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Title: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 02, 2017, 09:26:02 PM
Dyson vacuum cleaner model numbers can be a confusing array of numbers and letters.

We publish this Dyson model range glossary in order that the Dyson vacuum cleaner model codes might be demystified somewhat.



The first Dysons: The Kleeneze Rotork Cyclon and the Apex G-Force.

To the untrained eye, the Rotork Cyclon and the G-Force are one and the same.

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Left and centre are Rotorks; the G-Force is on the right.

Kleeneze Rotork Cyclon

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A Kleeneze Rotork Cyclon

The first vacuum cleaner by James Dyson was called the Kleeneze Rotork Cyclon; the first production vacuum cleaner created by James Dyson.

It was not sold under the Dyson name.   

They were sold through Kleeneze’s distribution network and at the Ideal Home Exhibition through 1983 & 1984.

These (and the visually similar later Japanese G-Force machines - see below) are usually regarded as prototype Dysons, and are VERY rare. Very seldom do they come up for sale.

Around 550 Rotorks were made, for the UK market only. Nowadays they are very rare. Dyson Malmesbury has one. The Zanussi museum in Italy has one (Zanussi built them). The design museum in London has one. The Frenchay museum in Bristol has one. One of the spare parts distributors we deal with has one. A member here called Heidi has one. A shop called Killis in Sheffield has one. A couple of guys in the US and a collector in the UK we know of also have one. We have one which you can see working below and read the restoration topic >>here<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,1814.0.html).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9gNS03OTI6M

There may be a few more out there.

We guestimate there are perhaps 20-30 in total remain worldwide. All in the hands of collectors, enthusiasts and museums, so very few people have seen one of these as this machine is a piece of Dyson history.

Interest in this initial model lead to licensing agreements in Japan where a slightly modified version of the “Cyclon” was sold by Apex inc. as the “G-Force”.

The Dyson G Force

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The G Force was the very first Dyson that Dyson really admitted to (they never talk much about the Rotork above). It was only sold to the Japanese market. It cost around $2000 in 1991 and won a design award.

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James Dyson with a G-Force.

It also was not sold under the Dyson name. James Dyson later used the money he earned from the G-Force to start up the UK Dyson company we all know.

James Dyson eventually licensed his design in Japan, the home of high-tech (like taking coals to Newcastle, no?). The Japanese loved the over-priced pink G-Force and, in 1993, the royalties allowed James to manufacture a Dyson machine under his own name, the DC01 was born. A multi-millionaire and world-wide success story was also born! 

We have one of these in our Dyson Museum (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2500.0.html), believed to be the only one in the UK apart from the one at Dyson HQ.


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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 02, 2017, 10:41:38 PM
The Dyson DA001 and DC01.

The first vacuum cleaner sold under the Dyson name was the DA001, launched in 1993. It was a domestic upright model that used the patented "Dual Cyclone" technology and was mostly made in Chippenham (although some very early ones are badged as being made in Bath (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2676.msg20490.html#msg20490)). After a short period, it was renamed the DC01 and production later moved to Malmesbury, at the company's new factory/research centre (now only an R&D centre since production moved abroad).

The DA001/DC01 had a single motor (two variants were used: YDK and Ametek) which provided the suction and also drove the brushroll directly via a single rubber toothless belt, so was mainly designed to use on carpeted floors. It stored its hose on the back of the housing as part of the handle wand, and removing the handle wand enabled this stretch hose to be used. Dyson has retained this basic idea on their upright models to date.

This was the only Dyson upright before Cinetic machines not to use washable pre-motor filters; the filters had to be purchased and replaced every 3 months (washable ones were later sold though). It also had a choice of post motor filtration – standard or HEPA (High Efficiency Particle Arrest) according to the model purchased.

They look like this:

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They are becoming a bit retro now. Typically grey/yellow, occasionally grey/blue and on rare occasions available in the red, purple and yellow "De Stijl" colours you see above in the centre. They are not as sophisticated as later models, but they are built like a tank and last for years. They sold very well in Scotland as the Scottish Electricity Board sold them. Many are still in daily use, not only in Scotland, but all over the world today. They were never sold in the USA, but collectors have since imported some to there.

There are slight differences between standard DC01's and the early DA001 machines:


The DA001 and DC01 are essentially the same machine, the DC01 is basically a facelift of the DA001. Most parts are interchangeable, most new after-market parts fit both variants (but after-market bumpers do not fit DA001's), but if sourcing original used soleplates, cleaner heads, bottom motor housings, hoses or a wand, better to ask the question here to see if what you intend to buy will fit, or take pot luck. Because chances are the seller (unless a Dyson guru like some folk here) won't have a clue and you will be left wondering why the 5 used hose from eBay wont fit your DC01/DA001.

We have plenty of further reading and DIY repair topics on the DA001 and the DC01 in >our DA001/DC01 room< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/board,2.0.html).

Dyson have long since abandoned spares supply and service for these machines, but independent specialists have most of the spares still.


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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 02, 2017, 10:50:22 PM
The Dyson DC02

The DC02 was the first cylinder (canister) model sold by Dyson. It was smaller and easier to carry than the preceding DC01. Its shape allowed it to sit on stairs and this design was named "stair-hugging" by Dyson. The cleaner features an extendable hose designed to work around corners and objects. To the rear of the machine, there is a pedal which retracts the cable back into the cleaner.

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The Dyson DC02 De Stijl

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The Dyson DC02 Recyclone

It uses the cyclone system. This model is commonly duplicated by other manufacturers, presumably because the more complicated Dyson models (Root cyclone models etc.) have better protected patents.

Typically grey with yellow fittings, some were made in white with blue fittings and a few other rarer variants existed - see below.

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The model is also available in a special edition called the 'DC02 Recyclone' (see above), named such because it was the first vacuum cleaner to be made out of recycled plastic.

Dyson have long since abandoned spares supply and service for these DC02 machines, but independent specialists have most of the spares still. Our DC02 spares section is >>here<< (https://shop.manchestervacs.co.uk/dyson-cylinder-vacuum-cleaner-spares/dc02-spare-parts).

We have plenty of further reading and DIY repair topics on the DC02 in >our Cylinder Dyson room< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/board,8.0.html).


