Dyson’s Revamped Robot Vacuum Is a Dust Bunny’s Worst Nightmare


“A robot vacuum cleaner should not be a novelty,” says Jake Dyson, chief engineer at Dyson. “We know there are many frustrations with current robot vacuum cleaners—some have low suction power, or inefficient navigation systems which that they often get stuck and don’t do a proper job of vacuuming. Dyson Engineers have focused on developing machines that overcome these challenges.”

While this is all very important stuff for any robot vacuum of note, the other major change to the 360 Vis Nav is its design. Ditching the “stubby puck” aesthetic of past models, this machine instead opts for a flatter and wider build in order to scoop up as much muck and dirt as possible at the first time of asking. Crucially, it also features a new side sweeper, so it can clean closer to the edges of your home meaning there’s much less chance that you’ll have to do a quick vac yourself afterwards.

A cordless mop and massive air purifier

Although the Dyson 360 Vis Nav is by far and away the company’s most significant new announcement—especially given its ongoing work in home robotics—it’s by no means the only one. With wet and dry vacuums growing in popularity, the Dyson V15s Detect Submarine’s arrival will be an instant boon to anyone who likes the idea of a gleaming kitchen floor, but is less infatuated with the manual labor involved. No, this hybrid mop and vacuum head works to eradicate dust, spills, and stains in one fell swoop.

As for the Dyson Big+Quiet air purifier? It really does exactly what it says in its name. The company’s quietest air purifier yet, it’s designed to bring clean air to large homes and office spaces with up to 87 liters of airflow per second of purified air over 10 meters. For those who don’t know much about these things, that’s a lot of air the Big+Quiet is pumping out in near serenity. Think of it as the industrial-sized companion to Dyson’s truly wild Zone headphones/personal air purifier, which makes you look like Bane while you kick it to the new Dave Matthews album. 

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