My family and I have been hardcore Dyson fans (no pun intended) for at least 10 years. When I was getting married 6 years ago, one of the very first things I bought before Mr. Bond and I moved in together was a Dyson vacuum.
Like no question about it, I had to have it because I used the one at my parent’s house for years and loved it.
Now fast forward 6 years and I recently bought the cordless Dyson vacuum instead since it fits our lifestyle better in the new apartment. And a few weeks ago Dyson graciously sent us this uber-cool air purifier called the Dyson Pure Cool Link!
Besides removing 99.97% of allergens, I love the bladeless oval design of this air purifier and the fact that it cools too! That’ll come in very handy when summertime rolls around and the sun is beaming hot through the windows.
Mr. Bond and I are obsessed. I joke that it’s his early Father’s Day present.
The Cool Link air purifier works with both a physical remote and an app called “Dyson Link.” You can control the settings on the app (how fast it blows as well as whether or not you want it to move side-to-side/oscillate), and then you can see a little report on air quality over the last day, week, etc.
They’re not paying me to say these things (although I only collaborate and work with brands I love and would spend my own hard-earned money on anyway), but I just wanted to let you know that their new air purifier is the bomb in case you’re in the market! I’d definitely recommend purifiers to everyone, my friend recently bought a Probiotic Purifier and she loves hers too! Air purifiers are really important, as you wouldn’t believe some of the things that can be in the air in your home. Particles including dust, mold and pollen, chemicals from cleaning products, gases such as carbon monoxide, and sulphur dioxide and pet hair. All of these things can set off allergies and have a negative impact on the lungs. The Dyson Pure Cool Link can reduce the amount of all of these in the air. However, it is less effective with pet hair – if you have pets or have a pet allergy you might want to read a review of the best air purifiers for dog hairs instead.
Setting it up wasn’t too hard: you basically just put the bladeless “fan” part on top of the base and plug it in. Figuring out how to set it up with the wifi was a little harder for me.
Setup Tip: If your wifi is like mine where it’s separated into two, i.e. ours is called Bond and Bond 2.4… set it up with the one that’s like Bond 2.4, if that makes sense. It doesn’t work on 5GHz wifi, as opposed to 2.4GHz. Follow the directions on the app, and it’ll tell you when to connect to your home wifi and then the Dyson “wifi” to enter the air purifier’s individual MAC address (it’s on a sticker on the base) and then back to your home wifi where you’ll stay (kind of like connecting a wireless printer).
Anyway, enough gushing over technology. How sweet is Vienna trying to work the remote?!
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My $68 dress is from this outfit post.
Also, I just got my eyelash extensions done with Donna at Luscious Lashes with the $64 deal I purchased here.
My $34 cobalt blue tassel earrings from Snapchat: http://bit.ly/1TbM4ft. Hurry, they sell out sometimes; I personally waited on a waitlist to get them.
And lastly, here are my new $89 reflective sunnies that I’ve been wearing a ton on Snapchat: http://bit.ly/1UDqgh4. They should definitely cost more for the quality, but don’t tell the brand I said that!
I’m on a roll with the deals today!
Teepee and other living room details are in my last home post.