Samsung Silencio Cylinder Vacuum – Is This How Master Chief Cleans House?

Samsung SC9540 vs. Master Chief Helmet (Images courtesy Samsung & Adam Grumbo)
By Andrew Liszewski

I could extol the virtues of the Silencio canister vacuum from Samsung, with its multi chamber system that traps 99.3% of dust, as well as a suction power rating of 360 air watts. But I know a lot of you will simply choose this particular vacuum because the canister portion bears a striking resemblance to Master Chief’s helmet. In fact with a bit of gold and green paint you’d probably be happy to leave this thing parked next to the 360 all day long.

Other features include an infrared handle that can be used to change the suction power or turn the vacuum on or off, a HEPA 13 filtration system that catches 99.95% of micro particles, and Silver Nano technology applied to the dust bin and filters preventing the build up of bacteria and other odor causing agents inside. I can’t think of a better way to clean up those Cheetos and Doritos crumbs after a marathon gaming session.

[ Samsung Silencio Canister Vacuum ] VIA [ Crave ]

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