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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.

Treadway electric shoe wheels vie for James Dyson Award

Posted in Concepts by Shane McGlaun on July 6th, 2010

Before James Dyson started constantly advertising his new vacuum cleaners, I never gave a thought to a vacuum. I bet there are many people out there who are the same way. Dyson has now also changed the way we think about fans, for the more expensive.

Dyson also runs a design award program called the James Dyson Award. The contest is to find the most innovative design and the winner may see their design put into production. One of the entries is too geeky to pass up and is called Treadway Wearable Mobility.

Dyson unveils two new fanless fans

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on June 22nd, 2010

Those masters of vacuum design at Dyson have now updated their revolutionary bladeless fan design with a few larger fans. The AM02 Tower is 100cm tall and can take in up to 33L of air each second, it will also amplify the amount by about 16 times using “Air Multiplier” technology.

You can get them in iron, blue and silver, or plain silver colors. The AM03 Pedestal fan blows about 18x the wind from the 33L that it sucks in. It stands at 1.4m in height and features a redesigned pedestal technology and a spring mechanism which lets you change the height and angle.

Dyson Airblade drys your hands in 10 seconds

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on December 17th, 2008

Dyson Airblade drys your hands in 10 secondsThis hand-drying device is a turbo-charged hand dryer that supposedly has a “windscreen wiper” effect and it will dry both hands in just 10 seconds. Not only that, but the system runs four times faster than typical units, blasting air at around 400mpb on your hands.

That force will make the skin on your hands ripple, not burn as if you just touched the ark of the covenant. It’s also 80% more efficient than conventional dryers found in public restrooms. The device removes bacteria and mold from the air using HEPA filtration. Wastewater gets passed through an iodine resin filter to disinfect it, and then piezo crystal technology releases the sterilized water as harmless mist.

Issey Miyake unveils futuristic handheld cleaner

Posted in Vacuum by Conner Flynn on February 17th, 2008

The future of vacuums
The Wind, Dyson DC16 handheld cleaner looks like it’s a Sci-Fi ray gun from the future, but you are more likely to see Han Solo cleaning up the Millenium Falcon then shooting lasers with this thing. The device is the love child of Miyake designer Dai Fujiwara and James Dyson. They apparently had too much to drink and started brainstorming about how sexy they could make a vacuum.

The result is a sexy new handheld carpet sucker at an affordable price of $194. It’s got a great steampunk look and a trigger. Need I say more?