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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 02, 2017, 10:51:14 PM
The Dyson DC03

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The DC03 was a lightweight, low profile upright cleaner. The only Dyson able to recline absolutely flat to go under furniture (as machines like Sebo (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2161.0.html) do) They are twin cylinder machines that contain one normal cylinder and a second which contained a pair of HEPA filters.

Its suction power was much lower than other Dyson uprights due to the very small motor and narrow cyclone fitted. Their heavy-duty filtration system allowed it to survive for many years after the rest of the original Cyclone cleaners were discontinued.

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Dyson DC03 models in 'Standard' and 'Absolute' colours.

Most models were grey in colour with yellow and/or yellow and purple fittings.

They were the first slim Dyson. They only weigh about 15 pounds and when reclined. Being able to be folded flat allows them to be stored on two hooks, hung on the back of a door.

The downsides are that the filters are often not washable (some later ones are), the dust collection cylinder isn't big, and the motor (and thus the suction) is less powerful than other Dysons (although adequate for most people).

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Dyson DC03 'Clear' and 'Independent' models.

The two models above are the rather rare blue 'Clear' (which you can read the rebuild topic of >>here<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,1736.msg8953.html#msg8953)), and the silver 'Independent' (which you can read the rebuild topic on >>here<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,1751.0.html).)

Despite the fact that these machines did not have blistering performance, they were a stylish machine and still have a small but enthusiastic following.

Dyson have long since abandoned spares supply and service for these machines, but independent specialists have most of the spares still. We sell DC03 spares >>here<< (https://shop.manchestervacs.co.uk/dyson-upright-vacuum-cleaner-spares/dc03-spare-parts).

We have plenty of further reading and DIY repair topics on the DC03 in >our DC03 room< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/board,4.0.html).


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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 02, 2017, 10:55:30 PM
The Dyson DC04

The DC04 was the successor to the DC01 above. These models are one of the all-time best-sellers for Dyson - with good reason.

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Archive shots of our original online shop photos circa 2011

James Dyson's innovative telescopic hose design made the DC04 ideal for your stairs, your car, high up places in your home and of course your carpet and laminate floors. Look at the photos above – where our model demonstrates the various included accessories – to see how truly versatile this model is.

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A selection of DC04s from our museum display.

The DC04 was the successor to the original DC01. It had improved washable filters fitted as standard. Whilst the design is quite similar to the earlier DC01, they corrected a few minor design flaws. The DC04 is what we call the "Ford Transit" of Dysons - it does exactly what you want it to do without fuss. A DC04 is easier to empty, easier to use with the tools, the tools are stored on-board in a more sensible way, and it is just a nicer machine to use than the earlier models. We used to sell a lot of DC04's.

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Reconditioned DC04s - Manchester Vacs circa 2012

More on model colours and variants >here< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,39.0.html) and plenty of DIY repair advice and chat in >our DC04 room< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/board,3.0.html).

Dyson have long since abandoned spares supply and service for these machines, but independent specialists have most of the spares still. We sell DC04 spares >>here<< (https://shop.manchestervacs.co.uk/dyson-upright-vacuum-cleaner-spares/dc04-spares).


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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 02, 2017, 10:56:15 PM
The Dyson DC05

The DC05 was the second cylinder model. It was designed as a replacement model for the DC02 (which had not been too popular) and had improved design features.

The lilac 'Motorhead' version was the first Dyson to offer a powernozzle - a floor nozzle with a motor-powered brush-roll for improved performance on carpets. Most DC05s were standard as the one in the photo here is.

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Dyson have long since abandoned spares supply and service for these machines, but independent specialists have most of the spares still. We sell DC05 spares >>here<< (https://shop.manchestervacs.co.uk/dyson-cylinder-vacuum-cleaner-spares/dc05-spare-parts).

We have plenty of further reading and DIY repair topics on the DC05 in >our Cylinder Dyson room< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/board,8.0.html).


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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 02, 2017, 10:56:30 PM
The Dyson DC06

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Moving GIF above the property of Dyson UK from their original site

Dyson's first robotic vacuum cleaner, equipped with the Dyson Digital Motor, had managed to appear at the Ideal Home Exhibition and other shows during 2000 and 2001 but had not proceeded beyond the home-trial stage by 2012, as cost and weight needed reducing. It had the ability to 'learn' the room, and to distinguish between solid objects, such as walls and furniture, and human beings, pets, etc. by utilising sensors and specially-written navigation software.

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Dyson DC06 was never properly launched so they were never generally available. However, some test units, prototypes and pre-production models were made so a few are out there; mostly in the hands of Dyson and a few collectors.

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The DC06 was Dyson's only foray into robotic vacuums until the launch of the 360 Eye.

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Another reason they were never generally sold is the price would have been circa 1800. A lot of money in the early naughties.

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A very rare machine to encounter today, the one pictured here is part of a private collection.

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We have a related topic here: >>A Close Look at the Year 2000 Dyson DC06 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,3599.msg29381.html#msg29381).

If you happen to have one of these machines, >>get in touch with us<< (https://shop.manchestervacs.co.uk/index.php?route=information/contact), we are interested to buy it.

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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 02, 2017, 10:56:47 PM
The Dyson DC07

The DC07, Dyson's fourth upright vacuum cleaner produced under the Dyson name was released in the early 2000s, is given the slogan 'the original root cyclone upright'. This is appropriate because this was the first implementation of Root Cyclone technology into a vacuum cleaner. Many people were confused if this technology was any different from the previous Dual Cyclone technology (slightly better suction actually).

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Reconditioned DC07s at Manchester Vacs - circa 2012

The model is very similar in features to the DC04 - but a bit more sleek. They are available in a wide variety of colours and are a great value reconditioned buy. Dyson took everything they had learned with the DC01 and DC04 and improved it to make the DC07.

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A UK DC07 Origin converted to brush control specification by Manchester Vacs.

The DC07 was very popular with DIY repairers, and that popularity lead to the Unofficial Dyson DC07 Workshop Manual (http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/331424340538) being written.

