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10/12 Sunday 10:39PM

fan-cy that!


From the man who gave us the sleek, futuristic bladeless air multiplier to cool our hot faces comes the hot fan to warm up your nights. It looks like the cool air multiplier and it incorporates the same technology, channelling the air through a 2.5mm ring-shaped aperture and accelerating it over an aerofoil.

James Dyson's heater fan took a team of 22 engineers – including experts in thermo dynamics and fluid mechanics – over three years researching, developing and testing Dyson’s patented Air Multiplier™ technology for its application in a heater.

The Dyson Hot™ fan heater can warm up every part of a room fast and evenly.  According to James Dyson, conventional fan heaters uses inefficient fan motors and grills that attract dust.  They only heat up a room partially and comes with a burning smell.  Dyson engineers have resolved those problems so you get a completely heated room without any odor.

Another good thing about this fan is that it has a dual-mode function as a cooling fan so you can cool down with its patented high airflow system.   (Ed: It looks so hot it will be the coolest appliance in any home!)

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