Breathe easier with a new-to-you Dyson air purifier, now on sale for under $200

SAVE $100: You can get a refurbished Dyson Pure Cool Link TP02 air-purifying fan on sale at Walmart for only $199.99 as of March 5. (It’s normally listed at $299.99, so this deal’s saving you 33%.)

The first day it’s finally warm enough to crack open your windows is an early-spring milestone that’s sort of hard to celebrate. Yes, that 60-degree air blowing through your living room is a sure sign we’ve made it through the worst of winter — suck it, seasonal depression! — but it also means we’re barreling sinus-first into pollen season.
For fresher, healthier air indoors, the Dyson Pure Cool Link is a great buy: The hybrid air purifier/tower fan has a vacuum-sealed HEPA filter (with an odor-trapping layer of activated carbon) that’s capable of removing 99.97% of allergens and pollutants as small as 0.3 microns from the air around it. Read more…More about Allergies, Dyson, Mashable Shopping, Dyson Pure Cool, and Air Purifiers

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SAVE $100: You can get a refurbished Dyson Pure Cool Link TP02 air-purifying fan on sale at Walmart for only $199.99 as of March 5. (It’s normally listed at $299.99, so this deal’s saving you 33%.)


The first day it’s finally warm enough to crack open your windows is an early-spring milestone that’s sort of hard to celebrate. Yes, that 60-degree air blowing through your living room is a sure sign we’ve made it through the worst of winter — suck it, seasonal depression! — but it also means we’re barreling sinus-first into pollen season.

For fresher, healthier air indoors, the Dyson Pure Cool Link is a great buy: The hybrid air purifier/tower fan has a vacuum-sealed HEPA filter (with an odor-trapping layer of activated carbon) that’s capable of removing 99.97% of allergens and pollutants as small as 0.3 microns from the air around it.

Dyson customers seem to think the Pure Cool Link a great buy at its $499.99 MSRP, given the fact that it’s completely sold out on the brand’s website. But we’ll let you in on a little secret: Walmart is selling refurbished Pure Cool Links for just $199.99 apiece as of March 5, which is 33% off its usual $299.99 list price for a gently used unit.

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On the smarts side of things, you can use the companion Dyson Link app to schedule the Pure Cool Link, remotely control it, and keep tabs on its air quality readings. (There’s an Auto Mode that lets the device make automatic airflow adjustments based on that air quality monitoring, and a Night Mode that enables its quietest settings while dimming its LED display.) Amazon Echo devices are also supported, in case you prefer voice control.

While other air purifiers require monthly filter rinses, that’s not the case with the Pure Cool Link — in fact, you only need to change its filter once a year if you run it for 12 hours a day. (Dyson sells replacements for about $70.) Also of note: No blades that could be dangerous for kids or pets.

Get set for spring in all of its pollen-y glory and score a new-to-you Dyson Pure Cool Link while Walmart’s deal is still live — the blue button below will send you right on over to its product page.

Breathe easier with a new-to-you Dyson air purifier, now on sale for under $200

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