They’re the fans I’d admired in stores, imagining where I’d strategically place this functional, almost arty (and often necessary) home appliance.
The Dyson Cool fan’s minimalist appearance doesn’t really give the impression it can huff and puff until you’ve cooled down.
It’s almost too pretty – all style and no substance?
It’s a powerful gadget, this one. The technology used inside is also used in turbochargers and jet engines.
We’ve been giving the Dyson Cool 300mm desk fan a whirl, and I’m a (ahem) big fan.
So, we know it looks good. It’s funky for a fan.
It’s powerful, yet quiet. Lightweight, yet sturdy. Did I mention it’s bladeless?
Most nights I’ve switched it on in Millie’s room – using the nifty little remote that magnetises to the top when not in use – and haven’t panicked if she lunges for it or waves her tiny hands in front while trying to work out where the airstream comes from.
No spinning blades means it’s one less thing I have to worry about ‘toddler proofing’.
Safe appliances get a big tick from me.
Our place can get very stuffy but being able to have the air circulate in Millie’s room while she sleeps has been super. I’d tilt it to the angle I’d want, set it to oscillate and program the fan to turn off once she’d been off to the land of nod for an hour or so.
It’s not silent, but it’s quiet. Millie has not had any trouble drifting off to sleep with it operating, even at higher settings.
With an RRP of $449, it’s expensive and realistically, would be out of the price range for a lot of people. But it’s a high quality product and the safest, most efficient cooling option if you have a young family.
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Where to buy a Dyson Cool
*MillieMummyMelbourne was gifted a Dyson Cool desk fan to try out at home for the purposes of a review