Dyson's Gen5 Detect cordless vacuum is so powerful it can suck up viruses

Dyson's Gen5 Detect cordless vacuum is so powerful it can suck up viruses ...

There are vacuum cleaners, and then there are *vacuum cleaners*. Dysons'' new cordless model, the Dyson Gen5 Detect, is firmly in the latter camp.

The Gen5 Detect is the first vacuum to include a Dysons next-generation Hyperdymium motor, which runs at up to 135,000 rpm, while being nine times faster than a modern-day Formula 1 engine.

The vacuum, which is dominated by a shiny new motor, has a fully sealed HEPA filter system and a fresh Fluffy Optic cleaner head that supposedly detects twice as much microscopic dust with a suite of lights and sensors as its predecessor, the Dyson V15 Detect.

And the best part? The Gen5 Detect is designed to capture 99.99% of particles down to 0.1 microns thats virus territory, people. In other words, Dysons'' latest cleaning technique is a shoo-in for a spot on our list of the best vacuum cleaners money can buy in 2022.

Dyson claims that their inventors built the vacuums new motor around a shorter shaft, combining multiple components into one and wrapping everything in a single, precision-moulded frame to ensure maximum power efficiency.

On the endurance front, this redesign certainty earns dividends. The Gen5 Detect promises a long run period of 70 minutes, which is about 10 minutes greater than the V15 Detect''s already impressive equivalent.

The Gen5 Detect does not replace its predecessors trigger, but instead opting for the same triggerless control as Dyson''s V12 Detect.

The vacuums'' new head is projected a blade of light in a manner similar to the spaceship from Close Encounters to illuminate otherwise invisible particles on floors and difficult-to-reach areas of your house.

The Gen5 Detect, a brand-new user interface (UI) that shows you in real-time when your room is clean, uses acoustics to count and categorize particle sizes, and activating bars on an LCD screen that increase and decrease as the amount of particles being removed.

The Dyson Gen5 Detect is expected to be quite costly in the United States, but it is already on sale in Australia for $AU1,499 (equivalent to $940 / 830), so were willing to advise you begin saving your money now if youre looking to upgrade your current vacuum to Dysons'' latest cleaning kit.

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