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Dyson Air Purifier


Is anyone using a Dyson Air Purifier in their RV?  They're pricey but on sale now.  I have asthma & allergies so I'm just wondering if it would be worth the expense.



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We use another brand, Therapure, from Costco, about $100, and like it. We have had a couple others before, including a $200 one from Wal-Mart, and this one works the best and is the easiest to clean of the ones we tried. We normally turn it to night mode when sleeping, but will leave on a higher setting in noisy locations as a white noise generator. We have not tried Dyson, but the brand has a great reputation.

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Thank you!

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Personally, I'm a big fan of the Vornado and think that the Dyson's not at all worth the price premium, but it does have one advantage for an RV: for a given CFM, it seems to use less power than the Vornados. If it's plugged into the wall the payback period on the Dyson is years longer than the lifetime of the fan (so, never), but if you're on batteries most of the time it may make a bit of a difference.

The Dyson moves way more air for the same physical size fan though.

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-- Edited by cowolter on Tuesday 21st of August 2018 05:39:52 AM



-- Edited by cowolter on Monday 27th of August 2018 05:25:23 AM

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Thanks Cowolter!

 



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We have the Holmes air purifier for 4 years now and it works well.

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