Dyson launch balloon game app inspired by their Air Multiplier YouTube hit. Inducement and entrainment allow you to direct balloons through Air Multiplier™ fans to hit a target!
With the rain finally about to move away as the jet stream heads north, the UK faces a bit of sunnier weather. So before it goes as quickly as it comes, make the most of it with technology including apps, portable speakers and an ice cream maker.
Dyson Digital Slim™ cordless vacuum cleaner has twice the suction of any other lightweight cordless vacuum in use. The detachable wand reaches high, low and into awkward gaps. It’s lightweight and powerful so DC35 offers portable Dyson power – when and where you need it most.
Dyson thermally reactive Air Multiplier TV advert goes live featuring Dyson engineers, balloons and Dyson bladeless fans in response to the hot weather that the UK has been experiencing over the past week.
This latest version of the Dyson Upright range, the DC41 Animal, replaces my ageing DC15 (the 1st Ball Model) and it did not disappoint.
When my current vacuum cleaner died on me, I was pretty keen to replace it ASAP, (as a busy mother of two, the dirt tends to build up pretty quickly!) So when the opportunity arose to review the DC39 Animal Complete, Dyson Ball, I took it.
Always looking at different ways to apply Dyson technology, Dyson engineers create a hot air balloon using the Dyson Hot™ fan heater.
When Dyson engineers first unveiled DC15, the first upright vacuum to sit on a ball, they introduced a new way to turn corners. Conventional upright vacuums are awkward to steer because they use fixed wheels. To move around obstacles you have to go back and forth, back and forth. Dyson Ball™ vacuums can turn on the spot.
Find out why our Dyson engineers are going dotty over Dyson’s new technology in this exclusive video!
Even though some cleaners may look similar, the performance can be very different. Our latest TV advert is aimed at helping you understand the difference between Dyson technology and other brands.