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ColorWare now coloring the Dyson Air Multiplier

Posted in Dyson by Conner Flynn on January 25th, 2011

ColorWare, the company that paints gadgets for excessive amounts of money now has another gadget to color. This time its the already overpriced $300 Dyson Air Multiplier getting the $450 ColorWare treatment. For that absurd price you’ll get a brand new “bladeless fan” with the airfoil, base, and control colors of your choice.

If you already own one, you can spend $150 to send yours in and get it painted up. If you think you can spend a few weeks without it that is.

Dyson DC23 Animal Canister Vac climbs steps

Posted in Dyson by Conner Flynn on October 20th, 2010

The latest addition to the Dyson family is the Dyson DC23 Animal Canister Vacuum. This one features level 3 root technology. The DC23 Animal will suck up all of your pet hair and clean your couches and carpeting, while coming with a bunch of handy accessories.

You get a stair tool, a brush tool, a crevice tool, and a hard floor tool. And as a bonus, the DC23 can climb steps, making it easier to clean stairs compared to more traditional vacuums. It will cost you $399 for that privilege however.

Dyson Air Multiplier bladeless fan copied

Posted in Dyson by Shane McGlaun on September 6th, 2010

The first time I laid eyes on that crazy looking Dyson Air Multiplier fan, I thought it looked pretty darn cool. I could certainly see that thing sitting on my desk keeping me cool during the hot Texas summer. I can’t see paying the $299 price for it though.

A company from Asia called Abiko has created its own knock-off of that Dyson fan and it looks so much like the Dyson version that the company even strapped the thing with a similar price. The Abiko knock-off will sell for $223 at MSRP.

Dyson Root 6 Handheld Vacuum

Posted in Dyson,Vacuum by Darrin Olson on October 22nd, 2006

Dyson Root 6The new Dyson Root 6 puts the same lasting suction and quality of the Dyson upright vacuum’s into the palm of your hand. Dyson has introduced a hand-held, battery powered version of it’s big-brother vacuum’s in which Dyson boasts that it too will never clog and will never lose suction with it’s patented Root Cyclone technology.

Along with the impressive no-clog action included in this Dyson Root 6 hand-held vacuum, it has a nice feature with the battery to maintain the suction power consistently. Dyson states that the problem with battery powered vacuums is that as the battery wears down, so does the suction, but of course Dyson will have no part of that. Dyson made a 16 volt motor, which takes less volts than the 22 volt battery to run it. The battery provides a constant 22 volts to keep the motor and …

Dyson Airblade Dries Hands Properly

Posted in Bath,Dyson by Paul Patterson on October 9th, 2006

Dyson Airblade

Finally, a breakthrough in hand drying technology has arrived. The Dyson Airblade is another breakthrough product from British vacuum cleaner company Dyson. The Airblade is touted as being more energy efficient, faster, and more hygienic than any other hand dryer on the market. The Dyson Airblade takes just 10 seconds to dry hands, thus allowing you to do your business and get out and hopefully avoid any uncomfortable bathroom talk with overly-friendly strangers.

Energy Efficient
Dyson claims that the Airblade uses up to 83% less energy than other hand dryers. This energy savings is due to the Dyson Digital Motor which consumes just 1600W of energy, where other hand dryer motors typically require 2400W of power. An additional energy savings is gained with the standby mode which allows the Airblade to use just 1W where other hand dryers consume up to 5W of energy …