Wyze’s Handheld Vacuum Can Pick up Multiple Bowling Balls

With the presentation of the first handheld vacuum cleaner this week, Wyze is expanding its budget-friendly product range beyond safety devices.

The Wyze Handheld Vacuum is only $ 60 and apparently has the kind of suction that can wreak havoc around the house if the device is used without care and attention. In fact, the marketing materials claim that the cleaner “takes the power of a tornado into your hand”. In that case, you should move all pets to another room when you start the thing.

To further highlight its impressive absorbency (rated 16,800 Pascals), the product introduction video includes a clip of the cleaner that contains not one, not even two, but three 8-pound bowling balls. However, the fact that it appears to be a piston doing the job begs the question, “Wouldn’t a piston do it on its own?” If you happen to have a piston and bowling ball in your closet, let us know.

Other notable features include a stainless steel pre-filter screen that blocks large particles like dirt and hair and a second-layer HEPA 11 filter screen that filters out fine dust and allergens. Both filters are also washable.

Pre-orders for the new Wyze cleaner come with a range of attachments, such as: B. a flat nozzle, an extension hose, a brush tool and a splitting tool. No sign of a piston.

Three rechargeable batteries with a total capacity of 6,000 mAh should provide 30 minutes of cleaning time on a single charge. Once the canister is full, you can empty it using the machine’s one-button release mechanism.

Pre-orders are now open, but there is no indication of when they will start shipping. We asked Wyze from Seattle for an answer and will update this article as soon as we hear something. In the meantime, take a moment to review Digital Trends’ pick of the best wireless vacuum cleaners for 2021.

Since Wyze announced up to 30 new products were in the works early last year, the company has unveiled additional security devices, a $ 20 smartwatch, a $ 50 thermostat, and a $ 50 sprinkler control.

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