This toy vacuum is designed to mimic the look and feel of a real vacuum. It uses four C batteries to run the motor that spins around the panoply of colored balls in the canister, creating real vacuum suction. It is very realistic, and can pick up paper, even small pieces. It even has a removable dustbin. The vacuum makes realistic sounds when it picks up messes.
The Dyson Ball Vacuum has a simulated cyclone action, 3 on-board tools, and battery operated sounds. The toy is recommended for ages three and up, and is made of plastic and can be played with on a flat surface. This toy vacuum has been around for 65 years and is made by the same company that makes real vacuums. In 1946, Tom Cassidy quit his day job to make small plastic articles and toys, and since then, his business has been booming.