Dyson DC54 Multi-Floor Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner

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DC54 Multi-Floor
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All-time low: £199.00 on 03/01/2018


The DC54 is the only vacuum that never loses suction. With Dyson Cinetic cyclones – Dyson's most efficient cyclone technology – there's no need to ever replace a bag or wash a filter.

Ball technology means the Dyson DC54 Multi-Floor turns on the spot, following you without awkward moves. And Dyson's most advanced cleaner head technology ensures high pick-up across all floors.

Dyson Cinetic cyclone technology / 54 Dyson Cinetic cyclones have high frequency oscillating tips that vibrate. This prevents the cyclone aperture from clogging. They are so efficient at dust separation that no filter maintenance is required – meaning no loss of suction. No bags to buy, no filters to wash or replace. Because of the efficiency of Dyson Cinetic cyclone technology, no pre-motor filter is required and the post-motor filter requires no maintenance. So there’s nothing to wash or replace. And with no bag, there are no extra costs. Ball technology Conventional cylinder vacuums can be awkward – they can be heavy to pull, head the wrong way and collide with obstacles.

Dyson Ball vacuums are the only cylinder vacuums with a central steering mechanism. The pivot point is located near the centre of the machine, enabling it to make tighter turning circles and follow with greater control. Approved for allergy sufferers Designed to expel clean air, Dyson's upright and cylinder range have the most efficient cyclones and are engineered to be airtight so dust mites and allergens do not escape once vacuumed up.

What goes into the vacuum goes into the clear bin - not back into you home.