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Electrolux Lab Test: Vacuuming with music

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Uploaded on Dec 9, 2009

Music assisted vacuuming increases the number of nozzle sweeps, improves the cleaning result and leaves a general feeling of happiness. These were some of the results of an Electrolux lab study to investigate the compatibility of music and vacuuming. The study was part of the development for Electrolux latest product: the Ultrasilencer. It is the most silent vacuum cleaner in the world, so quiet that it doesnt hinder the enjoyment of music, even on a low volume.

Electrolux researchers investigated different styles of music, including: classical, R&B, pop, rock and jazz. Different factors were taken into consideration such as: heartbeat, dust pick up performance, number of sweeps with the nozzle, the difference between estimated and actual cleaning time, as well as the users flow and general sence of happiness during the test.
Visit http://www.electrolux.se/ultrasilencer for images and the report from the study ( in Swedish). DISCLAIMER: the site referred to in the video is only available in swedish. Follow this link to dowload the report as a pdf in english http://tinyurl.com/y8bjftf

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