Dyson has invented new de-tangling technology for those pesky human and pet hair

As of today, Dyson has refreshed its range of vacuum cleaners with a new de-tangling technology. This new tech can be found on their new de-tangling brush bar, cordless Pet Groom Tool, Scratch Free Dusting Brush and Awkward Gap Tool attachment.

While their latest Dyson V15 Detect vacuum cleaner already has an anti-tangle comb, this latest tech seems to perform even better from the sound of it.

The new brush bar is definitely inspired by their previous design and now perfected. It features 56 hair removal vanes, precisely angled to ensure all hair types (human, cats, dogs, etc) go directly into the cleaner head.

There are surely those who own “exotic” pets at home and not just cats or dogs, so the Dyson engineers and microbiologists actually studied a variety of animals like alpaca, rabbits, donkeys, and horses. These help them tremendously in designing the perfect technology to capture and filter dangerous substances and unseen objects.

Dyson de-tangling brush bar

The result, is a brush bar with hair removal vanes that can match the dimensions of the brush bar while maintaining detangling performance across all hair types. And it’s not just hair here to worry about. Pet dander and dried-on saliva is also a problem so these research are crucial to creating a proper filtration system inside the Dyson machines.

According to Dyson Global Dust Study, 1 in 2 pet owners allow their pets to sleep on the beds. My wife did this before we got together, and unfortunately her husband doesn’t like this idea and now our dog sleeps on his own bed. But if your pets do sleep with you, note that there are a lot more to worry about than having pet hair on your bed. Viruses and house mite faeces can reside on your pets without you knowing.

The new brush bar is called the “Digital Motorbar”, I believe.

Dyson Pet Groom Tool

The Groom tool is back and engineered to remove not just your dog’s loose hair, but also pet dander and microscopic skin flakes. It’s also now compatible with Dyson cordless range vacuum cleaners. It has 364 bristles angled at 35°.

It reminds me when I reviewed their Dyson Groom back in 2011 and pretty sure there are lots of new tech and genius design on the newer Dyson Groom Tool here.

Dyson Scratch-free Dusting Brush

The new brush is equipped with 8,100 ultrafine and densely packed Polybutylene Terephthalate (PBT) polymer filaments, a material inspired by fine paint and makeup brushes. The bristles are tapered to just 0.05mm, to avoid scratching of delicate surfaces. It’s perfect to clean your screens or delicate furniture and devices at home.

There is also a rotating cuff to remove dust and debris safely, easily, and more hygienically.

Dyson Awkward Gap Tool

Like its name, the tool is designed to clean those awkward spaces with tight corners. Dyson’s new Awkward Gap Tool twists 22o, the optimum angle for cleaning hardest-to-reach places around your home and also car. Dyson engineers have also made sure that the maximum suction performance can still be maintained.

Dyson’s new de-tangling technology is available on the Dyson V15, Dyson V12, Dyson Outsize, Dyson V11, Dyson Cyclone V10, and Dyson V8 (make sure to check my reviews on those machines too while you’re here).

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