James Dyson has innovated the space heater by designing an original airflow technology (previously created for a cool air fan of the same concept) that projects hot air into the room, warming it more efficiently than mere traditional models. Dyson Hot works by oscillating heat to distribute it smoothly throughout the room, rotating around from its own point of gravity. It has a pivotal, touch tilt base to direct the air which ever direction you choose, and is protected by a tilt sensor that shuts the power down if it is knocked over.
The magnetic remote control is curved and is meant to be conveniently stored atop the loop amplifier when not in use. The controls are simple, and consist of the following commands: on/off, oscillation control, thermostat control, variable airflow control and the magnetic location.
The Dyson Hot sells at an amplified price of $400, not inexpensive in the realm of space heaters. The AM04 Dyson Hot comes in either iron/blue or white/silver. Further details can be found at Dyson.