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Blades cause buffeting

The blades on conventional fans cause unpleasant buffeting because they chop the air before it hits you.

Choppy air

No blades. No buffeting

Air Multiplier™ technology amplifies surrounding air, giving an uninterrupted stream of smooth air.

Smooth air


Engineered for ease of use

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A Dyson Air Multiplier™ fan has no fast-spinning blades. It’s safe.

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Easy to clean

No blades means there are no fiddly safety grilles to take apart. To clean a Dyson fan, simply wipe with a cloth.

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Dimmer switch power control

Conventional fans have limited power settings. A Dyson fan allows you to precisely adjust airflow.

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Dyson table fans pivot on their own centre of gravity. They aren’t top-heavy like some other fans, and stay put without clamping.


The Dyson Air Multiplier™ fan range

  • AM01 Silver and White 10" Desk Fan
  • AM01 Silver and Blue Desk Fan
  • AM01 Iron Silver

AM01 Table Fan 10/12 inch

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Designed for smaller spaces and personal cooling.

  • AM02 Silver Silver
  • AM02 Iron Blue

AM02 Tower Fan

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Fan for whole room cooling that fits into restricted spaces, with a range of 19 feet.

  • AM03 White Silver

AM03 Pedestal Fan

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A fan for whole room cooling that delivers the highest airflow and velocity of all Dyson fans.

Dyson AM05 range

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The Dyson Hot+Cool™ fan heater uses Air Multiplier™ technology to heat the whole room faster than any other in winter, and produce smooth, cool air in the summer. There are no fast-spinning blades or visible heating elements, so it's easy to clean. Suitable for small to larger sized rooms.

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*Assumes up to 6% savings in air conditioning costs for every degree Fahrenheit that thermostat is raised. (See U.S. EPA and D.O.E. Energy Savings Calculator). Also assumes elevated air speed may offset increase in air temperature by up to five degrees (See ASHRAE Standard 55-2004-Thermal Environmental Conditions for Human Occupancy). Air multiplier must be used in conjunction with and in close proximity to air conditioning ventilation output in each room to recognize savings benefit. Actual savings may vary based on use and other factors.