Dyson Air Multiplier Table Fan, 10 Inches, White
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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
- Dimensions are 19.5" x 12" x 6" with 10" loop and a 2-year warranty
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The fan works as advertised and it actually pretty cool. However, after a few days, the coolness wears off and you start to notice some of the issues. First off, the fan is a bit louder than you would think for the technology. The air flow is quite good and I found it to reach closer to 8-10' range versus the 3' range all the reviewers who didn't actually buy one of these claim. I do like the fact that you can really dial in the exact amount of air this thing pushes unlike others where you typically have just 2-3 settings. And the oscillating features works as you might expect.
A couple of issues that I had with it. First off, is that you can't really adjust the angle of the fan much. It pretty much shoots straight out and that is it, so you need to prop it up against something to add any significant angle to it. The main issue I had, however, was that it wasn't very stable. I wish this thing had a bigger/wider stand as our daughter easily knocked it over several times. So what is the point of child-safety blade-less feature if the fan can easily be toppled.
In the end, we didn't think the $200 value was worth it. You pay a lot for the name and I guess the cool patent for this thing. But we decided that ultimately there is nothing that even compares to the Vornado fans, which do have decent child safety protection.
The silver coating on the 12" model looks like cheap plastic. We exchanged ours for the 10" model in gloss white and it presented a significantly more refined appearance.
We purchased the Dyson to replace a standard table fan in a mini-home theater room to reduce the noise level. Sadly, the Dyson, due to its high speed internal turbo motor, was noticeably louder than the fan it was to replace. We kept it anyhow but for a different application.
For the money, a simple remote control would have been a welcome addition.
The variable speed control is a nice touch but its range seems limited to "medium" on its lowest setting, reducing its usefulness for close-up gentle (and quiet) cooling (in our instance, sharing a computer table).
That said, it it does move a lot of air, looks great and it a no-brainer for anyone with small children.
1. The design is horrible it blows the air in a circle shape with no air in the middle as you would expect from a fan.
2. It is just a smaller fan in the base that blows the air through the ring at the top
3. The air output is horrible even at high setting
4. The worst part is the noise level. I can't believe that Dyson touts itself as a superior design, I have a 4 inch normal fan that is quieter and outputs more air and only costs $12. Seriously they took all the time to design a fan that eliminates chopped air but it is twice as loud and high pitched (like a blow dryer). I did not sleep well as I was hot and bothered by the noise.
This is an excellent example of a good idea executed poorly and overpriced. I returned this fan the next day. It's a shame because the dyson vacuums work excellent but this fan was a disappointment.
Unlike a conventional fan with big, slow rotating blades this thing has a small, rapidly rotating fan in the base. Ordinarily that would make for a very noisy appliance. Here, however, it does as well since IT'S JUST A FAN.
This thing is LOUD. It is also an irritating, fairly high pitched loud.
Don't trust your ears in a retail store; you won't hear it due to the high ambient noise.
If you are determined to spend $300 on a $30 fan just make sure you can return it after you get it home.
For $200+, this thing is totally not worth it.
First off, this thing sounds like a hair dryer. Very loud and high pitched.
Second, the amount of air flow this plastic hunk of garbage has is pitiful. I have seen smaller fans put out twice as much air at nearly 1/200th the cost and less than 1/3rd the sound.
Third, what many many people do NOT realize is the dust build up. People may think it is easy to clean but that is entirely wrong. You CAN'T get to the internals of the unit which are located in the base. Once dust gets in there and starts clogging up the motor and impeller, the unit will definitely fail to work. Unlike traditional fans which can be cleaned fairly easy, this cannot.
That "buffeting" claim is nonsense. I have done side-by-side comparisons with several different fans and all of the cheaper models have out performed the Dyson in every aspect.
If you want a real fan, get a Vornado. You can pick up a brand new one for around $50 and it will easily out perform almost every household fan on the market. I have several including one really big one that has been in a window for 50+ years and still works every day for several hours on end, flawlessly. Now THAT is what I call customer loyalty.
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