Dyson has unveiled a few new products including their new 360 Vis Nav robot vacuum, Gen5detect and more.
“Robotics, sensing, intelligence, these are all areas that are typically considered ‘future technology’ but at Dyson, they have long been part of product development. Our engineers have, and continue, to employ these technologies to reduce the cognitive burden on our owners, saving time, energy and effort in maintaining a healthy home – a true set-and-forget mindset. Our future vision is of a home that can look after itself. The new technologies launched today are the embodiment of this – the most powerful robotic vacuum cleaner, intelligent, large-room purification, and, for active cleaning, new cordless vacuums and cleaner head technologies that offer adaptive, multifunctional cleaning when and where you need it,” said John Churchill, Chief Technology Officer at Dyson in a press release.
Dyson 360 Vis Nav
The 360 Vis Nav is Dyson’s newest robot vacuum. The company says it has six times the suction of other robo-vacs.
“Robotic vacuum cleaners should be highly effective machines that intelligently clean your home, so you don’t have to. Enabling these autonomous cleaners relies on highly complex algorithms, visual interpretation, dust-sensing capabilities and powerful motor technology. Dyson engineers have taken everything we’ve learnt from developing our vacuum cleaners, combined it with intelligent software, to develop the Dyson 360 Vis Nav™ – the most powerful
intelligent robot vacuum cleaner,” said Jake Dyson, Chief Engineer at Dyson in a statement.
The vacuum has a 360-degree vision system using a fish eye lens along with Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) technology so it knows where it has been, where it needs to clean and can create dust maps of your home.
The device also features a full-width triple-action brush bar for hard floors, a Fluffy nylon brush for soft floors and anti-static carbon fibre filaments to remove fine dust.
The dual-link suspension in the 360 Vis Nav lets the vacuum climb up to 21mm and clean under furniture up to 99mm.
The 360 Vis Nav can be controlled via the MyDyson app and there’s voice control support via the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.
The Dyson 360 Vis Nav is set to launch in Canada sometime in 2024 for $1,899 CAD.
Dyson Purifier Big+Quiet Formaldehyde
The company also unveiled their latest purifier with the new Purifier Big+Quiet Formaldehyde.
The device has a new cone design that offers up to 10 metres of projection and a new CO2 sensor that helps it indicate when to ventilate.
Dyson says the purifier was designed to operate quietly and produces just 56 decibels of noise.
The Dyson Purifier Big+Quiet Formaldehyde is launching in Canada in July for $1,399 CAD.
The new Gen5detect cordless vacuum now features Dyson’s fifth generation of Hyperdymium motor technology.
The new vacuum has a fully sealed whole-machine HEPA filtration system that can capture 99.99% of particles down to 0.1 microns.
The Dyson Gen5detect cordless vacuum is launching on June 6th for $1,199 CAD.
Dyson also unveiled the Submarine wet roller head. The new Submarine is Dyson’s first wet and dry vacuum cleaner.
The microfibre roller on the Submarine is motor-driven and can remove spills, stains, and small debris and can clean flooring up to 1180 sqft.
There’s also a 300ml clean water tank and a durable plate will extract dirty water from the wet roller and puts it into a separate tank.
The Dyson Submarine wet roller head is launching in Canada on June 6th for $1,399 CAD.
The Dyson V15 Detect Submarine will cost $1,299 CAD and launch in late 2023.