Dyson Confirms 2022 Launch of Air-Purifying Headphones Delivering Pure Air and Pure Audio


The Dyson Zone™ is Dyson’s first wearable purifier, capturing city pollution including gas, allergens and particulate matter and cancelling unwanted noise with advanced noise cancellation and pure, high-fidelity audio.

HONG KONG SAR – Media OutReach – 30 March 2022 – Today, Jake Dyson has unveiled the Dyson Zone™ air-purifying headphones, Dyson’s first step into wearable technology. The Dyson Zone™ is a set of noise cancelling, high fidelity over-ear headphones which simultaneously deliver immersive sound to the ears, and purified airflow to the nose and mouth. The result of over a decade of air quality research and development, the Dyson Zone™ air purifying headphones simultaneously tackle the urban issues of air quality and noise pollution.

Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology is a new model for engineering education combining the academic rigour of a traditional university with hands-on and real-world experience of working on live product and technology projects inside a global technology company. Dyson’s 156 undergraduate engineers are paid a salary from day one and pay no tuition fees.

Founded in 2002, the is an international charity that empowers aspiring engineers, supports engineering in education and invests in medical research, donating over £140m to charitable causes to date. The is the Foundation’s annual international design competition and is open to current and recent design and engineering students. Since starting in 2005, the Award has supported more than 285 inventions, providing funds to support their commercialisation.

Key Facts and Figures

  • Dyson’s latest technologies for creating a healthy home, such as the Dyson V15 Detect Vacuum and Dyson Pure Cool Formaldehyde, are the result of a £130m investment, we will invest an additional £2.75bn over the next five years.
  • Dyson manufactures a product every 1.26 seconds.
  • Last year Dyson manufactured its 100 millionth digital motor. The motors are five times faster than a Formula One engine and the technology lies at the heart of our machines, powering our popular cordless vacuum cleaners, the Airblade hand dryers, the iconic Supersonic hair dryer and the Airwrap styler.
  • Dyson undertook one of the broadest studies of Air Quality during lockdown, using our backpacks in 14 cities and 1,576,658 connected purifiers in homes around the world.
  • 70% of James Dyson Award international winners are commercialising their projects, against a backdrop where 90% of start-ups fail.


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