The Dyson DC28 Animal makes new as WIRED Magazines EDITOR'S PICK:
June 1, 2009
A review by Jen Trolio staes; "the cleaner head allows for
maximum crud removal". The high prasing review touts the new model as;
"Pet Owners, the Animal Vac is Man's Second-Best Friend". Other online
reviews such as Gizmodo, InTechNews, and others praise the new model for
superior suction and overall cleaning performance.The new Dyson Airmuscle is announced for pre-orders:
May 27, 2009
The Outlet is please to announce the release of the Dyson Airmuscle. The model represents Dyson's most advanced cleaner head technology. Engineered to pick up more dirt. Starting on June 5th, the Airmuscle can be pre-ordered from The Oulet, with orders shipping within 2 weeks after order (subject to change).
Dyson vacuums keep working:
May 21, 2009
Other machines use replacement bags, filters, and belts. With Dyson, there are no filters are bags to buy. Dyson upright and canister vacuums are guraranteed for five years (new models):
The DC17 All Floors becomes available at The Outlet
May 6, 2009
We are happy to make the proven DC17 All Floors Upright vacuum available to our online customers. The DC17 All Floors provides an alternative to the Animal model. The All Floors vacuum includes three (3) standard on-board tools, including a crevice, dust, and furniture tool.
Zero Carbon Emission DC22 Turbinehead Canister available online.
March 23, 2009
The Outlet is please to announce availability of the new Dyson DC22 Turbinehead canister vacuum. The model deploys new Dyson zero carbon emission technology, making this vacuum a great “Green Choice”. The reduced size, weight, and zero emission are possible with the new 11 amp Dyson digital motor.
The vacuum includes a turbobrush (air driven beater bar) that can be turned on & off for varying floor surfaces. A bristled hard floor tool is also included for delicate hard floors.
Even the Competition wants Dyson Technology
November 12, 2008
In 1999, Dyson won a long court battle against a rival competitor concerning patent infringement. To date, many manufacturers still try to copy the Dyson Technology to no avail. Dyson technology continues to evolve and sets the standard for the industry and competitors.
Dyson introduces new Carbon Free Technology
August 7, 2008
Current electric motor technology has not evolved much within the past 100 years. The contact brushes in these motors wear and release carbon dust. The Dyson digital motor works differently. The microchip controlled motor spins at 88,000 RPM, without the use of fixed magnets or brushes. Due to the advanced high speed, the digital motor is half the weight and size of comparable conventional motors.
Dyson Vacuum Cleaners Top Rated in PDM Survey
April 20, 2008
Dyson vacuum cleaners emerged as top winners in a study conducted by PDM (Plastic Design & Molding). Dyson was named for products that best exemplify innovation in design. This innovation is clearly demonstrated in Dyson vacuum cleaners and iconic designs.
Dyson Cyclone Technology
March 15, 2008
Dyson cyclone technology is one of the many magic features that make the vacuums consumer favorites. Dyson machines now employ smaller multiple cyclones which create higher centrifugal forces allowing the vacuum to capture more microscopic dust.
Appliance Magazine.com announces release of DC24 & DC25 Ball Vacuums
January 21, 2008
ApplainceMagazine.com reveals release of the DC24, the lightest Dyson upright to date. The ultra-light model weighs 12 lbs, and condenses the power and performance of a full size upright into a compact machine. The article also highlights the powerful 16 lb. DC25 patented cyclonic technology, expelled clean air, lifetime HEPA filter, and single action high reach wand.
What Makes a Dyson Ball™ Better
Jan. 5, 2008
Normal vacuum cleaners have fixed axles on four (4) wheels designed for motion forward and backwards. Fixed wheel positions are not designed to turn corners effectively.
A Dyson Ball™ is different. It rides on a ball, pivoting on a single point, and allows the vacuum to maneuver in any direction with ease. A ball can turn on the spot. The end result is a more efficient design that reduces effort and user fatigue.
Popular Mechanics Blog Article; Dyson vacuum cleaners have “superpower”
June 25, 2007
The Popular Mechanics article notes the DC18 model with “unparalleled suction”, “a new benchmark for the industry”, “impeccably engineered and vacuum still leading the competition. Writer Erik Sofge also used eloquent and humors remarks to note; “the slim still feels like the dirt and carpet fuzz inhaling Lamborghini that it is”.
The slim DC18 carries forward design elements from earlier models with updates and the Ball design to make this lightweight maneuver on a dime.