The Future Is Here: Dyson Has Created The Ultimate Curling Tool That Uses Space Tech

Dyson took six years and used over 230 engineers and scientist, spending $31 million USD to create the new device. 

Dyson products are in a class of their own. Often expensive, but worth it. Dyson has been moving away from just creating vacuum cleaners and have moved into a variety of household products.

Dyson’s newest gift is dubbed the Dyson Airwrap and is a hair styling tool that curls your hair with the use of air and aerospace physics to avoid heat damage. According to Hypebeast, Dyson took six years and used over 230 engineers and scientist, spending $31 million USD to create the new device.

$550 may seem expensive, but knowing Dyson and how all of their product lines are priced high, it probably won’t matter. The company has had home run after home run and it’s looking like this half a grand device will probably be successful as well.

According to Dyson, the Airwrap’s technology is based on a physics concept known as the Coanda effect – a phenomenon that created aerodynamic lift in aeroplanes. The devices are powered by Dyson’s newest V9 motor and deliver high-pressure air through its circular barrel which in turns creates the Coanda effect ( we aren’t scientists so go easy on us).

The Airwardap will come with a group of attachments that will allow you to curl your hair if it’s dry or wet and will allow you to create different styling effects.

You can head over to Dyson’s Website to check it out or visit their Yorkdale retail location.