Dyson Launches War on Airborne Toilet Poo

Dyson's launched a new PR push to promote the installation of its Airblade hand dryers across the country, claiming that the magical blowers and their invisible sheets of warm air help reduce the amount of human waste that fills the air of public toilets. Read More >>

The New Dyson Airblade dB Hand Dryer Is Half as Noisy and Just as Powerful

With the Airblade, Dyson pretty much perfected the air-blasting hand dryer. Pretty much -- those things are bloody loud. Never a company to sit well with imperfections, Dyson has now revealed the Airblade dB, which still manages to dry your hands in just 10 seconds flat while being 50 per cent quieter than the original. Read More >>

Dyson’s Newest Airblade Could Change the Way Architects Think

While James Dyson is the obvious face of the company he founded in 1993, he isn't the only one tinkering away at high-powered blades or really sucky vacuums in Malmesbury, England. With over 700 some engineers under one roof, Dyson tasked Marcus Hartley with creating the new Airblade Tap about two and a half years ago. Hartley, a veteran of the Airblade team, has been at Dyson for nine years and I actually met him when I visited Dyson back in 2008. Here's a quick chat I had with Marcus, the lead designer on Tap, from earlier tonight. Read More >>

Dyson Airblade Tap
Dyson’s Mystery Machine Is a Futuristic-Looking Tap That Also Dries Your Hands in 12 Seconds Flat

Meet the Dyson Airblade Tap. It's basically the next evolution of the humble faucet and hand drier, all bundled into one pristine hunk of gleaming metal. You don't even have to touch the thing, as it's powered by IR sensors, and will blast your hands dry in 12 seconds flat with blades of air fired out at 430mph. Read More >>