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If you’re familiar with Dyson’s “air multipliers” then you’ll know that they are half technological marvels and half air-movers. They have a number of features that make them desirable cooling tools, but their price means the math just doesn’t make sense if you solely need a fan. Rather, the Dyson is for doctor’s offices, executive suites, and other places where air flow is nice to have, but design is paramount. The Dyson is functional art that has taken fan design to another aesthetic level.
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After using Honeywell fans for years and the Vornado for some time now, the release of the Dyson AM06 was interesting to me. I’ve been curious about how the three fans stacked up to one another, if my Vornado was worth the extra money, and how much performance was behind the Dyson’s beautiful plastic shell. In order to get a better understanding of just what those extra dollars were doing for buyers I’ve tested out the three fans and graphed my findings below. I’m not going to come out and say that any fan is the winner — I’m confident that one of them is the best for you and that you’ll be able to decide if you want air-moving art or if nothing beats a $15 fan.
This data probably won’t convince anyone to buy a Dyson AM06, but it might help you understand why people do. The company’s bladeless fans should be praised for their quiet operation as well as their ability to move a serious CFM level when called upon to do so. Additionally, the AM06 was the only fan in this test to have wireless controls and an oscillating design, and are important selling points. Regardless, $300 is a serious amount to spend and it would be hard to try to prove that the Dyson is 4x the fan that the Vornado is without making the “functional art” claim.
Volume is crucial to this comparison as it speaks to the design of each fan, as well as if the fan can be used while you are sleeping or in an office. It’s also important because many city dwellers are faced with the option of their loud window air conditioning unit versus a fan, so the fan better be a lot quieter to compensate for the lack of cool air. Here we can see that the Dyson keeps quiet throughout its range, while the Honeywell has to increase its RPMs, and thus its volume, to compensate for its size.
The most important finding at this point is the low levels of air speed the Dyson is capable of putting out. That 28 ft/min data point should probably be thrown out because I now believe my anemometer isn’t capable of measuring an air speed that low and that the real point would be around 120 ft/min. Even so, the more important point is that the Dyson is capable of delivering a very light breeze while producing almost no noise, something that the other two fans can’t do and that’s relatively rare in the market.
Just to full illustrate the volume/airflow tradeoff, here is a chart of feet/minute per dB. You can use the trend line here to get a better idea of what’s happening and to partially account for the Dyson’s lower-than-expected rating at speed 1. Basically, the Dyson and Vornado compete quite well with one another when it comes to delivering air flow without too much volume. The main difference is that the low settings on the Vornado are very, very quiet.
Using my trusty anemometer I was able to measure the air speed coming out of each fan. I used a speed based on feet per minute at a distance of three feet, which is about as close as you’d get to a desktop fan. Here we can see that the Vornado delivered the most air speed, followed by the Dyson and then the smallest of the three, the Honeywell. (Size isn’t as much a factor here as it is for CFM, which we’ll get to soon.)