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Dyson Air Multiplier Table Fan, 12 Inches, Silver

by Dyson

Price: $245.00 + $8.49 shipping
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  • Powerful table fan creates smooth airflow without fast-spinning blades
  • Air Multiplier technology draws in air and amplifies it up to 18 times
  • Rotates up to 90 degrees to easily cool an entire room
  • Includes base, loop amplifier, and operating manual
  • 21.5 x 14 x 6 inches with 12-inch loop; 2-year warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 15.4 x 15.9 inches ; 3.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00383GBTU
  • Item model number: AM01 table fan 12"
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #522,288 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Air Multiplier™ technology - an annular jet draws in surrounding ar, amplifying it 15 times.

Customer Reviews

Dyson Air Multiplier?
CGC
If have the money and are looking for minimalist modern art, made in China, out of plastic - this is for you.
Shell the Bell
The Vornado 630, a much lower cost conventional fan was at its lowest setting 5 db quieter than the Dyson.
G. Kuo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

666 of 699 people found the following review helpful By Silicon Valley Guy on July 30, 2010
Dyson advertises that this fan moves 5 gallons per second of air. That translates to 40 cubic feet per minute. This is how fans are typically specified. But Dyson won't use those units of measurement, because that would allow you to make the comparison yourself and realize just what a lousy air mover this fan is.

To put this into perspective, a small clip-on 6" fan can move 190 cubic feet per minute. That little fan costs about $20.

Dyson achieves this deception through props - typically streamers placed around the edge of the fan in store displays and ads. Sure, the air does move quickly from the edge of the fan, just as fast as it moves from conventional fans. However, this is only a thin ring of air movement in the case of the Dyson fans - versus a full circle of air movement from a conventional fan. This helps to explain the difference in air moving performance.

Conventional fans are also quieter. Again, that little 6" clip-on is only 37 decibels. The Dyson is 50 decibels.

The Dyson fan is beautiful and safe. But as a fan, it is loud, has terrible air flow, and is preposterously overpriced other than as a work of art.

Better to buy a fan that works and some artwork that isn't masquerading as a fan.
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106 of 111 people found the following review helpful By N. Gustavsson on July 12, 2010
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It lives up to all the cool blade-less design and all, but I was very surprised over that I payed so much money for some cleverly shaped plastic. For whatever reason I expected the base to be in brushed aluminum and maybe even part of the ring. But no, sadly everything is plastic. Using a heavier metal would have also helped with cutting down the noise a bit which also was a good bit more than I had expected. I have regular fans that do not sound as much as this thing. If you like cool design and know before hand that a) it is plastic all the way and b) it makes some noise, I am sure you will be happy.
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318 of 347 people found the following review helpful By CGC on July 3, 2010
Dyson Air Multiplier? table fan - 10" white

I,m a product and design engineer by trade , and have years of experience , We live on Cape Cod and
do not use air conditioning during the summer, when its hot we use table fans and window fans and have
about 4 types that we use around the house to keep cool on the hot days and nights.
When I saw the Dyson 10" ring fan on a show room floor it seemed to move the air well , and did not seem noisy.
I then purchased the product and when I received it and and took it out of the box it moved the air well but
was very noisy on low speed and has a constant "loud" 500HZ tone that everyone in the house can hear , even in
rooms at the far end of the house on a quite day or night . This 500 hz Noise is not something you get used to and
compared to some of our other bladed fans running on slow , the Dyson Ring fan is very noisy .
Until Dyson fixes this problem , the product will not serve much purpose as we have our's switched
off do to the noise , it's now acting as a $300 dust collector , which it seems to do very well.
I can only say that for the price I expected more from Dyson , I would not recommend this product to anyone, do not buy
this product unless you have a house or building with a lot of background noise like in a city , In fact maybe
Dysons lab is in a noisy building in down town London . I give it a very Bad rating due to the Noise it makes.
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74 of 82 people found the following review helpful By RenaissanceMan TOP 500 REVIEWER on August 9, 2010
A Haier ESA412J 12000-BTU Room Air Conditioner Energy Star with Remote which is a full 12,000 BTU air conditioner with a remote control costs less than this dyson air multiplier. So from a cost standpoint, this product is very overpriced.

From a volume of air moved standpoint, this product is also wholey deficient as it moves less air than a regular fan, the reason? this air multiplier uses a very small fan that is noisy to push air through a small ring shaped nozzle.

I'm all for the entrepeneur inventor making money and coming up with innovative products but this is just an example of a Brit with a big marketing team recycling old ideas from the 1960s and using them to dump overpriced products into the American market and taking Americans for fools. I don't give many 1 star reviews but here is one. This product should be illegal, it's akin to selling snake oil as a cure for cancer.
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