Dyson Is Selling £22 Vacuums For Children That Actually Work
Children enjoying themselves is something most of us are vehemently opposed to; the mere sight of them innocently laughing and playing is enough to make the blood boil. But what if there was a way of ensuring their play wasn't a complete waste of time?
Well, James Dyson and his cronies may just have the solution. The Casdon Dyson Toy Cordless Vacuum is a smaller replica of the DC59 model, meaning your child will no longer be able to come out with their usual 'it's too big and heavy' bullshit excuses not to muck in around the house.
After all, encouraging children to use their imagination is all well and good, but it's not enough to simply imagine your carpets are clean, is it now?
The vacuum has an easy to empty dust compartment for once your child has finished picking up all the shit they've trodden into the rug. It can also be simply converted into a hand held unit, just in case your child has had enough fun for one day and you need to take over.
However, it seems unlikely your child will get bored of using this 'toy', as it comes with a built in clear cylinder containing colourful moving balls, designed to trick your child into thinking they are having fun.
Better still, the vacuum is only £21.99 ($28.30) on Very, so why not cross Fortnite off their wish list and have an economical Christmas?
Parents who have already bought their children the gift of cleanliness have shared glowing reviews of the product.
One customer said: "My little girl always wants to help vacuum with our Dyson. This is the perfect product which helps her help us without the worry of her dropping our real one!"
Another added: "I bought this for my son's 3rd birthday, he absolutely loves it. He doesn't stop playing with it... real sound. And he enjoys helping mummy with housework."
A third user bought the product for their nieces who love using the adult vacuum.
They said: "I've bought two for my nieces for Christmas as they both like using the real ones so can't wait to see their faces when they open them."
Here's hoping this innovation could signal the end of play without an end product. Next in the pipeline is a fill in the blanks toddler tax return kit and a talking Basil Brush toilet brush that makes scrubbing shit fun.
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