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Dyson V15 Detect review: Is this dirt bustin’ laser-guided vacuum really worth £600?

Dyson V15 Detect review

Dyson V15 Detect review (Image: DYSON)

It’s not very often that we get excited about testing a new vacuum cleaner, but when the Dyson V15 Detect arrived at our front door, we couldn’t wait to rip open the box and get cleaning. Why, you ask? Well, this latest Dyson includes some never-before-seen features, including a futuristic laser that shows exactly where the microscopic muck on your floor is hiding, making it easier to spot and get it sucked up. It also counts the particles, so you know exactly how unclean your house was. This laser-guided system certainly sounds impressive, but does it actually work and does it mean the V15 Detect is worth the £600 that Dyson wants you to stump up to own one?

Express.co.uk has been whizzing the Dyson V15 Detect around our home for the past few weeks and here’s what we think…

DYSON V15 DETECT REVIEW:

Now, you might be thinking that a laser-guided vacuum cleaner is just a gargantuan gimmick from Dyson to tempt you into buying a new gadget. And honestly, when we first heard about the technology… that thought crossed our minds too.

Founded by inventor James Dyson back in 1978, Dyson is no stranger to pushing the boundaries of new technologies. But we have to admit, the Dyson V15 Detect continues in that tradition. Clip-on the laser cleaning head, hit the power button, and a ray of green light spills out across the floor in front of you – revealing every bit of grim, crumbs, and even the tiniest spec of dust is trying to hide.

There’s something immensely satisfying about sucking up those bits of hair, crushed rice crispies, and fluff you’d usually miss with a standard vacuum and there’s no doubt that it really works …well, most of the time.

READ MORE: Lupe Pure Cordless review: Built by ex-Dyson engineers, can they beat their old boss?

Dyson V15 Detect review

The V15 Detect features a laser that’s reveals where each speck of dust is (Image: DYSON)

Dyson V15 Detect review

Dyson V15 Detect review (Image: DYSON)

One thing we’ve noticed is that the laser isn’t at its best in rooms that are bathed in sunlight. It’s not quite powerful enough to illuminate dust on the brightest summer day, so you’ll definitely spot more of that hard-to-find filth when you use it with the curtains closed or when the sun goes down.

If you don’t mind a bit of nighttime vacuuming, there’s no doubt you’ll be seriously impressed – and slightly disgusted – by what this new Dyson can find on your floors. This laser works brilliantly on hard floors with the day’s debris glowing up as you get near to it. However, don’t expect the Dyson V15 Detect to reveal what’s hiding in your carpets as it won’t.

Although that may sound disappointing, V15 Detect does come with another cleaning head in the box that absolutely loves your carpets. The impressive anti-tangle Hair Screw not only gives the fibres a really deep clean but, as the name suggests, it doesn’t get clogged with hairs and dirt, which means you don’t need to clean it.

Dyson says the head has been designed to deal with human and pet hair, with its engineers delicately tweaking the precise angle of the bristles on the tool so the muck goes straight into the dust din rather than getting tangled up. It works well and should certainly mean you’re not stuck with the horrible job of pulling old dog hair out of the brush.

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The piezo sensor reveals how much muck is being sucked up (Image: DYSON )

The next impressive new addition to the V15 Detect is its new “piezo sensor”, which analyses what is being sucked from your floors. It’s all done in real-time. A bar chart appears on the built-in display showing exactly what has been sucked up from beneath your feet.

To be honest, the colourful graphics look nice but it’s hard to fathom out what it all means and we’re not sure how many people will understand, or care, what’s being displayed. After all, when was the last time you vacuumed your home and gazed into the engorged dust bin wondering what exactly is making up the majority of the mess?

Fortunately, it’s not simply a gimmick as the piezo sensor is also able to recognise when an area of the floor has more dust on it. When it finds a dirt-filled area, it automatically pumps up the power, which is very handy.

