Dyson TP4A vs TP07

In this Dyson TP4A vs TP07 review, we will compare two popular air purifiers from the Singapore-based brand of household appliances.

The TP4A is a newer and less expensive version of the TP04. The TP07, on the other hand, has been around a bit longer, but is more advanced nonetheless. Both the TP4A and TP07 can be used as air purifier and fan at the same time. So which one is the best fit for your needs?

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

Coverage Area

Up to 27 m² (290 ft²)

Up to 74 m² (800 ft²)

CADR (Particles)

164 m³/h

180 m³/h

CADR (Formaldehyde)

56 m³/h

46 m³/h

Working Noise

42 – 60 dB

32 – 62 dB

PM 2.5 Sensor




Comparison: Dyson TP4A vs TP07 – What are the Differences?

Coverage Area & Efficiency

Dyson recommends the TP4A for rooms with a surface area of up to 27 m² (290 ft²), while the TP07 is suitable for up to 74 m² (800 ft²). Both devices could be used in even larger rooms, but the amount of air changes per hour (ACH) would decrease accordingly.

To circulate purified and cool air throughout the room as evenly as possible, the TP4A and TP07 combine Dyson’s Air Multiplier technology with oscillation. Depending on the layout of your room, you may choose between 45, 90, 180, and 350 degrees of oscillation.

Winner: TP07

Up to 27 m² (290 ft²)

Up to 74 m² (800 ft²)

Clean Air Delivery Rate

The TP4A and TP07 remove up to 99.97% of allergens and pollutants as small as 0.3 μm, earning them a certification from the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America for being asthma and allergy-friendly.

Their filters are also equipped with a layer of activated carbon, helping them remove odours and gases including VOCs. The TP07 comes with the higher Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) for particles, while the TP4A has the advantage in terms of formaldehyde.

Winner: Draw

164 m³/h (Particles), 56 m³/h (Formaldehyde)

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

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Working Noise

Running at full speed, the TP4A and TP07 operate at a noise level of around 60 decibels (dB), with the TP4A having a slight edge. When set to sleep mode, however, the TP07 purifies and cools the air at just 32 dB compared to 42 dB for its competitor.

Both models can be set to automatic mode, in which they will run only as fast and therefore as loud as needed to maintain a healthy air quality. Once pollution levels drop back to normal after a sudden spike, the TP4A’s and TP07’s speed and noise level will decrease accordingly.

Winner: Draw

42 – 60 dB(A)

32 – 62 dB(A)

Sensors & Display

Intelligent sensors provide the TP4A and TP07 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. With the TP07, you can also view this information remotely using your smartphone (see below).

Winner: Draw

Yes / LCD

Yes / LCD

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Connectivity & Compatibility

Aside from changing settings on the device itself, there are three ways to interact with the TP07. First, there is the remote which allows you to turn the purifier on and off, change oscillation, speed levels, set a timer, and activate auto or night mode.

You can also monitor and control the purifier remotely using a Wi-Fi connection, your smartphone, and the Dyson Link app. Lastly, the TP07 also works with Amazon Alexa, Apple Siri, and Google Home. The TP4A, on the other hand, does not come with Wi-Fi capabilities.

Winner: TP07


Yes / Amazon Alexa, Apple Siri, Google Home

Weight & Dimensions

In the final round of this Dyson TP4A vs TP07 comparison, we will have a quick look at the weight and dimensions of the two devices. While the size difference is negligible, the TP07 does surprisingly have a slightly lower weight of 4.65 kg (10.25 lbs).

Winner: TP07

223 x 223 x 1054 mm, 4.98 kg

220 x 220 x 1050 mm, 4.65 kg


Conclusion: Dyson TP4A vs TP07 – Which is the Better Air Purifier?

If you have a relatively small room to purify and don’t mind the missing connectivity features, opt for the Dyson Pure Cool TP4A. It can almost keep up with its competitor when it comes to removing particles, and is even slightly more effective at combating formaldehyde.

For larger rooms, however, the Dyson Purifier Cool TP07 is the better choice. Thanks to its Wi-Fi capabilities, it can be integrated with your smart home and controlled remotely. It also operates at a significantly lower noise level on the lower end, making it great for light sleepers.


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