Dyson today revealed the Dyson Digital Slim™ vacuum, a lightweight and powerful cord-free vacuum engineered to deliver a barefoot clean. The new Dyson Digital Slim™ vacuum is both 20% smaller and 30% lighter[i], with no loss of suction[ii], featuring a powerful Dyson Hyperdymium™ motor, highly efficient cyclones and carbon fibre filaments for fine dust pick up.

Engineered with Asian owners in mind, home trials were conducted to better understand cleaning habits and the ergonomics behind cord-free vacuuming. Dyson engineers discovered cleaning is more frequent in Asian homes and that the prevalence of hard floors demands superior fine dust pick up. In developing the Dyson Digital Slim™ vacuum, Dyson engineers focused on making a lighter machine more suited to frequent cleaning habits, with a shorter wand to complement those with a smaller physique.

The Dyson Digital Slim™ vacuum has the high performing technology features of a Dyson V11 cord-free vacuum, yet it’s 20% smaller and 30% lighter. It features a 40% lighter soft roller cleaner head, a specifically designed motor from our range of Dyson Hyperdymium™ motors that produce the powerful airflow found in all our Dyson machines; 11 scrolled cyclones, unique to this machine with greater separation efficiency for less energy whilst ensuring the capture of fine dust. The Dyson Digital Slim™ vacuum also achieves 99.97% filtration of particles as small as 0.3 microns[iii] while maintaining no loss of suction.

The Dyson Digital Slim™ cord-free vacuum is now available in Iron/Purple and Iron/Gold colourways, priced at RM2,599 and RM2,799 respectively and available at www.dyson.my and Dyson Demo outlets (The Gardens Mall and Mid Valley Southkey).

[i] Weight compared to V11 (includes main body, wand and fluffy cleaner head).

[ii] Suction tested to IEC 62885-2 CL5.8 and CL5.9, loaded to bin full, in Boost mode internally at Dyson and at independent third-party laboratories. Weight compared to V11 (includes main body, wand and fluffy cleaner head).

[iii] Based on ASTM F1977-04 test standard. Tests performed by third-party independent laboratories under the required test conditions. A standard test method for determining the initial filtration efficiency of a vacuum cleaner system. The filtration efficiency of six particulates of non-continuous diameter is measured by the entire vacuum cleaner system (0.3 micron, 0.5 micron, 0.7 micron, 1.0 micron, 2.0 micron, and 3.0 micron or more), the vacuum cleaner system is placed in a fixed state throughout the test process, by counting the number of upstream particles and downstream  articles for analysis and obtaining results. Test environment: air temperature (21.1 ° C ± 2.8 ° C) and humidity range 35% – 55%.