You’ve all seen those bladeless fans you get these days, right? Pioneered by Dyson, unlike conventional fans they provide an uninterrupted stream of air. They are also more powerful, less noisy and use far less electricity. Pretty neat. But the problem is, they are very expensive to buy. The Dyson ones start at around $300, which is astronomical when you consider that you can pick up a conventional fan for about $25!
Luckily, you can now make one at home for a fraction of the cost. All you need is an empty cylinder from a water cooler, a plant vase, a jug, and a couple of rudimentary power tools. Follow these simple instructions, and you’ll soon be cooling off with your very own bladeless fan!