The evolution of vacuum cleaners starting from the vacuums placed on caster wheels to futuristic cordless vacuum cleaners has made our cleaning chores easier without any physical effort. New technological modifications performed on the different sections of the vacuum cleaner have ultimately brought in some futuristic designs into the households. The usage of conventional vacuum cleaners peaked up in the households, but they came with some disadvantages which didn’t meet the satisfactory functionalities. The conventional vacuum cleaners were heavy, difficult to carry them into the different parts of the houses. They often came with replaceable filters and porous bags which led to more investment and cleaning. These vacuum cleaners were found difficult to be used on different surfaces like carpets, hard floors, and walls. The electrical components used in the cleaners consumed more energy which ultimately led to hiked electricity bills. Evolution of the futuristic Vacuum Technology More alternate approaches were made to introduce simple technological modifications into the vacuum technology which led to an efficient and the effortless household appliances. One such elemental and agile solution is cyclone technology in vacuum cleaners. These patented technologies are implemented in one of the tech-savvy company’s product Dyson Ball Total clean which uses cone shaped tunnels which helps to create cyclone movement in the cleaners. The technology is more efficient to capture even the small and microscopic particles like pollen, allergens, mould spores, and even bacteria. The cylinder has been designed to avoid clogging of these particles and to provide easy disposal of the dust particles. The ease of movement was an uphill battle with the conventional vacuum cleaners. The futuristic satisfies the suction capability to different surfaces meanwhile providing easier mobility to the cleaner.All the cleaner tools are engineered to have high suction power and mobility on all floor surfaces like hard floors, carpets, and rugs.