Dyson Bladeless Air Multiplier - Product Review of a Safe and Amazing Fan
Dyson Bladeless Fan
The Dyson Bladeless Fan is a revolutionary breakthrough in air cooling technology. Earlier this week when I was walking through the home appliance section of a store, this sleek gadget caught my eye. Yes, I was shopping for a fan, as the fan in my home was over two decades old - the front grill had dropped out for close to 10 years. With the temperatures soaring these few months, it was high time to replace my current fan, lest I accidentally chop a toe or finger off when wake up clumsily in the middle of the night to increase the fan speed.
The Dyson Fan that caught my eye and tugged at my heart (and my wallet!) was this adorable looking 10 and a half inch (in diameter) table fan that had a most royal metallic blue. I just loved the design, and I could imagine it sitting on my table giving me the gift of wind.
Dyson Bladeless Fans
Dyson's Bladeless Fan Air Multiplier in Video
Beside this cute blue model, stood other designs and models of air multipliers of different sizes and shapes, mainly round and a tall oval. Design for the table top, or to stand on the floor, there are several models to choose from each with their own unique features. Those of the table top are adjustable to such that you can angle the direction of the air by swiveling the fan forward or backward. In the bigger models, you can control them using remote control too. To increase the strength of the wind, you just turn a knob (or use the remote control).
This Bladeless Air Multiplier is such a neat thing to have at home as it is easy to clean. Unlike your traditional fans, where you have to take them apart painstakingly, carefully and safely to clean, all you have to do for this air multiplier is wipe it with a cloth. It is definitely much safer, especially with children around who stick their fingers into random places or flip switches on indiscriminately.
In fact, one of the selling points of the Dyon Air Multiplier is that it does not chop up the air - which is what the manufacturers refer to as buffeting the air, which can be rather unpleasant at times. This bladeless fan provides a smooth and steady stream of air that is uninterrupted and refreshing, just like a light breeze (or a stronger one, if you increase the fan speed). I stood in front of the fans and enjoyed the air.
It seems like this Dyson Bladeless Air Multiplier is really selling like hotcakes - whether in offices, homes or anywhere that needs are boost of air - the salesmen told me that the entire stock had been snapped up, leaving me a little disappointed as I was all ready to bring my new fan home. The only downside I can think of, is that this fan is a little on the pricier side.
That said, I spoke to a friend afterward and guess what - she actually had a bladeless fan in her home, which she totally loved! And she is definitely not the only one who advocates getting this air multiplier; there are many product reviews that rave and recommend this new fan. Go read them to get a better idea whether to get this fan.
To end off, I found this really intriguing video that features the air multipliers working together to direct the path of a balloon. Check it out - it’s cool!
Dyson Bladeless Fan and Balloons - Fascinating Video
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