Hand driers!

Dyson AirbladesIt seems that our floor of the office has finally been deemed worthy of receiving Dyson Airblades in the toilets. No more need one journey down to the third floor for a hand-drying treat! Though one really needs to apply the Neutrogena afterwards, darling, to avoid chapping.

I wonder if Dyson designed these machines themselves or bought a patent. There is little information on their glossy cases. Regardless of their technical origin I presume that they were made by the lowest-bidder in Malaysia as seems to be the case now with all of Dyson's products. Even a 50 quid Argos Value vacuum has better build-quality nowadays.