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New cordless vacuum cleaner sucks up all dust and dirt

Vacuum cleaners are one of the 20th century’s most practical technologies for cleaning the home. Though they help clean up dust and dirt particles, the wire and cord can still be a hindrance in reaching the corners of a room or furniture. 

International company Dyson releases its latest cordless vacuum cleaner engineered to clean and remove 98 percent of dust and debris on hard floors without leaving a scratch behind. This makes cleaning more efficient as aside from the cordless feature, Dyson engineers re-designed the entire cleaner head, dramatically increasing the machine’s performance. Developed with a specific geometry, it helps dissipate the kinetic energy of large dust particles so they are sucked easily into the airflow. The soft roller not only traps large dirt, but also does so while maintaining a tight seal with the floor – so fine dust and small particles are captured. 

 The power of this machine starts from the core, which is the Dyson digital motor V6 that gives it the most powerful suction for any cordless vacuum, spinning at 120,000RPM – five times faster than a Formula 1 car engine and can go for 20 minutes of constant suction. This handheld vacuum comes with additional eight nozzle tools that cater to different hard-to-reach places such as narrow spaces behind furniture, under the car seats, mattresses and window blinds.

Dyson Fluffy DC74 retails at P38,500 and comes with a two-year parts and labor guarantee. The vacuum is available in Century City Mall (Dyson Concept Store), Rustan’s Makati, Rustan’s Shangri-La, Rustan’s Cebu, Rustan’s Gateway, Abenson Ascott, Duty Free Philippines, Anson’s Makati, Robinson’s Appliance Magnolia, True Value Rockwell, True Value Estancia and True Value 8Forbes. 

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