Blueair vs. Dyson Comparison

There is a lot to consider when it comes to air purifiers. Modern purifiers are so loaded with technological features that it can be hard to determine which features are necessary and which are superfluous. In the end, it will ultimately come down to what you prefer and what you value in an air purifier. 

In order to lend a helping han, we have reviewed a few different models from some of the most renowned air purifier manufacturers in the world, Dyson and BlueAir. Specifically, we focus on the Blue Pure 211 and the Blueair 650 vs the Dyson Pure Cool and the Dyson Pure Hot + Cool.

Blueair vs Dyson Comparison Ratings




Dyson vs. Blueair Reviews

The Dyson Pure Hot + Cool looks sleek and modern, with a grey and white cylindrical aesthetic design. The air purifier is 8.7 x 6.06 x 24.88 inches in size and 8.6 pounds. It is recognized as the best air purifier with a heater on the market and a great investment for improving the comfort of your home. 

 This 3-in-1 machine provides a heater, cooler, and air purifier all within one device. With two carbon filters and a HEPA filter, the Dyson Pure captures viruses, dust, allergens, mold, bacteria, smoke, and odors. Rated to capture pollutants as small as .3 microns with a 99.97% efficiency, your air will feel noticeably cleaner in a short time.

The fan oscillates 350 degrees, giving an even distribution to the purified air. Most combo units are weak in one aspect, usually the heater, but reviews of the Dyson Pure show that the warm air can be felt strongly from as far as eight feet away. 

The Dyson Pure has WIFI capabilities, so you will be able to monitor the air quality of your home, as well as change the functions, from your smartphone. With three built-in air quality sensors, you can view the real-time data of your indoor and outdoor air quality. You can also get readings on the temperature, humidity, and filter life.

It’s important to consider that some customers have had issues with this air purifier’s noise level. At high fan speeds, the air purifier can make a rattling noise that is caused by a loose oscillations screw. This screw can be tightened with a screwdriver to eliminate the noise. 


  • Two carbon filters and a HEPA filter
  • Powerful heater
  • Cooling fan
  • 350-degree Oscillation
  • WIFI enabled and smartphone functionality


  • Can be noisy at high fan settings
  • Remote has a weak sensor, so you must be close to the machine

Trial Results

As a popular household name brand, we were excited to try out this new Dyson model and were not disappointed. The fan oscillates 350 degrees and that the air was pushed out the front and the back, which makes for green room distribution. Running at the lower settings, the fan is quiet, which made it great for overnight use. The heater function was strong, with the warm air felt from eight feet away. We found that the ability to monitor the air from our smartphones and control the unit even when we weren’t in the same room was very useful. 

This is easily the coolest looking air purifier we’ve ever come across. It has a modern design and also functions as a tower fan! 

This purifier uses a standard HEPA filter that is rated to trap particles down to 0.3 microns in size, with a 99.97% efficiency. It also features a filter with activated carbon granules to draw odors out of the air. The HEPA filter can last for 12 months of daily, 12-hour usage, which is longer than most of the air purifiers that we have reviewed. 

The Pure Cool TP01 oscillates 70 degrees to deliver cool and purified air to every part of the room and is rated to quickly clean the air of large rooms. While it does not cool down the air like the Dyson Pure Hot + Cool, it does more than just a tower fan would, as it also cleans the air. 

If you are looking for a new fan for your home, this would be the best choice. You have all the perks of a typical tower fan, with a high-level filtration system attached.

Not only is the air purifier only 7.7 x 7.7 x 40.1 inches and 7.9 pounds. but it also has a sleek grey and white design with a cylindrical 360-degree filter mesh that looks great in most rooms.


  • Operates as a tower fan
  • Looks really cool
  • Glass sealed HEPA filter
  • Quiet
  • Has a remote control


  • Expensive
  • Does not oscillate past 70 degrees

Trial Results

Dyson is a brand that is recognized for its quality products and forward-thinking technology. Incorporating the HEPA filter into a tower fan brought the air purifier and fan world together in one beautiful design. The Pure Cool TP01 works great in small and large rooms and we moved it around the house as needed. In the living room, it was hardly noticeable, except for the cool breeze it provided. In the bedrooms, we were able to use it while sleeping at night, which was a plus. Knowing that it isn’t just pushing around the air but also filtering it made the price tag easier to stomach. 

Although the design on the BlueAir Classic 650 is not as up-to-par as the other models on our list, looking more like an old computer tower than anything else, it does a great job at filtration.

It features an activated coconut carbon filter that naturally eliminates odors and gaseous pollutants in the air. Great for those with seasonal allergies, asthma, and hay fever, the HEPASilent technology within this device creates an electrostatic charge that attaches to contaminants and filters them out. 

With a certified clean air delivery rate of 500 cubit feet per minute, what that means is that it goes through all the air in your room 5 times per hour. This provides maximum relief from airborne particles and will have you breathing easy in no time.

