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Dual Cyclone Invention
Dyson Air Multiplier
James Dyson got the idea to invent a vacuum cleaner that doesn't lose its suction power.
After testing 5127 prototypes, James Dyson had finally perfected his invention of Dual Cyclone Technology.
Dyson's first product the "G-force" vacuum launches exclusively in Japan.
Launch of the new Dyson company
Dyson's first ever mass produced product, this was a game changer to the whole market. This vacuum had consistent suction power and was bag-less.
The DC01 vacuum is the Uk's best selling vacuum cleaner, 22 months after it launches.
Dyson's first washing machine using new technology never seen before in the market. However it ultimately failed due to its huge size, loud noise and high retail price.
First robotic household vacuum cleaner, failed eventually due to the high retail price of $1000 and inconvenient size
This included an innovation seen in one of James Dyson's very early inventions the ball-barrow. The vacuum was moved on a ball rather than 4 wheels to increase its mobility.
This Hand dryer was very popular and successful as it dried your hands in about 10 seconds.
First ever blade-less fan, no noise and increased output of air by at least 15x more than traditional fans.
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