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Dyson Cyclone V10™

Get the most from your Dyson Cyclone V10™ vacuum.

Your Dyson Cyclone V10™ vacuum is loaded with features for powerful, hassle-free cleaning. To ensure you’re not missing any tricks, you'll find all the information you need to get the best out of your machine below.

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How to use your machine.

Emptying your bin.

Our new 'point and shoot' bin emptying hygienically ejects dust and debris deep into the bin, in one action. Simply hold the machine in a downward position, and push the lever.

For longer runtime.

Your machine comes out the box in Maximum suction mode. Runtime varies depending on the mode and Cleaner head used, but switch to Suction mode 1 for the longest runtime.

Easily accessible dock.

The storage dock can be attached to your wall, to keep your vacuum easily accessible while it charges. Docking between cleans is an easy way to maintain maximum runtime. And with intelligent charging, it won’t overheat.

Direct-drive cleaner head.

Use on all floor types. With advanced carpet cleaning features, it drives deep so you can remove dust, pet hair and even ground-in dirt.

Soft roller cleaner head.

Engineered specifically for hard floor cleaning. It picks up large and small debris simultaneously, so don’t be afraid to plough through heavy mess.

Choose the right tool for the job.

Your Dyson Cyclone V10™ vacuum comes with a set of specialised tools, to remove dirt from all over your home. They click on and off easily, with quick-release catches.

Mini motorised tool.

Use this tool in handheld mode to remove all types of dirt from awkward spaces – such as stairs and car interiors. It’s ideal for pet hair and ground-in dirt.

Combination tool.

Press the release catch to convert the nozzle to a dusting brush. Can be used in stick or handheld mode to clean air vents, table tops, car boots and stair banisters.

Crevice tool.

Also suitable in stick or handheld mode, to reach debris in corners and tight gaps. Clean along skirting boards, picture rails, and between cushions.

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