There is no doubt Dyson is in the forefront of technologies in cordless vacuum cleaner. But damn, their stick vacuum cleaner are pricey. In vacuum cleaner’s world, they cost a fortune.

Proscenic P10 Pro Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

Thankfully, there is no lack of companies wanting to give Dyson a run for its money. Proscenic is one of them and its new Proscenic P10 Pro Cordless Vacuum Cleaner might a good alternative to the Rolls-Royce of stick vacuum cleaners.

Proscenic P10 Pro Cordless Vacuum Cleaner is a 4-in-1 vacuum cleaner that boasts anti-tangle technology to cost any hair or fibers caught in the roller brush, LED light to light up dark corners, and an integrated touch screen display.

Powering the P10 is an advanced turbo 3.0 360W motor with cyclonic technology that provides a maximum suction power of 25,000 pa to suck up anything from dust and debris to crumbs and pet hairs.

Proscenic P10 Pro Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

It offers three suction intensity and it is suited for a variety of surfaces, including hardwood, tiles, laminate, rugs and carpet. Speaking of carpet… it has V-boost technology which will kick in automatically to increase the suction power when it detect carpets.

The vacuum further touts Anti-Pathogen Sealed Technology and a 4-stage HEPA filtration system that ensure 99.9% of particles are trapped, keeping dust and allergens from spilling back into the air.

The Proscenic P10 Pro Cordless Vacuum Cleaner is kept juiced by a 2,000 mAh removable battery that delivers up to 52 minutes of continuous suction with just 2.5 hours charging.

Proscenic P10 Pro Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

Save for the lack of laser, the Proscenic P10 Pro Cordless Vacuum Cleaner sure sounds like it has every new features the new Dyson stick vacuum, but at 25% of Dyson’s asking price, at US$179.

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Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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