Dyson City Vacuum (Image courtesy Dyson)

Dyson City Canister Vacuum Is Extra Small

Dyson City Vacuum (Image courtesy Dyson)
By Andrew Liszewski

If you’re a city dweller living in a small apartment or condo, this is one of those times when you’ll be happy that a compact appliance really sucks. Dyson’s City canister vacuum is a third smaller than its predecessor and has a footprint about the size of an A4 piece of paper. According to Dyson, all 275 parts of the DC26 were re-engineered in order to shrink the overall package while ensuring the sucking prowess of the vacuum didn’t suffer. And it seems like they succeeded. Unfortunately though like with all the vacuums offered by Dyson, the price tag wasn’t really affected by the miniaturization process, since the City model will set you back about $380. (£249.99)

[ PR – The new Dyson City Vacuum ] VIA [ The Red Ferret Journal ]

2 thoughts on “Dyson City Canister Vacuum Is Extra Small”

  1. After repairing my Dyson for the umpteenth time this past weekend, I'm so sick of their plastic crap. The thing doesn't clog? BS. It does too. I had a better experience with a $50 Hoover than I've had with my $300 Dyson.

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