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    Dyson Cinetic Science Vacuums

    Dyson Cinetic Science Vacuums uses cinetic technology

    Dyson Cinetic Science Vacuums with Vibrating Flexible Tips

    While bagless vacuums are great, there is still the minor inconvenience of cleaning and replacing those filters to make sure you’re getting enough suction.  Dyson’s new Cinetic Science vacuums, which include both an upright and a low-slung version, use rapidly vibrating flexible tips (350 times a second) to prevent dust from blocking the aperture, making sure that all the dust and dirt reach the bin without any kind of filter maintenance. Supposedly, the Cinetic Science line will operate at peak performance even after 10 years of duty.


    Models and Availability

    Now these new Dyson Cinetic Science vacuums aren’t exactly cheap. Like most Dysons, you’ll be paying a bit to get one of these maintenance-free machines. The compact Cinetic Animal will start at $550, the Cinetic Big Ball Animal will run around $600, and $700 for an allergy-friendly variant of the Big Ball.

    Dyson Cinetic Science Vacuums are filter maintenance free

    QVC will start selling the vacuums in the US on January 15th, and the rest of the retail world will start rolling them out March 1st.

    Dyson Cinetic Science Vacuums use flexible hoses
    Stay tuned for reviews on all. 

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