The English appliance giant has released the Dyson V15 Detect vacuum cleaner which uses a laser to detect dust invisible to the naked eye. Magic !
The English appliance giant Dyson is releasing a new vacuum cleaner filled with revolutionary technologies, one of which is quite surprising. The Dyson V15 Detect is equipped with a laser that shines dust invisible to the naked eye. Arranged at the front of the brush, the laser projects a green light on the floor at an angle of 1.5 degrees, detects any remaining dust particles even after vacuuming beforehand. Since dust is invisible to the naked eye, this laser makes it possible to really leave nothing behind when you do the housework. We will never vacuum like we used to.
In addition to the laser, there is a technology that adapts the suction power according to the surface. Whether you are on carpet, floor or even tiles, the vacuum cleaner will adapt to your interior to be as efficient as possible. The V15 Detect has a battery for up to 60 minutes maximum suction (time can be increased with external batteries).
Another special feature, straight out of the research and development lab: the main brush has been improved and now prevents the accumulation of hair, avoiding getting your hands dirty and spending time removing those stuck in the brush. At the top of the vacuum cleaner handle, there is a color LCD screen that indicates several information. You can see the battery life in real time, the suction force as well as a graph showing the different types of dirt particles sucked up.
The graphical information is as follows: the yellow column indicates particles of the size of allergens, the orange one indicates microscopic dust while the pink is reserved for dust mites and the violet for larger and visible particles.
According to the official Dyson website , “advanced machine-wide filtration retains 99.99% of fine dust, as small as 0.3 microns.” Suffice to say that with this new vacuum cleaner, your home will be cleaner than ever.
For now only available in the United States for the modest sum of 800 dollars, the Dyson V15 Detect does not yet have a release date in France or a price set in euros.