Baby Chickens = Allergy issues for some

Well “Spring has Sprung” and for allergy sufferers it can be a tough time of year with so much pollen in the air.  You may not be able to control this outdoors but there are solutions available to make the air around your home ‘cleaner’.

Just in time for this season of misery for many allergy sufferers, Dyson has released the new Dyson Pure Cool purifying fans in Australia tackle the issue of indoor air pollution and purify every corner of the room.

A new survey from Dyson revealed that while 66% of respondents (or someone in their home) suffer from an airborne allergy or hayfever, yet 58% don’t think about how clean the air is in their homes (or do anything to clean it).

Now as cute as they are, baby chicks are well known for creating very fine dust which can cause allergic reactions.  Using the Dyson Pure Hot+Cool link purifier heater

product I wanted to firstly test the quality of the air and see if it could be improved in the same room as the chickens.    The great news is that it seems to be working quite well and when left in auto mode the Dyson purifier works harder when it detects that the air quality is dropping as a result of more fine particles in the air.

Chances are you won’t be heating your home much moving through the rest of the year so check out the new Dyson Pure Cool Air purifiers HERE.
Last year, following the release of Dyson’s new Air Purifier Heater product I spoke with Dominic Mason, Head of Category for Environmental Control at Dyson in Singapore.   Here we discuss the problems with the air around our homes and what solution the new Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link™ purifier heater offers.  Listen below.

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