The Dyson Air Multiplier Fans keep you cool without causing a racket

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Dyson Air Multiplier
If it’s hot out, there’s a good chance you’re going to have a fan nearby in attempts to cool yourself off. The spinning blades seem almost mesmerizing, and you’ve probably gotten your lips close enough at least once to hear what you might sound like if you were a robot. At the same time, there’s an equally decent probability that something has gotten caught in the blades that is either part of your body, or from an exterior source.

If you’re in the market for a new fan, and don’t want the chance of snagging something in the whirling blades, then why not go for the line of Air Multiplier Fans from Dyson? The name enough should assure you that the price bracket will be within $200-300. Thankfully though, anything from them is normally worth its salt.

These bladeless fans are easy to clean, provide a steady stream of air, and as an added bonus, are almost silent. They accomplish this through a slower motor that still has a lot of power behind it, which will keep you cool without adding unwanted sound into your space. There are 10 settings to choose from, which can be chosen from afar via remote. Possibly the most exciting aspect is that you won’t have to worry about cleaning off a nasty grill or dust-ridden fan blade ever again. There is a desk or floor fan version to fit whatever your situation might call for.

Available for purchase on Dyson, found via technabob

One review or comment

HiHat Says: March 11, 2014 at 9:23 am

These Dyson “Air Multipliers” have about the lowest airflow-to-pricetag ratio of any fan on the market. When you’re hot, you want gusts of wind, not a gentle zephyr, and these Dysons don’t cut it. They’re also far from silent — their motors are pretty noisy, from most accounts. I’ll take a Vornado fan over these any day… And isn’t it the case that folks who can afford Dysons have slaves with palm fronds to keep them cool?

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