Dyson’s latest Dyson Digital Slim™ cordless vacuum cleaner, the DC59, is powered by the Dyson digital motor V6, which spins up to 110,000 times
a minute. That’s up to 3 times faster than conventional motors.
Dyson’s 2 Tier Radial™ cyclones further enhance suction power. Fifteen cyclones, arranged across two tiers, work in parallel to increase airflow and capture fine dust, with particles as small as 0.5 microns are captured from the airflow.
Dyson engineers put the same effort into developing floor tools as Dyson machines. DC59 comes with the latest motorised head, engineered to be lighter and improve pick-up. The new configuration of carbon fibre filaments and nylon bristle strips removes fine dust from hard floors.
The tool is now also wider than its predecessor for greater surface coverage, and the neck has been extended by 30 mm. For fade-free power, DC59 uses a re-engineered nickel, manganese and cobalt battery, customised to deliver the level of power and battery life that the machine needs. This gives it 1.5 times more power than its predecessor.
Another addition to the model is the run-time enhancing trigger. The trigger grip releases instantly, meaning battery power is only used for cleaning. It allows 26 minutes of cleaning time.
DC59 Animal also comes with a Mini motorised tool
for tough tasks
such as removing hair and dirt from upholstery and confined spaces.