Dyson AM03 White/Silver fan
The Dyson AM03 Pedestal Fan has an uninterrupted air flow as it is a bladeless fan. The Dyson AM03 Pedestal Fan has an LED display for easy adjustment of the controls in the dark. Its air inlet can draw in up to 20 litres of air per second to generate the primary airflow. A dimmer switch control adjusts the airflow power with precision, while the oscillation control uses an independent motor to drive the fan. The bladeless design makes cleaning easier than standard bladed fans, as well as providing an uninterrupted air flow it's safe for use with children and pets. The Dyson AMO3 is available in two colours, White/Silver and Silver/Silver.
Price$ 599.00 (AUD)
|Other model names||AM03 Pedestal Fan|
|In the box||Loop amplifier; Base; Stand; Remote control; Base plate; User guide|
|Other features||20 degree tilt axis, bladeless|
|Warranty length (months)||24|
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