This auto setting means the vacuum only adds more suction when it’s needed so you’ll be able to eke out more battery life. You can override this option and set things yourself, but we’ve left it in auto throughout most of our testing and it’s left our floors looking spic and span without running out of juice.

Dyson V15 Detect review

The dust bin can fill quite quickly (Image: DYSON)

Dyson V15 Detect review

The Dyson V15 Detect comes with plenty of accessories to help clean your home (Image: DYSON)

In fact, with this option switched on we were easily able to clean a four-bedroom family home and still have 50 percent left in the tank. You can also constantly see how much battery remains in the tank via the in-built screen on the top of the handle.

There’s loads to love about this clever new V15 Detect, but are there any issues?

Other than the incredibly high price tag, we honestly don’t have many complaints. It’s quite heavy to use, so might not suit everyone and the 0.7-litre dust bin fills up pretty quickly, so it will need emptying after most cleans. Fortunately, the mechanism to dump the contents into the bin are cleverly designed so that you don’t have to touch the dust, which is nice.

Like all Dyson vacuum cleaners, you can’t switch the battery pack so anyone owning a Premier League-style mansion might find it annoying when the juice runs out mid clean – especially as it does take some time to refill it again once plugged into the mains.

Other than that, this is one seriously impressive cleaning solution that comes packed with extra accessories – including a Crevice tool, Torque Drive Cleanerhead and Quick-release mini soft dusting brush – to make sure every inch of your home stays spotless.

Dyson V15 Detect review

Dyson V15 Detect review (Image: DYSON)

Dyson V15 Detect review: Final Verdict

A laser-guide vacuum may sound like a ridiculous gimmick, but it’s amazing what you’ll find hidden in plain sight on your floors when you use it. There’s something hugely satisfying about seeing the carpet of muck that you’re about to obliterate with the powerful suction. Honestly, the futuristic laser actually makes the weekly chores seem a little more fun.

The anti-tangle Hair Screw is a nice addition and the piezo sensor means this vacuum only uses full power when it really needs it, so you won’t need to worry about battery life as you power around the house.

Yes, the price tag is ridiculous. At £600, this vacuum cleaner is hugely expensive but, right now, this is definitely the best Dyson on the market. And if that’s what you’re looking for, you shouldn’t hesitate to buy one.

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DEAL OF THE DAY: Shark vacuum cleaner discounted by over 30 percent off – shop now

DEAL OF THE DAY: Shark vacuum cleaner discounted by over 30 percent off – shop now

One of the most popular cleaning products, the Shark Powered Lift Away Vacuum Cleaner is now on offer for a bargain price. Ideal for all household cleaning, don’t miss out on this limited-time deal.

From carpets to hard floors, the vacuum cleaner is designed to clean all surfaces, making it ideal to use around the house.

It’s got bagless cleaning which makes it easy to empty once full, and there’s no need to buy any bags.

It’s also designed with unique Lift-Away technology, which allows you to remove the cylinder from the base and reach every corner.

In addition, there’s a HEPA filtration system which removes allergens from the air, making it a must-have for those who suffer from hay fever.

It’s now available for £189 – shop it here on ao.com.

The discount saves customers £90 off its original price.

Free next day delivery is also available with this purchase.

One of the highest rated products on ao.com, it’s sure to sell out.

There are more deals on vacuum cleaners available on ao.com.

Discover deals here.

Free pickup is also available on items.

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DEAL OF THE DAY: Save £76 on this MIC vacuum that’s ‘super light with amazing performance’

DEAL OF THE DAY: Save £76 on this MIC vacuum that’s ‘super light with amazing performance’

The MIC Cordless Vacuum Cleaner is a lightweight stick vacuum cleaner that has the benefits of strong power while still being quiet enough to not disturb the neighbours.

Usually retailing for £169.99, the vacuum just got a major price cut of 45 percent. The vacuum is now just £93.49, saving you a massive £76.50.

If you’re thinking that a vacuum of this price can’t be that good, many of the reviews would disagree with you.

