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How does a bladeless fan work - Dyson Air Multiplier 10" AM01 Bladeless Fan - Satin Iron/Blue

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The air is drawn in by a fan in the base and then directed up into a ring. It comes out of a crack all around the ring and passes over a shape like that of an aircraft wing. Industrial designer Sir James Dyson named his fan the Air Multiplier

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