Mrs Hinch raves about 'amazing' Dyson fan on Instagram as UK heatwave continues

Social media influencer Mrs Hinch has revealed exactly what she is using to stay cool in the heat.

The cleaning maven praised her trusty Dyson Pure Hot + Cool purifier to her 3.5million Instagram followers.

The Essex hairdresser – real name Sophie Hinchliffe – posted this short message on her Instagram stories giving her seal of approval, “How hot is it outside. We’ve had to get our fan out from last year! This fan is expensive guys but I can honestly say it’s bloody amazing! Our whole house is cool thanks to this!”

While the multi-purpose fan isn’t cheap (it costs a pricey £549 from Dyson ), it does come with some impressive features – making it one of the best fans on the market.

The Dyson Pure Hot + Cool works as both an air cooling fan and heater as well as featuring advanced technology to purify the air in your home – ideal for hayfever sufferers.

You can also control the fan and purifier functions from your smartphone using the Dyson Link app too.

Shoppers can either purchase directly from Dyson or pick one up from Argos or Amazon, however a number of stores are already selling out of stock.

If you’re looking for some cheaper alternatives to the Dyson range, check out our roundup of the best fans to help you stay cool.

With the heatwave continuing to sweep the UK, and temperatures set to reach a record 34C this week, we are all clamouring to find ways to stay cool.

A level two heat-health alert has been issued for all of England as health officials advised the most vulnerable to protect themselves amid the “exceptionally hot  weather  forecast this week”.

Good Morning Britain star Dr Hilary Jones has also warned Brits of the consequences of abandoning coronavirus lockdown amid UK heatwave.

Hilary advised those watching and those heading out to stick to the social distancing rules.

He said: “It’s still there and if we abandon lockdown completely like some people have done, we’re gonna get a second peak, and it’s gonna hit public health, the economy, education.

He added, “The consequences are still very real, we can’t take this too lightly.”


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