One said they were “truly surprised how good the hoover is”, adding: “I have been looking for a cordless hoover for a long time and I finally decided to get one. I am definitely not disappointed”.

The lightweight, cordless design of this five-in-one vacuum lets you get all your vacuuming done without being constricted by wires or a heavy device.

Some even went so far as to compare the vacuum to some of the best models on the market, with one saying: “This vacuum cleaner is perfect for big surfaces and for places where you can’t reach, so it’s suitable for all kinds of places.

“It makes car cleaning so easy without cables. The power of vacuuming is awesome – like Dyson but half the price.

“The battery is solid and the recharge time is great. Very well made product, I would definitely recommend this vacuum cleaner”.

If you have pet hair, this vacuum is perfectly adept at sucking up all of that fur and debris from both hardwood floors and carpets.

The long run time of 50 minutes lets you get in and properly clean all the dustiest corners of your home in one charge.

If you’re getting tired of lugging around your heavy, old school vacuum but aren’t ready to invest in a newer model – learn from this reviewer’s experience: “I have all sorts of back problems so I thought I’d try one of these as our old Henry hurts me when I drag it around.

“I’m kicking myself now for not getting one years ago as the difference is incredible”.

If you want to pick up a MIC Cordless Vacuum Cleaner for yourself, you can buy it on Amazon while it’s still on sale here.

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DEAL OF THE DAY: Save £110 on the cordless Shark Vacuum that’s ‘better than Dyson’

DEAL OF THE DAY: Save £110 on the cordless Shark Vacuum that’s ‘better than Dyson’

Shark vacuum cleaners were some of the top-selling products in last year’s Prime Day sale, with shoppers always keen to snatch up one of the best selling devices while they’re on sale – and right now, they are.

Usually retailing for £349.99, you can now pick up the Shark Anti Hair Wrap Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner for just £239.01 – that’s a massive £110.98 discount.

Many of the reviews compared this Shark vacuum to its competitors, such as Dyson – and usually, the Shark won out. One reviewer said: “I have had a Dyson for many years and then decided to try a cordless shark. Well, I am delighted with the results and amazed at how much dust and hair it is still sucking up. I would advise anyone to buy a shark ASAP”.

This innovative vacuum has amassed over 6,800 glowing 5-star reviews, with thousands of reviewers impressed with the device. This reviewer said: “ I love this cordless vacuum, more powerful than my last one. Love the fact that, when used as a handheld, it’s just as powerful. Also, I like the boost trigger and the folding for easy storage. And yes, the hair wrap function really works brilliantly”.

Although the vacuum is cordless, the 40-minute run time helps you get the best of both worlds: the freedom of moving through the house without worrying about cords, and the battery power to get you through your clean without having to stop and charge.

When you have pets, you know the struggle of getting rid of their hair. Not only does it find its way into every corner of the home, but it can also get tangled up in your vacuum and make vacuuming more of a chore than it already is. This vacuum from Shark comes with anti-hair wrap technology that removes hair from the brush roll as you clean, so you don’t have to stop and remove hair build-up, so you can get the job done faster.

Another aspect of pet ownership is vacuuming their hair from the car and furniture, which can be hard to do with a big device. This shark vacuum can convert into a handheld, making this kind of vacuuming quick and easy.

If you have limited mobility, a bad back, or you’re elderly, bending over to get under furniture and into the nooks and crannies of your home just isn’t possible. This vacuum comes with reflexology bends so that it can bend and reach under low-lying furniture.

As we head into hay fever season, it’s best to ensure we’re keeping our homes allergen-free so as to not aggravate allergy-sufferers symptoms. The anti-allergen complete seal in this Shark vacuum traps dust and allergens inside the vacuum, so you can help your home remain allergy-free. This vacuum also gives you the ability to switch from carpets to hard floors with ease, with the two brush-rolls working together in one floor head – no adjustments necessary.

If this gadget seems like just the vacuum you’re looking for, you can pick it up on Amazon while it’s still on sale here.

