Review: Dyson Cinetic Big Ball Animal canister vacuum never stays down

 

I have to admit it’s been a while since I reviewed or regularly used a traditional canister vacuum. However, I can remember eons ago, not so fondly mind you, how often the darned thing tipped over and the hose became twisted and tangled. I had no choice but to stop, put it up right and untangle myself. So it piqued my curiosity when I heard that Dyson had developed a new Dyson Cinetic Big Ball Animal vacuum which they said self-rights itself when toppled.

Remember the Weebles?

I have to admit, at first, I had an immediate flashback to the 70s. The TV commercial forever ingrained in my brain and the slogan, “Weebles wobble but they don’t fall down.” Anyone old enough to remember? If not, I’m sure it’s on YouTube.

Apparently, I’m told, the team at Dyson had the same experience when founder James Dyson really put his engineering team to task to come up with a solution for the toppling canister.  Read more…Full review at CanoeTech Blog.

Review: Dyson DC51 Animal vacuum is small yet mighty

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Okay, saying your vacuum cleaner sucks sounds cliché, but at the end of the day that’s what you really want it to do. For me, a vacuum is a common household gadget that spends most of its life in a dark closet and in my case, probably more than it should, but when an opportunity arose to test-drive and review theDyson DC 51 Animal, I couldn’t wait.

Read more…AT CANOE TECH BLOG

Dyson’s Bladeless fan heater suitable for a Starship Captain

Dyson Hot + Cool AM05EDMONTON, AB, April 25, 2013/ Troy Media/ – The Starship Enterprise probably has a fully integrated climate control system that’s out of this world, but if Captain Jean-Luc Picard needed a personal device for his ready room, it might likely be the The Dyson Hot + Cool bladeless heater fan.

This new model, dubbed the Dyson AM-05, is a futuristic looking home appliance that is both a fan and a heater, but it will leave you wondering where the fan blades are. The answer is simple: there aren’t any.  READ FULL ARTICLE at TROY MEDIA