A few days ago, I introduced you to the Dyson DC35 Digital Slim. I’ve been using it to keep the floor clear of cereal, grass, hair, and all other types of floor litter, lol. I’ve even sucked up the occasional spider and centipede. Centipedes totally turn my stomach btw. Every time I have used the DC35, Jayden has come downstairs yelling, “Stop it Mommy, that too loud!” Well, what do you expect out of a vacuum son? LOL! This one is actually more quiet than our larger vacs.
Dyson is all about engineering and how their products make homes cleaner for consumers and their families. Quite a bit goes into developing these bad babies. Take a look.
When James Dyson created his first Dyson vacuum, he created 5,127 prototypes to perfect the design. To this day, Dyson still uses that process when developing new products. The DC35 Digital Slim took 3 years to come to fruition! Acoustic engineers are in charge of making sure the sound of Dyson units are as quiet as possible and motor engineers work on the Dyson digital motors, ensuring that there are as lightweight and efficient as possible. Did you know that the Dyson digital motor spins 5 times faster than a Formula 1 engine? Holy cow!
I actually have one of my own :). I attended a Dyson event back in March of 2010, and the Dyson team gave motors to the attendees. Cool huh?
Many other vacuum brands depend on filters and over time they clog, causing them to lose suction. Dyson uses Root Cycling technology to separate dust and dirt from the airflow. Keeping energy efficiency in mind, the DC35′s energy usage is comparable to other cordless machines. It is Energy Star rated!
Now that you’ve gotten a little Dyson 101, I will share with you, tomorrow, how we’ve used the Dyson DC35 to get small cleaning jobs done around the house!