New arrival: Dyson Cyclone V10 cord-free vacuum cleaner

The latest stick vacuum cleaner from Dyson has a smaller but lighter motor and new in-line format for linear airflow path and “point and shoot” bin emptying mechanism. Prices below.

Dyson launched its new Cyclone V10 cord-free vacuum cleaner together with the new Pure Cool purifying fan in Singapore at the ArtScience Museum.

Dyson’s new V10 digital motor boasts 20 percent more suction power than that found in the V8 cord-free vacuum.

Yet it is almost half the weight of its predecessor.

The new Dyson Cyclone V10 comes in three configurations: Fluffy (S$899), Absolute (S$999), and Absolute + (S$1,199).

Dyson’s fastest and most power-dense digital vacuum motor spins at up to 125,000 rpm.

The new battery in the V10 now adds 50 percent more juice, extending the V8’s 40min use-per-charge to 60 minutes.

More details below from the press release.

The Dyson Cyclone V10 cord-free vacuum is built around the Dyson digital motor V10.The new motor allowed Dyson engineers to rotate the cyclones and bin assembly by 90 degrees, into an in-line format.

This creates a linear airflow path – improving the number of Air Watts of suction by 20%.

It also allows a ‘point and shoot’ bin emptying mechanism for ease of use.

And with a choice of up to 40% bigger bin capacity, you can clean more of your home and empty less. Top to bottom. Then out to the car.


Other cyclonic vacuums can be inefficient.

Dust and dirt is not efficiently separated from the airflow so it instead ends up on the filter where it chokes the airflow from the motor. Suction drops.

The Dyson Cyclone V10™ cord-free vacuum has no loss of suction – suction performance is constant.

14 cyclones are precisely arranged around the central axis of the machine, enabling the airflow inside each cyclone to travel at up to 120 miles per hour, generating over 79,000G, separating even microscopic dust from the air efficiently.


Other vacuum cleaners can expel dust, allergens and bacteria into the air you breathe.

Dyson engineers have wrapped both the pre- and post-motor filters around the motor as one sealed unit, for improved whole-machine filtration, capturing 99.97% of allergens as small as 0.3 microns – releasing cleaner air.

Energy Storage System

Dyson engineers wanted to deliver enough power to the fast spinning Dyson digital motor V10, while also extending the runtime.

“A strong performing machine starts with an efficient motor. The Dyson digital motor V10 is Dyson’s most advanced. It’s what enabled us to entirely change the format of a vacuum cleaner, to achieve Dyson’s best ever cord-free machine performance. The Dyson Cyclone V10 vacuum is so light, so powerful, it can deep clean anywhere in your home. It is the reason why I’ve stopped developing full-size vacuums,” said James Dyson, founder of Dyson.

They engineered a more energy-dense battery, without any additional weight.

Along with improved electronics and battery system management, it gives the new Dyson Cyclone V10TM cord-free vacuum up to 60 minutes of suction.

And because the machine has a trigger, rather than an on/off switch the moment you pull the trigger, the motor starts and accelerates to operating speed in a fraction of a second.

Cleaner heads

Dyson engineers don’t stop at the vacuum itself – they are passionate about developing better cleaner heads and tools too.

The direct-drive cleaner head has a powerful motor located inside the brush bar.

This drives stiff nylon bristles deep into carpet pile to remove ground-in dirt and pet hair, while there are also soft anti-static carbon fibre filaments to remove fine dust from hard floors.

The soft-roller cleaner head removes large debris and fine dust from hard floors simultaneously.

A larger roller covered in soft woven nylon traps large debris, whilst anti-static carbon fibre filaments removes fine dust.

A direct-drive motor sits within the roller, allowing full-width, edge to edge cleaning.

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