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Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

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Bladeless Fans Are Here!

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WOW!!! Not only has Dyson broken the mold, but they blew up the factory. The new Dyson Fan called the Air Multiplier™ is simply amazing. At first glance it looks to be a piece of modern art or some brick a brack in a minimalist house, then you discover it is a FAN!!!! How it works is quite ingenious. Do you remember back in school when they taught you how plans fly and air foils? Think back to that. Air traveling over the wing has to move faster to catch up with the air under the wing and thus creating a vacuum. On this fan that principal is used to multiply the amount of air pulled in to generate a smooth consistent stream of air, which is in contrast to bladed fans that give you choppy blasts of air and can possibly take off your finger. It took them some four years to perfect the design with lasers and other fancy technology to measure airflow. Their design has changed the past 125 years of thinking about how fans will look and work.

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The obvious next step is a ceiling fan. Where possibly they have the two of bases on either side and attach to the ceiling. The bases would look like nodes in plan and legs in elevation, and could be lit with LEDs. Amazing I know and Dyson this ideal could be yours for a small price? Speaking of price. Watch out for sticker shock! The Dyson Air Multiplier™ cost range from $299.99 for a 10″ fan to $329.99 for a 12″ fan. Pretty pricey buy if you have a client or the money this fan could be the right fit.

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Source: http://www.dyson.com/fans/