Today in woah: A woman using a vacuum cleaner to scale the side of a building
Vacuums can be used for so many things. Like vacuuming and…scaling the side of skyscrapers?
One woman has officially proved that vacuums are multi-functional machines beyond what we ever even imagined. For example, they can clean floors AND help you scale the side of a building. Sierra Blare-Coyle, world-wide extreme climber and all-around badass, helped LG prove just how strong the suction power of the Cord Zero vacuum actually is. (BTW seriously intense way to market the strength of a vacuum cleaner.)
Blare-Coyle used the vacuum suctioning powers of the apparently super suction-y vacuum to scale the side of a really, really tall building in South Korea. Of course, she wore a harness — you know, just in case the vacuum wasn’t suction-y enough. But spoiler alert, it was.
She made it all the way to the top with literally no help other than the vacuum. If that doesn’t prove that the LG Cord Zero vacuum is able to efficiently suck dirt from your floors, we’re not sure what will.
Check out the extreme challenge and prepare to be impressed: