Powered by Dyson's digital motor, Airblade is now installed in the UK at the London Eye, Liverpool's National Museum and Alton Towers. In the US, tourists can dry their hands with one at Universal Studios, the Museum of Modern Art, the Science Museum of Victoria, LA International Airport, Dodger Stadium, the Time Warner Centre and the New Britain Museum of American Art.
Across the Tasman, our neighbours are offering Dyson Airblade at the Australian National Museum, Crown Casino, The Star, BridgeClimb and at Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane Airports.
In New Zealand, Airblade is keeping tourists' hands hygienically clean at Queenstown Airport, Rotorua's Skyline Gondola, Eden Park, the Michael Fowler Centre and the Britomart Transport Centre.
Where in the world, including New Zealand, have you used Dyson Airblade?