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There are fifteen UK models of Dyson DC07, and a few other variants supplied to other countries around the world. This is not as confusing as it may seem at first glance. The variations mostly comprise which extra tools and accessories were supplied with the machines originally, which filters they were fitted with, the colour of the unit, and if the model is clutched (a brush control mechanism operated by a clutch allowing the brush roll to be switched off) or not.

Here is a list of the UK market models with colour variants:

•   DC07 Standard. Grey/Yellow.
•   DC07 Origin. Silver/Yellow.
•   DC07 All Floors. Grey/Blue.
•   DC07 Precision. Silver/Black.
•   DC07i. Purple/Yellow or Silver/Red
•   DC07 Allergy. Purple/Green, Purple/Red or Purple/Blue.
•   DC07 Animal. Silver/Lavender.
•   DC07 HEPA. Silver/White.
•   DC07 Clic. Three Tone Pink.
•   DC07 Tool Kit. Silver/Blue
•   DC07 Full Gear. Silver/Red
•   DC07 Full Kit. Purple/Lavender/Grey.

Spare parts are abundant for these machines, as anything not available from Dyson has been made after-market already or is plentiful used. They remain a popular machine despite being a few years out of production. We sell DC07 spares >>here<< (https://shop.manchestervacs.co.uk/dyson-upright-vacuum-cleaner-spares/dc07-spares).

There is plenty of chat and DIY repair advice for the DC07 in our >>DC07 forum room<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/board,5.0.html).


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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 01:52:15 AM
The Dyson DC08

The DC08 was cylinder (canister) machine released around 2002, incorporating the Dyson Root Cyclone technology found on the DC07. The DC08 was the replacement for the DC05. It was the first of the Dyson cylinder models to feature the new "Animal" derivative first seen on the DC07, which was claimed to mean that the cleaner was capable of dealing effectively with pet hair and dander. Animal models came with an air driven turbine floorhead and mini turbo brush for effective pet hair removal on carpets and furnishings they also came equipped with HEPA post-motor filters.

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None of the DC08 models had electric motorised floorheads. Like the DC07, the DC08 was fitted with an uprated motor giving it more suction power, handled by the new root 12 cyclone system the DC08 was equipped with. This higher power output was able to drive the main turbo floorhead without the need for a second electric motor and the extra wiring that the DC05 motorhead had.

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Basic models in the DC08 range did not come with the turbine floorhead, having only the standard floor heads which were better suited to hard flooring than carpets. Unlike the DC02, the DC08 did not have storage for its small tools in the body of the cleaner. As with the DC05, tools were stored on a small caddy attached to the suction hose. The DC08 had a long production run; it was upgraded to the DC08 Telescope wrap after the launch of the DC11, to enable it to be stored more efficiently, and was eventually superseded by the DC19.

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We urge spare parts buyers to exercise great caution when buying any tool or cleaner head for these models as Dyson did a lot of playing around with different tool sockets and fittings at this time. Many otherwise seemingly identical machines can have differing tool sockets, and many people make mistakes when buying spare parts that involve a tool or tool/hose socket fitting.

We sell DC08 spares >>here<< (https://shop.manchestervacs.co.uk/dyson-cylinder-vacuum-cleaner-spares/dc08-spare-parts).



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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 10:06:18 AM
The Dyson DC09

Dyson never made a DC09. Reputedly, as the numbers are associated with the DC-9 aircraft produced by McDonnell Douglas.
Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 10:06:33 AM
The Dyson DC10

Dyson never made a DC10. Reputedly, as the numbers are associated with the DC-10 aircraft produced by McDonnell Douglas.
Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 10:06:47 AM
The Dyson DC11

The DC11 was the first Dyson cylinder cleaner with Telescope wrap. Launched around 2003. It had two separate dust bins and cyclone assemblies to make the machine smaller when it was packed away.

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It was available in four variants, one coloured yellow as below, and the other was a rarer turquoise/aqua model as seen above.

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The DC11 was quickly superseded by the DC08T Telescope wrap, and not produced for very long.

Below is a catalogue shot provided by one of our forum members showing the four models available.

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We sell DC11 spares >>here<< (https://shop.manchestervacs.co.uk/dyson-cylinder-vacuum-cleaner-spares/dc11-spare-parts).


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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 10:07:02 AM
The Dyson DC12 and DC12 Plus

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The DC12/DC12 Plus are small cylinder machines that were released exclusively in Japan. Launched in June 2003.

The digital motor fitted on these machines are about half the size and weight of conventional motors but with 50% more power.

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The DC12 cost around $650 when new, and was small enough to fit inside a cube measuring 8 inches by 10 inches by 12 inches.

Here is ours; a Japanese import. 

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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 10:07:23 AM
The Dyson DC13

Dyson never made a DC13. Reputedly, this was due to superstitious reasons surrounding the number thirteen.  :underchair:
Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 10:07:38 AM
The Dyson DC14

In our opinion, one of Dyson's greatest ever machines. Many people regard the DC14 as the last of the "proper" Dysons; before built-in obsolescence, lower build quality and re-inventing the wheel each year with untested, unreliable, unnecessary and overly-complex engineering happened.

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Olga from Manchester Vacs trying out a DC14

The DC14 was released in 2004. It is a revision of an upright vacuum cleaner with lower centre of gravity and a similar back hose to previous upright machines. The DC14 vacuum cleaner uses Dyson's "Root 8" cyclone technology, which maintains constant suction they say. The Root 8 cyclone technology on the DC14 was improved since the DC07. The DC14 comes in four variants, the standard DC14, the All Floors, the Allergy and the Animal. More of the DC14 units sold than the later DC15 Ball vacuum cleaner.

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One of Dyson’s best ever sellers was the DC04. It was so good that when they face-lifted and redesigned it to create the DC07, they left many things unchanged. next, they face-lifted the DC07 and it became the DC14.

Guess what? Those mechanicals didn’t change too much then either. What this tells us is the DC14 was a machine that after two face-lifts, remained essentially the same. This suggests the basic design and mechanicals are tried and tested over several models.

This is further supported by the fact that later non-ball Dysons retained the same basic mechanicals as the DC14. The US market DC17, the DC27 and the new DC33 appear to be basically the same machine as the DC14. Albeit, face-lifted versions with a few design tweaks here and there.

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It is a design honed over many years. A mechanical setup that has been tried and tested across several Dyson models over many years.

