Futuristic Fans

Close your eyes. Imagine something round sitting atop a kind of cylinder (think pedestal). Imagine it has a cord and plug to activate what is known as oscillation. Create an image of air being drawn into the device, amplified 18 times to generate a powerful output at maximum velocity. Fantasize that you can control this wonder with one touch. In fact, it has “touch tilt”, a remote, and a dimmer switch. You have the power to dominate its every move. You are master.

Get a concept of a curved magnetized remote that stores atop the parent machine whenever you like. It will be safely out of harm’s way (getting lost). It comes into play when you want to control air flow, turn the implement off or on, and adjust oscillation level. Wow. This marvel has a low center of gravity with the component parts placed strategically below for superior stability. It is award-winning quality design.

You can open your eyes and know that this bladeless fan actually exists in the real world. It is a Dyson air multiplier and there are many other like it from small 10 to 12 inch table top models to those you can place on the floor. Some are elongated in appearance, some are a bit squat. They are all state-of-the-art.

No blades means easy to clean with a gentle wipe down, no grilles, and no fear. Choose your price range and warranty features. You can even get them refurbished if you want a nice discount. You can try it out with little monetary risk. They are quality devices with great ratings, so I expect you will keep your treasure once found. The Dyson for one brand goes through a rigorous point check before being sold. If Dyson and bladeless is out of your price range, try a tower fan, you can find some cool tower fans reviews here.

This is as futuristic as it gets right now. Maybe soon you will be able to give voice commands or control it from your smart phone so it’s on and waiting for you when you get home from work, having already cooled your special space. Aah!

You will then have to think hard to remember the “old-fashioned” units that were round or square and sat ignorantly at your side accumulating dust and spewing out. You had to remove the front and do some hard labor to get the thing clean. You had nightmares about the grille falling off and accidentally sticking your fingers in a vicious maw as a result.

The old fans didn’t look good, that’s for sure, but then again they were cheap. If you wanted basic and utilitarian, you had it in a flash from your corner hardware store. Now you can look at a sculpturesque art work and glow with pride at your ingenuity and modern consciousness. I, for one, love the space age demeanor displayed. It seems to awaken a room with its alien spirit. It quietly does its work with no fuss or muss. By now, you should be dying for one to grace any room of your home. Move it around with you and enjoy the gentle breeze.