The new design promises it won't fall over, and requires no filter or maintenance costs

Dyson has pioneered the reinvention of the vacuum cleaner. Once one of the most cumbersome cleaning accessories, consumers continue to have a love/hate relationship with the loud closet monster that instills fear in pets every time it's turned on. When Dyson first hit the market, people stopped replacing bags, saw the death of poor suction and were able to reclaim upholstered furniture from pet hair. Dyson began streamlining cleaning routines, making them much more efficient. This week, the company has introduced one of its most advanced products yet — the Cinetic.

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