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Dyson's new $1,500 Airblade Tap tested in hands-on video
(Credit:Dyson)Dyson, eh? The company is best known for making weird-looking vacuum cleaners and high-velocity hand dryers. So what's the British firm's next invention? Well, to paraphrase the great Admiral Ackbar, it's a tap! Yes indeed, we've gone hands-on (or should that be under?) with Dyson's Airblade Tap -- a ludicrously pricey new piece of bathroom furniture. Click play on the video below to see what it looks like in reality. This is not just any tap, dear reader. It eq2 power leveling washes your hands automatically after you've triggered an infrared sensor, then dries them using these air-blasting prongs on the side. Beneath the surface, the tap is powered by a brand-new Dyson digital motor, which spins up to 90,000rpm a second. Dyson says the motor took seven years to develop, at a cost of nearly $50 million. Was it money well spent? Read more of Crave UK's hands-on test to find out. Dyson Airblade Tap, the faucet that dries
Dyson's new $1,500 Airblade Tap tested in hands-on video





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