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Abiko Rips Off Dyson Air Multiplier Design, Prices It Close to the Real Deal

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Let’s be honest here among friends. The only reason to buy knock off products is because we are too cheap to buy the real deal. You know what I mean guys, it’s like buying your girl that fake Coach purse with the “G” rather than the “C” thinking they won’t know the difference. She will know the difference; don’t ask me how, but she will.

At least we usually save money with the faux products we buy. If you liked that Dyson Air Multiplier fan that has no blades, but choked on the pricey $299 tag, a new knock off has surfaced from a company called Abiko.

The catch is that the MSRP for the rip off is not too far from the price of the real deal. Abiko wants $223 for its faux Dyson. The good news is that CNET News reports you can find the Abiko online (in Wholesale quantities) for just $50 each.



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