Professional Rock Climber Uses Vacuum Cleaners to Scale Building

Professional Rock Climber Uses Vacuum Cleaners to Scale Building

Professional rock climber Sierra Blair-Coyle scaled to the top of an office tower with the help of vacuum cleaners.

Climber Uses Vacuum Cleaners

As part of a publicity stunt for LG, US professional rock climber Sierra Blair-Coyle used vacuum cleaners to do the unthinkable — scale a high-rise building.

Equipped with two LG CordZero canister vacuums modified with suction pads, the pro climber climbed a 460-feet, 33-story office tower in South Korea’s Songdo International Business District within 30 minutes.

The vacuum cleaners proved to have enough suction power to support Blair-Coyle’s weight while she climbed toward the roof. The gutsy lady only required one pit-stop during the ascent to swap for a freshly-charged set of vacuums.

Check out the full video and see just how composed Blair-Coyle was when she completed this feat:

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