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Reconditioned DC14s at Manchester Vacs 2017

There is plenty of DIY repair advice, exploded drawings, strip down threads and tutorials for the DC14 in our >>DC14 forum room<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/board,6.0.html). We sell DC14 spares >>here<< (https://shop.manchestervacs.co.uk/dyson-upright-vacuum-cleaner-spares/dc14-spares).


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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 10:08:00 AM
The Dyson DC15

The DC15 is the largest ball machine Dyson made and the first "Ball" machine. They are a full-sized family model with a larger dust capacity than any of the other ball machines mentioned on this thread.

The DC15 "The Ball" was released in 2005 in three variants, the DC15 All Floors, Allergy and Animal. It has a ball instead of a wheel, which in conjunction with a universal joint on the cleaner head makes it possible to steer the machine by twisting the handle to the right or left. The cleaner uses the Root Cyclone technology also used in the DC14.

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In our opinion, they are built more robustly than the smaller Dyson ball models although known to be rather complex to repair for the inexperienced. They came with three tools rather than the one multi tool the smaller ones come with; they are a serious machine! But be warned if considering one: They are heavier than other ball models. Ladies sometimes complain they are harder to carry up and down stairs.

These are very hard to come by now in good condition. Many have been hacked around by amateur repairers.

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"The Ball" was released in 2005 in three variants, the DC15 All Floors, Allergy and Animal.


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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:03:09 PM
The Dyson DC16

The DC16 was Dyson's first handheld vacuum cleaner based on the same technology as in their DC14 and DC15 root cyclone upright vacuum cleaners. The DC16 had 36 airwatts of suction. The DC16 weighs 1.5kg.

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The product was also available in an "Issey Miyake" limited edition in which the manifold on the cyclone assembly is pink instead of the standard yellow, and an Animal version that features a motorized brushbar for picking up pet hair and gold cyclone manifold. Also in the range was the DC16 "Car and Boat" which was designed for car and boat cleaning, and came with a car 12v charger and has a blue cyclone manifold.

There is plenty of DIY repair advice and chat in >our Handheld, Cordless, Stick, Wand & Robotic Dyson Vacuum Cleaners forum room< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/board,10.0.html).

Dyson have long since abandoned spares supply and service for these machines, but independent specialists have most of the spares still. We sell spares for these >>here<< (https://shop.manchestervacs.co.uk/dyson-cordless-handheld-spares).


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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:03:23 PM
The Dyson DC17

The Dyson DC17 is an upright cleaner launched in October 2006 in the US. Although visually similar to the DC14, it contains new technologies, and is designed specifically for North American carpets. The first upgrade is the use of Dyson's new Level 3 Root Cyclone.

This system incorporates 11 cyclones to more efficiently filter sand and dust particles out of the airstream. In this system, the airflow travels from the low speed outer cyclone to two intermediate cyclones that filter out the bulk of dust and sand particles that are drawn into the system. Beyond that, the airflow flows through the remaining eight high speed cyclones which filters out any remaining dust particles out of the airstream.

The Level 3 Root Cyclone improves upon the original Root Cyclone system with its capability to more efficiently separate sand particles from the air flow; contaminants that the current Root Cyclone has difficulty with. Early versions of these machines had a tendency to suffer from dislodged cyclone seals and then completely blocking the entire cyclone system. An updated cyclone assembly with improved seals was introduced late in their lifespan and was available as a spare part; many were supplied under warranty by Dyson.

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The second change with the DC17 upright is the brushroll design. While the brushrolls used on the DC07, DC14, and DC15 were designed with European carpets in mind, the DC17's brush roll was designed for North America with a cylindrical shape, a large diameter, and short stiff bristles. A separate motor drives the brushroll, unlike the DC07 and DC14 which use clutches that utilize power from the main motor.

The third change is a new colour scheme that indicates the colour theme for future Dysons. The bright colours and silver tones are toned down in favour of shiny metallic accents and titanium as the main colour for the entire machine.

The DC17 was never sold in the UK, but we have one in our museum, and you can read the rebuild topic on it >>here<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2503.0.html) and see it in action in the video below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ats7b5NiGsE


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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:03:44 PM
The Dyson DC18

The Dyson DC18 Slim, launched in September 2006, is a slimmer and lighter weight successor of the DC15 Ball upright. A major difference between the DC15 and DC18 is the weight. The DC18 is lighter weight at 6.6 kilograms, or 15.8 pounds. In comparison, the DC15 weighs 8.6 kilograms, or 19.95 pounds. The DC18's Root Cyclone system has been trimmed down to better accommodate the machine's slimmer profile. While the DC15 uses 8 cyclones, the DC18 uses 6. The bin capacity comparison between the two models is DC18 1.7 litres (0.4 gallons) and DC15 2.5 litres (0.71 gallons).

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In addition, the ball design has been modified for the DC18, and is not as complex as the DC15 ball unit. Rather than riding on a large ball that encloses the primary motor, the DC18 rides on a thin, cigar shaped roller that yields more space for separate motor enclosure and airway paths.

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The DC18 machines were known for the undercarriage mechanism being prone to break causing the machine not to stand up. Its an expensive repair that has consigned many to the scrap heap. In comparison to other Dyson machines, few of these remain in use.


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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:04:01 PM
The Dyson DC19 and DC19T2

The DC19 was a revision of the previous DC08.

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These two variants of the DC19 are similar apart from the wand handle and tool attachments.

The standard DC19 does not feature the "Telescopic Wrap" system. The DC19 T2 is the same as DC19, but was fitted with a vacuum-driven brushbar for better pick up on carpets as well as hard floors. The DC19T2 has different tool fittings than the standard DC19 which can make sourcing tools and cleaner heads problematic as they are not interchangeable.

The DC19 is called the DC29 in Australia.

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We urge spare parts buyers to exercise great caution when buying any tool or cleaner head for these models as Dyson did a lot of playing around with different tool sockets and fittings at this time. Many otherwise seemingly identical machines can have differing tool sockets, and many people make mistakes when buying spare parts that involve a tool or tool/hose socket fitting.


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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:04:15 PM
The Dyson DC20

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The DC20 is essentially a DC19 with a few minor variations on colours. Most parts are interchangeable and/or the same.

