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Dyson Hot Has Nothing To Do With How Attractive It Is (Well, Maybe A Little)

Dyson Hot (Images courtesy Dyson)
By Andrew Liszewski

We love us some new product announcements from Dyson, and while their latest creation is really just an updated version of a prior product, that’s fine by us. The Dyson Hot, a name clearly derived after months of voting and testing on HOTorNOT.com, is, for all intents and purposes, just a new version of the Dyson Air Multiplier fans with a heating element added. But given their Air Multipliers are pretty much the slickest, sexiest fans you can buy, that’s not a bad thing.

The Dyson Hot can be set between 1 to 37 degrees celsius and constantly monitors the room, automatically turning the heating element on or off to maintain the set temperature. And because all of the magic is hidden away inside the heater’s unique and bladeless housing, there’s no exposed heating elements that can lead to a burning smell when random particles land on it. For added safety, the Dyson Hot’s housing remains minimally warm during operation, and will even turn itself off if it gets tipped over. Available nationwide in the UK come October for ~$430 (£269.99) and presumably all over the world in a similar timeframe.

[ PR - Goodbye cold corners. Hello Hot. ]








  • Anonymous

    strange. i thought this was available in the US already?

  • Anonymous

    strange. i thought this was available in the US already?