When it comes to space heaters, I have always been a huge fan (pun intended).
We live in a drafty old house with hardwood floors and gaps in the baseboards, so having a heating unit to help knock the chill off in the cold months is always a plus. I knew the name Dyson as the top of the top when it came to vacuum cleaners, so when I got the chance to try out their Hot fan heater, I had fairly high expectations.
Just like their Air Multipliers, the Hot has no blades (and therefore no grill to collect dust and grime), which just makes it look cool. But a sleek design does not always a good product make, so after oohing and ahhing over its appearance, Igot down to the nitty-gritty: Let's make some heat!
Putting it together was a snap, and Imean that literally. The main unit comes separately from the base on which it rotates, so you fit them together by aligning two black arrows, and twist them together until you hear a click. Done! One of my very favorite things about the Hot is the curved-to-fit-the-top-of-the-unit, magnetic remote control. Such a handy place to keep it. (Makes me wish Dyson made televisions. Hmmm …)
There is a thermostat control, and when you switch the unit on it will automatically default to a temperature 1