Alright guys, I really need your opinion on this one. I'm a little older, but aren't vaccums supposed to pick up dirt? :-) Read this interesting article I found on the Daily Mail and let me know what you think. If you ask me, companies better start performing some internal quality tests and own up if they are falling short on their claims.
After VW, now Dyson says Germans cheated in VACUUM tests too: Company accuses rivals Siemens and Bosch of using trickery to make appliances appear greener
- Two models from Siemens and Bosch have highest EU energy efficiency
- B ut James Dyson's firm claims consumption is closer to banned levels
- In European tests, vacuum cleaners are not required to suck up any dust
- Dyson claims cleaners have sensor that detects dust and increases power
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3281919/After-VW-Dyson-says-Germans-cheated-VACUUM-tests-Company-accuses-rivals-Siemens-Bosch-using-trickery-make-appliances-appear-greener.html#ixzz3pd1CrDLV
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