Dyson, best known for its vacuum cleaners and hand dryers, has come out with their own humidifier. One, in which they say, cleans the water it uses before hydrating the air. The Dyson Hygenic Mist, as it’s been named, uses ultraviolet light to neutralize 99.9% of bacteria in the water it uses with Ultraviolet Cleanse technology, exposing every drop of water to UVC light. It projects clean, hydrated air around the room evenly and quietly.
The humidifier also acts as a fan, boasting a similar design to Dyson’s Air Multiplier fans, which are blade-free. As designers, we find it fascinating that Dyson went through more than 640 prototypes and spent more than $60 million to develop this device. Unfortunately, the product won’t be available until Fall of 2015. Perhaps it would make for a good holiday gift next year.
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