Thursday, June 21, 2012

How a vacuum connects to Floor Ball?

As we started to toss up things on this blog, we sat up a bunch of "bots" to scan the Internet to find interesting developments across cyberspace, related to Floorball.
And almost from the beginning, and consistently over months - we have notifications jumping up on a vacuum cleaner...

Yes a vacuum cleaner.

Does it relate to the sport Floorball? Not really, beside of that you use it on the Floor.
And here comes the catch, this particular vacuum is designed with a large ball on the Floor. No it is not called a Floor Ball, but a Dyson Ball by the manufacturer..
However since this British manufacturer and inventor, James Dyson, not only caught the British market but also the American market and this is big rather new things in the vacuum industry... Many people commenting or working with these vacuums call it, well a Floor Ball.
This obviously makes it jumping into the news stream of Floorball and connects the vacuum itself firmly to the sport.

Interesting, what is more is that - Dyson has a development over time that slightly goes in line, time wise with the development of the sport of Floorball. Or more blunt, it is kind of new technology too.
You may read more on James Dyson here

So why do we post this here? To try to straighten out how a vacuum connects to a sport and why it shows up in Floorball alerts all the time.
We also notice how the sport of Floorball due to its name is perhaps closely connected to a vacuum using a "Floor Ball". And how the Floor Ball vacuum kind of almost gets free advertising through the sport of Floorball due to a name, or function, or just a coincidence.
Finally we dream of the day when Dyson say - "hey Floorball - that sounds like a name we like. Maybe we should investigate if our vacuums can get even closer connected to the sport?"
Or something like it..

Sweep that floor and ball, brother and sister.
Yet again have the Dyson vacuum cleaner been connected to Floorball through this blog post

Floorball is a well known name in many many households...........

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Research suggest that eye-injuries are more common in Floorball as compared to Tennis, but less common as compared to Squash (similar to Racquetball).
To minimize this risk of injury Floorballcentral recommend: Use certified protective eye-wear (mandated in many European areas for the youth). Do not lay down on the court. Follow the rules strict on stick height.

Also if you get addicted to this sport - do not blame us!