The Dyson Pure Cool Link purifying tower fan is on everyone’s wish list — and it's $120 off for a limited time

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Dyson is known for producing some of the most visually stunning and well-engineered tech ever. From hair tools to vacuum cleaners, the brand puts a lot of effort and integrity into its products. One of the most popular items in its roster, however, is the two-in-one Dyson Pure Cool Link purifying tower fan.

The best-selling fan and air purifier hybrid is on just about everyone's wish list, and right now, it's on sale for $399.99 — that's $120 off its original retail price!

Dyson Pure Cool Link TP02 Purifying Fan (Nickel), $399.99 (Orig. $519.99)

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The Dyson Pure Cool Link purifying fan is a No. 1 customer favorite. Its unique and minimalist bladeless design makes it super easy to use and clean, and its two-in-one functionality eliminates the need for both a tower fan and an air purifier.

The device cools you down with a powerful stream of purified air that reaches across the entire room with ease.

What's most impressive about this best seller is the way it captures gases and pollutants in the air without even making a sound. Its 360-degree filtration system combines activated carbon to remove odors and gases with HEPA to capture 99.97% of the tiniest particles that the naked eye can't see. These particles include everything from pollen and bacteria to pet dander.

Also, Dyson purifiers are the only devices with Air Multiplier technology, which draws out distant pollutants and pulls them into the machine. This allows it to purify an entire room in seconds while emitting cool, clean air.

Shoppers also love its adjustable 70-degree oscillation, the included curved and magnetized remote control and the seamless and easy-to-change filter. Also, it connects to the Dyson Link app, which lets you control and monitor your air quality straight from your phone.

The Dyson Pure Cool Link also comes with some impressive certifications. It was awarded the PTPA (Parent Tested Parent Approved) seal of approval and also received the thumbs up from the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.

It's no secret that shoppers love and swear by this best-selling device. One five-star reviewer said it's so good that she's now "almost allergy-free" after using it.

"I have many environmental allergies that are greatly reduced since using the Dyson [TP02]," the shopper wrote. "I absolutely love it."

Another shopper with "asthma triggered by allergies" said it made a "big difference in [the] indoor air quality" in her office.

"I've had one for three years and absolutely love it," the reviewer wrote. "I have it on at work in an old building with ventilation issues and windows that do not open. I leave it on all week and turn it off for the weekend. Monday mornings, one can definitely tell the difference in the air."

Get the Nickel Dyson Pure Cool Link Purifying Fan right now for $120 off, exclusively on This deal isn't expected to last long, so shop now while supplies last.

If you enjoyed this story, check out this $90 tower fan that shoppers say ‘cools better’ and is quieter than the Dyson Cool.

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