Dyson engineers have
Dyson engineers have developed a new and improved lightweight, compact cordless vacuum that matches the suction of a corded vacuum cleaner - without being tethered to the wall.
Powered by the Dyson digital motor V6, the new Dyson DC59 Digital Slim has 2-Tier Radial cyclones and a re-engineered nickel manganese cobalt battery.
Why don you give technical details such as, vacuum pressure , air flow ?
Great Germanic engineering!
No it doesn't help as flour is also a household dust, putting this in small print in the user guide is no good as the original comment is to stick it on so it's clear before a customer makes the purchase. ONLY when the customer has waste one's time making the journey to a store, queued up and paid does the customer find out it's not fit for purpose so why not simply send a memo and have "NOT FOR SMALL DUST PARTICLES" printed on the box and add it as a small print under "Other's clog, Our's dont"
You guys are a bunch of idiots! Who makes a power tool that you cant change the batteries!!
Hi there, it's Jack at Dyson. During development, Dyson prototypes are subjected to 636 different validation tests by our team of engineers. Trigger buttons are punched 20,000 times. Prototypes are drop tested 10,000 times. Cleaner heads are slammed into iron table legs. And every 100th bin off the production line is whacked with a lump hammer, just to make sure. Reassuringly, like all Dyson cordless vacuums, DC59 comes with a 2-year parts and labour guarantee.
In this video I open a
In this video I open a broken vacuum cleaner, show what's inside and explain how does it work. I also talk about the most common failures and explain how to repair the most simple one.
-Never try to open or repair a vacuum cleaner unless you are qualified for it.
-Dangerous voltage, risk of electric shock and death.
-Dangerous moving parts, risk of serious injury.
-Springs in tension can also cause injury.
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It sounds like me when I step on a Lego
obviously, some kind of damage to the motor brushes due to the cheap air exhaust outlet port. A cheap design just waiting to explode.
That's not 30'000 rpm. Steel ball bearings can't survive more than 22'000 rpm
I thought it was air raid siren xD
This is a clip from
This is a clip from Deconstructed showing the disassembly of a robot floor vacuum cleaner. The host takes the device apart and shows you how it works.
Music sux. Had to quit watching. Liked what guy was sayimg
I have the roomba 560 model, and always wondered why it can't go over black carpet?
@lowaza : its coz the IR waves gets absorbed by black color and are not reflected back. so in this case .. the robot consider it as a stairway or cliff and stops itself to change direction ;-)
worthy of nasa tv. and that means awful childish hype. and they didn't talk about the cleaning mechanisms, how awful a job it does, how aimless it goes about etc
"it avoids crashing into stuff" wtf? if it didn't crash into stuff it wouldn't need/use the bumpers! stupid... =/