Vaccum Makers Find New Opportunities In Home Gyms & The Car
Dyson may have innovated the suction cleaner but other companies are getting creative with their use of the regular household item.
Know anyone that enjoys vacuuming? There must be some kind of vacuum enthusiast organization out there somewhere. And they’re probably going to get pretty excited by these two models. While vacuums might be synonymous with mundane chores, these units aim to offer health benefits and time savings.
The Gtech AirRam is a cordless vacuum cleaner that runs off a rechargeable battery pack. In place of a dirt collection bag or bin, the cleaner compacts dirt into small bales which get dumped into a trash can. The AirRam also features the Data Bridge, which is accessed through a USB port connected to a computer. Using Gtech’s app, the Data Bridge can provide energy use information, battery health, and even calculate the amount of calories a user has burned while cleaning. The AirRam only weighs 7.7 pounds so don’t count on getting a serious workout with it.