Dyson Air Multiplier unboxing

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Derek loves nothing more than punching a remote location into a GPS, queuing up some music and heading out on a long drive, so it's a good thing he's in charge of CNET Australia's Car Tech channel.

We unbox the Dyson Air Multiplier and give it a quick run through to see if this bladeless fan lives up to the hype.


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martinng posted a comment   
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basic a mini air con which is a another way to waste money but if you like to really decorate your house this may be good =).Not good for bargain hunters for them just buy an average fan or fully install air-con around your house

 

dysonic posted a comment   

I got one on sale - not sure if the big ring actually 'multiplies' the air - if you turn it on without the ring (i.e. un-attach it) it seems to blow the same amount of air... hmm... just another way to peddle his vacuum machine engine wares?

oh btw if you type dyson on the iphone, it suggests 'stain'... lol

 

kungfusing posted a comment   

I can't believe people would pay money for this thing. . .

 

canberra photographer posted a comment   

A bit of a mixed. I got one at wholesale price which made it a bit more reasonable. Performance wise, they are far superior to any traditional fan. Airflow is smoother and feels cooler. On the downside though, they are quite loud, much more loud than a traditional fan, quite like a small blender even at mid setting. Overall, very good though but most will do fine with a traditional fan.




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