John Biggs is a dirty, dirty man. So dirty, in fact, that Dyson felt that he needed a Dyson Root 6, the only handheld vacuum that doesn't lose suction. So what does dirty Biggs think?
The device is quite sturdy and large, much bigger and beefier than a Dust Buster or other similar devices. In terms of sucking, boy does it suck. We were able to grab big hunks of dirt outside as well as flour in the kitchen. It comes with a long nozzle attachment along with a little brush attachment, a recharger, and a battery.
Interestingly enough, the Root 6's motor is so powerful that the vacuum begins to shift when you turn it on, making you feel like it might go out of control and suck up your pets. We haven't completely dirtied it up yet, so we haven't tested the suction claim, but if its anything like the Ball we have now, we'll be pretty impressed.
Sounds like this baby is worth every penny of its $149.99 price tag.
Dyson Root 6 Puts Its Root Down [CrunchGear]