Barely a decade after the turn of the century, the Dyson Electrical Company –- known for making hi-tech vacuum cleaners — came up with an “oxymoronic product” never seen before mechanical wonder, the bladeless fan. And because it is so awesome, I decided to bite off more than I can chew and write a sonnet (but because I’m not THAT ambitious, I chose to forego the Petrarchan and iambic pentameter.
In 2009, James introduced the Dyson Air Multiplier.
A ring-shaped contraption atop a cylindrical base
From the inventor of the ultra-high-speed hand dryer,
This alien object was missing rotating blades.
In fact, it has moving no parts in sight,
A nifty brushless electric motor lurks in the pedestal.
Inducement and entrainment increase output airflow with 15 times the might,
And the design is nothing short of exceptional.
It may not have made leaps and bounds in cooling,
And the price may be steep;
But it does get the air moving,
So get the Iwata version if you’re cheap.
Remember that air multipliers
Are just vacuum cleaners in reverse.
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