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I'm with you on what you're saying effectively about the Dyson with the air purifier recommendation.

Wasn't even really reading this thread because I was in the market for the Dyson but now I'm curious about the brand, Coway, and
I've bookmarked it into looking the brand more later but first glances searches give high praise supporting your recommendation.

However, you lost me on $15 fan part. Now, a year ago, before I accepted a semi expensive fan in my life, I would have been all "amens" and "preach it " because even and especially having grown up in the extreme type of climate that a couple $15 box fans going in addition to , if you were wealthy enough at the time, to AC units going full blast were about the only way a dent could be made in the soul draining heat from mid Spring through Summer even to mid to late Fall.

As opposed to most people, I hear the "din" of a box fan not as just noise but feelings of nostalgia and the excitement that came with summer, despite the heat.

However, it took a $50 Vornado (Costco special which was still high to me even with it being down from the $150 MSRP , given the size, thinking it wouldn't be "enough") to change things for me.
It was a rock solid little fan but what sold me on the brand was it being extremely effective at circulating air, making certain rooms that were terrible regardless of the HVAC setting, having just added a full smart thermostat install with a bevy of sensors that came with all kinds of promises that were not fulfilled, which altogether have been running non stop, 24/7 ever since not just with the added comfort of getting temperatures on the money, but noticeable savings in the electric bill.

Now certainly the case could be made that box fans, with a little extra finagling could reach similar circulation abilities... But still couldn't be ran 24/7 on any surface that's convenient like the Vornado as it runs without the inescapable rattle that comes with so many cheaper fans that have a supernatural, borderline sentient ability to always to eventually find the perfect harmonics to rattle whatever surface or loose item on that surface within an hour of adjusting.

I don't work for them, don't get a dime. Just giving a good turn for the good turn that you gave me with your recommendation Smilie Thanks again
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You want an air purifier, get a Coway AP-1512HH. You want a fan get a $15 fan.
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Non-wifi version.
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Good deal . $24 back in rakuten points
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I have never bought from Rakuten before so I don't know but does this affect the warranty in any way? Buying it refurbished from somewhere other than Dyson or their eBay store?
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So...this one of the one from costco? o.o
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I have never bought from Rakuten before so I don't know but does this affect the warranty in any way? Buying it refurbished from somewhere other than Dyson or their eBay store?
I think the warranty is still effective, I never bought Dyson product from Rakuten before, but I have a refurbished Dyson V7 from Newegg. Called Dyson and confirmed the warranty is effective
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Not wifi as mentioned. That alone is worth 40 more. As replacement remotes cost that much.
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Not wifi as mentioned. That alone is worth 40 more. As replacement remotes cost that much.
Is there a wifi version for $199? I'd be interested in that one.
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I think the warranty is still effective, I never bought Dyson product from Rakuten before, but I have a refurbished Dyson V7 from Newegg. Called Dyson and confirmed the warranty is effective
And when they say refurb, do you know if it was a defective unit that was fixed or is it more along the lines of Apple's refurb, where users say the exterior is completely replaced and looks new?

I ask because the reviews on Rakuten of The Dyson account mention getting bum batteries and/or dirty vacuums.
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Got the AM08 instead
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You want an air purifier, get a Coway AP-1512HH. You want a fan get a $15 fan.
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You want an air purifier, get a Coway AP-1512HH. You want a fan get a $15 fan.
I'm with you on what you're saying effectively about the Dyson with the air purifier recommendation.

Wasn't even really reading this thread because I was in the market for the Dyson but now I'm curious about the brand, Coway, and
I've bookmarked it into looking the brand more later but first glances searches give high praise supporting your recommendation.

However, you lost me on $15 fan part. Now, a year ago, before I accepted a semi expensive fan in my life, I would have been all "amens" and "preach it " because even and especially having grown up in the extreme type of climate that a couple $15 box fans going in addition to , if you were wealthy enough at the time, to AC units going full blast were about the only way a dent could be made in the soul draining heat from mid Spring through Summer even to mid to late Fall.

As opposed to most people, I hear the "din" of a box fan not as just noise but feelings of nostalgia and the excitement that came with summer, despite the heat.

However, it took a $50 Vornado (Costco special which was still high to me even with it being down from the $150 MSRP , given the size, thinking it wouldn't be "enough") to change things for me.
It was a rock solid little fan but what sold me on the brand was it being extremely effective at circulating air, making certain rooms that were terrible regardless of the HVAC setting, having just added a full smart thermostat install with a bevy of sensors that came with all kinds of promises that were not fulfilled, which altogether have been running non stop, 24/7 ever since not just with the added comfort of getting temperatures on the money, but noticeable savings in the electric bill.

Now certainly the case could be made that box fans, with a little extra finagling could reach similar circulation abilities... But still couldn't be ran 24/7 on any surface that's convenient like the Vornado as it runs without the inescapable rattle that comes with so many cheaper fans that have a supernatural, borderline sentient ability to always to eventually find the perfect harmonics to rattle whatever surface or loose item on that surface within an hour of adjusting.

I don't work for them, don't get a dime. Just giving a good turn for the good turn that you gave me with your recommendation Smilie Thanks again
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I'm with you on what you're saying effectively about the Dyson with the air purifier recommendation.

Wasn't even really reading this thread because I was in the market for the Dyson but now I'm curious about the brand, Coway, and
I've bookmarked it into looking the brand more later but first glances searches give high praise supporting your recommendation.

However, you lost me on $15 fan part. Now, a year ago, before I accepted a semi expensive fan in my life, I would have been all "amens" and "preach it " because even and especially having grown up in the extreme type of climate that a couple $15 box fans going in addition to , if you were wealthy enough at the time, to AC units going full blast were about the only way a dent could be made in the soul draining heat from mid Spring through Summer even to mid to late Fall.

As opposed to most people, I hear the "din" of a box fan not as just noise but feelings of nostalgia and the excitement that came with summer, despite the heat.

However, it took a $50 Vornado (Costco special which was still high to me even with it being down from the $150 MSRP , given the size, thinking it wouldn't be "enough") to change things for me.
It was a rock solid little fan but what sold me on the brand was it being extremely effective at circulating air, making certain rooms that were terrible regardless of the HVAC setting, having just added a full smart thermostat install with a bevy of sensors that came with all kinds of promises that were not fulfilled, which altogether have been running non stop, 24/7 ever since not just with the added comfort of getting temperatures on the money, but noticeable savings in the electric bill.

Now certainly the case could be made that box fans, with a little extra finagling could reach similar circulation abilities... But still couldn't be ran 24/7 on any surface that's convenient like the Vornado as it runs without the inescapable rattle that comes with so many cheaper fans that have a supernatural, borderline sentient ability to always to eventually find the perfect harmonics to rattle whatever surface or loose item on that surface within an hour of adjusting.

I don't work for them, don't get a dime. Just giving a good turn for the good turn that you gave me with your recommendation Smilie Thanks again
I have a $99 vornado. It's nice. My point with the $15 fan is that it would probably perform about the same as this. Trying to funnel air through a HEPA filter and through the ridiculous dyson "fin" things is not going to give you good flow.

I do recommend the Coway, I liked the first one enough to buy a second. And I actually have particle detector that shows really low numbers in the room I run it in.
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