Where do Your Vacuum Cleaner Stand on the Brexit Angle?

Where do Your Vacuum Cleaner Stand on the Brexit Angle?
In addition to vacuum cleaners and Dyson vacuum parts, Dyson is also famous for gadgets that blow hot air. Well! These days, this list includes the company’s founder James Dyson, who is blasting the media with his views on Brexit.

Recently, the outspoken inventor suggested that Britain should walk away from talks with the EU. “Walk away and they will come to us.”

So if you are looking for a dust buster, you surely can’t ignore the brexit angle to it now, can you? Needless to say, going to the market for your variety of cleaning needs, the names that come to mind are Dyson, Miele, Vax, Henry and Bosch. So now that the Brexit is in the air, where do these brands  stand in the market for you?

James Dyson, the inventor behind the Dyson product range, employs almost 3500 people at R&D base in Malmesbury, Wiltshire. The company manufactures in Singapore and exports around the world from there. With record profits in 2016 despite having to pay WTO tariffs on its products, Dyson is one of the most important player in the market.

Miele appliances and Miele vacuum bags are the common name  for the middle-class kitchen. This steady German company is jointly owned by the Miele and Zinkann families. Set up in Gütersloh, the North Rhine-Westphalia city,its products can make you feel good about the purchase.

The late Midlands entrepreneur, Vax built a prototype vacuum cleaner after winning a contract to clean Newport Pagnell service station. It was found that nothing at all in the market is capable of cleaning its greasy carpets. But Vax did it with flying colors.

So what about the smiley vacuums, Henry manufactured by British company Numatic International in Chard, Somerset. Founded nearly 50 years ago by Chris Duncan, he told one interviewer that the British company had “no fears of returning to a degree of national independence”.

Founded by Robert Bosch in Stuttgart in 1886, the German multinational, has taken the Brexit vote to heart. They described the outcome as utterly disappointing. Bosch has been in the market for more than a century now. It employs more than 5,000 people working across 41 sites.

If you are still confused on which one of these vacuums is worth the investment, you could always just buy any one on the Black Friday sale like everyone else.

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