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Imuru / Vacuum cleaner

Imuru
Imuru

The Imuru concept is an attempt to look at the vacuum cleaner design from a new perspective.

The cylinder shaped body has two big hubless wheels at the ends of it. The body is divided in to five sections of which the second ones from the sides are capabable of spinning freely the whole 360 degrees. One of these parts is housing the power cord and the other the hose.

A big handle is located at the other end of the cleaner which has the power switch and the cord retraction button on it. Twist the handle 45 degrees and pull and out comes the plastic dust container. To empty and wash it just screw the handle of like a big bottle cap.

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Kyoto Institute of Technology

Kyoto Institute of Technology
Kyoto, Japan

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