We weren’t quite sure about Dyson products at first. They’re at least three times more expensive than any of their alternatives and utilize a science that, to us, seems more like black magic than anything else. And then we bought our first Dyson vacuum, stuck our hands in an Air Blade for the first time and witnessed the pure sorcery that is Dyson’s bladeless fan. Honestly, we don’t understand how any of it works, but that doesn’t matter because it does. The latest conjuring from the Dyson camp is the Hot Fan Heater which is basically the hot air version of that fan you can stick your hand through. Is $400 a lot of money to spend on a space heater? Sure it is, but does your average space heater look like a stoplight from the future and last a lifetime? Of course not.