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Has Dyson met its match? New cordless Halo Capsule promises the power of a wired vacuum

Has Dyson met its match? New cordless Halo Capsule promises the power of a wired vacuum
The competition for the best cordless vacuum cleaner is heating up. Following the launch of the Lupe Pure Cordless, which was designed by a pair of ex-Dyson engineers, and a new laser-guided model from the behemoth vacuum brand they used to work for, Halo Capsule, a new player on the market, has arrived with some pretty lofty claims.
Like the Lupe Pure Cordless before it, the Halo Capsule promises to offer the convince of a cordless design… without skimping on the power or capacity that you’ve previously only been able to achieve with an old-fashioned wired model.

According to Capsule, which has design and development teams in the UK’s Motorsport Valley, its new Halo vacuum cleaner has almost five-times the capacity of other cordless vacuums. In total, you’ll have 1.6 litres to fill with dust, grim and other nasties before you need to kill the motor and empty the vacuum into the bin. For comparison, the laser-guided Dyson V15 only has a 0.76-litre capacity, although Dyson does sell a specific Dyson V11 Outsize to cater to those who want as few journeys to the bin as possible during a deep-clean. The latter has a 1.7-litre bin. Lupe Pure Cordless has a 1-litre bin.

Until now, most brands have limited the size of the dust bin to keep the overall size of the cordless vacuum down and to ensure it’s not too heavy to lug around your home cleaning. Halo Capsule hopes to avoid all of that by using with carbon fibre for the body.

Tipping the scales at 2.6kg, the new model is lighter than you’ll get with the latest-and-greatest from Dyson (the V15 Detect Absolute weighs-in at 3kg) and Lupe Pure Cordless (a hefty 4.6kg). You’d be forgiven for thinking that lightweight design (and enormous dust bin) would mean that Halo Capsule has had to make some compromises on grunt from the motor.

However, Capsule doesn’t seem to think that’s the case. The British company has made some lofty claims about the power of its digital motor. According to Capsule, the Halo a run time of up to 60 mins, enough to leave “both carpets and hard floor surfaces spotlessly clean”.

Halo Capsule also uses paper dust pouches to lock away the dirt and provides an excellent level of filtration through its highly efficient filters, which filters around 99.95 percent of particles down to 0.5 microns. According to the firm, the dust pouches allow for conveniently clean disposal of dirt, so your days of getting covered in dust when emptying your vacuum are gone. Better yet, Halo Capsule dust pouches are made of natural materials and compostable, so you can keep clean whilst staying green.

With a price tag of £370.95, the Halo Capsule is more affordable than both the Dyson and Lupe Pure Cordless.

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Premier League talking points: Man Utd board's benchmarks, Tuchel v Pep, Arsenal vacuum

Premier League talking points: Man Utd board's benchmarks, Tuchel v Pep, Arsenal vacuum
Matthew Dunn addresses the only real talking point to come out of the Premier League this weekend – satisfied United need to set bar higher; PL fixture farce; Chelsea boss has Guardiola’s number.
RAISE A GLASS BUT RAISE THE BAR TOO

CONGRATULATIONS to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for cementing a top four place and remaining in the title race for longer than any of Manchester City’s other challengers.

But the bad news is that such empty praise will simply not be enough next season as the United board expect some repayment for the faith they have shown.

Genuine title contenders next season right down the wire and the Champions League quarter-finals are the minimum benchmarks for the United manager next season and the next four games are going to show how close United are to achieving that.

He has his detractors, but Harry Maguire is going to be a big miss if that boot is as serious as it looks and United have to show they are solid enough without him.

Interestingly, though, United have conceded just one goal in the five games in which Maguire has not featured so it is time for that much-maligned defence to step up again.

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GAMES SCHEDULING MORE THICK THAN FAST

JUST when we seem ready to breathe a sigh of relief at getting through another difficult season through brilliant management and common sense, the Premier League cannot help but score one last own goal.

