Samsung's New Range of Quieter Stealth Vacuum Cleaners

Samsung's New Range of Quieter Stealth Vacuum Cleaners

Range Govindan
May 21, 2010

Samsung just unveiled their new range of stealth vacuum cleaners. The big emphasis is on stealth, meaning that these vacuum cleaners are supposed to be quieter than others. It's true that a quieter vacuum is nice, especially if you clean a lot, because of pets or kids.

Most people just listen to music while they vacuum. The usual vacuum is quite loud and can be a bit of a bother, depending what your family situation is like. Seniors and smaller children can be sensitive to loud noises. Samsung isn't creating something new. A lot of manufacturers have been trying to create quieter vacuum cleaners.

Samsung's new line of Stealth vacuum cleaners will have improved performance and functionality. They sport a noise level of only 58dB, thanks to their whisper quiet technology. That's the sound of a normal conversation, significantly lower than normal vacuum cleaners, which tend to be between 65-75 dB. That's pretty quiet, because usually, a normal conversation won't really disturb many people. Sure, it would be better if it could be at 30 dB, the sound level of whisper, but this technology isn't at that stage yet.

The vacuum cleaners feature a bunch of different features, from a dirt sensor that detects dust and debris and improved suction thanks to a brush that rotates 40,000 per minute. The Dirt sensor goes from red to blue when the area has been cleaned, which is kind of cool. Dual filtration, HEPA filters, a multi-chambered system, and other tech make this a viable alternative if you need to cut down on the noise pollution in your home.

[via Appliancist, photos by Samsung]

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