We are at a day in age where it is common to think everything that could be invented has already been invented, and though there is always room for new inventions, with today’s technology, more often than not we are seeing older inventions being revolutionized with new and improved designs. One person in particular that has done his fair share of revolutionizing designs is James Dyson.
Most famous for his Dyson Vacuum Cleaner, a revolutionary design and reinvention of one of the more popular of household appliances, making it more efficient, and also the sleek bladeless Dyson Fans, it appears that now another common household appliance has been given the Dyson makeover, as he introduces the new heater fan, Hot.
These heater fans will use the same design as the bladeless ones except they will be able to generate heat. As you would expect with a Dyson design, these new appliances will be the most efficient on the market according to internationally recognized standards. They will be able to heat a room to the desired temperature and once that temperature has been reached their sensors allow them to turn off. They will automatically be able to switch back on again if the desired temperature drops, optimizing efficiency and saving energy.
According to The Telegraph, the main reason for Dyson’s success is not only down to their efficiency but also because they look good. Dyson said ‘Surfboards and computers and skis always look like they were designed by people who really cared about them – vacuum cleaners simply weren’t made by people with a passion for vacuum cleaners,’ he also said ‘Prosaic products tended to be ignored, but with the right engineers they become exciting things.’ Check out the video embedded below for a look at the new Dyson fan heater.
What do you think of its design? Are you a fan of Dyson products?
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