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The photos here are of a DC20 "Stowaway", which is pretty much the same machine as a DC19 "Telescopic Wrap".

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We urge spare parts buyers to exercise great caution when buying any tool or cleaner head for these models as Dyson did a lot of playing around with different tool sockets and fittings at this time. Many otherwise seemingly identical machines can have differing tool sockets, and many people make mistakes when buying spare parts that involve a tool or tool/hose socket fitting.

We have plenty of DIY repair topics on these machines in our >>Cylinder forum room<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/board,8.0.html).


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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:04:32 PM
The Dyson DC21

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The DC21 is another variant on the DC08/DC19/DC20 and again shares many parts and is essentially the same machine as a DC19/20 apart from that it has a motor-powered brush head as opposed to a vacuum-driven brush head as with any DC08/19/20.

Sales volume was lower in the UK than the preceding DC08/19/20 models.

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We urge spare parts buyers to exercise great caution when buying any tool or cleaner head for these models as Dyson did a lot of playing around with different tool sockets and fittings at this time. Many otherwise seemingly identical machines can have differing tool sockets, and many people make mistakes when buying spare parts that involve a tool or tool/hose socket fitting.


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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:04:46 PM
The Dyson DC22

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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:05:03 PM
The Dyson DC23

The DC23 was available in the UK in three variants: The Allergy, the Animal and the Motorhead. In Australia and the US, other colours like blue were made.

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A screenshot from US TV - A DC23 is $499

The DC23 is visually quite similar to the DC19/20/21, but the changes during the facelift were many. The motor differed slightly; fundamentally still a YDK as with many of the previous cylinders, but a closer relative to the motors fitted to upright machines as they have a drive shaft. On a DC23, the motor has a shaft driven cooling fan on top of the motor (the one and only of its type fitted to a Dyson) that the repair trade has never quite figured out what it was for. The DC23 has a more complex and updated cyclone design similar to that seen in the DC22, an internal cylindrical HEPA filter and a different pre-filter to the older DC08/19/20/21 cylinders.

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A DC23 Animal

Other minor design details included the vented exhaust seen in the picture below. The tool socket fitting on these is of the design Dyson continued with for some time after. For those people with older 32mm tools, an adaptor can be bought (https://www.amazon.co.uk//dp/B00WF860E0/) to fit older tools to the DC23.

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Think of the DC23 as a subtle facelift of the DC19/20/21 with the changes more internal than might be noticeable at first glance. They were generally regarded as robust and capable machines, and many still exist today. However, as with many Dysons, if buying refurbished, be sure to buy from a seller who knows what he is doing rather than someone who has economised on the rebuild. Some DC23 parts can be expensive for those hoping to refurbish on a budget.

Dyson are now winding down spares supply for these machines with a view to discontinuing them, but the after-market already makes filters, motors and many other components, so your DC23 can live for a few years yet.

There are plenty of DIY repair topics and discussion on the DC23 in our >>cylinder Dyson room on our forums<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/board,8.0.html).


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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:05:17 PM
The Dyson DC24

The DC24 was the first first small ball machine.

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Despite some marketing to the contrary, the DC24 is best suited to people who live in small apartments/houses, without hairy dogs or many children as it's a small machine. Despite what anyone tells you, a small machine will never do the job of a big machine.

The DC24 is a compact machine, and the handle slides down into the machine for easy storage. You can see from the picture below just how compact and light the Dyson DC24 is.

Again: This model is not particularly suitable for those who have big houses, kids, cats and dogs. It is more suited to the the single or couple household really. Many people use them as a secondary "upstairs" machine in order that the lady of the house doesn't have to carry the "serious downstairs machine" upstairs.

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The DC24 is a small, ultra-lightweight Dyson ball featured in the video below, and demonstrated by our model above, weighing in at a mere 5.4 kilos (That's less than 12 pounds if you think in imperial).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvwyX1M3Z-Q

These machines were criticised for having Johnson brushroll motors that had a quite short life. And indeed, they do fail prematurely. However, that said, you can buy OEM brushroll motors at a keen price and there are good fitting tutorials to assist you in the repair when they fail. Despite the brushroll motor issue that some regard as built in obsolescence or a design fault, they quite rightly remain popular machines. As long as you understand that they are for quite light duty use, a DC24 will serve you well.

There are plenty of DIY repair topics, exploded drawings and technical information to help the home repairer in >>this forum room<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/board,7.0.html) right here. 


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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:05:30 PM
The Dyson DC25

The DC25 is a full size Ball upright vacuum, the replacement for the DC15 and DC18.

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The DC25 vacuum has a washable pre-filter as most Dysons, and a HEPA filter that can be washed a few times.

This vacuum is broadly similar to the DC15, but a little smaller and lighter. Also broadly similar to the DC24, but a larger version.

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It proved to be a more popular model than the DC15 and the DC18. Superseded in 2012 by the DC40 and DC41.

The DC25 - like the DC24 - had a Johnson brushroll motor fitted that is known to fail prematurely. However, that said, you can buy OEM brushroll motors at a keen price and there are good fitting tutorials to assist you in the repair when they fail. Despite the brushroll motor issue that some regard as built in obsolescence or a design fault, they quite rightly remain capable and popular machines.

There are plenty of DIY repair topics, exploded drawings and strip down topics in >>this forum room<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/board,7.0.html) on the site here.


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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:05:44 PM
The Dyson DC26

Ultra compact cylinder model, the DC26, known as the Dyson "City" was claimed to be the World's smallest vacuum cleaner. Even smaller than the DC22. The machine is so small that it will fit onto a piece of A4 paper.

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James Dyson with the DC26.

With a very small dust container of 0.68 litres, and cord length of 5 metres, it was designed for small dwellings with primarily hard floors. It weighs just 5.6 kg and has a claimed 160 AirWatts suction power.

Relatively few remain due to low sales volume originally coupled with very high genuine spare part prices. Production was never high enough to warrant the after-market making many spares for these.


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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:05:59 PM
The Dyson DC27

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The DC27 was a less-popular update of the DC14. The DC27 is a full size upright which has wheels rather than a ball, an auto-adjusting cleaner head and "root-cyclone" technology.

