Dyson DC41i Upright Vacuum Cleaner
Conventional vacuum cleaners rely on bags to trap dust and dirt. But when you start to use some bagged machines, dust can clog the tiny holes in the bag. Some ordinary bagless vacuum cleaners work in a similar way. They use a central filter to trap fine dust, which can clog too. Suction drops, leaving dust and dirt behind in your home.
Dyson's patented cyclone technology captures more dirt than any other cyclone. In Radial Root Cyclone technology remodelled airways maximise suction power. Improved flow efficiency reduces turbulence and preserves air pressure, so more microscopic particles are extracted by the inner cyclones. These refinements help remove more dust, allergens and pet hair from the home.
The cleanerhead self-adjusts to maintain optimal contact with all floor types. It lowers on hard floor to remove more dust and pet hair from revices and corners. On carpets, the base plate raises or lowers automatically, allowing the brush bar to remove pet hair and particles caught in the carpet fibre. It's designed for outstanding performance across all floors, not just carpets, but the whole of your house.
Dyson Ball uprights ride on a ball, which pivots on the spot so you can steer with a turn of the wrist. The ball also houses core technology, including the motor and ducting. There's also less clutter, so it's easier to clean into awkward places, along edges and around furniture.
- Radial Root Cyclone Technology
- Remodelled airways to maximise suction power
- Ball Technology turns on the spot
- The strongest suction at the cleaner head, self-adjusts for optimal contact all floors
- Lightweight with an instant high-reach wand stretches to the top of the stairs
- Fingertip controls to instantly turn the motorised brush bar off for hard floors, delicate floors and rugs
- On-board tool storage combination tool stored on machine so it's always on hand
- Pedal free automatic recline mechanism simply recline and go
- Includes mini turbine head and stubborn dirt brush exclusive to the independent