It was the cyclonic separation component of the vacuum that set it about from it's competitors.
Cyclonic separation is the systematic process of removing particles from the air stream of a vacuum cleaner without the use of the customary filters.
James Dyson is the minds behind this operation, and in addition to the popular whole Dyson vacuum cleaners, Mr.
Dyson also created a wildly popular bagless dual vacuum cleaner and the Dyson Root Cyclone under the popular Dyson trademark.
After growing tired of having to replace the dust bag in his home vacuum, even when the bag was no where capacity, James decided to use his knowledge of centrifugal particle separation to give the world's vacuum cleaner a much needed facelift.
The first Dyson vacuum cleaner found it's way to the market in 1983.
The G-Force Dyson vacuum even went on to take top honors at the 1991 International Design Fair in Japan.
Dyson himself face starch criticism amongst larger vacuum cleaner corporations-no one would license his invention.
But his '91 win in Japan gave him the confidence, and the cash, that he needed to license his creation on his merits.
In 1993, James Dyson opened the Dyson Company, complete with a research facility and a manufacturing facility in the Southern English County of Wiltshire.
Wholesale Dyson Vacuum Cleaners The Dyson family of vacuum cleaners entered an newly evened playing field with the Dual Cyclone (DC) 01 as the first machine to roll off of the assembly line, affectionately dubbed the "upright model.
" The DC01 vacuum featured the power of suckling strong suction, the ability to pick up particles like cigarette smoke, and a trademark transparent dust canister.
This ability to see dirt as it built up in the clear plastic canister was the Dual Cyclone's distinguishing feature.
The DC01 became the best selling vacuum cleaner in the United Kingdom.
By the time the Dyson company got around to the second installment of the Dual Cyclone, the signature cyclone system was carefully patented.
The DC02 came complete with a extendable hose designed to cut around corners and other objects, the machine's rear pedal pulls the retractable hose back in.
In 2004, Dyson was going strong in a market that literally "sucks," it seemed the perfect time to add a recreation of the original Dual Cyclone to the burgeoning line of wholesale Dyson vacuum cleaners.
The Dual Cleaner 14 showcased Dyson's exclusive Root Eight Cyclone Technology, a system that has continued to be prevalent in the machines the company manufactures.
Four versions of the DC14 was placed on the market: ·The Standard ·The All Floors ·The Allergy ·The Animal The Dual Cyclone 15 made it's world debut in 2005.
This time around the DC was nicknamed "The Ball" because it makes via a ball rather than a wheel.
The machine is also characterized by the ability to steer it with a simple twisting of the head left of right.
In late 2006, the Dyson Company released two Dual Cyclone models, the DC17 and the DC18 Slim.
The DC17 will spend it's time in America being purchased exclusively from Best Buy locations.
The DC18 Slim features a tinier profile than it's Dual Cyclone predecessors, this vacuum cleaner features six cyclones.