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Features: Radial Root Cyclone technology
Conventional vacuums rely on bags to trap dust and dirt. But when you start to use some bagged machines, dust can clog the tiny holes in the bag. Some ordinary bagless vacuums work in a similar way. They use a central filter to trap fine dust, which can clog too. Suction drops, leaving dust and dirt behind in your home.
Ball technology for canister vacuums
Conventional upright vacuums use fixed wheels. But wheeled vacuums can be awkward to steer and can make you work a lot harder than you need to. All that back and forth around corners and obstacles. Ball technology is a radical alternative to fixed wheels.
The Triggerhead tool is the only turbine head controlled at the handle. No need to bend down and adjust when moving between floor types. A rotating brush bar deep cleans carpets - push the trigger and it...
Features: Double-edge cleaner head
DC56 has a double-edge cleaner head that combines suction and wiping to remove dust and grime at the same time. Dual suction channels provide suction before and after the wipe. The double-edge cleaner head has a swivel neck that allows it to be manuevered into awkward places with a turn of the wrist.
Root Cyclone technology
Dyson's patented Root Cyclone technology doesn't rely on a bag to trap all the dust and dirt. Instead, it spins the air so fast that centrifugal forces up to 70,000 times the force of gravity fling dust and dirt out of the air and straight into the clear bin. Because there's no bag to clog, there's no loss of suction.
Dyson digital motor
Conventional motors work by passing current through their carbon brushes, making them spin. This results in sparks, excess heat and wasted energy. Inside the Dyson digital mot...
Features: No loss of suction
Some conventional vacuum cleaners use a bag that can clog and cause suction to drop. Instead of bags, Dyson vacuums use patented cyclone technology. Powerful centrifugal forces spin dust and dirt out of the air and into the bin with no loss of suction.
Dyson digital motor
Michael Faraday discovered electromagnetic induction, the principle behind the electric motor, in 1831. Yet, despite being technologically advanced at the time, electric motors have changed very little since. Bulky, old-fashioned components and lots of moving parts prone to failure.
Balanced for floor to ceiling cleaning
The center of gravity is located towards the grip for easy handling up top, down below and in-between.
Motorized head with carbon fiber filaments and increased power
DC44 has a motorized floor tool with two types of bristles engineered for cleaning differen...
Features: Root Cyclone technology
The Dyson technology that doesn't lose suction power as you vacuum.
Steers smoothly with a turn of the wrist.
Ultra-lightweight and compact
DC24 All floors is our lightest upright machine at 11.65 lbs. The handle also compresses to store in tight spaces.
Reverse the wand and hold the handle to give you a firm grip when reaching into awkward corners.
Lifetime washable HEPA filter
Designed to trap microscopic allergens.
Powerful bristles remove dirt and pet hair from carpets.
Certified asthma and allergy friendly
Unlike ordinary vacuums, Dyson is certified asthma & allergy friendly according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.
Turns on a dime. No loss of suction, Concentrated technology for all floor types, Ball technology, Root Cyclone technology, Ul...