Chinese bladeless fan review(Hits:) 
Origin Author Add Time2012-06-05
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Chinese bladeless fan review

I recently heard lots of people talking about Dyson bladeless fan and Chinese company being sued by Dyson. It was just such a disturbing news, that I decided to dig deeper.

Now there are lots of bladeless fan companies from China.  Most of them, of course are trading companies, which is extremly hard to distinguish, giving the fact that all of  them claim to be the manufacturer. I was once fooled by a trading company too when i was helping my client sourcing bladeless fan from China.  According to my research, there are only 4-5 maufacturers from China. And most  of them are providing low priced bladeless fan.

Some bladeless manufacturers have been or are being sued by Dyson. Only one company is an exception: Jiangxi Vita APURE branded bladeless fan. They have their own patent that is totally irrelevant with Dyson. Actually, Vita APURE branded bladeless fan technology is just the opposite of the Dyson fan.  Besides, Vita  fans can not only create wind, but also better air condition by releasing anion with noise level of 53 Decibel/7600turn. Because Vita bladeless fan is developed by themself, so the Vita product price goes up beyond ordinary people’s purchasing power, but still lower than Dyson bladeless fan.

Most people would hesitate whether to buy the expensive vita bladeless fan or other cheap ones. And most important of all, they don’t know how to distinguish trading companies from factories, let alone tons of scammers on internet.  If you have trouble making up your mind too, e-mail me at restlis @

At the very begining of my post,  I used the word “disturbing”. Now I tell you why:

People know Dyson was suing Chinese company for patent issues. But what I heard is that  the bladless fan was first invented by a Chinese Zehjiang college student.  This student didn’t apply for his invention patent, or that never acrossed his mind at all. So the Dyson took their chance and perfected the bladeless fan, applied for Dyson patent.  (That is what I heard and my own perspective.)

Sad truth: Chinese people work hard, think hard, reasearch hard, but they don’t know how to protect their achievement.  This not just happened once. And it is going to happen for years to come.


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