Take the Purifier Challenge with Dyson

The Dyson Purifier Challenge is going on from June 30 to July 28. During this time, anyone who purchases a Dyson Air Purifier will receive a free filter replacement (valued at $99.99) before six months of usage.

Visit DysonCanada.com for more information.

Out of sight, out of mind rings true with air pollutants, but just because you can’t see something, it doesn’t mean it isn’t there. Air pollution can cause a number of ailments and can worsen issues with asthma.

There are many tips to improve your indoor air quality, but my favourite is using the Dyson Pure Cool Link because it shows you right on the app where you are at.

Each day we take 20,000 breaths and consumers often believe that indoor air is better than outside air but in actuality, inside air pollution can be up to five times worse.

Last year, forest fires devastated many of my fellow Albertan’s lives. Down here in Edmonton, we didn’t get as much of the smoke in the air as I thought we would, but that didn’t mean that our air quality didn’t suffer.

Thanks to our Dyson Pure Cool Link, I was able to see the air quality both inside and outside of our home from an app on my iPhone, and I was shocked.

Visually, our days were clear, but it didn’t mean that the quality was good. Having our Dyson Pure Cool Link Purifier is important as our youngest has mild asthma and it is important to know when the air she is breathing may cause a reaction.

Three different days during the Fort McMurray wild fire evacuation from our home in Edmonton. As seen from my iPhone app. The photo of the house shows both the quality inside and the quality outside of the home. The day it listed as fair in the home, I had forgotten to turn on my Dyson purifier.

For more information on the Dyson Purifier Challenge or to buy a purifier, visit DysonCanada.com.

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Sheri Landry
Sheri publishes, and writes at This Bird’s Day where she shares all of the thoughts in her head without the voices. Sticking mainly with content for Canadians, Sheri shares family stories, product information and anything that fits into her (and her family’s) daily activities.
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