Cardboard Vacum Cleaner

A British inventor has made the world?s first cardboard vacuum cleaner from the packaging of another model. Jake Tyler’s innovative machine so impressed cleaning giant Vax that it intends to put the model into production. The 22-year-old an industrial design student at Loughborough University developed the ?ev? model for his final-year degree project. He was supported by the product design team at Vax’s headquarters in Worcestershire.

A British inventor has made the world?s first cardboard vacuum cleaner from the packaging of another model. Jake Tyler's innovative machine so impressed cleaning giant Vax that it intends to put the model into production. The 22-year-old an industrial design student at Loughborough University developed the ?ev? model for his final-year degree project. He was supported by the product design team at Vax's headquarters in Worcestershire.

A British inventor has made the world?s first cardboard vacuum cleaner from the packaging of another model. Jake Tyler's innovative machine so impressed cleaning giant Vax that it intends to put the model into production. The 22-year-old an industrial design student at Loughborough University developed the ?ev? model for his final-year degree project. He was supported by the product design team at Vax's headquarters in Worcestershire.

A British inventor has made the world?s first cardboard vacuum cleaner from the packaging of another model. Jake Tyler's innovative machine so impressed cleaning giant Vax that it intends to put the model into production. The 22-year-old an industrial design student at Loughborough University developed the ?ev? model for his final-year degree project. He was supported by the product design team at Vax's headquarters in Worcestershire.

A British inventor has made the world?s first cardboard vacuum cleaner from the packaging of another model. Jake Tyler's innovative machine so impressed cleaning giant Vax that it intends to put the model into production. The 22-year-old an industrial design student at Loughborough University developed the ?ev? model for his final-year degree project. He was supported by the product design team at Vax's headquarters in Worcestershire.