James Dyson has got to be one of my favorite inventors of all time, not because his inventions help society with huge problems but because his inventions help us with the minuscule problems that nobody has fixed thus far. His most celebratory inventions are as follows:
The Ball Vacuum with the Right amount of Suction (Craig Ferguson's Definition):
This is the most impressive vacuum cleaner to ever be released world-wide. From the brute force of this thing to the technological magnificence... it truly knows how to suck up unruly messes. If only I could have the honor of owning a $400 vacuum which happens to be the price tag of this baby.
The Annulus Fan:
A blade-less fan that sends uninterrupted blasts of air in the direction that it is pointed. This is an illusionists toy as the air is unidirectional and without a proper explanation it may appear magic to those that don't have a better idea. It was invented because regular fans send irregular blasts that are cut by the blades. I love this... but I won't own one any time soon as this epic of a fan costs $300.
This next invention is a lesser known one as it is more for businesses and less for commercial use, but they are hand dryers that actually work. I haven't seen any over here in Canada but you might have seen some in America. They shoot out concentrated clean air (it is purified) at speeds of 400 mph to scrape water from hands as you pull them out.
These are reason alone to love the man behind the commercials, Mr. James Dyson the man the reminds you of C3P0
Okay, not really...