February 19, 2014

Meet the Dyson

I am declaring myself as a domesticated goddess. I can cook, clean the house, do the laundry, and I can marry the new Dyson Vacuum Cleaner to make the declaration official. 

The Dyson Vacuum Cleaner can be every woman's knight in shining armor. During the launch of this amazing new British product last Monday, we got to know more about its technology. 

First off, Dyson Vacuum Cleaner uses no bag filter. It took 5,127 prototypes and numeroous set backs before James Dyson developed the world's first cyclonic vacuum cleaner with no loss of suction. He found out that the bag is clogging the machine causing it to lose suction and leave behind dirt. 

What makes the Dyson Vacuum Cleaner extra special?

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Radiant Root Cyclone Technology that uses every angle of each airway to ensure microscopic particles are spun out of the airflow and captured in the bin. The Ball Technology that ensures stable manoeuvering around tight corners, while the Cordless Technology can help you alternate from carpets, to light fixtures and curtains. 

Each unit costs around Php 40,000

Aside from Vacuum Cleaners, the Air Multiplier is the world's first bladeless fan that creates a cool, smooth and uninterrupted airflow. Air is accelerated through an annular aperture set within the loop amplifier - this creates a jet of air which passes over an airfoil-shaped ramp that channels its direction. This is super safe and sleek!

The Dyson products are really impressive and are great investments. Dyson machines are found in Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, the Vatican Harvard and the Time Warner Centre in New York. Soon, I wish to have some nice Dyson products at home! I would have to put these in my wishlist!

What do you think of the Dyson products? 

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