That up there at the top is our Dyson Air Multiplier fan, a little white knight of cool attitude and great design. We've had some personal issues with other Dyson designs (specifically their upright vacuums), but the Air Multiplier is nothing but a harmonious blend of "how did they do that?" technology and modern minimal design, making it something we keep out without worry of marring our living room decor. It's cool in every regard. Dyson now just released two new larger fans, a tower and a pedestal versions, all with the bladeless technology to join their tabletop counterpart.
A handsome family of blowhards, these Dyson Air Multipliers will cool your interior, exhausting 18x the amount of air intakes. The AM02 Tower Fan reminds us a bit of a tuning fork, an oblong fan which stretches upwards near 40" in height. The unit comes with a remote and is available in a single colour of silver upon launch. Similarly, the AM03 Pedestal Fan stretches the height of the original air multiplier up to 55" fully extended, designed to help circulate the air of larger spaces. Both models clock in at $449.99.
About these new designs: we're not sure these work as elegantly in appearance as the original table fan design (the air flow technology is the same). Where we find the table top version futuristic and 2001-ish in presence, the tower and pedestal versions veer more near the realm of outdoor heating lamps in design, mostly because the base reminds of the outdoor heating accessory. If anything, we could imagine using the pedestal version to train our cats or small dogs to leap through it. Still, compared to most larger fans, these are beauties and would likely illicit the same "what is this thing and how does it work?!" queries.