That’s right the king of suave home tech “Dyson” brings us another futuristic piece of wonder, the “Air Multiplier Fan.” These fans produce an amazing amount of air while using a no blade technology. This technology is called “buffeting” and can be seen in the diagrams below. Have I had a chance to snatch this unit up? Well no I haven’t but fear not! I have indeed saw one in action at Bed Bath and Beyond while grabbing some kitchenware. (yes I can cook haha) I was walking past and saw these fans and I had to stop, they caught my attention with their futuristic look with a very large amount of cool air blowing out. I messed with it and I can’t see why this would not replace blade type fans in the future but right now the average person probably can’t afford the price tag of $299 for the lower of the five models with a variation tower version that will direct the air to a better spread. So for right now I am going to start mowing lawns and preparing for some winter snow shovel clearing so I can get some nice air flowing through out my office, unless Mr. Dyson wants to send one my way to review.
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