The Dyson 360 Vis Nav robot vacuum is designed to suck right to the corners of your home

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Getting a robot vacuum cleaner to clean right to the edges of your home has long been a challenge for even the best robot vacuums.

After years on the sidelines, Dyson has entered the market in Australia with the D-shaped 360 Vis Nav, which is designed to give your home an intense clean right to the very edges of your room.

Launching in Australia on 25 May 2023 with an RRP of $2,399, the Dyson 360 Vis Nav is bursting at the seams with high-tech wizardry that Dyson promises will deliver an incredible clean.

All-seeing, all knowing

The “360” component of this robot vacuum’s name refers to the 360-degree vision system, which uses a fisheye lens to give the vacuum a full panoramic view of your home.

26 on-board sensors help it avoid any obstacles, while the on-board processor works with the information to intelligently know where it is and where it has cleaned in order to intelligently clean your whole home.

A dedicated piezo sensor monitors dust levels 15,000 times a second in order to quickly adjust the suction power as required.

The Dyson 360 Vis Nav charging with someone holding a phone in front of it

Suction power

In a way, the majority of Dyson’s success is built around its incredible high-speed motors. For the 360 Vis Nav, Dyson has included its Hyperdymium motor, which spins at up to 110,000rpm.

This creates a huge amount of suction to remove dust from all types of surfaces, without losing suction power.

To ensure that there’s plenty to pick up, Dyson has also included its new triple-action brush bar.

This brush bar combines a fluffy nylon for cleaning hard floors, anti-static carbon fibre filaments collect fine dust particles on hard floors, and soft nylon bristles will dig into carpets to ensure no dust particles are left behind.

Right to the edge

While the D-shaped design is a big part of Dyson’s plans to clean right in your corners, there’s also the notable inclusion of an extending side actuator. This redirects suction to the side of the vacuum when on-board sensors detect a wall.

All the dust is run through Dyson’s whole machine HEPA filter, which traps dust and 99.99% of particles as small as 0.1 microns.

A simple one-handed bin emptying ejection mechanism makes cleaning the robot vacuum easy as well.

It doesn’t feature an emptying charging station like the Ecovacs Deebot X1 Plus, though, so you’ll need to empty after every clean. There’s also no mopping function.

A stylised image showing the Dyson 360 Vis Nav vacuuming right to the edge

Software

Naturally, as a robot vacuum there’s app control through the MyDyson app, which allows for scheduled cleaning, rules and routines and custom cleaning zones.

You also get detailed reports of your clean. This means you know where the dust and dirt are causing the most trouble.

Pricing and availability

The Dyson 360 Vis Nav™ is available from 25th May 2023 for an RRP of $2,399.

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  • Nick Broughall

    Nick is the founder and editor of BTTR. He is an award winning product reviewer, who has spent the last 20 years writing, editing and publishing technology and consumer content for brands like Finder, Gizmodo and TechRadar.

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