October 4, 2006 James Dyson has done it again and this time he’s invented a hand drier that uses just 15-25% of the electricity of common hand driers, costs around 20-25% of the annual running costs of the current crop and it’s significantly more hygienic into the bargain. Most significantly, it’ll get your hands dry before you die of old age – the Dyson airblade dries hands in about ten seconds which is at least twice as fast as most common hand driers. Hallelujah brothers and sisters – this is one of those inventions that’s been obviously required for a long time. The airblade produces a stream of unheated air flowing at 400mph to do the job.
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