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#3 - quota (06/10/2012) [-]
Dyson Airblade, your argument is invalid.
User avatar #33 to #3 - smackledorf (06/10/2012) [-]
well it works so well too because it includes instructions to move your hands, and you have to cause the air only flows up at the top. Regular hand dryers work only if you rub your hands and move them around so the water gets pushed off, but most people just hold their hands under it so it doesn't work.
#26 to #3 - robotgoose (06/10/2012) [-]
I second that.
User avatar #18 to #3 - slumberdonkey (06/10/2012) [-]
I remember when they first got those at the train station, like 2 or 3 years ago, they definitely dont' work anymore... and the bottom looks like a ******* cess pool
#12 to #3 - Rascal (06/10/2012) [-]
GAH, beat me to it. These things are amazing though. Too bad they cost almost $1400 apiece.
#7 to #3 - lezbeyan (06/10/2012) [-]
James Dyson. My argument is in fact valid.
User avatar #4 to #3 - copsncrooks (06/10/2012) [-]
These are amazing, apparently they blow all the bacteria up into your face and are therefore unhygienic as **** , but who cares they're awesome.
User avatar #5 to #4 - whiteniggers (06/10/2012) [-]
It sucks...
User avatar #6 to #5 - copsncrooks (06/10/2012) [-]
It sucks air in, then blows it onto your hands. It filters the sucked in air to remove any bacteria, but blows any bacteria on your hands into your face.
User avatar #9 to #6 - pettergriffin (06/10/2012) [-]
Why the hell would you have bacteria on your hands if you had just cleaned them and went to dry them?
User avatar #36 to #9 - copsncrooks (06/11/2012) [-]
Because improper handwashing techniques are extremely ineffective at removing bacteria from your hands. You would have less than before, but still there would be bacteria present.
User avatar #37 to #36 - pettergriffin (06/11/2012) [-]
Meh, let the guy who died after washing his hands and drying them in these dryers throw the first stone...
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