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Luxury Comes To Hair Dryer With Dyson Supersonic That Has Real Gold

Do the world needs a gold hair dryer? Probably not. But like there will always be the needy, there will always be Scrooge McDuckians out there who need a very high-tech and very expensive hair dryer, made even more expensive by the Midas Touch of a master gilder. The very expensive hair dryer we are talking about is none other than Dyson Supersonic and yes, it now has a gilded version, albeit the gold is only present at the rear section. Continue reading Luxury Comes To Hair Dryer With Dyson Supersonic That Has Real Gold

Dyson Shrank Air Multiplier Tech, Puts It Into A Hair Dryer That Costs $400

If anything, Dyson is to home appliance as Apple is to personal computer. The British company is much like the Apple in late 90s. It just can’t stop wowing the world with millions of dollars sunk into research and development and mind you, it don’t do it for the sake of doing it; it takes a stab at the heart the problems, however small they are. And today, the investigative minds of the home appliance innovator leads it to hair dryer – a personal grooming device which you never knew needs any further innovation. No. No. You are so wrong. Dyson saw problems in today’s handheld hot-air blowing device and it has Dyson Supersonic to iron those issues out. Continue reading Dyson Shrank Air Multiplier Tech, Puts It Into A Hair Dryer That Costs $400

Dyson Big Ball Cylinder: The Vacuum Cleaner That Can’t Be Knocked Over

The greatest annoyance about vacuuming is not the chore itself; it is the machine topping over. Sounds familiar? Of course it is. It could very well be the number one issue with any vacuum cleaner and it is also the one problem Dyson determined to cross out. Introducing the Dyson Big Ball Cylinder, a vacuum that cannot be knocked over. Well, actually, it can be knocked over, but it will self-right when that happens so you can go on doing your chore without throwing up your hands in despair. There’s no voodoo involved here, neither is there a gyroscope or motor to right the toppled ball-like body. The Dyson Big Ball Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner self-righting ability is the result of a clever design that leverages on the curved body with a Continue reading Dyson Big Ball Cylinder: The Vacuum Cleaner That Can’t Be Knocked Over

Dyson New Desk Lamp with Heat Pipe Technology Can Last for 37 Years

Energy saving bulbs outlast incandescents, but when LED comes into the scene, it proves to be the new king in light bulb longevity. Jake Dyson, son of James Dyson, founder of Dyson, thinks seven years or so of LED lifespan is way too short and set out to reinvent to prolong an LED lifespan and so he did. Meet Dyson CSYS Task Light by Jake Dyson Products, where it uses a heat pipe to rapidly draws the heat away from the LEDs and dissipate it across the length of the arm of the CSYS task light. According to Dyson, heat of up to 266 degree Fahrenheit is the main culprit in short LED lifespan. The heat damages the LED’s phosphorous coating, degrading the brightness and color. With Jake Dyson’s invention, the light runs at a relatively cooler 131 degree Fahrenheit, thereby boosting its lifespan by leaps and bounds. Continue reading Dyson New Desk Lamp with Heat Pipe Technology Can Last for 37 Years

Dyson Wants to Rid the Air of Airborne Bacteria with Air Purifying Bladeless Fan

Instead of coming out with a separate standalone appliance, Dyson is kind of obsessed with making their appliances do double duty. It has a fan that spits out hot and cold air, humidifier that kills bacteria, then a faucet that blow dries your hands and now, it has a fan, a bladeless one to be specific, that purifies the air too. We are not complaining though. If there is an appliance that does more than one task, then we all up for it since it can save us one outlet and rid the room of one appliance. Agree? The problem is with the price, but we will get to that later. Taking its multiplier fan aka bladeless fan as the base, the aptly named Pure Cool looks pretty much like the British company bladeless tower fan, but has a HEPA filter base instead. Continue reading Dyson Wants to Rid the Air of Airborne Bacteria with Air Purifying Bladeless Fan

Dyson Humidifier Kills 99.9% Waterborne Bacteria with UV Light

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

Dyson’s First Robot Vacuum Cleaner Has 360-Degree Vision For Navigation

some must be thinking: with so many electronics giants making robot vacuum cleaner, why hasn’t big name like Dyson jump on the bandwagon yet? well. you see Dyson is the like the Apple of home appliance world. they take painstaking effort to make sure they get it right, or at least ‘right’ in the eyes of the company. so here it is, after expending sixteen years and an astronomical sum of nearly $47 million, Dyson has finally taken the wrap off its first robot vacuum cleaner, dubbed the 360 Eye. being a Dyson product, you can expect two things: meticulously engineered on the inside and pretty on the outside – both which you will find in the Dyson 360 Eye. Continue reading Dyson’s First Robot Vacuum Cleaner Has 360-Degree Vision For Navigation

Dyson Airblade Tap

this probably won’t make it to your humble pad anytime soon but that doesn’t make the Dyson Airblade Tap any less desirable. in fact, it is probably the faucet (or tap, if you like) that would make any high-tech geek’s home look complete, well, at least in the bathroom department. within its unusual three-prong design hides a sensor-based faucet and hand dryer that lets you wash your hands and dry them without having to straddle across the room to a standalone dryer. the magic is, of course, more than just skin deep – it is in the world’s smallest full-integrated 1400W motors Continue reading Dyson Airblade Tap

Dyson DC36 Compact Vacuum Cleaner

Dyson DC36 Compact Vacuum Cleaner
(photos: Dyson) Dyson DC36 Compact Vacuum Cleaner | US$tba | www.dyson.com

you know why they call housekeeping routines as household chores? because it is indeed a chore and unless you have the financial capacity to engage a domestic helper, you probably has to execute those chores yourself. let’s not take self-pity on ourselves, shall we? if it got to be done, it has to be done and that said, why not make those chores more enjoyable with something functional and yet, as good-looking as the Dyson DC36 Compact Vacuum Cleaner? the DC36 features Dyson’s Ball technology that offers ease of maneuverability over tight corners, hygienic bin emptying without contacting the dirt, Dyson’s Radial Root Cyclone technology for maximum suction power, ability to capture microscopic particles, and it does need any vacuum bag, thus the vacuum does not lose its power over time. Continue reading Dyson DC36 Compact Vacuum Cleaner

Dyson Hot. no really, that’s their latest fan’s name

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(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