Forget everything you know or have learned about vacuum cleaners.
Dyson is blowing that out of the water with the Dyson DC44- a lightweight cordless vacuum cleaner, engineered for flexible, powerful, and high performance cleaning. Plus it’s a cooling looking machine.
These aren’t just words on computer screen, a lot of thought, research and time went into developing this perfect machine.
“Dyson engineers used Archimedes’ simple, but brilliant lever principle to perfect the configuration of the machine – giving it perfect poise in the hand,” explains James Dyson. “Power in the grip and balance in the wand has given us an agile machine that performs better.”
Lightweight and easy to handle, it’s hard for me to say this, but the CD44 actually makes vacuuming fun- if that is at all possible.
You will also notice the DC44 is powerful. Packing twice the power of the DC35 floor tool into this new model, it gets your floors and carpets clean while getting in those tough to reach places with less effort. The DC44 is a dream for car cleaning.
Studies show that not getting those floors and corners clean can eventually lead to health problems for the inhabitants of the house. Dyson gets you home, office, or garage clean.
Why does it clean so well?
This is technical explanation from Dyson:
The brush bar has carbon fiber filaments for removing fine dust from hard floors. DC44 Animal has a run time of 20 minutes or 8 minutes on Boost mode. Powered by the Dyson digital motor, DC44 Animal has a fade-free nickel manganese cobalt battery and Root Cyclone™ technology for constant, powerful suction.
Dyson makes an entire line of innovative products, but their vacuums are legendary.
It’s all possible because of research. Dyson put in 3 years of intensive R&D by a team of 50 Dyson engineers, and an investment of over $10.3 million. It didn’t stop there- $18.5 million was spent to design and develop the Dyson digital motor V2.
During the research and development, every component of the DC44 was put through hundreds of tests and Dyson’s unforgiving test team was to see if there were issues or problems.
Dyson’s procedure and findings:
The team simulated accidental collisions 7,462 times, conducted 3,340 impact tests on the wand and floor tool by striking them against the floor and even simulated connecting the battery pack to the charger 4,008 times. The cleaner head was put through Dyson’s push-pull testing rig, traveling over 350 miles.
This means that Dyson’s digital motors – the fastest, highest power density motors ever developed are powering Dyson’s vacuums, including the DC44.
Dyson also offers a great warranty where parts and labor are covered for two years.
The Dyson DC44 vacuum cleaner is available now on dyson.com and most major retailers, and costs $399.99. A small price to pay for piece of mind that home, office or car is thoroughly clean.