Dyson AM01 Air Multiplier (30cm)
The Dyson AM01 Table Fan 30cm is a bladeless air multiplier fan that delivers an uninterrupted airflow, unlike standard fans with blades. The AM01 air multiplier pivots on its own centre of gravity, so even when you adjust or tilt it, it stays put without clamping. Other features of Dyson AM01 fan include no blades or grilles for easy cleaning, and improved safety as it has no spinning blades. The Dyson AMO1 is available in two colours, White/Silver and Silver/Iron.
Price$ 399.00 (AUD)
|Other model names||AM01 Table fan 30cm|
|In the box||Loop amplifier; Base; User guide|
|Warranty length (months)||24|
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