Ask Alexia Search Engine Logo
Custom Search

The Bladeless Fan

For families with a number of kids around, it’s best to have the bladeless fan, so you can be sure the safety of your kids’ fingers.

This bladeless fan has won the Time magazine’s “Best Inventions” award. It uses the same technology found in Jet Engine, which generates cooling air without blades.

A turbine inside the base draws in air and propels it up to the loop amplifier. Air is expelled through a 1-mm slot along the circumference of the loop amplifier and across a 16º airfoil-shaped ramp.

Using the aerodynamic principles of inducement and entrainment, the fan draws air from behind and along its sides into the air stream, producing up to 15X more air velocity than traditional fans

The bladeless fan produces a smooth, uninterrupted stream of air, unlike typical fan blades that “chop” air into uneven, intermittent breezes. A dial allows smooth, continuous adjustment of air velocity. The fan’s 5 1/2″-diameter base sets up unobtrusively on a desktop or table, it oscillates 90º, and tilts 10º up or down. 12″ W x 5 1/2″ D x 19 1/2″ H. (4 lbs.)

The Bladeless Fan is now available on Hammacher for the price of $200. If you can’t always keep an eye on your kids always, it’s better to equip your home with appliances that put safety first, such as this bladeless fan.

Click here to subscribe to our newsletter for FREE


2 Responses to “The Bladeless Fan”

  1. Best Robot Vacuum says:

    Hi there! I simply would like to give an enormous thumbs up for the great data you have got right here on this post. I will likely be coming back to your blog for more soon.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Blog Directory