The BlueAir Classic 650 is WIFI capable, so you can control it via your smartphone and the mobile app. From there, you will see indoor air-quality reports in real time. You will also be able to use your phone as a remote control and access the functions from anywhere in your home. With auto-mode on, the device will adjust itself automatically depending on the level of pollutants it detects in the air, making it a very -hands-free device. 

This air purifier works great in large rooms, upwards of 800 square feet, making it perfect for studio apartments and any room in the house. 

At 26 x 20 x 13 in and 35 pounds, this air purifier is a lug to move around. Before making an investment, it’s important to consider the fact that this air purifier is difficult to move from one room to another. 


  • Smart air quality sensor
  • Good at eliminating odors
  • Natural carbon filter
  • Perfect for cleaning the air of wildfire pollution
  • Very quiet
  • Great customer service


  • Expensive
  • Upward facing fan
  • Light leaks so not great for overnight use in a bedroom
  • Heavy – 35 lbs.
  • Not aesthetic 

Trial Results

The BlueAir Classic 650 noticeable improved the circulation of the air in our bedroom, cut back on dust, and has helped to reduce odors that come from cooking. At night the sound of the fan resembled white noise and made it easy to sleep, despite the small bit of light that came from the device. Because the air is sucked through the machine on the side, you have to make sure that there is enough space around it to accommodate that. 

The Blue Pure 211+ is very quiet and does not draw a lot of power, it has a very streamlined design, and comes in a variety of colors. At 13 x 13 x 20.4 inches in size and 13 pounds, this particular model is rated to purify the air in rooms of up to 540 square feet and features a washable outer mesh pre-filter for trapping larger debris. It’s also very popular for those who live in areas with wildfire smoke.

With its one-button control, you simply tap the white circle on the front and it turns on. Each subsequent tap raises the fan level from low to medium to high, making the controls intuitive and easy. When it is time to change the filter, the ring around the light changes color to let you know. The filters within are collapsable, which makes them easy to store. 

At high the sound is loud, but not loud enough to be obnoxious, at a reasonable 51dB. Running at low it is hardly noticeable and is our quietest air filter on this list.

 With its outer pre-filter that comes in a variety of colors, you can dress this filter up to fit your aesthetic. Easily removable, simply wash it, let it dry, and put it back on. Within the Blue Air 211+ is a collapsable filter that uses electrostatic filtration to remove up to 99.97% of airborne particles, with a layer of activated carbon to filter out household odors.

Very popular in areas with wildfires, the Blue Air 211+ filters out the contaminants from smoke, pets, cooking, and harmful VOCs. 


  • Up to 5 air exchanges per hour
  • Runs at 31 decibels on its lowest setting
  • Eliminates most pollutants that cause sinus irritation
  • Different colored pre-filters
  • One of Wirecutters top-air purifier picks


  • Filter replacements are expensive
  • Not WIFI capable
  • Filters are difficult to change

Trial Results

Having used the Blue Air 211+ during wildfire season, there was a direct and noticeable difference an hour after turning this on. We went from sore throats, sneezing, and itchy eyes, to normal life, very quickly. Running this 24 hours a day at the lowest setting, you soon forget it’s even there. When run at higher settings, mostly when the cats use the litter box or we are cooking up a storm, the air is cleared quickly and the volume isn’t so loud that you can’t have a conversation.
For the price, this is an amazing air purifier. It looks sleek and modern, especially with the different colors that the pre-filter comes in. Customer service is spot on and quickly returns any inquiries, as we wanted to know if it filtered wildfire smoke (it does). This is a great purchase for the home and a good middle-ground between the two other air purifiers on our list. 

Blueair vs. Dyson Company Overview


The Blueair Company originates in Sweden. They were founded over 2 decades ago and have invested heavily in technological purification advancements. While they do not own the lion’s share of the air purifier market, they are quickly becoming a popular alternative here in the States. Much of the purifier models in the Blueair family of products reflect the company’s emphasis on sustainability and energy efficiency. Many of their products are designed to draw low amounts of power. Blueair also seems interested in creating purifiers that are aesthetically pleasing as many of their models’ outer filters can be switched and replaced with different color ones.


You are most likely familiar with the Dyson brand. They have been around for many decades and they make a wide range of products for home and business. But perhaps the products Dyson is most known for are their vacuum cleaners. In recent years, they have branched out to air quality products like purifiers. While they are relatively new to the air purifier scene, they are known as a company that makes quality products of all kinds.

Final Words

Blueair and Dyson are both companies that are making a splash in the purifier market but for different reasons. Blueair offers modern convenience with purifiers that can be linked to and controlled by your phone. On the other hand Dyson offers sleek design and multi-function air purifiers.

So if convenience is more a priority for you, you would do well with a Blueair. But if you want an air purifier that will help control the temperature of your living spaces as well, you should check out the Dyson purifiers.

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