New Dyson bladeless fans offer '50% more airflow'Dyson unveils next-generation Air Multiplier fans

29 June 2010

Dyson bladeless fans

James Dyson pictured with the AM02 Tower (left) and AM03 Pedestal fans (right)

Dyson has expanded its range of bladeless Air Multiplier fans with two larger, taller and more efficient fan models.

The AM02 Tower and AM03 Pedestal fans are the first floor-standing models in Dyson's Air Multiplier range of bladeless fans and can generate up to 50% more airflow than the original Dyson AM01 desk fan launched last year, according to the company.

The fans are powered using similar technology found in turbochargers and jet engines, drawing in room air in a process called 'inducement and entrainment'. Dyson says this makes the fans safer to use and easier to control than conventional fans - as well as offering a smoother flow of air.

New Dyson bladeless fans

Both new fans will be available to buy online and in stores including Heals, Selfridges and The Conran shop. All that technology and style comes at a price, though - with the RRP on both models set at £299. Dyson fans come with a two-year parts and labour guarantee.

Dyson AM02 Tower fan

The Dyson AM02 Tower is a metre tall and 19cm wide, remote controlled and available in silver and blue. 

Dyson AM03 Pedestal fan

The remote controlled Dyson AM03 Pedestal has an extendable height of 1.2 to 1.4 metres and is able to draw in and multiply up to 50% more air than Dyson's AM01 desk fan.

Which? on Dyson

From and ball technology to the small enough to sit on an A4 page, Dyson products often cause a stir - and we've independently and rigorously lab tested and reviewed the latest Dyson on the market.

You can also watch our hands-on video review of the original Dyson AM01 desk fan here: