Also, the name “Hot + Cool” is a bit of a half-truth. While this Dyson generates hot air, its motor is unable to speed up the air passing through its fan in the same way the Air Multiplier does. So while it can deliver cool air, it won’t deliver a breeze at temperatures to make you forget about Summer. In short, it’s not as effective as a dedicated cooling appliance, so put away some pennies for one of these when November comes around.
One the matter of price, the Hot + Cool costs more than $500, making it one of the most expensive portable heaters you can buy.
While the Hot + Cool suggests two-in-one functionality, it performs best as a winter warmer. If you can cope with the designer price tag, it’s a stylish and capable portable heater.