Managers grumble – that’s a given. But it is a truth universally acknowledged that asking teams to play every other day is a step too far.

No wonder Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is going to weaken his team when asked to play Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday.

The trouble is, their opponents Leicester and Liverpool are locking in a European qualification race. And in circumstances when ‘integrity of the competition’ is a phrase always looming in the background, it is a shame the Premier League have let themselves down by creating such an unnecessary problem.

With fixtures already being moved around wholesale to let fans in, this situation should have been avoided. No wonder David Moyes at West Ham is so frustrated.

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GUARDIOLA NOT TUCHEL FOR A SCHOOLING

THIS is not a rehearsal! THIS is not a rehearsal! Hopefully, for all the changes, a few alarm bells were ringing at the Etihad on Saturday.

It is just over four months since Pep Guardiola took a City squad ravaged by coronavirus to Stamford Bridge and was 3-0 up within 34 minutes.

So the fact that Thomas Tuchel found a way to make it two wins out of two against Guardiola since taking over is significant even if City had made nine changes from their usual Champions League outfit.

It is the measure of the new Chelsea manager that he seems capable of finding a way to beat anything in front of him and as Real Madrid found to their cost, City will have to be at full strength and firing on all cylinders come May 29.

WEST HAM NEED EXTRA RICE FOR CHAMPIONS LEAGUE MEAL TICKET

THERE is still a shudder at the memory of a presentation in Westfield Shopping Centre, Stratford about the future of West Ham United after their move to their new stadium.

Top of the list of ‘visions’ for the club was the simple statement, ‘Regular Champions League football’.

Even the miracle of this season looks to have left them short of achieving that holy grail even for the first time, but perhaps worse for the club would have been for them to finish in the top four and think that they had cracked it.

As has been shown in recent games, West Ham do not have the squad to mount a season-long assault on the very top of the table.

The owners should focus on unearthing, or creating, a few more Declan Rices to bolster their squad rather than having to rely on just the one.

At least if Moyes does still nick European qualification it will give the club a reality check on the playing resources required to wage battle both domestically and on the continent.

ARSENAL’S YOUNG PUPS NEED A LEAD

IN the last 12 matches, Arsenal have only managed to beat West Brom, Newcastle, Slavia Prague and Sheffield United.

Three days after stinking the place out in terms of lack of positivity or desire against Villarreal, they have what it takes to pull the plug on West Brom’s Premier League misadventure.

It is no good Arsenal players only turning it on when going is easy – it highlights the true leadership vacuum in the dressing room.

With no European football, Arsenal can focus on building from young next season – Bukayo Saka, Emile Smith Rowe, Eddie Nketiah, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Joe Willock, Reiss Nelson are testament to that.

It could be an exciting team and Mikel Arteta may even be the manager to oversee it.

Arsenal, though, need to recruit some help for him on the pitch. Urgently.

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Meet the latest Dyson vacuum rival …designed by a team of ex-Dyson engineers

Meet the latest Dyson vacuum rival …designed by a team of ex-Dyson engineers
When it comes to cordless vacuum cleaners, Dyson is comfortably the market leader. In recent weeks the company, founded by entrepreneur James Dyson, has announced a new vacuum kitted-out with a laser to highlight dust and grim that’s invisible to the human eye. However, a pair of ex-Dyson engineers hope to disrupt the British brand with their own take on the cordless cleaner.

Lupe Technology, which is headquartered in Chipping Sodbury in South Gloucestershire, was founded in 2015 by a former research manager and engineer from Dyson’s Malmesbury base in Wiltshire. The first vacuum cleaner to launch from the new start-up is called the Lupe Pure Cordless.

Most manufacturers, including Dyson, design their cordless cleaners around a handheld unit. This can be used to vacuum carpets and hard floors, while still being light enough to use to clean hard-to-reach places like stairs, car seats, and behind the back of sofa cushions. The only issue with this design is that all the gubbins – battery pack, motor, dust bin – have to be in your hand. This can make these designs a little heavy, or, in models with lighter batteries, reduce the amount of cleaning you can get done between recharges.

