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Dyson’s V15 Detect vacuum cleaner uses a green laser to illuminate your gloomy floors

Another year, another Dyson vacuum. 2021 brings some of the biggest changes we’ve seen in a long time, but that’s why the company is jumping from V11 all the way to V15. Especially the new V15 Discover packs a green laser to help you see how gloomy your floors are.

While many vacuum cleaners already use LEDs to help you see dirt on your floor, Dyson tries to collect them all by including a much cooler sounding green laser instead (only available on the ̵

6;Fluffy’ hardwood cleaning head intended). The laser is accurately angled to 1.5 degrees and 7.2 mm from the ground to make dust as visible as possible.

Why green, you ask? Dyson says it provides the best contrast. Which I guess makes sense; a white LED would be difficult to see on a light surface, but I have never seen one with bright green floors.

But it’s not just the light show that gives you a better idea of ​​how clean your floors actually are. The vacuum also includes a new acoustic piezo sensor that actually tells you how much dust you are absorbing. This sensor also allows the vacuum to increase suction when it comes across a large amount of dust. Once the levels have stabilized, the suction of the vacuum will return to normal.

Dyson goes so far as to show an overview of dust size and quantity on the vacuum’s LCD screen. It’s not something I ever thought I would know, but it’s still pretty cool considering how accurate the sensor claims to be; Dyson says the sensor can detect particles as small as 10 microns – the size of some bacteria.

Aside from telling you how gloomy your floors are with scientific precision, Dyson claims that the new vacuum cleaner accessories are probably the most annoying problem with vacuum cleaners everywhere: hair tangled in the brush bar.

For the new mini-motorized brush head – intended for cleaning furniture and the like – the company developed a new conical brush sleeve that is able to spiral hair and fur in the dust container instead of letting it tangle and build up over time.

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For the larger brush bar, Dyson instead uses what constitutes a fancy hair comb to gather the hair and prevent it from tangling around the brush bar.

But wait, there’s more! After introducing the supersize Dyson Outsize last year that was intended for giant American homes, Dyson today announced a smaller variant of the vacuum intended for smaller rooms called the Dyson Omni-glide.