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The first Dyson personal purifying fan

Senses particles and gases

Purified air to cool you1

Focused, personal airflow

An office worker using a Dyson Pure Cool Me

Cool with purified air. Not dirty air.

Our personal purifying fan is engineered to help improve your air quality. It projects cooling, filtered air – wherever you need it.1

A woman reads to her son, next to a Dyson personal purifier fan

Homes can be up to 5x more polluted than the air outside2

Everyday items in our homes release potentially harmful microscopic particles. Our sealed filters help remove them from the air around you.

Man working in a home office, surrounded by sources of indoor air pollution
  • PM10

    Pollen and allergens


  • PM5

    Bacteria and mould spores


  • Odours

    Household fumes and cooking


  • Ultrafine particles

    Ultrafine particles


Captures gases and pollutants. And keeps them trapped.

The machine's sealed filter combines an activated carbon and glass HEPA layer. Together, they capture gases and 99.95% of ultrafine particles from the air.3

Dyson HEPA and activated carbon purifier filters

Focused airflow, at your fingertips

Precisely control your airflow. By adjusting the dome's position, you can angle the flow higher or lower.

Hand reaching out to refocus airflow with Dyson Core Flow technology
  • Airflow travels through the Dyson personal purifier fan's apertures, on each side of the convex dome

    Harnessing the airflow

    Powerful jets of air are propelled through narrow apertures. The air travels across the convex surface of the dome.

  • The jets of air meet and a high-pressure core forms

    High-pressure core

    The jets of air travel across the dome at high velocity. As they converge, a pressure core forms.

  • Purified air coalesces and is projected from the Dyson Pure Cool Me

    Focused projection

    The jets of air are forced to steer around the high-pressure core. They coalesce to project a focused stream of purified air.

All features

  • Airflow travels through the Dyson personal purifier fan's apertures, on each side of the convex dome. The jets of air meet and a high-pressure core forms. Purified air coalesces and is projected from the Dyson Pure Cool Me.

    Smooth 70˚ oscillation

    Set your machine to rotate from side to side, to deliver airflow through a 70˚ range.

  • Dyson Pure Cool Me™ 70˚ oscillation

    A comfortable night's sleep

    At night, you can set the sleep timer anywhere between 15 minutes and 9 hours. So you can keep cool and comfortable while you rest.

  • Woman in bed using her remote control to set her purifying fan sleep timer

    Easy filter maintenance

    Built-in reminders show you when your filter needs changing.4 It’s quick and easy to do, to ensure your machine is always working at its best.

  • 3Based on time used. Filter life varies according to pollution levels. Person changing the filter on their Dyson Pure Cool Me

    See your machine's status

    The LCD screen shows your airflow speed, modes and filter life.

Frequently asked questions

Our personal purifying fan is recommended for use on desktops, bedside tables and side tables – near where you sit.

This machine is designed to deliver air to you, rather than to the whole room.

It's not connected, so doesn’t report to the app. However, information is displayed on the LCD screen – including fan speed, filter life, oscillation and sleep timer.

It will need to be changed after 12 months, based on 12 hours use a day.4

Dyson Pure Cool Me™ BP01 personal purifying fan (Gunmetal/Copper) Reviews

Overall rating
4% of 100
Reviewed on 20/9/2021

Great if you stick to its 'personal' small space ticket. Some issues when you push it further.


Pros: - Constant noise: No buffeting and no squeaky pivoting and all the other annoying sounds you can get with a pedestal fan - Perfect, relaxing white noise at the lower ...
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settings - Filtering seems to be top notch, air coming out of it is very very fresh. Cons: - IR sensor at base makes actually using the remote a pain in pretty standard placement scenarios - Noise is a bit intense / high pitch at higher settings - Mild engine whine at middle settings Summary: Perfect for what its designed to do: Cool a person in very close proximity with a very mild relaxing noise, and filter a quite small space like a small bedroom / study with top notch filter tech. Try to push it harder and there are some concerns. The one thing that really gets me about this fan is the design - because that is meant to be what Dyson are all about. The IR sensor for the remote seems to be right on the base of the device, which means its easily blocked by say, a chair in front of the side table it is sitting on. Making the remote almost pointless. Very weird they wouldn't have put the sensor (and display for that matter) higher up. On the plus side: It gives a nice focused constant flow of air, there is no buffetting to hear or feel, just a nice cool breeze. It is definitely a personal fan, as it says on the box, even at the highest setting you wouldn't want to be more than a couple of meters away from it if you want to feel a decent breeze even at full speed. But within this, it is definitely powerful enough. It is louder than a bob standard pedestal fan for the same air force. This is to be expected given its size and the fact its forcing air though a (brilliant) filter. It produces a very nice white noise, though maybe a higher pitch than you'd be used to with a regular fan. At the lower settings though the noise is perfect, very relaxing, though you'd need to have the fan fairly close to get a good cooling effect. But for a bedside table while you sleep application, I think this fan/filter is perfect! At the middle settings there is a mild engine wine sound which is audible over the air noise (at higher settings its overpowered by the air noise), which isn't ideal. It is very mild but I'm expecting perfection from Dyson. If you're primarily after a filter, it is very quiet at the lower settings down to basically silent at the lowest setting - though you would definitely want to limit filtering to a small room at these speeds.

Direct from Dyson

1 Product is a fan, not an air conditioner.
2 Supported by data from the Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research, 2009.
3 Tested for filtration efficiency at 0.1 microns (EN1822). Gaseous capture rates vary.
4 Based on time used. Filter life varies according to pollution levels.

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