I don’t think much of vacuum cleaners: even the best suffer from avoidable design flaws.
Dysons have all the usual shortfalls, as well as some of their own and they cost £200 more than their rivals.
Maybe I dislike them most because Mr Dyson persists in mythologising about the utility of intellectual property for inventors.
Anyway, today’s invention is an attempt to introduce some levity into the somewhat self-regarding world of Dyson hoovers.
It’s a set of stick-on aftermarket facial features for Dysons (to make them look more like Henrys)…and convert them into James; a rather ponsified, know-it-all character who employs other, menial cleaners to deal with the actual dirt.