|Courtesy of smosh.com|
|The Registered Design (side view)|
|The Mach Zen (side view)|
 “…An informed user looking at the two designs would indeed notice the difference between them because the overall impressions are different: "smooth curving and elegant" versus "rugged angular and industrial." These are different designs.”
“Dyson has lost its design rights case against Chinese-owned Vax (part of TTI). British courts failed to find fault with the Chinese conglomerate aping the appearance of Dyson’s iconic DC02 cleaner, bypassing inventiveness in favour of imitation, yet in France Dyson won its hard fought design case against the same firm (TTI).”It continues:
"James Dyson: “By copying our design, Vax has attempted to ride our coattails, crudely cashing-in on the success we’ve built on better engineering. We’ve invested decades, not to mention millions, in creating better technology. And sadly we waste millions more in cases like this. We need to better protect British design.""Sore loser? Or legitimate grumbles?