Vacuums with fixed wheels can be awkward to steer. Dyson Ball™ vacuums turn on the spot, moving easily around obstacles and furniture. Key components, including the motor, are located inside the ball for a low centre of gravity and greater stability.
Dyson Ball™ vacuums have cleaner heads and floor tools that have been engineered for optimum performance. And like all Dyson vacuums, they don't use bags to capture dust, so there's no loss of suction. Dyson cyclones capture more dust and dirt than any other cyclone technology.Compare the range
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Conventional cylinder vacuums that use fixed wheels or castors can be awkward – heavy to pull, head the wrong way and collide with obstacles. A Dyson Ball™ cylinder vacuum cleans without the awkward moves, turning on the spot. DC39 Animal is a full-size Dyson Ball™ cylinder vacuum that removes more dust than any other cylinder vacuum cleaner.
To prove that DC39 Animal removes more dust, our engineers measured pick-up performance using test protocols IEC 60312; 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 & 2.9. At bin full DC39 Animal removes more dust in total from hard floors, carpets and crevices.
Upright vacuums with fixed wheels can be hard to steer and manoeuvre. A Dyson Ball™ upright vacuum turns on the spot. Key components are housed within the ball itself, reducing clutter and streamlining the profile of the machine.
DC40 and DC41 have an active base plate that self-adjusts for optimum contact on all floor types. They also have Radial Root Cyclone™ technology. DC41 Animal removes more dust than any other vacuum.
The new DC50 upright Dyson Ball™ vacuum has our new 2 Tier Radial™ cyclones. It’s our smallest upright vacuum, weighing just 5.4kg, but it has the performance of a full-size upright machine.
DC41 Animal removes more dust than any other vacuum. To prove that DC41 Animal removes more dust, our engineers measured pick-up performance using test protocols IEC 60312; 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 & 2.9. At bin full DC41 Animal removes more dust in total from hard floors, carpets and crevices.
Dyson Ball™ vacuums steer very differently to conventional vacuum cleaners. They turn on the spot, manoeuvring easily around furniture and other obstacles.
The ball also houses many of the key vacuum cleaner components, including the motor. This creates a low centre of gravity, increasing stability and control.
Dyson engineers have been continually refining cyclone technology for vacuum cleaners, since James Dyson first invented it more than 20 years ago. Dyson cyclones capture more dirt than any other.
Compare the full range of Dyson Ball™ upright and cylinder vacuum cleaners, and find the right machine for your home.Compare the range