Everyone know Dyson for their bladeless fans, which this technology is known as Air Multiplier. These innovative desktop fans which “wow” the consumer industry was announced back in 2009. But, did you know that Sir James Dyson started off with his idea for bagless vacuum cleaners back in the 1970s? The reduce of suction power in conventional vacuum cleaners is due to loads of dust clogging the dust bag. Using the cyclone technology from a sawmill, Dyson finally launched the “G-Force” cleaner in 1983 after 5,127 prototypes over 5 years. His today’s success is due to his preservance and beliefs in his own innovations.
This year, Dyson launches an amazing bagless vacuum cleaner which is cordless, has a powerful suction power and compact in design. This latest home consumer product is called the Dyson V8. Regardless of any Dyson products, the company spends lots of money and time on research and testing to perfect it’s motor design. Likewise, the company spends more than 18 months of R&D and 500,000 hours of testing on this latest V8 digital motors.
With over 10 years of experience in cord-free and motor technology, Dyson V8 is engineered to have increased runtime, more powerful suction, less noise generated and better hygienic dirt ejection.
What’s New In Dyson V8
Weighing just 2.6kg, the Dyson V8’s digital motor can spin up to 110,000 rpm with fade-free suction power. A Ferrari motor spins about 19,000 rpm. The magic behind this incredible speed is the neodymium magnet, which does not emit any carbon dust and don’t wear out fast. The V8 digital motor is also closely monitored by its electronics and software.
Despite the Dyson V8 weighs 2.6kg, you can barely feel it’s weight because it is ergonomically designed. Which means, the main weight is in your palm, while the middle and bottom are light. With simple and thoughtful cleaner head designs, the Dyson V8 Fluffy comes with 5 different accessories for carpets, floors and hard to reach places. Paired with Dyson cleaner head technology, these accessories are designed to have a better suction seal.
The Dyson previous generations allow up to 20 minutes of vacuuming. For the Dyson V8, it allows 40 minutes of full power vacuuming experience without fade out after 5 hours of full charge. This is due to the upgraded nickel-cobalt-aluminum batteries. By operating and charging the V8 every day, the estimated expectancy of the battery is about 3 years. With a new battery runtime indicator, this will give the user a visual indication of remaining cleaning time. The battery can be replaced at Dyson Customer Service Centre.
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In order to prevent dust, bacteria and allergens as small as 0.3 microns to be trapped within the V8, this cordless vacuum cleaner has a built-in post HEPA filter. This filter is recommended to be washed monthly and reused. With this, the output air generated by the Dyson V8 is cleaner than the air we breathe.
The engineers in Dyson also redesigned the hygienic dirt ejector by driving out trapped dust and dirt using rubber collar as it slides down the shroud. Leaving a cleaner and more hygienic bin in a single action.
Conclusion Of The Dyson V8
Unlike it’s predecessor Dyson V6 which runs at 350W, the Dyson V8 runs at 425W. The V8 has an upgraded fade-free nickel-cobalt-aluminum batteries with better electronics and software. It also produces 50% less noise than it’s previous generations, without losing any suction power. With the new V8 digital motor design, this compact cordless vacuum cleaner can deliver more suction power over a longer period of time. The overall materials used for the Dyson V8 are lightweight and durable. Did you know that the Dyson V8 polycarbonate clear bin is made from the same material from riot shields?
The Dyson V8 Fluffy is priced at $1,099, Dyson V8 Motorhead is priced at $999 and Dyson V8 Absolute is priced at $1,199. The Dyson V8 Absolute is exclusive to Best Denki.