Spring has sprung, and with it Guru’s wallet sprang open to exchange money for goods. In this case, a new vacuum cleaner. Alright so Guru didn’t stray far from the status quo on (£250), but it’s nothing if not impressive. The vast selection of cyclone generators on top of the cleaner looks mighty mean, and it sucks like nobody’s business, successfully inhaling all the hair Guru’s beloved pet Chompsky sheds, plus the crumbs that are the natural result of Guru’s flamboyant lunching style. This new Dyson is dinky, too, housing a vast amount of power in a tiny package. GaGu could only find it in yellow, though.

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