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2007-05-04

DYSON DC 16

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The only handheld that doesn't lose suction. 'Dyson is all about developing new and better technology - and now Dyson's engineers have applied these principles to handhelds. Dyson Root 6 is the only handheld vacuum with powerful constant suction.' James Dyson. Other cordless handheld vacuums rely on filters to trap the dirt. These start to clog as soon as you start to pick up dust, causing loss of suction. A Dyson works differently - the dirt is spun from the air into the bin so the suction stays constant.

Twice the suction of others in use - Powerful constant suction Root Cyclone technology - the most advanced Dyson cyclone technology Up to 3x faster recharging - 21.6 volts lithium ion battery technology Hygienic and quick to empty - one touch emptying - no need to touch the dirt LED battery indicator - indicates battery charge levels and diagnostic status No running costs - lifetime filters that never need replacing - just wash at least every 3 to 6 months Lightweight and ergonomic - only 1.5kg with balanced weight distribution for easy handling Durable tough construction - made from the strongest materials available to withstand bumps and bashes Clear bin - tough polycarbonate lets you see how its working and when to empty Combination accessory tool - debris nozzle converts to a brush tool for dusting Large debris pick up - picks up crumbs and large particles Crevice tool - extra tool for cleaning in tight gaps and awkward spaces No extra costs - lifetime filters and no bags to buy 2 year guarantee - fast service by Dyson
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