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Available in "All Floors" or "Animal", the only difference between the two being the Animal had a gold coloured cyclone top and a HEPA post-motor filter, and the All Floors had a yellow coloured cyclone top and a normal fleece pad type post-motor filter.


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They were not in production that long before they were facelifted again into what became the DC33.
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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:06:13 PM
The Dyson DC28 and DC28c


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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:06:27 PM
The Dyson DC29

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An Australian version of the DC19 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24199.html#msg24199). Also sold in Russia and other parts of mainland Europe.


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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:06:42 PM
The Dyson DC30

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Cordless handheld model with a brushless switched reluctance motor. Can provide 6 minutes of high and constant suction. It is smaller, lighter and more powerful than the DC16, which uses a conventional motor. The DC30 has a yellow cyclone manifold.

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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:06:57 PM
The Dyson DC31

A cordless handheld model, with the same motor technology as the DC30, but with a larger battery and dual power for more runtime.

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10 minutes of high constant suction (at the same level as the DC30 above) or 6 minutes with 70% higher suction. Available as DC31 with a blue (UK and AUS), yellow (US), or red (EU) cyclone manifold, or the DC31 Animal which has a purple cyclone manifold.

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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:07:37 PM
The Dyson DC32

The Dyson DC32 is for all intents and purposes the same as >>the DC23<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24203.html#msg24203).
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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:07:57 PM
The Dyson DC33 and DC33c

Confusingly, there are two Dyson models designated DC33: The DC33 and the DC33c.

The DC33 Upright:

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The DC33 is an upright vacuum cleaner that replaced the DC27. Revised version of the DC27/DC28. Replacement for the DC14, upright wheeled cleaner that does not use ball technology. Available as Multi Floor (Yellow), Stubborn (White), Animal (Purple), i (Red). The DC33 has a plastic telescopic pole with smaller diameter than the metal telescopic pole of the DC14, so attachments from older Dyson's such as the DC14 do not fit the DC33.

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This model more closely resembles the old DC14 than the DC27 did, using exactly the same style of floorhead as the DC14, DC07 and DC04. The plastic wand pole has been criticised as a lowering of quality from the older metal type, and also causes the main spine of the cleaner to flex more, without the support of the metal wand.

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The fact that older model's tools were not interchangeable was also criticised, with many buyers trading up from the DC07 or DC14 to the DC33, and finding that their old tools would not fit, but Manchester Vacs were the first to address that with an adaptor (https://www.amazon.co.uk//dp/B00WF860E0/). The DC33 uses a single motor for the suction and to drive the brushroll via a mechanical clutch as on the DC04, DC07 and DC14. This unit has been discontinued as of July 2013. The DC33 was the last of the standard non-ball Dyson vacuums, and for some, regarded as the last "proper" Dyson.

The DC33c:

In mainland Europe, the DC33c is a cylinder machine that is similar to the DC37 and DC39.

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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:08:10 PM
The Dyson DC34


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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:09:30 PM
The Dyson DC35

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Dyson Digital Slim. Similar design to the DC30/31/34 but with detachable extension tube, modified electronics and motorised brush head. Launched in 2009. It was replaced by the Dyson V6 Cordless vacuum.

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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:10:02 PM
The Dyson DC36

Same as the DC38 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24218.html#msg24218). The model badged for Japan, France, South Korea and Canada.


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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:10:20 PM
The Dyson DC37

Same as a DC39 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24219.html#msg24219). The model badged for Continental Europe and Canada.


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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:10:39 PM
The Dyson DC38

The DC38 is a smaller version of the DC39.

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Seen above side by side with a larger DC39 for comparison purposes.


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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:10:50 PM
The Dyson DC39

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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:11:03 PM
The Dyson DC40

The DC40 was launched in 2012 and is basically a DC41 (see below) but in a slimmer budget form. It's lightweight, however the cable is shorter, the bin is smaller, the cleaner head is not as wide on early non-ERP models, the motor provides less suction power and the tubes are thinner.


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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:11:19 PM
The Dyson DC41

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The DC41 was launched in 2011. It had several new design features. Primarily, the active base plate. This is a springy soleplate designed to adjust to any carpet height and any type of flooring and seal in the suction to make optimal contact. Secondly, all the tubing and wiring is inside the ball so there's all the weight in one centre and this also makes the ball more manoeuvrable  as there is nothing around the round ball to get in the way.

Furthermore, radial root cyclone technology to capture more dirt and dust than any other cyclone. You get a direct air path for direct airflow which is one of the reasons why this is more powerful than previous models.

In addition, there's a long and narrow sock design pre motor filter for a larger surface area to capture more allergens and bacteria.

The lack of a foot pedal kick stand allows convenience for the user and also in event of the vacuum being dropped, the stabilisers recline rather than break hence why so many DC25s needed a complete chassis replacement.

The ducting is all rounded to optimise airflow like with the DC04/07 models. No bottleneck tubing.

The wand and hose have been improved for quick removal, the handle remains on the vacuum body whilst the plastic wand and hose  are only in use. The lack of a handle gives more flexibility as it could get in the way of reaching awkward places like under sofas for example.

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Finally, people complained the plastic was flexible, however this was done to minimise snapping of plastics. They can now absorb shocks rather than the "solid" plastic which shattered after being under shock.

Problems with the the DC41: Early DC41s are generally disliked by the after-market refurbishing trade due to them being more flimsy than their predecessors making warranties problematical. There was also a design fault (that Dyson improved with the MK2 ERP versions) that meant the central soleplate wheel came out, this causes wear to the wheel mounting on the cleanerhead gearbox and the machine becomes very hard to push as it sucks down to the floor harder. That is explained in more detail here: >>Stripping Down a DC41 Cleaner Head: Brushroll Motor & Design Faults<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,912.0.html). The red cyclone release catch is also well-known to break, but we sell replacements for those.

We sell DC41 spare parts >>here<< (https://shop.manchestervacs.co.uk/dyson-upright-vacuum-cleaner-spares/dc41-spare-parts).


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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:11:33 PM
The Dyson DC42

Same as the DC40 - sold in Canada.
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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:11:45 PM
The Dyson DC43

Same as the DC41 above but one - sold in Canada.

