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Dyson have invented the only vacuum that never loses suction.

All other vacuums lose suction without maintenance. Bags need to be changed, filters need to be washed or replaced.

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Conventional dust bags clog and cause loss of suction

Others claim 'No loss of suction' -
but with only 50g of dust

Other vacuums base their 'No loss of suction' claims on IEC 60312-1 clause 5.9. This is a suction power test that can be passed using only a small amount of dust – before the vacuum's bin is full. So although it might claim 'No loss of suction,' the vacuum may actually lose suction after sucking up as little as 50g of dust.

In order to reflect real usage, Dyson has gone further to prove DC54 will never lose suction in its lifetime. Based on the same test, DC54 maintains constant suction after sucking up 10 years’ worth of test dust.

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How we do it

54 Dyson Cinetic™ cyclones have rubber tips that vibrate at a high frequency. This prevents the cyclone aperture from clogging. The cyclones are so efficient at dust separation that no filter maintenance is required – meaning no loss of suction.

Watch the video and see how Dyson have re-invented vacuum technology — again.

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The only vacuum with no bags to buy, no filters to maintain and no loss of suction

Bagged vacuums lose suction because the bag pores clog and block air flow.

Most bagless vacuums use inefficient cyclones to separate dirt and dust from the air. Dust that isn't captured passes onto the filter – clogging it.

To prevent loss of suction, you need to regularly wash or replace the filter.

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Engineered to follow with greater control.

DC54 turns on the spot and follows effortlessly around the home, without the awkward moves.

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Ball technology™ –
low centre of gravity
and central steering.

All of the vacuum's key components are housed within the ball itself, including the electronics, the motor, the pre-motor filter and up to 6.5 m of power cable. This creates a low centre of gravity and provides stability.

Dyson Ball™ cylinder vacuums are also the only cylinder machines to have a central steering mechanism, so they follow accurately as you pull them along.

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Removes dirt and dust from every floor type.

DC54's turbine head has stiff nylon bristles to remove ground-in dirt from carpet, and soft carbon fibre filaments to gently remove dust from hard floors. There's no need to adjust anything when moving from one floor to another.

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The latest turbine head with carbon fibre filaments.

The brush bars of most vacuums only contain nylon bristles. While these loosen dirt from carpets, they're less effective on hard floors where fine dust can be left behind.

Dyson brush bars are different. They have a row of anti-static carbon fibre filaments, as well as nylon bristles. The filaments prevent the build up of static charge that holds dust to the floor, allowing it to be sucked up into the vacuum.

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