An illustration showing the Dyson WashG1 in use underneath a kitchen table and chairs, as it mops up a mess of red sauce, a brown liquid, and offwhite crumbs.

Who makes it?

The Dyson WashG1 is created by Dyson, the renowned British engineering company known for its innovative home appliances, including fans, hair dryers, and (arguably most notably) vacuum cleaners.

What is it?

The Dyson WashG1 is a cordless, battery-powered mechanical mop designed to clean up wet spills, dirt, and debris from hard floors. Unlike Dyson’s other products, it doesn’t use fans or the company’s Hyperdymium motors but relies on mechanical agitation to thoroughly wash floors with counterrotating rollers.

When/Where is it available?

According to Dyson, the WashG1 will be released in Fall 2024. Once it becomes available, it will presumably be available to purchase through Dyson’s online shop and authorized retailers. I will attempt to update this article with a link to purchase the WashG1 when it becomes available.

Why should I care?

Traditional mops often spread dirty water across the floor and require buckets of water to clean up whatever mess you, your children, your friends, or your pets have made. The Dyson WashG1 addresses this issue by constantly pulsing clean water onto its two rolling microfiber mop heads while they scrub the floor to agitate and pick up the dirt and debris. Its self-cleaning rollers and separate debris tray for larger particles make it more convenient and efficient than traditional mops.

How much does it cost?

The Dyson WashG1 will retail for $699.99.