By now, we should be all quite familiar with Dyson Bladeless Fan. Some of you may had made one yourself using common parts or 3D-printed one. Those are nothing new at this point, but a DIY bladeless fan crafted entirely out of discarded wood scraps? I bet you haven’t seen or heard of it.
Cordless stick vacuum cleaner is not new, but it will surprise you that one of the world’s largest domestic appliances maker, Miele, wasn’t on the bandwagon… well, that’s until now. Folks, meet Miele Triflex Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner and it is here to give Dyson a run for its money.
There are a lot of ways to be eco-conscious. In addition to turning away from single-use plastics, straws included, you can use eco-friendly appliance like what Indore, India-based industrial designer Saksham Mahajan proposed.
Remember the super awesome jet engine ceiling fan from nearly four years ago? Well, the person responsible, Kurt Eldrup of Phighter Images and Aviation Flying Furniture, has landed himself a major gig.
The HVAC world is incredibly diverse, and there are practically countless models and types to choose from. The question is, how do you go about finding the right one for your home or business? Here are some tips.
LG is giving Dyson a run for its money with two new vacuum cleaners with new mopping capabilities. The first is the LG CordZero A9 Stick Vacuum that does vacuuming and mopping with a single stick-type device and the second is a new dedicated mopping robot called CordZero Robotic Mop.
Just when we thought the next evolution in home cleaning is robot vacuum with mopping function, Narwal surfaced and changes all that. Narwal is a robot vacuum and mop with a twist. A wonderful twist, actually.
It’s OK if you haven’t heard that Dyson has a robot vacuum called 360 Eye in its portfolio because, it is so pricey that many would pretend it never existed. It is also perfectly fine if you didn’t know that it has a second-generation robot vacuum called Dyson 360 Heurist because, it won’t be available […]
Robot vacuum is a norm these days. But believe me. You won’t want to pick up just any robot cleaner. I am using one and let me tell you this: it is merely machine that sucks dirt and has wheels. It is not even remotely close to being “smart”. Then Puppyoo R6 came along and […]
It makes no sense that you have to physically mop after your robot vacuum is done with picking up the dirt, but with the Roborock S5 Max Robot Vacuum you don’t have to because, it does both chores in one machine, unlike iRobot’s proposition which is two separate machines.