We are all familiar with the brand name ‘Dyson’ as the British company that makes bag-less vacuum cleaners and blade-less fans. Now it has launched its first humidifier, which is said to help battle chapped lips, blocked sinuses, and dehydrated skin.
Dyson claims that existing humidifiers can be unhygienic because they can harbour nasty bacteria, which they then circulate around the home when the machines are turned on. The Dyson humidifier is said to use ultraviolet light to kill 99.9 percent of the bacteria in the water before it is blown around the room. It also protects the clean, hydrated air around the room evenly and quietly. A piezoelectric transducer in the base of the machine, vibrating up to 1.7 million times a second, breaks the water down into microscopic particles, which are drawn up through the loop amplifier and projected into the air.
The Dyson humidifier has a technology that doesn’t allow over humidification. It measures the temperature and humidity of the room and adjusts accordingly to create a comfortable, hygienic environment. An efficient water management system ensures up to 18 hours of continuous use on one tank of water. It holds 3 litres or water and also has an automatic shut off system.
There are a number of ailments which can be prevented with this humidifier, such as sore throats, sinus problems, asthma, psoriasis or eczema. The humidifier has recently launched in Japan and will be on sale in Britain within months. It is expected to cost between 400 and 500 pounds. Below is a video you can watch for more information: