Dyson 360 Eye vacuum review: the robot that sucks (but in a good way)
The 360 Eye is both smaller and taller than most other robot vacuums. It’s 23cm in diameter, which is 12cm less than its biggest competitor, the iRobot Roomba 900 series, but it’s also 12cm tall, which makes it 3cm taller than the Roomba.
Docked, as it spends most of its time, the 360 Eye takes up significantly less floor space than wider competitors, which makes it easier to live with, and its smaller diameter means it can also get into and out of tighter gaps. For instance, the 360 Eye can weave in and out of table and chair legs better than competitors so you don’t have to stack chairs on top of tables on scheduled-clean mornings.