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The Dyson V10 (SV12)



The Dyson V10 (also confusingly called the SV12) was launched on the 6th March 2018.

Dyson made the optimistic claim that it "makes corded vacuums obsolete" and that they have stopped developing corded vacuums. Whilst it isn't at all true that corded vacuums will be obsolete anytime soon, the V10 does have more capability than its cordless predecessors.

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Claiming up to 60 minutes usage time between charges and also claiming (with caveats) the "same suction of a full size vacuum", it does feature a larger dust collection canister and a digital motor.

Launched in the UK in three variants (differences being only the tools that come with them): "Total Clean", "Absolute" and "Animal", launch prices were £499.99, £449.99 and £399.99 respectively.

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You can find more information on these machines on our forums here: Dyson Launch the New V10 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner



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The Dyson V4 Digital CY29



Launched in Taiwan and Japan first, priced at NT$33,500 (Taiwanese Dollars) which is £830 or US$1100



A small and compact machine, it is ideal for the Asian market that likes very small vacuums.



If it tips over during use it has the capability to right itself as the video below shows.


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The Dyson Light Ball UP22.



These are essentially a face-lifted DC40. However, although ostensibly the same, Dyson - as they do - have made them different enough that not all parts are interchangeable with the DC40. For example, the cyclone unit looks the same but differs ever so slightly so one doesn't fit the other. Same with the internal hose underneath (that is prone to splitting prematurely) and many other parts on these machines.

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The Dyson V11 (SV14)



Ostensibly similar to the V10, the Dyson V11 launched in March 2019 and is basically a slightly face lifted and improved V10. It keeps the same basic design, with the larger bin (smaller on some Asian market models) inline with the motor for claimed better performance over the older models, such as the Dyson V8.

There’s a slightly bigger battery on the V11 than the V10, which increases the weight to just over 3kg.

Another update is the new V11 motor, which Dyson claims is 20% more powerful than the V10, delivering 185 air watts. The improvement in suction comes via the more powerful motor, but Dyson has made some improvements to airflow, too. These include a more efficient diffuser design that straightens airflow thus reducing turbulence, and a new impeller design.

Another design difference to the previous V7, V8 and V10 vacuums is the addition of an LCD screen on the back of the unit that displays battery level and other information.



Launch price in the UK was an eye-watering £599 making it the most expensive cordless vacuum out there.

We have a topic on the subject here: The Dyson V11 cordless vacuum cleaner.


 

 

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