To solve this, the Lupe Pure Cordless opts for an upright design. As a result, from a distance, the Pure Cordless looks closer to its corded predecessors than rival cordless handheld gadgets.

But while it might not look as futuristic, there are some real advantages to this design. First of all, you don’t need to drill a hole for a specially designed holster to support and recharge your cordless vacuum. Since it’s able to free stand, it can be stashed in any cupboard or corner.

Second, since you don’t need to support the weight of all of the most important components in your hand at all times, the ex-Dyson engineers have managed to find room for a one-litre dust bin – so you won’t have to keep dashing back to the bin to eject your grim mid-clean. For comparison, the £599 Dyson V11 Absolute packs a 0.7 litre dust bin.

Of course, the upright design of the Pure Cordless also allows for a bigger battery, which Lupe says will keep vacuuming for 60 minutes between recharges. Thankfully, Lupe hasn’t skimped on suction power to achieve that impressive battery life either. According to the company, its new vacuum can provide “up to 10x” more useful suction compared to rival designs.

The Pure Cordless uses a HEPA filter, which Lupe says captures 99.99 percent of fine dust and allergens in your home as you clean. Helpfully, you won’t need to replace that filter either, since it can be washed with cold water and popped back into the vacuum between cleans.

Lupe offers a two-year guarantee on its Pure Cordless cleaner, which retails for £699, but is currently on-sale for around £569.

Speaking about the company, co-founder Pablo Montero said: “A lot of people ask me if I find our competitors like Dyson formidable. The easiest rebuttal to that is they were all like us at one point. and they were ultimately successful. I think certainly with something like a vacuum cleaner, because everyone has got one, there’s room for everyone. Although we are Dyson and Shark as competitors, actually for our business to be successful, we don’t have to be bothering them at all in terms of their businesses. Whilst it is one of those things where you could get hung up about what could happen actually the reality is it’s all fair and it’s all medical. I wouldn’t be doing this if I wasn’t risk averse, you just take it in your stride.”

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Dyson fans warned about dangerous vacuum cleaner scam sweeping the UK

Dyson fans warned about dangerous vacuum cleaner scam sweeping the UK
A number of UK residents have started to receive emails claiming to be from well-known high street stores, like Currys PC World, congratulating them on winning a Dyson vacuum cleaner. If you’ve recently bought something from Currys PC World – or simply logged onto their site to check out the latest Bank Holiday deals – there’s a good chance you might assume this prize draw is the real deal. The email includes a prominent “Get Started” button that supposedly takes you through the process to redeem the prize.

Unfortunately, it’s all a scam.

Currys PC World isn’t dishing out free Dyson vacuum cleaners at the moment. The email has been crafted to try to steal your bank details. To do that, the fraudulent Currys PC World giveaway team ask for a small £1 charge to cover the cost of delivery of your prize. If you input your credit or debit card details, this information is passed directly to the cyber crooks behind the email scam – enabling them to start their own shopping spree behind your back.

“You are the lucky online winner of a brand new Sweepstakes Dyson Vacuum entry for FREE! It will only take a minute to receive this fantastic prize,” one example of the scam email promises.

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A few variations of this scam are currently circulating in the UK, with some versions promising a free MacBook Pro or Nespresso Coffee Machine as the prize. Needless to say, all of these are fake and are designed to use the same £1 delivery charge to get access to your bank details.

Speaking about the recent email, Ray Walsh, a digital privacy expert at ProPrivacy, told Express.co.uk, “Consumers in the UK need to be on the lookout for unexpected emails from Currys PC World to avoid being scammed by a bogus competition. The email looks genuine and includes all the official logos and lettering you would expect to see from the electrical giant.

