After helping a family friend catch a Downtown Airporter to Sea-Tac airport, I had breakfast at the Warwick Seattle Hotel at 4th & Lenora. Their men’s restroom provides a Dyson Airblade for drying your hands.
I’ve read about the Airblade, but never used it until today. It’s great! I’m normally skeptical about company propaganda marketing, but in this case, I believe the company’s claims about the Airblade being fast, cost effective, energy efficient, and hygenic.
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Indeed, used it in Kings Cross train station in London and at a few airports. Fantastic invention. Surely only a matter of time before showers are adapted with these airblades for an all over drying effect?
@Barrie: That’s a great idea. Not sure I’d want to be a beta tester, though… 🙂
John, have you seen Dyson’s new range of fan? – http://www.news.com.au/technology/story/0,28348,26208306-5014239,00.html – no blades so makes it much safer. Being sold in Australia first soon but the AU$399 price tag is a bit pricey for me just now.
Wow that looks cool. (No pun intended.)
Also check http://www.jetdryer.com.au , aka JANGPOONG and been available in Korea since 2002
Sold worldwide UK, Russia, USA, Australia New Zealand, Poland, Denmark, France etc etc
It’s about time that the US and UK started using these. They have been around since the early 90s in Japan. Regardless of which one you use, it is nice to see a good hand dryer becoming more popular. Mitsubishi made the first dryer of this kind: http://www.mitsubishijettowel.com