We sell spares for these >>here<< (https://shop.manchestervacs.co.uk/dyson-upright-vacuum-cleaner-spares/dc41-spare-parts).
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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:12:01 PM
The Dyson DC44

Essentially the same as a DC35 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24215.html#msg24215).
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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:12:12 PM
The Dyson DC45

Essentially the same as a DC44 and DC35 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24215.html#msg24215). Sold in Japan and Asia among other places.

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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:12:23 PM
The Dyson DC46

Canadian and Japanese market version of the DC47 below.
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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:12:39 PM
The Dyson DC47

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The DC47 was released in 2012, and is a smaller cylinder model which is an updated DC38 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php?topic=2959.msg24218#msg24218). It differs to the DC38 in that it has the new two tier cyclone, and also the new two channel floor tool.

It weighs 6 kilos and has a suction power of 180 Airwatts.


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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:12:50 PM
The Dyson DC48

Same as the DC49 below, but for the Canadian and Japanese markets. Launched in 2012.
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Post by: MVacs on March 03, 2017, 07:13:01 PM
The Dyson DC49

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Smaller than the cylinder Dyson's of around the same time, this one sits in the market where the DC26 once was. A very small and compact design that has the V4 digital motor. Dyson say it is their "smallest and quietest vacuum cleaner". Only suitable for very light duty use.


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Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:45:10 PM
The Dyson DC50

The DC50 was released in 2012, and was the replacement for the DC24. It is a small and lightweight upright ball cleaner that - like the DC24 - is only suitable for very light duty use (despite marketing claims to the contrary).

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The brushroll has the soft fibre bristles found in the DC35 and DC44 cordless models. However, the black soft bristles on the brushroll wear out very quickly; which means buying a new brushroll more often than might be typical with most Dysons. Further confusion is caused when buying brushrolls as there are two versions: The standard and the ERP. The brush rolls look identical between the two, but there is a few millimeters difference in length between them; and they are not interchangeable. Care must be taken to buy the correct replacement brushroll.

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It weighs 5.4 kg (11.9 lbs) and has a suction rating of 140 airwatts, with a dirt capacity of 0.8 litres. Also featuring the 2 tier radial cyclone system found on the DC47.

The DC50 is repeatedly criticised by users because of a well-documented issue causing the cyclone to block up (http://dysonmedic.co.uk/dyson-dc50-blocked-hissing-not-picking-up/).

It was replaced by the "Small Ball".


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Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:45:24 PM
The Dyson DC51

The DC51 is a Canadian market version of the DC50 above.
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Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:45:37 PM
The Dyson DC52

The DC52 is the same as the DC54 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24235.html#msg24235) cylinder. Sold in Continental Europe and Singapore.
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Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:45:52 PM
The Dyson DC53

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The DC53 is essentially a DC39 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24219.html#msg24219) that came with a few different attachments originally.


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Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:46:05 PM
The Dyson DC54

Essentially the same as the DC52 above.

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A new generation "Cinetic" cylinder vacuum cleaner that has no pre-filter.

As such, if it is used to vacuum up any quantity of fine dust, such as plaster dust or fire ash, it is liable to blow the motor. The machines do have a disclaimer on them to that effect.


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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:46:30 PM
The Dyson DC55

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A red version of >>the DC41<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24221.html#msg24221).
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Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:46:46 PM
The Dyson DC56

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Also called the "Dyson Hard".

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The Dyson Hard DC56 is the only Dyson vacuum cleaner to combine suction and a wet wipe — removing dirt and grime in one motion. This cordless vacuum cleaner is engineered for hard floors but can also transform into a regular handheld. It has the usual handheld Root Cyclone technology, is powered by the Dyson digital motor V2, and weighs less than 5 pounds.

We have yet to see one, but allegedly they exist!


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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:47:00 PM
The Dyson DC57

Canadian version of the DC56 above.
Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:47:14 PM
The Dyson DC58

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A cordless handheld machine. Same as a DC59/V6 but without the extension pole. Also called the "V6 Trigger Pro".

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Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:47:37 PM
The Dyson DC59

The DC59 is the same as the DC58 handheld with an extension pole and newly configured motorhead. Essentially the same as a V6 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24241.html#msg24241).

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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:48:13 PM
The Dyson V6

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For the "V6 Trigger Pro", see DC58 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24239.html#msg24239).

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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:48:49 PM
The Dyson DC60

Dyson doesn't appear to have made a DC60 model. If you know different, tell us.


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Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:49:02 PM
The Dyson DC61

The DC61 handheld vacuum cleaner is powered by the Dyson V6 digital motor. Featuring a 350W motor and a re-engineered nickel manganese cobalt battery.

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This is essentially a DC59/V6 supplied without the long pole and cleaner head for floors. It comes instead with a motorised head as seen in the photo. Designed for surfaces you can reach by hand, for example mattresses, soft furniture, surfaces and cars.

The Dyson DC61 is sold in Canada and some Asian markets like Singapore.

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In our opinion, it is the same machine as a DC58 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24239.html#msg24239).

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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:49:27 PM
The Dyson DC62

The Dyson DC62 is essentially the same as the DC59 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24240.html#msg24240) and the V6 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24241.html#msg24241).

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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:49:41 PM
The Dyson DC63

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An updated version of the DC48 and DC49 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24229.html#msg24229).

A cylinder machine that is smaller and lighter than the full size range. Shown below on the left next to a DC37 for comparison.

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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:49:55 PM
The Dyson DC64


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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:50:09 PM
The Dyson DC65 - Also known as a UP13

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The DC65 is essentially a >>DC41<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24221.html#msg24221) badged as such mostly for the Australian, US and Canadian markets.

We sell spares for these >>here<< (https://shop.manchestervacs.co.uk/dyson-upright-vacuum-cleaner-spares/dc41-spare-parts).


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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:50:23 PM
The Dyson DC66 - Also known as a UP13

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The DC66 is a Canadian version of the DC65 above. Essentially a >>DC41<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24221.html#msg24221).

We sell spares for these >>here<< (https://shop.manchestervacs.co.uk/dyson-upright-vacuum-cleaner-spares/dc41-spare-parts).


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Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:50:38 PM
The Dyson DC67

Dyson told us they didn't launch a DC67 model.

