- Award Winner 2022
As Dyson’s latest and greatest cordless vacuum released in May 2021, the V15 Detect is designed to pick up even microscopic dust particles. This is thanks to a green laser that lights up would-be invisible dust on a floor’s surface.
If you’re set on buying from the Dyson cordless and stick series but don’t have the cash to splurge on the latest models, the V7 is a suitable compromise that offers similar features to the latest models – but without the high price tag.
The majority of reviewers are happy with the Dyson Hot + Cool Link's performance, with around 70% of reviewers awarding it 4 or 5 stars. This is good news, considering that at $799, this is the most premium Dyson tower fan on the market.
The Dyson Purifier Formaldehyde Range can heat, cool and purify a room. It's designed with a solid-state formaldehyde sensor and a Selective Catalytic Oxidisation Filter, which work together to sense, capture and destroy formaldehyde.
Latest review: I have had a few Dyson Vacuum in the past and the older models were far better that this one. I have had this model for about 2 years and each time I use it, I get frustrated. To the point I am
Latest review: Build quality is my main gripe. For the price, I would have expected much better. Cheap $200 vacuums have better quality plastic than this Dyson. Very disappointing. If I could have returned based on
Not only can the Dyson Omni-glide move backwards and forwards like a regular vacuum, but from side to side as well. This omnidirectional capability leads Dyson to market this as the ideal second vacuum for spacious open-plan areas with hard floors.
Latest review: If you're expecting to be able to control this model (TP7A) via your phone with Dyson link, please be aware that they've dropped the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity completely from this 2022 refresh