A thing that definitely not to try at home! The 22-year old woman from Scottsdale, Arizona was seeing climbing the side of a building using only the suction power of a vacuum cleaner.
She is Sierra Blair-Coyle, a professional rock climber who stands 5’7. According to her website, Sierra has been competing professionally since the age of 14 and currently a US team member and a two-time National Champion.
The champion climber is at the top of a 33-story building in Songdo, Incheon, South Korea, using only her upper body strength, any grip she could get from her climbing shoes, and of course, a safety rope.
The LG company have ventured into some kind of unusual advertising campaign, the idea of the suction created by LG through special cups—the new cordless vacuum cleaner ‘CordZero K94SGN’.
In just half an hour, she incredibly completed the mission and the stunt was carefully orchestrated by LG, as a way to show the power of its cordless CordZero Cyking vacuum cleaners, combined with the ability of pro rock climber Blair-Coyle.
However, the cleaners aren’t exactly the ones buy from the shops, because it has been modified to make suitable during the climb, including the addition of those all-important suction cups. The 200 watts of power and 45,000rpm inverter motor are the same though.
The incredible display of bravado and suction is terrifying to watch but Sierra Blair-Coyle delivered it impressively!