Dyson has been determined to make 2021 years wireless emptiness by launching no less than four new vacuum cleaners in a few weeks each other. Dyson V15 detects, which is the most innovative wireless vacuum of floorcare Stalwart to date to disperse laser without or less, has been followed by two compact cable cleaners. Weighing almost half of the number of V15 detects, they are some of the lightest cordless vacs available for now and are designed primarily for use on hard floors than carpets.
Dyson Micro 1.5kg, which is not surprising weight 1.5kg and is one of the more ridiculous monikers used by Dyson, is the lightest and most dense wireless dust cleaner until now. It comes with a traditional cleaning head for a hard floor, while Dyson Omni-Glide has a new type of new cleaning head with two roller brushes, and four 360 degree castors, so they can move in all directions. It can also lie fully flat.
Both are ideal if you have a small house or want a vacuum that can clean in a tight room, but aside from their different cleansing heads, you might be wondering what the difference is and whether they are both among the best vacuum cleaners on the market today – and We have tested the depth to find out.
They both have the main part containing motorbikes, cyclones – which produce centrifugal forces to keep dust and dirt in the tube – and dust tubes. With a traditional looped handle, Dyson Micro 1.5kg looks like a smaller version of Dyson V15 Detect.
Meanwhile, Omni-Glide looks different from Vuums without other Dyson cables thanks to the vertical handle, which is above the main unit, rather than a traditional handle that forms the loop on the back of the main unit. The vertical handle also accommodates a swappable battery, which makes it longer than traditional handles too.
Both have power buttons rather than traditional triggers to turn on and off vacuum, even though in Dyson micro 1.5kg, this can be found on the front of the motorbike but is in the handle of Dyson omni-glide.
Micro 1.5kg and Omni-Glide can be used in stick mode, with sticks and cleaning heads installed on the tube, or converted into handheld mode and used with one of the tools they use.
We found Micro 1.5kg comfortable to use in handheld mode but omni-glide is not complicated to survive thanks to the vertical handle. The two cordless cleaners have 805 gallons of the same / 8.02 liters of dust too.
Power and battery life
Dyson Micro 1.5 kg and Dyson Omni-Glide is quite evenly distributed when it comes to suction.
Both have two levels of power and on the test, collect fine dust and cereal from the hard floor only in one slow sweep, placing them among the best wireless vacuum we have tested.
However, Dyson Omni-Glide beat micro 1.5kg when it comes to battery life; Although both managed 20 minutes at the lowest power setting, Dyson Micro lasted only five minutes in the maximum power setting, while Dyson Omni-Glide managed 18 minutes.
Both vacuum has an accurate way to measure battery levels like the rest of the runtime counter found in V15 detection. Instead, you will only know the battery needs to be refilled when the vacuum cleaner will not live and a small blue LED light for a few seconds after pressing the power button. But omni-glide has a battery that can be exchanged, hidden in the handle, so you can make sure your cleaning session is not disconnected if the battery dies by replacing it with a full-filled battery.
It provides you buy an additional battery, while the 1.5kg micro battery is built into the handle.