Here’s another Dyson innovation folks living in down under may be interested. We are not sure why Dyson choose to launch the Dyson Purifier Formaldehyde range in Australia, though.
Dyson, the British appliance maker best known for innovations in air-related home appliances, has introduced a few exciting technologies for cordless stick vacuum. The star technology is a technology probably no one asked for, but no less useful for OCD like myself.
You may have heard Dyson had a plan to make a battery electric vehicle (BEV). It wasn’t just a “plan”. The company best known for its vacuum cleaners had sunk in up to a tune of US$500 million before eventually calling a quit. We are not here to dissect why we won’t have a giant …
Barely two months since Dyson launched the Dyson V8 Slim, the lightweight version of its V8 cordless stick vacuum, it has announced yet another lightweight cordless vacuum called, well, Dyson Digital Slim.
Possibly understanding that its cordless stick vacuum can be a little unwieldy, Dyson has introduced a new much lighter model called Dyson V8 Slim. Weighing in at just 2.15 kilograms (4.74 lbs), the Dyson V8 Slim is the lightest cordless stick vacuum from the British company yet.
Dyson has responded to a call by British Prime Minister to help bolster the supply of ventilators required to treat the growing number of COVID-19 patients in the U.K. The British home appliance innovator responded with a ventilator, called CoVent, that it has designed in just 10 days.
Good news, Queen’s people. Dyson 360 Heurist Robot is now available in home market U.K. When it was first announced last September, the second robot vacuum from Dyson wasn’t listed for U.K. market. However, it is now available in the U.K. market for anyone who is willing to drop a healthy £799.99.
You got to give it to Dyson for having the knack of reinventing everyday appliances and giving them upmarket stickers. The latest to join Dyson’s arsenal of re-engineered appliances with exorbitant price tag is the Dyson Corrale Hair Straightener that cost a cool $499.99.
This is Dyson Lightcycle Morph Lamp, Dyson‘s latest lamp. It so named because, it intelligently adjusts the color temperature and brightness based on local daylight, your age and the task to provide optimal illumination.
It’s OK if you haven’t heard that Dyson has a robot vacuum called 360 Eye in its portfolio because, it is so pricey that many would pretend it never existed. It is also perfectly fine if you didn’t know that it has a second-generation robot vacuum called Dyson 360 Heurist because, it won’t be available …