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Dyson's new humidifier is currently only available in Japan.

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It costs 59,800 yen (that's roughly $560 in the US, £350 in the UK, and AU$645 in Australia).

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It will be available in the US in the fall of 2015 and in the UK and Australia in the spring of 2015.

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It's available in a variety of different color finishes.

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It doubles as a fan, too.

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You may see the similarities between the humidifier's design and Dyson's existing Air Multiplier heaters and fans.

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Dyson says that humidifiers are excellent breeding grounds for bacteria.

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So, it decided to come up with its own built-in cleaning system.

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Dyson's humidifier uses UV light to blast the water.

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It claims that this will get rid of 99.9 percent of the bacteria.

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This model comes with a remote.

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You can use that remote to set sleep timers for anywhere between 15 minutes and 9 hours.

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You can also use it to set airflow levels from 1 to 10.

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This humidifier is designed to hold up to 3 liters of water.

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It's supposed to run for as long as 18 hours, too.

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 Dyson went through 643 prototypes and spent over $60.4 million (roughly £38 and AU$69 million) on this humidifier.

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Would you spend this much on a humidifier-fan hybrid?

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I guess we'll know more when it hits the US in the fall of 2015.

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