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Dyson Purifier Cool TP07 Air Purifier Review

Tested using Methodology v1.0
Reviewed May 13, 2024 at 01:24 pm
Dyson Purifier Cool TP07 Picture
6.4
Pets
6.1
Bedroom
6.6
Air Purification

The Dyson Purifier Cool TP07 is a combined air purifier and fan. Its oscillating fan can rotate up to 350 degrees, providing cool air to most of a room. Of course, if you'd prefer not to run the fan, you can also turn it off while still having the air purifier run. This is a Wi-Fi-enabled device, and you can use the Dyson Link app to set operating schedules, monitor air quality, or control the machine from afar. It also supports voice commands made through Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Siri Shortcuts. The 'Auto' power setting allows the machine to assess air quality in real-time and run the air purifier as needed.

Our Verdict

6.4 Pets

The Dyson TP07 is a mediocre option for pet owners. It doesn't do as good a job as some alternatives when it comes to collecting really fine particles like cat dander, and its clean air delivery rate is on the slow side, so it isn't the most efficient choice for larger rooms. It's also loud, which isn't great if your pet is easily startled by unfamiliar sounds.

Pros
  • You can operate it via smartphone app or included remote control.
  • Informative display.
  • Particle detection system.
Cons
  • Noisy operation.
  • Unspectacular particle filtration performance.
  • Somewhat low clean air delivery rate.
6.1 Bedroom

The Dyson TP07 is a middling option for use in bedrooms. It makes more noise at its lowest fan speed compared to most of its peers, which could disturb your sleep if you leave it running overnight. While you can't turn off its display completely, it does dim to the point where it isn't too noticeable, even in dark rooms.

Pros
  • You can operate it via smartphone app or included remote control.
  • Informative display.
  • Particle detection system.
Cons
  • Noisy operation.
  • Unspectacular particle filtration performance.
  • Somewhat low clean air delivery rate.
6.6 Air Purification

The Dyson TP07 is only okay for general-purpose use. It's a slick-looking device with a wide range of convenience features that result in a pleasant user experience, but its overall filtration performance is nothing to write home about. It's far from the most efficient choice for cleaning larger rooms, and its ability to lock in the smallest airborne particles lags far behind cheaper alternatives.

Pros
  • You can operate it via smartphone app or included remote control.
  • Informative display.
  • Particle detection system.
Cons
  • Noisy operation.
  • Unspectacular particle filtration performance.
  • Somewhat low clean air delivery rate.
  • 6.4 Pets
  • 6.1 Bedroom

Performance Usages

  • 6.6 Air Purification
  1. Updated Apr 29, 2024: Review published.

Differences Between Sizes And Variants

This device comes in two variants, though they differ only in color. The TP07 is available in either White/Silver or Black/Nickel colorways. We tested the White/Silver version.

Let us know in the comments if you encounter another variant of this machine.

Compared To Other Air Purifiers

The Dyson Purifier Cool TP07 is a combined air purifier and fan. This sleek-looking appliance offers an effortless user experience and a relatively compact footprint. That said, if you're after good air purification performance and don't need an air purifier to double as a cooling fan, you'll want to look elsewhere: a machine like the Levoit Vital 200S will provide vastly superior performance for much less money.

Test Results

perceptual testing image
Design
Design
Body
Height 41.4" (105.1 cm)
Width 8.7" (22.0 cm)
Depth 8.7" (22.0 cm)
Weight
10.6 lbs (4.8 kg)
Power Cord Length 73.0" (185.5 cm)
Wheels
No
Design
Display And Control
Filter Change Indicator
Yes
Air Quality Sensor Auto Mode
Yes
Remote Control
Yes
App
Yes
Display On/Off
Dimmable only
Timer Function
Yes
Number Of Fan Speeds
10

This device's central display can provide a rundown on the current air quality index, categorized within a couple of groups: PM2.5 particle concentration, PM10 particle concentration, Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) levels, and nitrogen dioxide levels. That said, unlike the Shark NeverChange Air Purifier MAX, it doesn't display smaller PM1 particle levels. The color of the indicator strip along the side of the display gives you an idea of air quality based on these particle counts.

  • Green: Good
  • Yellow: Fair
  • Orange: Poor
  • Red: Bad

This air purifier also comes with a remote control that allows you to change the air purifier's fan speed, adjust the main fan's oscillation, cycle through particle count info, or enable the device's Night Mode, which dims (but doesn't turn off) the display and sets the fan to its quietest setting. This remote is magnetized; you're meant to place it on top of the oval-shaped fan when it's not in use.

Design
Filter Configuration
Filtration Layers
2 Stage
Activated Carbon
Sheet

This air purifier has a two-stage filter system comprised of a HEPA filter for dealing with the usual assortment of bacteria, mold spores, pollen, and pet dander, along with an Activated Carbon layer for minimizing odors. Dyson also advertises the TP07 as having a sealed construction that meets the H13 standard, meaning that there won't be any particles that leak out.

The manufacturer doesn't issue any maintenance requirements for the filter system, but you will have to replace this filter once a year, assuming you'll be running the machine for 12 hours per day. You can buy a replacement here.

Performance
6.6
Performance
Particle Filtration
Air Cleaning Rate
377 m³/Hour
Average Final 0.3 µm Concentration
131 particles/L
5.9
Performance
Noise
Noise @ Lowest Fan Speed
35.7dBA
Noise @ Highest Fan Speed
52.4dBA