James Dyson has been turning appliances into art since launching his bright pink G-Force vacuum cleaner in 1983. Never ceasing to innovate, the eponymous line has grown to include several styles of vacuums, hand dryers, fans and now, a heater. The Dyson Hot draws on the technology used in the bladeless Air Multiplyer Fan, passing a stream of air over an airfoil-shaped ramp. Surrounding air is drawn in, amplified six times through induction and heated with 20 ceramic stones, never exceeding 392 degrees and alleviating the burning smell many heaters emit.
Taking over two years (and hundreds of prototypes) to develop, the Dyson Hot also uses as little energy as possible. Once the room has reached the desired temperature, the heater turns off and only turns back on once it detects the temperature has dropped.
Claiming to heat the whole room faster than any other heater, the oscillating Dyson Hot not only looks good, but is a valuable commodity for any chilly home or office. The Hot comes in white or blue with silver colorways and will sell online and in stores for £270.