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Dyson Airblade AB 02, 110-120V, Die Cast Aluminum, Hygienic Hand Dryer


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Specifications for this item
Air Flow Capacity 66  Cubic Feet Per Minute
Brand Name Dyson
Color Name Red
EAN 0879957001275
Item Weight 32 pounds
Material Type Die cast aluminum casing
Number of Items 1
Part Number AB02-208
UPC 879957001275

The Dyson AirbladeTM hand dryer works in just 12 seconds, literally scraping water from hands lik... Read full product description



Product Features

  • Quick Drying Time - Just 12 Seconds
  • HEPA Filter
  • Lower Towel Usage in Restroom
  • Scuff Resistant
  • Die-Cast Aluminum Casing

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 25 x 10 x 12 inches ; 32 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 39 pounds
  • ASIN: B002ANA3UM
  • Item model number: AB02-208
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #200,569 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Product Description

The Dyson AirbladeTM hand dryer works in just 12 seconds, literally scraping water from hands like a windshield wiper. It's also hygienic, forcing air through a HEPA filter before blowing it onto hands. And because it uses up to 80% less energy than warm air hand dryers, it costs less to run. It can also help lower a business' carbon footprint - with no paper towels creating waste. Electrical: Input voltage: 110-120V AC, single phase 60 Hz Rated power: 1400W, 12.0A Motor type: Dyson Digital Motor. switched reluctance brushless Motor speed: 81,000 rpm Heater type: None Standby power consumption: 1w Energy consumption per dry: .00468kwh Construction: Die-cast aluminum casing with anti-microbial scuff resistant lacquer coating on exterior surfaces Color finish: Metallic silver, gloss lacquer Anti-microbially integrated external plastics and seals Pressed anti-rust steel backplate Tamper-proof T30 type exterior screws Water ingress protection to IPX5 Filtration: HEPA filter with anti-microbial coating 99.97% particulate efficiency <99.9% bacteria removal. Operation: Touch-free infra-red activation Hand dry time: 12 seconds (measured to method defined in National Sanitation Foundation protocol P335) Airspeed at nozzle: 400mph Operating airflow: 68cfm Rated operating noise power: 84db(A) Logistics: Single unit order code: 13043-01 Unit weight: 32lb Packaged weight: 39lb Packaged dimensions: 29.1" × 14.3" × 12.2" Pallet Count: 13 Pallet Type: US Unit Barcode: 879957001275 Standard warranty: 5 year parts, 1 year labor limited

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I looked at her hands, and they were tiny.
Warren Buske
While they do dry your hands quicker than the older hand dryers, they're no faster than a paper towel.
A. Hamilton
Every time I use one my piss goes everywhere.
Rusty Shackleford

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on November 7, 2014
Okay, so it's not exactly worth 5 stars. It's a hand dryer that works, but since it didn't also style my hair, wash my car, or do my taxes, I don't consider it 5 star worthy. People don't understand the point of star-reviews if they only use 1 star or 5 stars, and nothing in between.

I have used the Dyson Airblade dozens of times, and not once has my hand touched the unit. Not the sides, and definitely not the murky water at the bottom (really, Dyson, no drain?). I even read one hilarious review that said the airflow made her hands "bounce" around the middle of the unit, touching both sides and the bottom. For heaven's sake, woman, just use a paper towel if you can't manage to hold your hands steady for ten seconds. But then, how do you use an old-school hand dryer? Does it just blow your hands down every time you put them under the unit?

For those who are wondering, the Airblade has also never splashed water back onto me. I'm curious how that happens to other people... not to say they are lying. They probably are telling the truth, but so am I when I say I want to watch them use this dryer, just to see how water splashes at them. It's a mystery to me.

The Dyson Airblade drys my hands. Really, really fast. Normally, I use only paper towels because hand dryers aren't worth my time. The Dyson Airblade (and one competitor, the Xlerator or something like that) are the only exceptions.
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14 of 20 people found the following review helpful By NoKitten on May 11, 2013
Cool-looking, powerful, but sadly, badly designed for actual usefulness. Very narrow opening could be navigated with care and practice, but the puddle of prior users' runoff is thoroughly recycled back onto your heretofore clean hands. ICK! Why, anticipating that water from one pair of hands must go somewhere, is there no drain? There are crappy, also-icky floor mats under each unit to catch the water dripping/blown out the side of the machine. Not a proud moment in engineering, I fear. We expect better things from Dyson.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By E. Bell on September 11, 2013
Felt compelled to write this review after recently visiting a bathroom that had one installed. The run off problem left a black puddle at the bottom of the dryer. I don't understand how they can claim this is the most hygienic dryer...I'm sure several types of diseases were incubating in that pool. ew.ew.ew...
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sam on January 8, 2014
We have had these installed in our work place, at first they were a great novelty! Very fast and powerful, although a bit noisy. We have only had them for 5 months, and the level of grime and dirt that has built up beneath the dryer and running down the walls is absolutely disgusting. It is rotting our skirting boards and has completely damaged the paintwork. This level of grime cannot be hygienic and no matter how much we try to clean it, it is still building up.

And this has all happened in a really short space of time with only a maximum of 5 of us even working in the office in one day at a time.

I am going to every effort at the moment to have these dryers removed (of which Dyson and the middle-man company are very unhelpful). They tell me "Oh we have never seen this problem before", but by the looks of the reviews on here, is a complete lie.

I would advise to completely AVOID this product.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Matt on April 14, 2014
They installed these at my day job and I completely agree with the other negative reviews. They constantly drip water down the sides, sometimes spray water up at the user, and its pretty easy to bump your hands against the dirty insides. Eeew. Oh and you never really get that dry since it also pushes some of the water up your arms. Also, these things are supposed to be ADA compliant but even when they are mounted at the 36-40" switch/sensor height, a handicapped user would have to shove their hands in through the sides which would be even less hygenic.
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9 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas Lawson on December 22, 2012
The first few times that I saw one of these in a public washroom, I made the mistake of trying to use it. Whatever their claims, this must be the least hygienic hand dryer on the market - no matter how small your hands are (and mine are average at most), the stream of air will bounce them around off the rim at the top repeatedly. Not to mention that a pool of water collects at the bottom, some of which inevitably gets picked up by the whirling air. It's almost impossible to get your hands dry in any even fashion.

Now, whenever I see a Dyson Airblade in a washroom, I just have to accept that I will not be able to dry my hands properly (like I would with any normal dryer). I just try to dry them off on my shirt or pants, and accept that my rather dry skin is going to be irritated and develop cuts as a result of being left partly wet.

If any proprietor is thinking of buying one of these for their store/restaurant/mall/whatever, please don't. It's not worth paying this much money for something that does not fulfill any purpose that it was supposedly designed for.
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15 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Daniel on October 7, 2012
These things are installed in the factory I work security for. They are terrible. Previous reviewers have complained that the units are loud. Which they are. I would say most times I use it I do wind up touching the sides. It's a bit too narrow for most people. To respond to a previous review, no, I'm not drunk, nor do I suffer from epileptic seizures, and my hands are normal sized. They recently put paper towels back in the bathroom. That was a blessing. I can't stand this product.
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