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Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:50:53 PM
The Dyson DC68

Dyson never made a DC68 from what we can find out. If you know different, tell us.


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Post by: MVacs on March 04, 2017, 10:51:09 PM
The Dyson DC69

Dyson never made a DC69 from what we can find out. If you know different, tell us.


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Post by: MVacs on March 06, 2017, 08:19:42 PM
The Dyson DC70

Dyson never made a DC70 from what we can find out. If you know different, tell us.


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Post by: MVacs on March 06, 2017, 08:19:57 PM
The Dyson DC71

Dyson never made a DC71 from what we can find out. If you know different, tell us.


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Post by: MVacs on March 06, 2017, 08:20:14 PM
The Dyson DC72

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The DC72 is essentially a US and Canadian variant of the V6 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24241.html#msg24241).


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Post by: MVacs on March 06, 2017, 08:20:29 PM
The Dyson DC73

Dyson made the DC73 for the Japanese market. It is the same as a DC59/V6 Motorhead (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24240.html#msg24240).

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Post by: MVacs on March 06, 2017, 08:30:50 PM
The Dyson DC74

The DC74 is a cordless model sold in Japan.

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It is essentially a DC62 with a different floor head on there.

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Replaced by the Dyson V6 Fluffy SV09.


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Title: Re: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.
Post by: MVacs on March 06, 2017, 08:31:40 PM
The Dyson DC75 (also known as the Cinetic Big Ball or the UP14)

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Post by: MVacs on March 06, 2017, 09:11:37 PM
The Dyson DC76

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A US market model, the "DC76 Cinetic Canister Vacuum" is essentially a DC54 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24235.html#msg24235).


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Post by: MVacs on March 06, 2017, 09:12:11 PM
The Dyson DC77 - UP14

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The DC77 is a Canadian market version of the DC75 Big Ball Cinetic (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24287.html#msg24287) above.


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Post by: MVacs on March 06, 2017, 09:29:53 PM
The Dyson V8 (and V7)

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Introduced in 2016, the Dyson V8 is an updated version of the DC59/V6 with better battery life (up to 40 mins without the brush heads is claimed), modifications to the bin emptying mechanism, and reported quieter operation than its predecessor due to a different noise frequency and noise dampening post motor filter. 28 Air watts on normal power and 115 in turbo mode. Their motorised floor heads are driven by their own separate motors.

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With the V8, Dyson introduced a new tool fitting socket which means that tools from previous Dyson models won't fit without an adaptor. However, the spare parts after-market has already responded to this and Dyson V8 tool adaptors are now available.

The Dyson V7:

In the US, Dyson market a machine badged as the V7.

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This appears to be the same as a V8 apart from it lacks the blue exhaust filter unit on the back of the V8. In 2017 it was selling at $100 less than a V8 on Dyson's US site.

Many buyers were concerned that Dyson changed the tool fittings on these machines which rendered the tools from previous Dyson models useless. However, you can now buy a >>Dyson V8 and V7 adaptor set<< (https://shop.manchestervacs.co.uk/dyson-cordless-handheld-spares/dyson-v8-tool-adaptor) to resolve that problem.

We sell spares for these >>here<< (https://shop.manchestervacs.co.uk/dyson-cordless-handheld-spares).


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Post by: MVacs on March 06, 2017, 09:31:19 PM
The Dyson 360 Eye Robotic Vacuum Cleaner

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The Dyson 360 Eye, a floor cleaning robot, uses a 360 panoramic vision camera and IR distance sensors to map a room and navigate, enabling it to perform a systematic cleaning pattern that covers the accessible floor area only once.

Launched in 2014, Dyson's proper entry into this market segment (not counting the DC06) also features cyclonic dust separation, a Dyson V2 digital motor, tank treads for traction, a full-width brush-bar, and user interface via a free iOS or Android app.

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Our first impressions back in 2016 >>when we first tried one<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2587.msg19675.html#msg19675) was that the software needed more work.

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That may be better now. If you have one, make a fresh topic >>here<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php?action=post;board=10.0) and give us your up to date review.


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Post by: MVacs on March 08, 2017, 12:10:06 PM
The Dyson DC78

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The Dyson DC78 is a Canadian market version of the DC54 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24235.html#msg24235) cylinder vacuum.


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Post by: MVacs on March 08, 2017, 12:24:53 PM
The Dyson DC79


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Post by: MVacs on March 08, 2017, 12:25:08 PM
The Dyson DC80

According to media in Korea, the DC80 is this.

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A white version of the V6, with a V8 type filter on the back, without the extension pole, for mattresses and soft furnishings.

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We cannot verify this on any official Dyson media. If you can shine some light on this, please >>tell us<< (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,3082.0.html).


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Post by: MVacs on March 08, 2017, 12:25:23 PM
The Dyson DC81


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Post by: MVacs on March 08, 2017, 12:53:43 PM
The Dyson Cinetic "Big Ball" Cylinder

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As a "Cinetic" cleaner, this machine doesn't have a pre-motor filter.

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This is an updated version of the DC54 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24235.html#msg24235) and is the first to break the "DC" numbering system of previous units in most markets.

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With this model, Dyson again changed the tool fitting socket so that older tools cannot be used. However, with this model they included an adaptor in order that older tools can still be used.


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Post by: MVacs on March 08, 2017, 01:32:04 PM
The Dyson "Small Ball"

The Dyson "Small Ball" is essentially a facelifted DC50 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24231.html#msg24231) by another name. It has a few minor differences in spare part fittings than the DC50.


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Post by: MVacs on March 10, 2017, 12:29:41 AM
The Dyson DC82


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Post by: MVacs on March 10, 2017, 12:29:59 AM
The Dyson DC83


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Post by: MVacs on March 10, 2017, 12:30:16 AM
The Dyson DC84


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Post by: MVacs on March 06, 2018, 07:40:19 PM
The Dyson V10

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The Dyson V10 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 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,3501.msg28881.html#msg28881). 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 (https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,3499.msg28874/topicseen.html#msg28874)

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Post by: MVacs on May 13, 2018, 02:32:51 PM
The Dyson V4 Digital CY29

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

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

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

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2seJaQVkFmg