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Scribble on the wall of the booth.
Few things can change the toilet experience in the United States so successfully.
But now the Dyson company in the UK, perhaps best known for its gee-
The Whiz vacuum cleaner seems to want to add its name to this bragging roster with a new product called Dyson Airblade Tap. Its game-
Change the pitch: the faucet combines the working faucet and dryer into a fixture located above the sink, so that you can do all the cleaning and drying above a drain without floor drops.
Dyson said Airblade Tap, released Tuesday night at an event in New York City, could dry both hands in about 12 seconds by "scraping" moisture on the skin.
The system uses a new, smaller motor, which the company says has a much smaller carbon footprint than a larger manual motor.
Hair dryer or paper towel.
It also comes with a "Helmholtz mhoz silencer" and a HEPA filter installed separately in places where the drying is as clean and quiet as possible.
Of course, the biggest news is the combination of the faucet and dryer. You can watch (and hear! )
Dyson Tap in action below to see the correct form you should use to achieve the perfect in-
Sinking hands dry: In the speech at the event, James Dyson, British inventor and founder of Dyson, talked about the advantages of Dyson faucets over traditional hands
Dryer, boasting the faucet is faster, eliminating the annoying need to wait in line for the dryer.
What's also eliminated, Dyson says, is that when you walk from the sink to the wall, you inevitably leave water trails.
There will be some obvious obstacles to the product.
The cost will be one: a Dyson faucet will run £ 1,000, or more than $1,500, much more expensive than a combination of standard faucets and paper towels.
Dyson faucet may be the only bathroom cleaning/drying solution with learning curve.
The tap is touching, which is not entirely obvious
For free, you will be surprised if you try to adjust hot and cold water with both air --
Blow the handle from the tap.
However, Dyson engineer Marcus Hartley told Huffington Post at the event that the design of the faucet was intuitive, and the company's research showed that after cleaning up the hands in the sink, you will naturally shake the excess water to the side of the tap, the air from the tap will blow there, and the handle will be placed there as well.
Even if you didn't immediately know there was a hand in the Airblade faucet
In other words, the dryer will be used after you wash the faucet part.
Airblade click detected.
Still, there were some tentative, confused hands at Tuesday night's event
The gasket of the demonstration station is not sure of its position.
However, the Dyson representative believes that this action will become a second nature once people start using Tap ---
Like Dyson leaf dryer can be confusing in the first place, but now it's the main device in the public restroom.
Speaking of which: the debut on Tuesday night is also easier and more energetic
Efficient wind leaf, and "wind leaf V", a smaller, more stylish wall unit that blows hot air out of the small hole at the bottom of the device, more like a traditional clothes dryer.
The new Dyson Airblade V, which blows air out of very thin strips at the bottom of the device, and can be installed in a higher position than conventional Airblade.
However, the star of the show is clearly a combination of the tap and itwasher-and-dryer-in-
A Dyson representative said the first troops should start appearing in the United States in the coming months, such as Harvard University, Disney and Universal theme park at LaGuardia Airport in New York and the new Delta pier.
If you want to know, although the new wind leaf is for larger facilities, all models can be purchased separately from Dyson.
Hartley assured Huffington Post that it was easy to install each one in the family restroom.
A Dyson representative interjected: "Jennifer Aniston has one . "
We have more photos below about Airblade Tap, Airblade V and the new Airblade clothes dryer.