Dyson DC25-2 Upright Vacuum Cleaner

Dyson stands as a true innovator in vacuum technology, consistently creating new ways to improve on an award-winning formula. Every upright features Radial Root Cyclone technology, which redefines vacuum performance - more dust is captured with the increased suction and efficiency.

Furthermore, Dyson uprights operate without bags or replaceable dirt filters, ensuring that there are no hidden costs behind these technological marvels. The unique Dyson Ball technology allows for a greater degree of movement when cleaning and houses key components to further improve performance. Of course, Dyson vacuums deliver lossless suction at all times, marking them as true household heroes.


A more portable version of its bigger brother, Dyson cylinder vacuums are equipped with all the same technology that make the upright line so prolific - Radial Root Cyclone and Dyson Ball technology offers the same superb suction and mobility as upright models.

Whilst other vacuum cleaners claim 'no loss of suction', many are tested with only 50g of dust and won't stand up to real life applications. Dyson has tested their vacuums using up to 10 years of dust in their tests, providing legitimate proof that Dyson vacuums genuinely have no loss of suction over time. With large bin capacities, a host of additional tools for cleaning tough to reach areas in your home, and bagless design, Dyson cylinder vacuum cleaners are a dream come true for a busy home.

Dyson Handheld Vacuum Cleaner

Powerful performance in a mobile package - Dyson has ingeniously fitted their Root Cyclone technology into a handheld vacuum, providing you with unmatched suction that remains portable and easy to use.

With a re-engineered nickel manganese battery up to 20 minutes of use or 6 minutes of use in Boost Mode - for hard to budge dirt, you'll have plenty of time to give your home a thorough clean. The ergonomic design makes Dyson handhelds perfect for reaching difficult areas that traditional vacuum designs can't.

Dyson 12 Inch Desk Fan
12" Desk Fans

Dyson's stylish 12" oscillating desk fans are the best way to survive the summer heat. Featuring a bladeless design that uses Dyson's patented Air Multiplier™ technology, you'll enjoy consistent and effective cooling. Additionally, noise generation is cut down by up to 75%, thanks to the lack of any spinning blades. These desk fans can be programmed to turn off after preset intervals using the Sleep Timer function, and 10 precise airflow settings can be customised using the remote control, which magnetizes to the fan when not in use.

Cool Tower Fans

Dyson tower fans are powerful, efficient cooling fans that feature the exquisite bladeless design, making them incredibly easy to clean.

  • Air Multiplier™ technology
  • 60% quieter than the previous generation
  • Handy remote control operation
Dyson Hot and Cold Fan Heaters
Hot & Cold Fan Heaters

If you need an all-year-round winner, the Dyson Hot+Cool fan heater is the perfect candidate. Capable of focused and dispersed jets of air into your home, you can tailor the temperature to your exact requirements; temperature is accurately maintained using the built-in thermostat monitors.

Thanks to the lack of any visible heating elements or blades, Dyson fan heaters are extremely safe - they even heat below the burning point of dust, ensuring you won't have a burning smell in your home.

Pedestal Fan

The Dyson bladeless pedestal fan is ideal for sitting in the corner of the room with its greater height, oscillating capabilities and sturdy base.

  • Extendable neck
  • Tilting head
  • 35% quieter than previous generation
Dyson Cyclone Technology

Research, Design and Development

James Dyson and his team of world-class engineers are constantly seeking to further improve the Dyson formula. Based at the Dyson headquarters in Malmesbury, England, all initial research, design and development of the innovations of the future are performed here.

A New Idea

The Dyson vacuum design we know and love today began in 1978 when founder James Dyson investigated the performance of vacuum cleaners at the time. He realised that dust was clogging the bag, resulting in a drop in suction power - something had to change.

Building from an industrial cyclone tower he built for his factory, James Dyson used the principles of centrifugal force to separate dust from air efficiently. Five years and 5,127 prototypes later, the world's first bagless vacuum cleaner was born.

James Dyson

"Like everyone we get frustrated by products that don't work properly. As design engineers we do something about it. We're all about invention and improvement."

James Dyson

Inventor of cyclonic vacuum technolgy