It is no secret that you can cobbled up a homemade Dyson-inspired bladeless fan using nothing but common parts you can find lying a home, albeit it being a rather crude contraption. However, if you have a 3D printer, South African Thingiverse user, Daniel Mitchell, will show you how to make a bladeless fan the high-tech way. Mind you though. Mitchell’s bladeless fan is no Dyson copies; it sports a unique triangular shape the British electrical giant never adopt. Continue reading Do You Know You Can 3D Print A Triangular Bladeless Fan? Yes You Can!
Dyson Bladeless fan is probably one of the best inventions to have surfaced in the 21st century. Why? Cos’ it provides consistent, smooth voluminous airflow and above all, it is super safe as there are no exposed spinning blades to threaten anyone’s fingers or hair. With Dyson bladeless fan, form and functionality goes hand-in-hand, offering a sense of sophistication and it is, of course, aesthetically eye-pleasing which matters to a sucker like me. There’s one major caveat though; it is pretty damn expensive and so, if your wallet is tight, bladeless fan is not going to be part of your life. But not all hope is lost cos’ YouTuber Rulof Maker has deciphered the inner workings of a bladeless fan and he will teach you how to cobble up one for yourself using common parts. Continue reading Guy Teaches You How To DIY A Dyson Bladeless Fan Using Common Parts
Again, Dyson proves that it favors Japan as the market of choice to launch their new heavily invested products. The latest to be unveiled at the Land of the Rising Sun is Dyson’s first humidifier. Being a Dyson, you can be assured that this humidifier, aptly called Dyson Humidifier, is not your average humidifier. Unlike some humidifier, Dyson’s iteration promised to kill 99.9% of waterborne bacteria and it does so by using UV light to cleanse the water in a three-minute process before the water are projected out as mist. speaking of projecting, Dyson leverages on the company’s expertise in air multiplier technology and using this technology to push the cleansed humidified air evenly throughout a 16 square meter room. Continue reading Dyson Humidifier Kills 99.9% Waterborne Bacteria with UV Light
(credit: Dyson) Dyson Hot Fan Heater | £269.99 | www.dyson.co.uk
at the first look, you might thought this is just another model of Dyson Air Multiplier fan but it is not. well, actually it is but with the added functionality of heating. yes, this sleek little fan can heat up your room, evenly in no time with a user settable temperature of between 1 to 37 degrees celsius and that’s not all. once the desired temperature is reached, the heater stops and the built-in thermostat or sort constantly monitors the room, turning the heater back on once it detects a drop in temperature. if you have used heater with the heating elements exposed before, then the smell of something burning should be a familiar scent to you but not with the Hot since its heating mechanism is tucked away beneath its sleek bladeless fan, burning smell will becomes a thing of past. Continue reading Dyson Hot. no really, that’s their latest fan’s name
i have became a fan of this innovative fan. a whole new way of cooling yourself without the danger of rotating blades. i’m certain this is going to revolutionize the fan industry minus the ‘revolution’, if you know what i mean. the initial models are desk-based and now Dyson has a new floor-standing model, the AM02. priced at US$499.00, the AM02 is based on the same principle of drawing air from the base and churning air out through the thin aperture on the rim of the fan, amplifying it up to 18 times in the process. these technology eliminates the traditional choppy air produced by conventional rotating blades fan. apart from the technology behind the Air Multiplier fans, it has space-age design which looks like part of the props from a sci-fi movie set. Continue reading Dyson Air Multiplier™ – fans without blades