bladeless

bladeless

(ˈbleɪdlɪs)
adj
without a blade
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Invented by Dyson, the Air Multiplier is the world's first bladeless fan that creates a cool, smooth and uninterruptedairflow.
A bladeless fan sounds like the worst idea since the chocolate ironing board but this works by sucking in air through the base and ring it through a "loop amplifier" ring, a process which draws in the air behind to further boost their airflow.
The 5 mm AnchorPort[R], Bladeless, Optical-Tip trocars from SurgiQuest, Inc.
Fire up the engine via the bladeless keyfob and stop/start button on the dash and the performance is absolutely fabulous.
Gyrus, whose products include bladeless scalpels that cut using radio frequency energy, said the acquisitions had helped meet its strategic objective of entering the head and neck surgery market.
Sir James - inventor of the world's first bagless vacuum and bladeless fan - revealed it had taken 16 years and PS28million to bring the Dyson 360 Eye to life.
Committed to improving surgeon access and reducing patient trauma in laparoscopic procedures, Covidien (Mansfield, MA) offers a line of bladeless trocars.
THE new Bladeless Razor Kit from Veet (pounds 6.99 from leading pharmacies and multiples) is the best of both cream and shaving hair removal worlds.
Fans polled by Veet Bladeless Razor said the funniest leg moment on film was supermodel Naomi Campbell falling over in her platforms on the catwalk.