Dyson Air Multiplier

Wonder have you seen the latest fan design from Dyson?

It’s so damn cool!

No blades. No buffeting.

The Dyson Air Multiplier™ fan works very differently to conventional fans. It uses Air Multiplier™ technology to draw in air and amplify it 15 times. With no blades or grille, it’s safe, easy to clean and doesn’t cause unpleasant buffeting.

Air Multiplier™ technology

Using an airfoil-shaped ramp (like a cross-section through an airplane wing), airflow is amplified 15 times. This creates a smooth, powerful airflow, with no need for fast-spinning blades.

How it works

Air is accelerated through an annular aperture and over a 16° airfoil-shaped ramp, generating an uninterrupted stream of smooth air.

Other advantages

No blades means the Dyson Air Multiplier™ fan is safe and easy to clean. It also has touch-tilt, 90° oscillation and dimmer-switch power control.

I saw it at IMM Best Denki and it came in 2 sizes. The smaller size(around diameter 25cm?) is around $399 while the bigger size(around diameter 30cm?) is around $499. If I remembered correctly.

If you need a fan but is also very particular about aesthetic beauty in your modern home, this might be your choice. The beauty of it lies with the modern, safe and easy-to-clean design. It’s cheaper than an aircon and also consumes less electricity. It’s great for people who loves natural breezes rather than chilly cool air from aircons, especially for people with sensitive noses.

However, it’s difficult to determine how strong is the power as there are aircon in shopping centers, hence making the air it produces pretty chilly and comfortable.

More info at their Canada Website(no Sg website available yet)

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