device fits modern homes- awesome as heater, we are using it in 1 bedroom flat and we are extremely happy- power consumption (heat when it starts it goes to 2kw but goes down to 700w after few sec)negative:- somehow the heat function does not stop the device when in auto mode, it just simply slow down but does not stop the device. – no easy integration with google home (might be dyson’s idea to lock down everything like big fruit does) it would be great to see this being updated – give people choice to use what they want. All in all great device with lack of some basic features like google home integration – still i guess if you can afford it you definitely won’t regret your decision.
Dyson HP02 Hot + Cool Link : A high quality product in every aspect. Efficient modern approach to warm and cool. Used between home office and living room.
Been good in heatwave but not as cool as expected.
Was unsure if it was worth the price. I guess you get what you pay for is very pertinent in this case. The dyson is a great product because it works very well. It is a fan and a heater and an air purifier in one. If you bought all 3 separately not only would they cost more – they would use more space also. This device warms up a cold room in no time. It keeps the temperature to whatever you set it on. The air ‘throw’ is quite good too and you can easily feel the draft even across the room. If you don’t like it – run it in dispersed mode – where you won’t feel the wind at all. The air purifier works well too – it shows the pollution level on the mobile app.
It’s an expensive fan and heater but worth every penny.
This is a air purifier in the fist place. Not blowing like hell and not that quite as it is advertised. But does its job well (it comes with the 2nd gen filter). People who needs a fan should look for something else. The app works quite well as i have expected, but you are not able to see the details of captured particules or gasses as you can with the newer version dyson purifiers. If your room is not full of dust and voc roughly it purifies 15sqm area (with 3 m height) per hour. In general this is a quite well designed smart purifier which can either be used as a moderate fan and a heater.
Wide angle mode doesnt blow as indicated, it merely exits the sides of the fan – this means the central part of the fan isnt used. I feel the advertising for this is misleading information and the unit certainly doesnt operate as i was led to believe by the website.
Some of the negative reviews did concern me and, of course, it’s expensive. It’s not an air conditioning unit but it does produce a lot of cool air on the cool setting. It’s packed with features, it was easy to set up and connect to the wifi and i am very happy and impressed with it. On a low night setting you can feel a gentle, cool breeze and you can hardly hear it. If you can afford it it knocks other fans into the dust.
If you haven’t already got one, get one.
As ordered and appropriate for intended use.
The only downside to the product is that there is no way to move it from room to room without squatting down and picking it up. You can’t pick it up by the top – well you could but you would damage it. Otherwise – it works as promised.
Dyson have updated their app and this now works with alexa. There is no doubt that this is v.
4 stars for this product mainly for the high cost. Putting the cost aside this product adds a touch of luxury into office in summer and winter time. I originally purchased this to help filter out pollen in the summer which i’m highly sensitive which does the trick including acting as a nice fan to give a cool breeze in the room providing its not too hot. The heater is an excellent touch in the winter which has power saving feature of turning off when the selected temperature for the room has been reached. The dyson app setup was a bit strange to set up than expected, but once the item is connected properly your phone will be another remote control. Excellent product but your wallet / purse will feel the pinch.
The build quality is what you would expect from dyson fabulous. Your provided with a remote control but, the app is far superior it tracks the air quality and it actually works very will, you able to see the improvement in air quality after you completed a quick clean of your home. This app and the sensors included in this dyson product really do help people who have breathing issueswhilst you are provided with one air filter as standard the cost of replacement ones are quite excessive, maybe dyson could correct thisthe heater is very good, my house has three bedrooms and if you leave all the doors open inside your home the dyson will warm the whole house up, quickly down stairs and gradually up stairs. I have not had to use my central heating oncethe true genius behind this product is the mobile ios app, if it is cold out side when your on your way home you can turn the heater on and walk into a warm homeyes it’s expencive but you are getting your moneys worth.
Sensors measure air quality, humidity and temperature. The latter two require it to be active. The former shows that it’s not nearly as effective at purifying the air as opening the window and putting a fan in front of it – if the air outside is relatively clean. It does improve the air quality though, and it’s not always an option to blow air in from outside. The wireless app is a nice touch. You can warm a room up before you enter it, or set it to turn on when the temperature or air quality go outside set limits. It also provides charts of the air quality. It’s also convenient to be able to use a phone or tablet to interact with it. It has a night mode, which just dims the display and limits the fan speed. The fan is like any other dc fan in terms of loudness, but it’s a bit louder when the heater is active too.
Not really as impressed with this as i’d hoped or expected i would be. Seems slower than other heaters i’ve had, definitely not worth the price.
Over priced load of nothing i’m afraid. I really wanted this fan to be more than it is. Far, and i can’t stress it enough when i say far less effective than the £30 rotating stand fan that i have just purchased to supplement my very very expensive (noisy) dyson fan. In reality it’s quicker to get up off your backside and press 1 of 4 buttons on a traditional fan than it is to open up the dyson app (or find the dyson remote control) and adjust the fan settings. Buy yourself an air purifier for £50 max. Perhaps the guys at dyson could focus on making a more lightweight vacuum cleaner rather than continuing to venture into the fan industry?.