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Cylinder machines

Dyson cylinder vacuums capture allergens and up to 99.99% of fine dust as small as 0.3 microns.2

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Cord-free technology

Dyson cord-free vacuums remove fine dust, allergens and pollutants from all over the home.


Handheld technology

Powerful handheld suction.


"Our mission is simple. We solve the problems others seem to ignore."

James Dyson - Chief Engineer

The lengths we go to

  • No bags or filters to buy. No extra costs.

    No bags or filters to buy. No extra costs.

    Other vacuums are designed to use consumables – so their manufacturers can make profits selling replacement bags and filters. Dyson vacuums don’t use bags, and they have lifetime washable filters. There are no consumables – so there are no extra costs.

  • Built and tested to survive 10 years' use

    Built and tested to survive a lifetime

    Dyson machines are made from polycarbonate ABS – the same material used in riot shields and crash helmets. They’re tough, so we subject them to 50,000 hours of testing and 550 individual tests – all to ensure that they can withstand a lifetime’s hard use.

  • Dyson-patented means Dyson performance

    Only Dyson-patented means Dyson performance

    Other products may look like Dyson machines, but they don’t work like them. Our technology is protected by more than 1,900 patents worldwide. But it’s not just about protecting our ideas. It’s about ensuring that when you buy a Dyson machine, you get what you expect.

  • 5 Year Guarantee

    5 year guarantee – parts, labour and transport

    Our mains vacuums are covered for 5 years and our cordless machines for 2 years – parts and labour, no quibbles. And if your machine needs repairing, we’ll come to you – a Dyson engineer will visit your home or workplace.

  • Tough and efficiently engineered

    Efficiently engineered – less bulk, and less waste

    Dyson machines are tough. But they’re also efficiently engineered. We’re always looking for ways to use fewer materials, while at the same time making our machines stronger – doing more with less.

  • Support from Dyson HQ

    UK-based support – from Dyson headquarters

    If you need to contact Dyson for advice, you’ll speak to a Dyson employee in our UK research and design centre. Phone, email, live chat, Facebook, Twitter – our experts are on hand every day. And for out-of-hours assistance, you can find quick answers on our help pages.

James Dyson

James Dyson launched the first bagless vacuum cleaner in the UK in 1993. It was the result of 5,127 prototypes and 15 years of frustration and perseverance.