Dyson Hot: Fan-warming your cockles this winter
Dyson are preparing to do what they did for hoovers and fans for fan heaters too this Christmas, after last night revealing their Dyson Hot luxury heating system.
Using the company’s Air Multiplier Technology, the Dyson Hot heats a room qickly and evenly by drawing air through a mixed flow impeller and then accelerating it through a 2.5mm aperture set within a loop amplifier.
Setting a temperature between 1 and 37 degrees celsius, the Dyson Hot monitors room temperature and only powers up if it detects a drop in heat, which should go some way towards saving on costly heating bills.
It took 22 engineers three years to complete the project.
“Other fan heaters rely on inefficient motors or dust friendly grills,” explained Sir James Dyson.
“As the heat rises you’re left with a partially heated room and a worrying burning smell. Dyson engineers have developed a heater that produces no smell and heats the whole room”.
The Dyson Hot is available at Dyson.co.uk now and from John Lewis later this month before going on nationwide sale in October. Expect to pay around £269.99.
Scroll down for some more shots of the Dyson Hot.
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would be interesting to know why this fan only multiplies the x6 whereas the originals multiply it by 15. Unless it’s some kind of marketing ploy to make you buy both.
Sounds good…but very very expensive