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DC52 Allergy Musclehead has Dyson Cinetic™ cyclone technology. 54 ultra-efficient cyclones with oscillating tips extract microscopic particles. Because of their efficiency, there’s no filter that needs washing or replacing meaning there is no loss of suction. With our latest Ball™ technology it turns on the spot with no awkward moves. And Dyson’s most advanced cleaner head technology ensures high dirt pick-up across all floors.
Dyson Ball™ cylinder vacuums turn on the spot. DC52 cylinder vacuum cleaners have an articulated central steering mechanism. The ball holds the heaviest component - the motor - positioned towards the base for a low centre of gravity and greater stability. Dyson Ball™ cylinders follow with greater control and without the awkward moves.
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No maintenance of filters
Because of the efficiency of Dyson Cinetic™ cyclone technology, no pre-motor filter is required and the post-motor filter requires no maintenance. So there’s nothing to wash or replace. And with no bag, there are no extra costs.
No maintenance of filters .
Follows with greater control
Dyson Ball™ cylinder vacuums have a central steering mechanism. The pivot point is located near the centre of the machine, enabling tighter turning circles and greater control – no awkward moves.
Musclehead™ floor tool
Self-adjusts to retain suction power on all floor types, and has a low profile for cleaning under furniture. On hard floors, the brushes maintain contact with the floor to remove debris from the surface. On carpets, the brushes lift to expose dual-channel edges that remove dirt trapped in the carpet weave.
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Hygienic and quick to empty
Emptying the bin on a Dyson vacuum is quick and hygienic. Just press the button to release the dirt. The bin is clear, so you can see when it needs emptying – and how much dust, dirt and pet hair the machine has captured. Dyson vacuums were the first to have clear bins – despite market researchers insisting it was a bad idea. Now clear bins are everywhere (though not all are made from the same ABS polycarbonate as riot shields, like Dyson bins).