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Offline dysondc16

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New Dyson Handheld, With an Odd Name
« on: August 30, 2021, 02:29:38 am »
Looks like Dyson has leveraged it's newer and seemingly Asian-market focused Omni-Glide/Micro platform to bring out a new handheld only cleaner. The "Humdinger"

No, seriously, that's it's official name! At least it's memorable! Appears to only be in the USA at the moment.


It seems identical to the Micro, just lacking the wand and fluffy head. If it's anything like the Omni/Micro, it'll have about 50 AW. And with a maximum 20-minute runtime. Launched at 299 USD (only 100 less than the Micro with floor cleaning capability)

I like the idea of a smaller and lighter handheld model, seems to be the trend for dustbusters with the likes of the sharks and others. But I can't help think it's a step down in capability from the v7 based handhelds in terms of suction, capacity, and runtime.

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Re: New Dyson Handheld, With an Odd Name
« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2021, 11:19:49 pm »
Not seen that yet, thanks for posting.

And what a bloody silly name! 🤣

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Re: New Dyson Handheld, With an Odd Name
« Reply #2 on: September 06, 2021, 01:46:40 pm »
Lol has it got that Green Laser that magically gets those pesky tiny dust particles :)) :chuckle:



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