Dyson revolutionized the vacuum cleaner market, but it was still totally absent from a still quite young market, that of all-in-one vacuum cleaners capable of cleaning floors. With its Dyson V15 Detect Submarine, the English manufacturer intends to become the new benchmark for an ever cleaner and healthier interior.
Dyson completely shook up the canister vacuum market to begin with, before doing so with the stick vacuum market. It has succeeded each time in positioning itself with high-end products, ranging today from air purifiers to fans, through heaters, devices for drying hands or even hair straighteners. The English manufacturer returns to its first love, soil treatment with a Dyson V15 Detect Submarine, an all-in-one capable of both vacuuming and deep cleaning floors.
A pressurized brush
This new product is based on the latest Dyson V15 stick vacuum. It has a new washing brush added which, as always with Dyson, is a concentrate of technologies. Thus, it has an anti-detangling brush that has already proven itself since the V11.
Added to this is a motorized microfiber roller that is dedicated to spills and stubborn stains. The roller humidification system consists of eight stages, passing through a pressurized chamber for optimal distribution and humidification across the width of the roller.
In addition to the clean water tank of 300 ml – which should clean 110 m² of floor according to Dyson – there is a second dedicated to dirty water of 360 ml.
Dyson does not skimp on the suction part either with a motor running at 125,000 rpm for a suction of 240 air watts. We still have microscopic particle filtration, 99.99% of particles down to 0.3 microns are captured. In both washing and vacuuming mode, you will also have access to a report on the cleaning carried out, including the type of particles.
The Dyson V15 Detect Submarine wants to correct the defects of competing products that are already well installed. However, offered at 849 euros, it is on average 50 to 25% more expensive than its closest competitors and while displaying a smaller size and many more technologies. To see if these really make a difference.
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