Dyson is known to many for its cordless vacuum cleaners. The company also has some vacuum robots in its portfolio, but many of them have flown under the radar. Dyson wants to make waves with the new 360 Vis Nav. This should not only be the most powerful vacuum robot on the market, but also make a corresponding difference.
The 360 Vis Nav does not offer many features apart from high suction power
Dyson advertises the new 360 Vis Nav as the most powerful vacuum robot on the market. With a suction power of 12.000 Pa (Pascal) it is twice as strong as the Roborock S8 Pro Ultra, which offers 6,000 Pa. In auto mode, a piezo sensor adjusts the suction power as needed.
There is also a eponymous one 360 Degree Camera, which is located on the top of the high-tech vacuum cleaner. There is an LED ring light around it, which allows the robot to navigate underneath furniture. With the camera and 26 integrated sensors he should be able to vacuum particularly precisely and accurately.
There are also lateral automatically foldable nozzleswhich are used to clean corners and edges.
The chassis allows the robot up to 21 mm to climb to avoid snagging on obstacles such as carpets.
With the 360 Vis Nav, Dyson focuses on the core function of a vacuum robot. There is no wipe function. A docking station is supplied, into which the robot can move after a maximum of 50 minutes running time withdraws, however, there are also no automatic emptying and cleaning function. You have to do this by hand.
If you want to call the supposedly strongest vacuum robot in the world your own, you have to dig deep into your pocket. In this country he should 1.600 Euro costs. Dyson places the 360 Vis Nav around 100 euros above the Roborock S8 Pro Ultra, which only has half the suction power but offers more features.
The 360 Vis Nav is already available in Australia. It has not yet been announced when exactly he will come to us. If you are currently looking for a vacuum robot, then take a look at our purchase advice:
What do you think of the Dyson 360 Vis Nav? Overpriced or just right for this suction power? Do you use a vacuum robot yourself? If so, which one and how satisfied are you with it? Would you be willing to pay four figures for one if the performance and feature set are right? Tell us what you think about it in the comments!