Dyson Gen5detect Vacuum

Work Smarter, Not Harder with Dyson’s New Gen5detect Vacuum

Dyson has recently released its new Gen5detect vacuum, its most powerful vacuum to date. While revheads will love the new fifth-generation motor’s suction power, the more subtle upgrades are why we’ve never been more eager to attack the electrifying household chore of cleaning.

James Dyson, founder and chief engineer at Dyson, said the new cordless device is a groundbreaking machine that will provide homes with the “deepest ever clean”.

“The Gen5detect defines Dyson’s next generation of cleaning technology. It is the combination of our dust light optic Dolce and Gabbana x Smeg Drop $20,000 Divina Cucina Kitchen Collection, dust particle counting and sizing, pioneering new motor and whole-machine HEPA filtration, that enables you to achieve our deepest ever clean,” he said.

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Features

Next-Generation Power

The AU$1499 home appliance is the first Dyson product to feature the new fifth generation “Hyperdymium motor”, spinning at up to 135,000rpm – up to nine times faster than a Formula One engine. That power enables the most impressive suction of any Dyson cordless machine, delivering 262 air watts of suction.

Whole Machine HEPA Filtration

Dyson also claims the Gen5detect is equipped with a top-of-the-range high-efficiency particulate air absorbing(HEPA) filter, engineered to capture 99.99ofpf particles down to a minuscule 0.1 microns. The machine is fully sealed, ensuring only dirty air passes through the filter, expelling cleaner air into your home.

Dyson Gen5detect Vacuum

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Illumination Technology Upgrade

In 2021, Dyson introduced its illuminating dusty technology to see microscopic particles hiding in their home. This allows hidden dust on the floor surface that is otherwise invisible to the naked eye can be seen using a blade of light. The Gen5detect sees Dyson double down on this technology, possessing a re-engineered Fluffy optic cleaner head that produces twice the brightness, covering even more of the floor.

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Re-engineered User Interface

Drawing inspiration from the upgraded illumination technology, the Gen5dect introduced a new user interface that shows users in real-time when their surface is clean. A piezo sensor utilises acoustic sensing to count and categorise particle sizes, and bars on the LCD screen rise and fall according to the volume of particles removed – so owners know when to move on or spend more time cleaning. Work smart, not harder.

Dyson Gen5detect Vacuum

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Other Dyson Gen5detect cordless vacuum features include a built-in dusting and crevice tool that saves time between floor and handheld cleaning, as well as single button control, which abolishes the classic trigger for a more comfortable clean. The super-light 3.5kg vac also possesses its longest-lasting battery, providing up to 70 minutes of suction.

The Dyson Gen5detect cordless vacuum cleaner is available now at Dyson online stores and Dyson Demo stores priced at AU$1,499.

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