Black & Decker has launched a new Dustbuster, created by the household appliance manufacturer’s in-house product design team over the past 11 months. The redeveloped mini-vacuum cleaner includes improved ergonomics, plus on-board tool storage for a crevice tool and soft brush. Black & Decker lead industrial designer Mark Stratford says: ‘The tool moulding enables it to clip off to allow for Ni-cad [battery] removal, but also for the consumer to use as a tool storage area. The charging bases also allow a tool caddy to nest within the base for storage of additional cleaning tools.’
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