Contemporary consumers particularly enjoy electronics with smooth edges and an overall sleek aesthetic. The Electrolux Robot Vacuum embodies these qualities, all the while incorporating sharper features that are necessary for doing its job more effectively.
The circular robo-vac is a common manifestation of the remote hoover; however, this design rarely accounts for cleaning the four or more corners that are found within every room. Vincent Säll and Emil Frykberg thus looked to the triangle for inspiration to develop a shape that could nose its way into little nooks.
The three-pointed form was softened greatly by curving the case of the Electrolux Robot Vacuum. Its superior power would suck up dust and dirt from the floor right in front of it so that you could trust this device to tidy properly without supervision.
The Electrolux Robot Vacuum was Designed with Nooks and Crannies in Mind
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