Dyson New Handheld & Cordless Vacuums #CutTheCord

Recently I attended an event hosted by Dyson, where the brand unveil new machines featuring the newest technology to help you clean.

Dyson New Handheld and Cordless Vacuums

Note: I was invited as media to this event. No other compensation was received. Any personal views expressed are always 100% my own.

During the event, I watched demos of the Dyson products vacuum up a variety of objects including cereals and pet hair easily. I was impressed with both the cleaning ability of the vacuums and the features that make house cleaning quick and easy.

Dyson New Handheld and Cordless Vacuums

Dyson New Handheld and Cordless Vacuums

The Dyson handheld DC58 ($249.99) is powered by Dyson’s most advanced digital motor, giving it triple the suction power of any other handheld in use. With a 26 minute cleaning time, it tackles everything from quick kitchen clean-ups to thorough car cleaning.

Features include:
  • Integrated motor technology: The new V6 motor was engineered specifically for this machine. One and a half times more powerful than the previous motor, it draws more power from the battery source. Nothing wasted.
  • 2 Tier Radial™ cyclones: 15 cyclones work in parallel across two tiers to capture fine dust. Dyson engineers ensured an equal flow of air throughout the cyclone pack, by engineering the airways to guarantee constant centrifugal forces and high dust separation.
  • Light, maneuverable and versatile: A small, light, power dense motor in the hand means that the center of gravity is close to the wrist. Cleaning stairs, upholstery, cars and other compact spaces requires little effort.

Dyson New Handheld and Cordless Vacuums
Dyson New Handheld and Cordless Vacuums

The Dyson Digital Slim DC59 ($499.99) vacuum is lightweight, versatile, and sucks up as much dust as a conventional vacuum, without the hassle of a cord. With 26 minutes of fade-free cleaning performance, DC59 is light and easy to maneuver between high, low and hard to reach spaces. No more fiddling with plugs or tripping over cords. Simply remove from the docking station and go.

Features include:
  • Tough on dust and dirt: A newly configured motorhead tackles dust and dirt on any surface. Carbon fiber antistatic bristles reduce the build-up of static charge, aiding capture of fine dust on hard floors. Nylon bristles work to trap ground-in dirt from carpets. 
  • Light, versatile and easy to store: A small, light, power dense motor in the hand, instead of at the floor, makes it easy to clean up top, down low and in between spaces. The lightweight aluminum wand can be detached for stairs, upholstery, cars and other compact spaces. And storage is hassle free with a wall mounted docking station.

Dyson New Handheld and Cordless Vacuums

The Dyson DC65 is engineered specifically for real American homes to clean carpets, hard floors and other areas in your home. Up high, in awkward gaps, and right up to baseboards. Its Tangle free Turbine tool makes short work of hair-covered upholstery and remodeled cyclones remove more dirt, dust and allergens from the home.

The DC65 group includes Multifloor ($499). Animal ($599) and Animal Complete ($649)

Features include:
  • Radial Root Cyclone™ technology. Designed to maximize suction power. A mesh shroud separates large debris, while inner cyclones generate powerful centrifugal forces – extracting microscopic particles like pollen and mold.
  • Self-adjusting cleaner head. Cleaner heads on most vacuums need to be adjusted for different floor types. Dyson’s base plate automatically adapts to every floor surface, creating a continuous seal to remove dust from hard floors and carpets, while protecting delicate surfaces.
  • Turns on a dime. More key technologies are housed inside the ball, reducing components on the outside of the machine, and making it even easier to steer under and around furniture.
  • Tangle-free Turbine. Counter-rotating heads with brushes remove hair and dirt from upholstery.
Dyson vacuums are available at most major retailers and on www.dyson.com

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