Take A Look At How Dyson Tortures Its Vacuums (Video)
Aug 13, 2013 20:22
The polycarbonate plastic material used to make Dyson's vacuums are also the same material used to make police riot shields. Here's taking a look at the inside of its R&D labs and how it ensures it's hardware doesn't suck.
Dyson appears to take suction really seriously, and you can see how intricate and detailed their processes are. And that's why you're paying a premium for it. Check it out in the video below:
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