Dyson TP07 vs TP10

In this Dyson TP07 vs TP10 review, we will compare one of the high-end devices of the TP series with the recently released mid-level model.

Both are not only able to purify the surrounding air, but also keep you cool in the summer. Both use an almost similar design. So how do the two variations differ, and which one is the better fit for your needs?

This side-by-side comparison will help you find out.

Coverage Area

Up to 38 m² (404 ft²)

Up to 24 m² (258 ft²)

CADR (Particles)

180 m³/h

115 m³/h

CADR (Formaldehyde)

46 m³/h

40 m³/h

Working Noise

32 – 62 dB(A)

41 – 60 dB(A)

PM 2.5 Sensor




Comparison: Dyson TP07 vs TP10 – What are the Differences?

Coverage Area & Efficiency

While the TP07 is able to purify rooms with a surface area of up to 15 m² (161 ft²), the TP10 is limited to around 10 m² (103 ft²). In both instances, the recommendation is based on five air changes per hour (ACH) and a ceiling height of 2.4 m (8 ft).

If you live somewhere with only moderate air pollution and are thus content with two ACH, the maximum area covered by the two devices would increase to 38 m² (404 ft²) and 24 m² (258 ft²), respectively.

Winner: TP07

Up to 38 m² (404 ft²)

Up to 24 m² (258 ft²)

Clean Air Delivery Rate

The TP07 and TP10 are equipped with Dyson’s 360 Combi Glass HEPA + Carbon air purifier filter. This allows them to remove 99.97% of particles and allergens as small as 0.3 microns, and neutralize odours and gases including VOCs using activated carbon.

With a Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) of 180 m³/h for particles and 46 m³/h for formaldehyde, the TP07 is more efficient than the TP10 at doing so. Both models are fully sealed to HEPA H13 standard, ensuring that the captured pollutants stay inside the machine.

Winner: TP07

180 m³/h (Particles) / 46 m³/h (Formaldehyde)

115 m³/h (Particles) / 40 m³/h (Formaldehyde)

Dyson Purifier Cool TP07 Purifying Fan Video Review

Working Noise

Operating at a noise level of just 32 decibels (dB), the TP07 has a significant advantage over its competitor when set to sleep mode. The TP10, however, is slightly less noisy running at full speed, maxing out at 60 dB as opposed to 62 dB.

Both models can be switched to auto mode, in which they will automatically adjust their fan speed based on air quality. As soon as pollution levels start to decrease again after a sudden spike, their fan speed and noise level will decrease accordingly.

Winner: Draw

32 – 62 dB(A)

41 – 60 dB(A)

Sensors & Display

To gather the real-time data needed for the auto mode, the TP07 and TP10 use a particulate and a gas sensor to keep track of the amount of pollutants in the air. The TP07 is also fitted with a humidity and temperature sensor.

You can always view the current air quality using the LCD screen found on both devices. With the TP07, much more detailed information such as 24H AQI, PM 2.5, PM 10, VOCs, NO2, SO2 statistics are available through the Dyson Link app (see below).

Winner: TP07

4 sensors / LCD

2 sensors / LCD

How to use your Dyson Purifier Cool Gen1 TP10 purifying fan

Connectivity & Compatibility

You can monitor and control the TP07 remotely using a Wi-Fi connection and the Dyson Link app on your smartphone. If you have your hands full, for example while cooking, you can even interact with it using your voice.

It is compatible with Amazon Alexa, Apple Siri, and Google Assistant, and can thus seemingly be integrated with your smart home. The TP10, on the other hand, does not have such capabilities, meaning you have to do with the included remote.

Winner: TP07

Yes / Amazon Alexa, Apple Siri, Google Home


Weight & Dimensions

In the final round of this Dyson TP07 vs TP10 comparison, we will have a quick look at the weight and dimensions of the two devices. Although the difference is minimal, the TP07 is technically speaking both the more lightweight and smaller model of the two.

Winner: TP07

4.65 kg, 220 x 220 x 1050 mm

4.73 kg, 248 x 248 x 1050 mm


Conclusion: Dyson TP07 vs TP10 – Which is the Better Air Purifier?

The Dyson Purifier Cool TP07 has a larger coverage area, comes with a higher CADR, and operates at a significantly lower noise level in sleep mode. On top of that, it can be seemingly integrated with your smart home.

If you have no plans to monitor and control your air purifier remotely and have a relatively small room to purify, the Dyson Purifier Cool Gen1 TP10 might be an option. It can both purify and cool, supports auto mode, and is available at a lower price.

Find out how the flagship model of the TP series and successor to the TP07 performs against the TP10 in our comparison Dyson TP09 vs TP10.


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