Dyson is promising users of the ‘ultimate’ clean with the release of two, power-packed cleaning machines.
The DC21 Motorhead vacuum cleaner and DC16 Motorhead Handheld devours deep down dirt and dust as it features an independently driven motorised brushbar. The vacuum cleaners also have a unique Radix Cyclone technology to spin the dirt, dust and debris out of the air and into the bin, the company says.
Inventor and Head of Dyson, James Dyson said, “When we were developing the motorhead we looked at how everyday dirt was picked up by using a camera that can take 40,000 frames per second – that’s 1600 times the number of frames your home video plays. This meant we could finely tune the machines brush bar to pick up the most elusive dirt.”
Dyson’s latest barrel vacuum cleaner sports an independently driven brushbar, while its head has been designed with Dyson’s unique ball-like technology for maximum maneuverability. The DC21 also features Dyson’s Telescopic wrap for easy carrying and storage.
Its Hepa and Bactisafe filter claims to have a filtration efficiency of 99.9999%, with the air expelled from the DC21 containing 150 times less mould and bacteria than the air we breathe.
The DC16 Motorhead offers the addition of a motorised brushbar for those after a more robust spot clean of pet hairs and stubborn fibres from carpets, cars and couches. The DC16 Motorhead also offers twice the suction power of other handhelds, 3x faster recharge, hygienic bin emptying and Dyson’s unique radix cyclone technology for continuous high performance suction, the company says.
Pricing and Availability
The DC21 and DC16 Motorhead is now available and has an RRP of $1,099 and $349 respectively.