Dyson Digital Slim

The cordless vacuum that doesn't lose suction.

Sucks up as much dust
as even a corded vacuum*

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Flexible cleaning.

The Dyson Digital Slim™ vacuum cleaner is balanced for floor to ceiling cleaning. With the centre of gravity located towards the grip, handling is easy whether you’re cleaning up top, down below or in-between.

The long-reach wand is detachable, so all Dyson Digital Slim™ vacuums can also be used as a handheld – both with the motorized head and the additional tools.

Powered by the Dyson digital motor technology.

Dyson cordless vacuums are powered by the Dyson digital motor. This power-dense motor uses digital pulse technology and a neodymium magnet to spin at up to 110,000 times a minute. Its small size means that the machines it powers can also be small, light and powerful. The Dyson digital motor V6 inside DC62 has a 4-pole magnet, and supplies 50% more power than its predecessor, V2.

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The latest motorized head with carbon fibre filaments.

Many cordless vacuums don’t have brush bars, and those that do only contain nylon bristles. While these loosen dirt from carpets, they’re not as effective on hard floors where fine dust can be left behind.

The brush bars of Dyson cordless vacuums are different. They have a row of anti-static carbon fibre filaments, as well as nylon bristles. The filaments prevent the build-up of the static charge that holds the dust to the floor, allowing it to be sucked up into the vacuum.

Patented Root Cyclone™ technology

Dyson Digital Slim™ vacuums use patented Root Cyclone™ technology, just like Dyson corded machines. Powerful centrifugal forces spin dust and dirt out of the air and straight into the bin. DC62 is the first cordless with 2 Tier Radial™ cyclones - an arrangement of 15 cyclones that work in parallel across two tiers. Each cyclone has been re-engineered to increase airflow and generate high centrifugal forces - to capture fine dust.

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*To prove this our engineers test for pick up performance across carpets (ASTM F608), hard floors (ASTM F2607) and hard floors with crevices
(IEC 60312-1 5.2). To mimic actual use, they load machines with dust before testing (IEC 60312 – 1 5.9).