The Dyson Vacuum brand is loved like no other dust sucking machine. It’s gotta be their kick ass design, which screams opulence and sophistication – who would of thought a vacuum cleaner could have done that. Now after 5 years of R&D, Dyson has built their smallest sucker, the DC26. It weighs just over 7.5lbs and supposedly has a footprint that is no larger than a piece of paper. There’s no word on a US release, but it’s supposedly available in the UK starting today for £249.99 ($405).
So what’s the point? London, and many western European cities offer very small apartments – think NYC small. So a large vacuum isn’t practical and just because you live small doesn’t mean you should vacuum with a dust buster. So hence the DC26.