Check out the Dyson Cyclone V10! https://goo.gl/NfWu7m
At $700 the Dyson V10 brings some serious tech to a vacuum cleaner.
Just got mine today.. charged it up. On max suction it worked for 12 minutes. I used it on a 9x11 area rug and around my 700sqft apartment and it died about 3/4 of the way. I'll try medium suction and see how long it lasts but i'm guessing no where near 60 minutes unless maybe on low suction with none of the agitating attachments.
Dyson just sponsored and payed all these youtubers to do this, I disliked and I think it’s so obvious this is just for money, honestly sponsored videos are fine but not when no body cares shut them and there just to make money
You guys are kidding right? I mean, it doesn't matter how much money I have, if Dyson offered to give me a $700 vacuum at the cost of simply making a video about my opinion, I'd 100% do it as well. You'd be dumb not to.
A o ton of money for.... just a vacuum... Really interesting peace of tech. I doubt That there's anything interesting i terms of technology, normal motor crank to its limit, battery, leds... Yeah really new existing peaces of technology.
Looks like a lot more work to clean up the same amount of dust and debris than the upright I'm currently. It's doesn't stand up when I want to pick something off the floor. I'd have to lean it against furniture, wall, counter or something else. The charge base, who wants to bother with finding a space and the installation of all that? They can talk about the freedom of cordless, but, you're a slave to the thing's charge base where a corded machine can be plugged in...anywhere.
And hey man, did you see how much dust fell out of the canister when you closed it? That dust isn't going in your trash can, it's going right back on the floor and, the air you're breathing. To prevent that from happening, you'd need a crazy tall trash bag or trash can. Otherwise, I guarantee that you're going to be getting dust all over the outside of that canister and likewise, distributing that dust around the rooms you're vacuuming. Speaking of the canister, it's TINY. That means more trips to emptying it. And that means, spreading more dust around when you do.
Then there's the price of these things. At the end of the day, they're cheap mold inject plastics lifting the same amount of dust, dirt, fur...whatever, as most if not all of today's better vacuums.
These have lead in them, they are made in China, and they cost about $80 to manufacture, the packaging cost about $20 per unit. The battery is is a bout $60 of that total cost, so for $100 you could choose from a dozen others that go the distance because you dont have to sit and wait for the battery to charge..lets not talk HEPA filter for allregy sufferers..Do yourself a favor and find a place that sells Panasonic vacuums, be sure they are the ones made in Japan.