“If you follow the Get Started link to claim sought after rewards such as a Dyson vacuum cleaner or a Nespresso coffee machine – you will be asked to fill in a questionnaire. This will allow hackers to steal your information for identity theft purposes and further phishing campaigns. Some versions of the phishing email have been forwarding the recipient to a page that asks for a £1 delivery fee to post the prize. If payment details are provided, the victim will be providing their address and banking details to criminals.

“While this is a sophisticated phishing scam that successfully impersonates the popular brand, there are some clues that it is not legit. If you look carefully you will see that the emails are coming from [email protected] and not an official corporate email account. As is always the case, if something appears to be too good to be true then it is probably a scam.”

If you’re reading this article a little too late and you’ve fallen for one of these growing number of email scams, you need to act fast.

First up, report the scam to Action Fraud by calling 0300 123 2040. If you’ve entered your payment details into a website or online form that you believe was set-up by hackers, you should contact your bank to flag the mistake. This ensures they will be on high alert for any potential fraud. It also means they can provide you with a new card if they believe the details are already compromised.

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Dyson's new laser-guided vacuum will rid your house of every speck of dust

Dyson's new laser-guided vacuum will rid your house of every speck of dust
Dyson already makes some of the world’s most popular vacuum cleaners but its latest machine will make your next spring clean even easier. The new Dyson V15 Detect looks very similar to previous cordless models but tucked inside the cleaning head is a new laser that is able to reveal exactly which bits of your floor aren’t as spick and span and you may think.
It works by sending out a beam of green light which then magically reveals where even the tiniest speck of dust is resting on your surfaces.

Muck that you simply can’t see with the naked eye suddenly becomes visible so you can then make sure your home is spotless. Along with that laser-guided cleaning, the V15 also features a display on the top of the machine which can now show how much muck you’ve sucked up on your weekly clean.

This is performed via something called an acoustic piezo sensor. Now that may sound like a bit of a gimmick but this technology is actually able to monitor the dust as you move around the home and change the suction depending on what it discovers.

Considering the size of a piece of dust is around 10 microns this is pretty impressive stuff as each particle is spotted and relayed to that built-in screen.

Other features coming to the V15 include a unique anti-tangle head that stops muck and hair getting tangled up inside the brush, there also a 1.7-litre bin to hold all the dust and there should be enough power to whizz around each room in your home without it needing a refill thanks to its large 60-minute battery pack.

There’s also Dyson’s latest Hyperdymium motor which generates up to 230 air watts of suction.

“As engineers our job is to solve daily problems, and the past 12 months has created plenty of new ones with more time spent indoors” explains James Dyson, Chief Engineer and Founder. “We are allcleaning more frequently, trying to remove the additional house dust but desperate for peace of mind that our homes are truly clean. Our latest vacuums use adapted laser technology to reveal hidden dust, integrating a diode laser into the cleaner head that is precisely positioned at a 1.5 degree angle, 7.2mm off the ground to create the best contrast between dust and floor.

“We don’t think detection is enough, so we remove and meticulously size and count the particles 15,000 times a second using an acoustic piezo sensor which converts vibrations into electrical signals, displaying precisely the size and number of particles sucked up on an LCD at the back of the vacuum. The Dyson V15 Detect is both powerful and intelligent, giving the ultimate reassurance – scientific proof of a hygenic, cleaner home”.

The Dyson V15 Detect will be available soon priced at £599.

Dyson's new laser-guided vacuum will rid your house of every spec of dust

Dyson's new laser-guided vacuum will rid your house of every spec of dust

This is performed via something called an acoustic piezo sensor. Now that may sound like a bit of a gimmick but this technology is actually able to monitor the dust as move around the home and change the suction depending on what it discovers.

Considering the size of a piece of dust is around 10 microns this is pretty impressive stuff as each particle is spotted and relayed to that built-in screen.

Other features coming to the V15 include a unique anti-tangle head that stops muck and hair getting tangled up inside the brush, there also a 1.7-litre bin to hold all the dust and there should be enough power to whizz around each room in your home without it needing a refill thanks to its large 60-minute battery pack.