In this Dyson TP00 vs TP7A review, we will compare two popular air purifiers from the Singapore-based brand for household appliances.
Both models can be used as an air purifier and cooling fan at the same time. Both are certified asthma and allergy friendly. So should you go for the reasonably priced, entry-level Dyson Pure Cool TP00, or pick the recently released Dyson Purifier Cool Autoreact TP7A?
This side-by-side comparison will help you find out.
Up to 30 m²
Up to 43 m²
Up to 62 dB
Up to 62 dB
PM 2.5 Sensor
Comparison: Dyson TP00 vs TP7A – What are the Differences?
Coverage Area & Efficiency
Dyson recommends the TP00 for rooms with a surface area of up to 30 m² (320 ft²), while the TP7A has a coverage area of up to 43 m² (460 ft²). Both purifiers could be used in even bigger rooms, however, the amount of air changes per hour (ACH) would decrease accordingly.
The TP00 and TP7A combine Dyson’s Air Multiplier technology with oscillation to project purified air evenly across the room. With the TP00, you are limited to 70 degrees oscillation. With the TP7A, you can choose between 45, 90, 180, and 350 degrees.
Up to 30 m²
Up to 43 m²
Clean Air Delivery Rate
A 360° Glass HEPA filter allows the TP00 to capture 99.95% of ultrafine particles as small as 0.1 μm such as pollen, bacteria, and pet dander. On top of the HEPA filter, the TP7A also comes with a layer of activated carbon that helps it combat odors and gases, including VOCs.
The TP7A purifies air at a rate of 180 m³/h, giving it an almost 50% higher Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) than the entry-level TP00. Nevertheless, both devices are certified for being asthma and allergy-friendly by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.
125 m³/h (Particles), 35 m³/h (Formaldehyde)
180 m³/h (Particles), 46 m³/h (Formaldehyde)
Running at full speed, the TP00 operates at around 62 decibels (dB). Technically speaking, this makes it louder than the TP7A. But in reality, you most probably won’t be able to notice a difference without using a specialized tool.
Unlike the TP00, the TP7A can be set to automatic mode, in which it will only run as fast and therefore as loud as needed. As soon as pollution levels in the room start to decline after a spike, the fan speed will decrease accordingly.
Up to 62 dB(A)
Up to 60 dB(A)
Sensors & Display
Intelligent sensors provide the TP7A with the current temperature, humidity, and pollution levels inside the room. Changes are detected almost in real-time and can be used as input for the automatic mode (see above).
The current Air Quality Index (AQI) and details about PM 2.5, PM 10, VOCs, NO2, SO2, temperature, humidity, and filter life can be viewed on a built-in LCD screen. Meanwhile, the TP00 only displays the current fan speed on a LED screen.
No / LED Screen
Yes / LCD
Connectivity & Compatibility
Neither the TP00, nor the TP7A can be connected to your smartphone or smart home assistant via Wi-Fi. Instead, you will have to make all changes either on the device itself or by using the included remote control.
Weight & Dimensions
In the final round of this Dyson TP00 vs TP7A comparison, we will have a quick look at the weight and dimensions of the two air purifiers. At just 3.7 kg (8.2 lbs) and taking up less space than a A4 paper, the TP00 is both the lighter and smaller device of the two.
196 x 196 x 1018 mm, 3.7 kg
220 x 220 x 1050 mm, 4.65 kg
Conclusion: Dyson TP00 vs TP7A – Which is the Better Air Purifier?
Unsurprisingly, the entry-level Dyson Pure Cool TP00 did come in second in this match up. It may be an option if you have a small room, are looking for an air purifier that can act as a fan at the same time, and value a relatively low price over more advanced features.
For everyone else, the Dyson Purifier Cool Autoreact TP7A is the better choice. It is suitable for larger rooms, comes with a higher CADR, and is slightly quieter at the same time. Lastly, the automatic mode allows it to react to changes in air quality all on its own.
Find out how the TP00’s successor fares against the TP7A in our comparison Dyson TP01 vs TP7A.