“This is the reason why I’ve stopped developing corded vacuums”- James Dyson
- The Dyson Cyclone V10TM cord-free vacuum has suction of a cylinder vacuum.
- Dyson digital motor V10 is smaller and lighter – yet has 20% more suction power than the Dyson V8TM cord-free vacuum.
- New in-line format for linear airflow path and ‘point and shoot’ bin emptying mechanism for ease of use.
Dyson today unveiled its most advanced motor technology to date. The all new Dyson digital motor V10 is almost half the weight of its predecessor, the Dyson digital motor V8, and is Dyson’s fastest and most power-dense digital vacuum motor – spinning at up to125,000rpm. Sitting at the heart of the new Dyson Cyclone V10TM cord-free vacuum cleaner, it drives Cylinder suction power1, with no compromise in versatility.
James Dyson said: ‘A strong performing machine starts with an efficient motor. The Dyson digital motor V10 is Dyson’s most advanced. It’s what enabled us to entirely change the format of a vacuum cleaner. The Dyson Cyclone V10 vacuum is so light, so powerful, it can deep clean anywhere in your home. It is the reason why I’ve stopped developing cylinder vacuums.’
The Dyson Cyclone V10TM cord-free vacuum is built around the Dyson digital motor V10. The new motor allowed Dyson engineers to rotate the cyclones and bin assembly by 90 degrees, into an in-line format. This creates a linear airflow path. It also allows a ‘point and shoot’ bin emptying mechanism for ease of use. And with a choice of up to 40% bigger bin capacity3, you can clean more of your home and empty less. Top to bottom. Then out to the car.
Energy Storage System
Dyson engineers wanted to deliver enough power to the fast spinning Dyson digital motor V10, while also extending the runtime. They engineered a more energy-dense battery, without any additional weight. Along with improved electronics and battery system management, it gives the new Dyson Cyclone V10TM cord-free vacuum up to 60 minutes of suction. And because the machine has a trigger, rather than an on/off switch the moment you pull the trigger, the motor starts and accelerates to operating speed in a fraction of a second.