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Dyson Fan Review
Dyson shocked the world when its latest innovation, named the Dyson Air Multiplier (or simply known as the Dyson Fan), made a debut in television, internet, and magazines. People scratched their heads when they first saw the unit advertised as a fan. The design is new and innovative. But even more people scratched their heads when they saw the price. It is tough to compare a few hundred dollars fan compared to our conventional fan worth less than $50. James Dyson can explain everything to you but you may not always understand what he’s talking about. So what makes the Dyson Air Multiplier expensive and special? Let’s take a closer look in this Dyson Fan review post.
Rating by Michael Aulia: 5.0 stars
Before we talk about why you should spend the money for the fan, it’s probably a good idea to talk about how it works (as most of you might not have heard or seen the Dyson’s Air Multiplier before). But let’s have a closer look on the fan first.
Dyson Fan Review – Dyson Air Multiplier Closer Look
The power, airflow control switch, and the oscillation control buttons:
It can also be tilted up and down:
Dyson Fan Review – How Dyson’s AirMultiplier (Bladeless Fan) works
Just like the conventional fans, Dyson’s bladeless fan also requires some degree of air as its input. The air is sucked through the tiny holes on the body of the fan (see picture below):
I can confirm this because when I got the Dyson fan review unit from Dyson, the holes were sealed and no air came out from the fan until I removed the seals. The air is drawn using a combination of technology used in turbochargers and jet engines to generate a powerful airflow. The air is then amplified 15 times by Dyson’s technology “behind the scene” through lots of 1.3mm tiny holes shaped like a cross section through an airplane’s wing. Anyway, check out the animated video from Dyson below to understand it clearer:
Even if you still don’t understand it, it doesn’t...
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