Thursday, October 8, 2009


Dyson has gone from sucking in dirt to fanning out air, or as they like to put it, "accelerating" it. The new Dyson Air Multiplier, yet to be released, sucks air in at the base and accelerates it through the ring, distributing it at 15x the suction rate. Additionally, the output of air causes surrounding air to follow suit, magnifying the effect and creating a nice breeze. The Dyson Air Multiplier in unlike a fan because it sends air out in a steady, smooth and uninterrupted flow, whereas fans send out choppy wind. They come in two different sizes, 10" and 12", where the smaller one comes in white or blue, and the larger is only available in silver/iron. Prices range from $299.99 to $329.99 and are available on the Dyson website. Their website also features videos demonstrating the technology and the difference between a regular fan and the Dyson Air Multiplier.


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