Let Dyson Elegantly Keep You Cool

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Check out this incredible new fan from Dyson called the Air Multiplier.  It's unlike any fan you've ever seen — the Air Multiplier has no blades and delivers a smooth, uninterrupted flow of air without buffeting.  Dyson has three versions that will sell from $299-$329.  And according to the Architects' Journal blog, Footprint, the Air Multiplier uses 1/50th of the electricity of an air conditioning unit and can be used to keep someone comfortable.  It also has touch tilt, 90 degree oscillation, and a dimmer switch power control.  See how it works below … you'll be blown away just like these folks.

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Photo credits/renderings: Dyson.


  • http://twitter.com/Headblownov Blorch Headblownov

    Because nothing says greenwashing like buying an overpriced, energy hogging fan from a climate change denier.

  • Anonymous

    Pretty innovative, but I refuse to pay for one of his overpriced vacuums, so I doubt I will fork over for one of his overpriced fans LOL

  • http://www.urbansherp.com/ Urban Sherp

    How is it energy hogging if it claims to use 1/50th the energy of an A/C unit? I applaud them for rethinking the way we cool. Innovation and technology our what is going to help us overcome the energy crisis. One advancement at a time.

    We need to start thinking about the long term costs of our purchases. There should be a cost of use amount attached to purchase prices.ie an A/C unit that costs $150 but costs (for the sake of argument) $50 to run per month versus a $300 Air Multiplier that costs $1 per month to operate – which is the better deal? After 3 months of use the cost is about even, after 6 months you’ve spent an extra $150 on your A/C unit…..

  • http://mportlandrealestate.com/ Portland Real Estate

    Not sure that I believe this. I would have to see and feel one before getting excited about the end of AC as we know it.

    -Tyler

  • Name

    comparing a simple fan to an air conditioner is apples to oranges. fans have always been low energy, relative to an A/C, there is no compressor! probably less green than a simpler fan made from reusable / recyclable components

  • Anonymous

    pretty trippie, blew my mind

  • virus111

    I think very nice to see but i just wanna know that how much electricity does ti observes during running.
    is it better than air conditioning i actually need its comparison
    because i am very much feeling awkward from aic conditioning bad
    condtion so.

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    I think very nice to see but i just wanna know that how much electricity does ti observes during running. is it better than air conditioning i actually need its comparison because i am very much feeling awkward from aic conditioning bad condtion so.

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