Dyson Airblades...

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How long before we see a report of a man...erm...de-manned after a drunken mistake with one of these things and a urinal?

They are amazing at drying hands but after a few too many it's only a matter of time before some poor chap becomes a chapess after mistaking it for somewhere to take a leak..
 

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Natural selection...they really don't look much like a urinal :D
 
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I'm sure that this has been disussed before, but I know that some unis have them, along with some train stations in London.

The Japanese restaurant, Fugu, in Milton Keynes had them, but they've just shut down, which is a shame as they made the best sushi ever.
 
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Don't do it, it's not worth it!
 
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The Japanese had them for absolutely ages, far before Dyson came up with the "concept". I've seen them in Japan and Korea for at least 10 years so I never understood what is the "innovation" part of the Dyson airblade.
 
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Dyson airblade rocks!! They had em at alton towers last year and I must say, it felt like another ride!! (yes I know I am sad! :p)
 
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They have some at Great Western Hospital in Swindon, if anyone's desperate to try them out.

We could do with them where I work... maybe it would encourage the dirty so-and-so's to actually wash their hands after taking a leak.
 
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What? I've come across those. I had no idea how to use them. I always got quite annoyed at how there would only be small jets of air. Always wondered how on earth it was going to dry my hand with the temperature of the air it was giving as well.
 
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