Small Dyson hand dryer - Airblade V

A few years ago I wrote about Dyson Airblade and a similar product made by Veltia. These dryers blow out the jets or air streams and dry hands as quick as paper towels.

On the other hand the conventional heat and fan dryers are slow at doing their job (I almost always give up drying hands after half a minute). But they are small. While the Dyson Airblade (and all such dryers including the first one Mitsubishi Jet Towel) is big and bulky.

Airblade V on the other hand has a much smaller engine, looks similar to the conventional dryer and still blows out jets of air. It takes more time to dry hands as they need to be turned around. But still faster than conventional dryers. Although children can have some problems twisting their hands :).

I can't wait to try out their Airblade Tap.

Although I'm not particularly happy with having electricity in the tap (I know there are a lot of taps lightning the water based on its temperature). Even if all the safety precautions are in place I would not feel at ease.

Taps 26: a weird "lever from aerator" tap

This one is also from a friend visiting Mexico:

This tap is a personal favourite of mine!! It was in a restaurant in Manzanillo and perhaps should have come with instructions!! There is a small lever coming out of the tap (where the water comes out [aerator]) and to turn the tap on you had to push this lever. You also had to keep it pushed to keep the water flowing which meant you needed some pretty fancy finger gymnastics to be able to wash your hands.

Well ... I have no comments :=). The designer of this tap mush have had imagination.