Vacuum cleaners are usually big, loud and have a cord. The new AirRAM changes all that while according to the company outpacing electric Dyson vacuums.
The AirRAM only uses 100 Watts of electricity. Its Lithium Ion battery allows an average four bedroom home to be cleaned on a single battery charge – which lasts up to 40 minutes, double that of the leading cordless competitor.
Its lightweight and ergonomic design, coupled with the cordless feature, also means that consumers can easily transport the 7½ lb.
AirRAM anywhere in the home, efficiently cleaning carpeted and hard-surfacefloors alike. Because there are no bags or canisters, emptying the AirRAM is easy as well; its highly efficient dust collection technology compacts dirt into tiny, dust free bales that can simply be dropped into the trash.
The AirRAM is also smart; it utilizes a unique Data Bridge that allows consumers to connect it (via USB) to a computer, to calculate the electricity they’ve saved and even find out how many calories were burned while vacuuming.
The AirRAM sells exclusively at Brookstone for $349.95.
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