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Inflatable Vacuum Cleaner

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Vacuum cleaners rely on a motor to suck air into a container which will either be a bag or a cylinder with a vortexy thing in. This idea is for the vacuum cleaner to be made from some soft material and for the internal air pressure to be used to inflate the cleaner, the handle and a soft outer skin. This last feature will enable it to not need wheels, but instead bounce down the stairs and roll along the floor after you as you pull it along by the hose.
hippo, Jan 09 2007

Hover Vacuum Cleaner http://www.shinyshi...overing_cleane.html
[hippo, Jan 10 2007]


       [+] pour des raisons évidentes.
skinflaps, Jan 09 2007

       A hover Vac!!! You have invented a HOVER VAC!!! Where do I get one! Do they come with Roomba style self control? Sign me up! A big crossaint smothered with Brittany butter and plum preserves for you!
Galbinus_Caeli, Jan 09 2007

       I'd buy one.   

       buggar [skinny] got there before my cue :)
po, Jan 09 2007

       [GC] It's not quite a Hover Vacuum Cleaner (which has already been done - see link) - more a big, bouncy ball, inflated by the vacuum cleaner airflow and half-full of vacuum cleanings.
hippo, Jan 10 2007

       It'd certainly make it easier to put away. Except for the lumpy bits in there.
Ian Tindale, Jan 10 2007

       Perhaps it could suck itself up for storage. Lumpy bits and all.
ldischler, Jan 10 2007

       ... then inflate with a bicycle pump!
po, Jan 10 2007


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