Dyson has long con­quered the mar­ket for every­thing relat­ed to air — futur­is­tic hair dry­ers, unusu­al clean­ers, hand dry­ers and oth­er “wind blow­ers” of the man­u­fac­tur­er are found lit­er­al­ly at every turn.

The Pure Cool Link Desk is an extra­or­di­nary fan that gets the job done even with­out blades, pro­vid­ing mul­ti-stage cool­ing. The fan also plays the role of an air puri­fi­er. It rec­og­nizes fine par­ti­cles of dust, pollen and oth­er con­t­a­m­i­nants and fil­ters them, releas­ing a stream of clean and cool air.

Dyson Pure Cool review: fan for 30,000 rubles?The device comes with a remote con­trol. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, the Dyson’s work­man­ship, height, and porta­bil­i­ty felt under­whelm­ing to us, but the fan still looks great.

In the end, you should con­sid­er this device not as a house­hold fan, but as a lux­u­ry prod­uct: if you are ready to pay about 30,000 rubles for a design, you will def­i­nite­ly like a fan with a chic appear­ance. In any case, it has no prob­lems with func­tion­al­i­ty, even despite the unusu­al design.


intu­itive remote con­trol
inter­est­ing design
rec­og­nizes, dis­plays and fil­ters con­t­a­m­i­nants such as fine dust and pollen


imprac­ti­cal height — some­where between a table and floor fan
low mobil­i­ty
work­man­ship in need of improve­ment
rel­a­tive­ly high price

Pho­to: man­u­fac­tur­ing com­pa­ny