These four Dyson products make great gifts

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Give the gift of air, in one form or another.
Give the gift of air, in one form or another.

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Dyson doesn’t just make high-end vacuums anymore. The company branched into other categories a while ago. 

Started by James Dyson back in 1991, the British company has since created several household products that innovate through the use of air. Its current line includes fans, air purifiers, hair dryers, and even a hair styling device. 

Here’s a list of our favorite Dyson products that would make great holiday gifts. Each are solid contenders for the “gift that keeps on giving” award. 

This is a stylish air purifier that should fit your needs.

This is a stylish air purifier that should fit your needs.

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This device isn’t for everyone, but it’s rife with benefits that anyone can use. The Pure Cool Air Purifier is similar to the other tall oval like fans that Dyson has become known for. This one’s different, though – not only can it blow out cool air, but it can also clean the air. 

From smog to pollen, it can help take impurities out of the air to help you breathe better. If you suffer from allergies or have issues with the air quality inside your home, you might want to add it to your holiday wishlist. 

Plus, it isn’t a home appliance you need to constantly ping. It’s app connected, but after setup, you’re pretty much golden – that is, until you have to replace the filter.

This blow dryer should get hair dry in record time.

This blow dryer should get hair dry in record time.

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Sure, a regular old blow dryer gets the job done, but it’s nowhere near as cool as the Dyson Supersonic Blow Dryer. It’s a lot more expensive than a traditional dryer at $399.99, but there’s good reason for that. 

Unlike regular hair dryers that turn up the heat without much regulation, the Supersonic intelligently metes out heated air in a much safer way. It doesn’t burn your hair and works to minimize damage. It also looks really sleek, with an aluminum finish that comes in several colors.

The AirWrap looks suspiciously like a lightsaber handle.

The AirWrap looks suspiciously like a lightsaber handle.

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The most recent product from Dyson is a reinvention of the curling iron. Rather than making the user wait for it to heat up and risk injury, the AirWrap uses air to curl hair. Yes, it pushes out air to curl your hair. It may sound crazy, but it’s actually really cool. 

While we’ve had mixed results, it’s definitely a viable option for anyone with luscious locks looking for a new way to style them. It’s pricey, with a price tag close to $499. But the tech inside is as high-end as it comes, as it can blow air at 110,000 RPM.

This bagless vacuum means business.

This bagless vacuum means business.

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Of course, no Dyson gift guide is complete without an actual vacuum – it’s the category that put the company on the map, after all. The Dyson Cyclone V10 is an expensive and excellent handheld vacuum. It packs a punch with its proprietary technology. 

Like all other Dyson vacuums, it’s a bagless unit. That means no-mess clean-ups, and less costly bag purchases. Even better, thanks to different nozzle attachments, it can also work as an upright vacuum in addition to acting as a handheld. 

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