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[Afterpay] Dyson Pure Hot + Cool Purifier Fan Heater HP04 $589.90 Shipped @ Dyson eBay

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Great for the cold Sydney weather right now.
HP04 is on clearance now as HP07 got released, but virtually the same machine.

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  • +3 votes

    Just bought one in the last deal recently, this is cheaper.
    ah well. Was an ebay deal which made it about $630 or so, and shipped out yesterday.
    Still, nice deal. I have a hard time understanding peoples complaints about the heater function of it, no different to climate control on a car, once you hit the desired temp, it will regulate the room temp, hot or cold air to keep it to that.

    anyways, decent deal ! :D (but I might be biased, wanted one for years and finally.. got one.

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      Doesn't heat very well ?

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        Yes. Even though it is small it does warm a room up nicely. I usually have to turn it down after 15mins.

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        Depending on room size and how well the room is insulated, it may or may not be sufficient.
        For me it has been fine for any of my bedrooms, but not enough for my large living room or kitchen.

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      Same, got it from last deal about $630, wouldn’t imagine it can be cheaper than this price so soon.

      After 2-3 weeks experience, I feel it is truely noisy and no heat very well.

      You could find any single heater, cooler, air purified machine that is better than this, but it’s hard to find a combine one better than this, which is the reason I might keep it.

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    does it actually cool anything? isn't it just a fan?

    • +1 vote

      It's a bladeless fan (not AC), very easy to clean if there is dust and provides nice focused air flow while also purifying air via glass HEPA filter.

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      Yea the marketing is weird on this one, it doesn't cool the air at all, its just a fancy purifying fan for that use.

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        @Yabasugiru

        "… it doesn't cool the air at all,"

        I call Bulldust on that statement.

        Living in a hot and humid climate, my has operated within expectations for 4 years. It provides me with both gentle cooling and heating while purifying the air at the same time.

        My only complaint is the $99.00 cost of the replacement filter asked by Dyson. An identical cloned filter can be bought on Amazon for circa $30.00. Yes, I checked the materials used in the build of these filters.

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    After years of wanting one, I finally bought a Dyson product and it was fantastic for a year.

    The moment the warranty was out, it poo’d itself and Dyson didn’t want to know anything about it.

    Maybe I was one of the few unlucky ones, but I’d never touch the brand again.

    I wouldn’t have minded if it was only a few hundred

    • +3 votes

      I've had a few issues with my many Dyson products and must admit they play hardball on warranty which is stupid because as a premium-priced brand every consumer has a reasonable expectation that any item will last longer than a year. Threatening them with fair trading action (if it went to hearing they know they would lose) and they roll over and provide support.

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        Yeah I was going to say. ACL would probably cover you for like 3 years at this price

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        It’s a shame, because when they are working, they are amazing!

    • +3 votes

      I had the opposite experience, mine broke and they replaced it with the newer model no questions asked. It was out of warranty by a few weeks at the time too.

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        Wish I had your luck!

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      I can only speak for my own experience but between my family and my brother's, we have owned upward of 10 Dyson products and they have worked well and reliably for us for multiple years now.

  • +1 vote

    HP04 is on clearance now as HP07 got released

    From what I can tell, it seems that HP07 now meets HEPA H13 standards (whatever the (profanity) that is lol).

    HP09 also seems to be out and it also filters formaldehyde.

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