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This topic is to support this topic: Full Dyson Vacuum Model Numbers & Product List. With Photos. Better than Wikipedia.

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So our Wiki type topic is live. As is this correction topic.  :icon_nod:

I've still some work to do on the main topic, but most of it is done.

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Ref the DC11. There was going to be a digital motor version and some were produced. You can see on the standard wand where there were going to put the remote buttons and you can see the receiver lens on the main body. A digital version was on Ebay a few years ago and was bought back by Dyson.


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Ref the DC11. There was going to be a digital motor version and some were produced. You can see on the standard wand where there were going to put the remote buttons and you can see the receiver lens on the main body. A digital version was on Ebay a few years ago and was bought back by Dyson.

I'm guessing they saved that idea till the DC12 then? Some of those had remote buttons on the handle, and they had digital motors.

I have heard of the digital motor version, but never seen one or a photo of one even. They must have been a prototype if Dyson bought one back. We just bought a DC12 UK version that never technically existed too.

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Dc05 had buttons on the wand for the motorhead, wish I still had mine.

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The link under the DC05 post references the DC02!
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Ref the DC11. There was going to be a digital motor version and some were produced. You can see on the standard wand where there were going to put the remote buttons and you can see the receiver lens on the main body. A digital version was on Ebay a few years ago and was bought back by Dyson.

I'm guessing they saved that idea till the DC12 then? Some of those had remote buttons on the handle, and they had digital motors.

I have heard of the digital motor version, but never seen one or a photo of one even. They must have been a prototype if Dyson bought one back. We just bought a DC12 UK version that never technically existed too.

I hope this photo shows the DC11 range.
DC01, DC02, DC03, DC04, DC05, DC07 + USA DC07, DC11, DC15, DC16, DC17, DC18, DC24, DC25, DC26, DC27, DC41, CYCLON !!

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I promise MVacs that this time I will keep from off topic - and actually help out rather than most other times...


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The link under the DC05 post references the DC02!

It goes to the cylinder room? Edit - spotted what you mean now.

I hope this photo shows the DC11 range.

Ta very much. Now updated.  :tiphat:

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I hope you don't mind me saying but I think some dc04/05 had H level none washable pre
Motor filters too earlier on.
DC01, DC02, DC03, DC04, DC05, DC07 + USA DC07, DC11, DC15, DC16, DC17, DC18, DC24, DC25, DC26, DC27, DC41, CYCLON !!

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I hope you don't mind me saying but I think some dc04/05 had H level none washable pre
Motor filters too earlier on.

The ones with the yellow cage were post filters weren't they?

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I've sent some pictures over for you to have a look at  ;D
DC01, DC02, DC03, DC04, DC05, DC07 + USA DC07, DC11, DC15, DC16, DC17, DC18, DC24, DC25, DC26, DC27, DC41, CYCLON !!

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I hope you don't mind me saying but I think some dc04/05 had H level none washable pre
Motor filters too earlier on.

The ones with the yellow cage were post filters weren't they?
Yeah think so - some early DC04's had them.

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Anyone fancy writing up the DC40 and DC41 page?

https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,2959.msg24220.html#msg24220

You can bung it here if so and I'll edit if needed, add images and move it over.

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If it involves a DC41 then I'll happily oblige ;D

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DC14s are tanks, just need a slightly longer motor life. Do plastic parts often break on DC14s? Nope. DC41- Sexy looking futuristic and powerful machine. Just needs a better designed cleaner head wheel and cyclone clip along with a dense metal rod in the chassis.

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