Although ads for their recent products are included Hair straightener. Do not use plates and questionable A pair of air purifying headphones called the Dyson ZoneToday, Dyson returns to what made the company successful with a range of new home cleaning products that include a redesigned robot and the world’s first wet mopping tool.
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Dyson 360 Vis Nav robotic vacuum
Dyson has revealed for the first time that it will be introducing its innovative vacuum technology In an autonomous cleaning robot In 2014, and when it was finally released two years later, it was one of the most functional robofachs on the market, but also one of the most expensive at $1,000. when We reviewed the Dyson 360 EyeWe were impressed with how well it sucked up dirt, easily outperforming the competition at the time, but we were also frustrated by the fact that the camera struggled to Move around the room when it’s dark.
Since then, Dyson has released several updated versions of its original 360 Eye robovac, but the new Dyson 360 Vis Nav offers a major redesign, with new features specifically designed to address the shortcomings of the original.
Like the original camera, the fisheye lens camera on top of the robovac uses “simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM)” technology to track its movement in a room by searching for and locating distinct landmarks in tripod. The new model also promises better low-light performance thanks to eight LEDs around the lens that are selectively turned on to illuminate tracked landmarks, which Should help too Make sure the robovac is not lost when cleaning under furniture.
The Dyson 360 Vis Nav spinning brush bar features a mix of thin nylon, carbon fiber filaments, and stiff nylon bristles to grab hair, dirt, and dust, but the coolest cleaning feature here is a small arm that extends from the side of the RoboVac when you’re working against a wall. The arm then redirects the suction to ensure dirt at the extreme edges of your room is also sucked up. What’s the point of using a robotic vacuum if you just have to come in and clean up all the areas you missed afterwards?
Dyson promises a cleaning time of up to 50 minutes before the 360 Vis Nav returns to its dock to recharge, after which it will resume cleaning right where you left off. It can be monitored and scheduled using the Dyson app, while the sensors in the robovac will also help create dust maps of your home so you can proactively identify the source of dirt and deal with it to reduce the amount of cleaning you need to do.
What isn’t known yet is the price of the new Dyson 360 Vis Nav robovac, but we expect it to be priced at $1,000 more than the original Dyson 360.
Dyson submersible wet cylinder head
Dyson floor cleaning tools are known for their ability to effectively suck up dust and debris, but food stains, grime stuck to hard surfaces, and wet spills always require a separate cleaning tool.
For the first time, Dyson is introducing a wet floor cleaning tool called the Dyson Submarine, which will be included with the Dyson V15s Detect and Dyson V12s Detect Slim Submarine vacuum as an interchangeable cleaning head (but won’t be available on its own as an upgrade for other Dyson vacuums).
Inside the Dyson submarine are two separate water tanks. One is designed to hold clean water (although Dyson says users can also fill it with water mixed with a properly diluted cleaning solution) and pump it through an “eight-point wetting system” to saturate an evenly wet roller head that spins and scrubs floors as the cleaning head is pushed over Hardwood floors.
As the wet drum rotates, the “durable plate” pressed against it acts as a squeegee to extract used water and direct it to the waste water tank so that only clean water is applied to the floor surfaces. Unlike a carpet cleaner, the suction from a vacuum is not used to extract dirt and water from floors. The Dyson vacuum attachment is only to be used to power the Dyson Submersible, and the cleaning head is only intended for use on hard floors.
Pricing and availability for Dyson V15s Detect Submarine and Dyson V12s Detect Slim Submarine vacuums (which include the Dyson Submarine accessory) have not been disclosed.
Dyson Gen5detect and Gen5outsize cordless vacuums
Cordless vacuums remain what Dyson is best known for, and today the company announced two new additions in this category: the higher-capacity Dyson Gen5detect and Gen5outsize, both of which use the company’s fifth-generation Hyperdymium electric motors, known for spinning up to 135,000 rpm. To generate large amounts of suction in a small space.
The Dyson Gen5detect features improved laser optics in its thinner drum cleaning head – an advantage We found it incredibly satisfying—which now offers increased brightness with twice the illumination range so you can see more of the microscopic dust you need to clean up. But despite the improved performance, both models now provide up to 70 minutes of cleaning time on a single charge when using the lowest-power Eco modes.
Both models will be available in the US starting June 6, with the Dyson Gen5detect selling for $949, and the Dyson Gen5outsize arriving at $1,049.
Dyson Paige + Formaldehyde Purifier Quiet
Several years ago, Dyson released a personal air purifier that departed from the iconic design of its bladeless fans. Instead of forcing air through a ring, the Dyson Pure Cool Me features a semicircular sphere that sits atop a base with a filter inside. It is assumed that the design allows for more precise air delivery. Although it does not seem that you can buy Dyson Pure Cool Me In North America anymore, its unique design is being used in a new air purifier designed instead for “large open-plan spaces.”
It looks almost like a robot star Wars Cosmos, a blast of air from the Dyson Purifier Big + Quiet Formaldehyde can be felt up to 32 feet away, and it’s powerful enough to provide about 1,000 square feet of air filtration with a HEPA H13 filter that removes everything from formaldehyde (like the name implies), to carbon dioxide Nitrogen, to particles even 0.3 microns in size, which includes some viruses.
The Dyson Purifier Big + Quiet Formaldehyde is also designed to be one of Dyson’s quietest air purifying fans yet, measuring in at 56dB thanks to technology inside that even includes a resonator to disrupt sound waves and act like the ANC technology inside wireless headphones. . The air purifier is also packed with sensors to monitor the quality of the air level in the room where it is being used. You can access a graph of its measurements over time on the LCD screen on top of the purifier and through the Dyson app, which allows the device to activate the air purifier only when needed, to help extend the life of its replaceable filter.
Pricing and availability details for the Dyson Purifier Big + Quiet Formaldehyde are yet to be announced.
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