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Appliance giants Dyson has announced two additions to its deskfan range.

Stepping away from the original loop design, the AM02 Tower Fan, available in iron/blue and all-silver finishes stands at approximately a metre tall. Designed to take up minimal floor space, it amplifies air 16 times, drawing in 33 litres each second.

Dyson Air Multiplier

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For an even more powerful airflow, there's the AM03 Pedestal Fan that comes in white/silver and amplifies air eighteenfold, the company claimed. The fan's height can be adjusted between 1.1m and 1.4m, and the head can be tilted 20° either way.

Both are available for £300.

Look out for Reg Hardware's review of the original Dyson Air Multiplier coming soon. ®

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