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Dyson Introduces Three Compact Vacuums For The Japanese Market

Dyson Introduces Three Compact Vacuums For The Japanese Market

Dyson DC26 (Image courtesy CrunchGear)
By Andrew Liszewski

Last week Dyson unveiled a new line of compact canister vacuums specifically designed for smaller Japanese homes. The three models, known as the DC26 Turbinehead Entry, the DC26 Turbinehead Complete and the DC26 Motorhead Complete are about 30% smaller than the standard Dyson canister models currently sold around the world, and will range in price from $750 up to $900 when they’re available on April 10. Unfortunately the new line will only be available in Japan for the time being, which kind of sucks since not all of us here in North America live in giant McMansions.

[ Dyson Japan ] VIA [ CrunchGear ]







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  • ConsumerReporter

    DYSON INTRO
    Through a particulate analysis on YouTube here, I cut out all the marketing BS and demonstrate how poor the Dyson vacuum really is. The one vacuum that truly works is the Miele, which also truly traps the dust. My findings prove that the Miele Vacuum is completely sealed and really is HEPA.

    I show how well the Miele vacuum works and truly traps the dust. My findings prove that the Miele Vacuum is completely sealed and really is HEPA.
    Miele Vacuum Video As Featured on ABC 7 News
    You can see from this video that the Miele will trap all of the particles in a cloth like bag that self-seals on its way out and you are actually purifying the air in your house by vacuuming! The filtration is 99.95% effective at 0.3 microns which is amazing. Thanks to its HEPA filter and super intensive clean bags the vacuum is able to achieve this kind of filtration.
    Also check-out my blog called <a href=”http://consumer-reporter.blogspot.com/
    “>Consumer Reporter – a vehicle to educate consumers about the vacuum and air purification market.
    If you appreciate the information I provide on Miele vacuum cleaners via You Tube and my blog, please support my on-line store, KillDirt.You’ll get free shipping and no tax (as long as you do not live in New Jersey). We will be sure to make your shopping experience a pleasant one.