Say Goodbye to big vacuums: the future’s here and it’s cable-free

Dyson does it again with an absolute game changer

Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute

Technology makes the recent past look very silly. Smartphones are a great example: you mean people used to have to guess what building you’d be in if they wanted to call you? You waited how long to see your holiday photos? 

Dyson is about to do the same to cleaning. The new Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute is the quickest, best vacuum cleaner ever created – and it’s cordless. Imagine. People used to haul heavy uprights around. And they had to plug them in all the time! 

You know the benefits of cordless cleaning: no cord means no limits, no awkward stretching and no need to keep finding somewhere to plug in.

The Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute takes that to the next level. It’s got the most powerful suction of any cordless vacuum, ever. And more flexibility than ever before. Also, it looks a bit like a spaceship.

It’s doomsday for dust

Dyson’s cordless vacuums have always been brilliant for hard floors, but the Cyclone V10 Absolute is superb on carpets too. It’s as powerful as an upright. [1]

The dramatic redesign is a big part of that. The motor, bin and cyclone are now aligned, and that’s not just because it looks good. It draws air into the cyclones – all fourteen of them, accelerating airflow from 45mph to 120mph as the cyclone narrows, generating forces of over 79,000G. 

The next generation of Dyson’s Digital Motor technology, the Digital Motor V10, is Dyson’s fastest yet- spinning at 125,000rpm. The Cyclone V10 Absolute develops 20% more suction [2] than the already impressive Dyson V8, and with the direct drive cleaner head that means deep cleaning removing ground-in dirt. 

Once they’re in the bin, those particles are going nowhere until you use the improved point-and-shoot mechanism for hygienic emptying. The fully-sealed filtration system traps 99.97% of particles down to just 0.3 microns. That means it cleans the air as well as the floor [3] – and with 40% more capacity there’s no need to empty it until you’ve trapped every last speck of dust.

Keep on running

More power doesn’t mean less stamina. The Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute has a seven-cell nickel-cobalt-aluminium battery and three power modes to deliver the right amount of power whenever you need it. It delivers 60 minutes of fade-free suction to deep [4] clean different surfaces in your home, and because the V10 Absolute transforms from a stick to a handheld in just one click it can go everywhere. 

There’s also the usual dizzying range of accessories for every conceivable kind of cleaning, something that’s particularly handy in tight spaces or more challenging messes, and the tools are easily stored in the wall mounted drop-in charging dock.

Upright-style power doesn’t mean upright-style noise. Thanks to some clever acoustic engineering the V10 Absolute absorbs vibration and dampens the sound.

More than a cleaning

With more power, more capacity, more convenience and more usefulness than ever before, the Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute is incredible. It’s not just an impressive piece of engineering. It’s a huge time saver too. Engineered to deep clean anywhere, the Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute is an absolute game changer. It’s also £449.99 if you buy it from John Lewis.

Click here to order the Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute from John Lewis.

[1] Suction tested to EN 60312-1 CL5.8 and CL5.9 at the flexible inlet, against cord-free market, loaded to bin full, tested in MAX mode.

[2] Based on software simulation – Dyson internal.

[3] Tested against EN 60312-1 5.11. Tested in MAX mode.

[4] Stated runtime applies in suction mode 1 with a non-motorized tool attached.

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