The instructions say that you can put the remote on top of the loop where it will be held by a magnet for safe keeping. Well, yes, sort of. It’s a pretty weak magnet, and if not placed just right it can easily start to slide down the loop and fall right off. That’s what it did for me.
Apart from that, the only real possible problem with the Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link is pricing. But there’s not much to which it can be directly compared, so it has a relatively free hand with pricing. If $749 doesn’t deter you, then you’ll be very pleased with the result.