Why is Technology Used?
Päivi Karhu, LUT alumna – Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT)
Internet Of Things (IOT) – Bolt Platform
cleaner Dyson Story imperial Innovation Paternoster vacuum
6:57 Nice prediction there in 2009, applying their motor technology for automotive. However, I don't think they will be as good as Tesla. Their motor knowledge is unlike the electric motor being used in auto.
Great feature (although the images are a bit pixelated), thanks for posting!
Face it. Dyson is a cheaply made piece of shit. I'd recommend a Kirby, Rainbow, or Filter Queen.
Glad Mr Dyson didn’t quit. His ideas and products are state of the art. Brushless motors is a no brainer though.
First production Dyson was Cyclon 1983 Dyson was partnered by Kleeneze and Rotork outsourced to Zanussi sold via Kleeneze and at Ideal Home Exhibition. Around 500 made see my videos The First Dyson The First Dysons and Dyson Evolution
I have a Rainbow model D2 vacuum cleaner from the 1960’s. It uses no clogging bags, and no clogging filters, so it doesn’t loose suction. This vacuum debuted in the 1950’s. The earliest Rainbow (Rexair) used cyclonic action and used no bags, and that was in 1936. So what was really that revolutionary about Dyson’s first vacuum? Hard to tell. He didn’t invent the technology, but he did in fact make the technology more mainstream and popular with the public.
The UK rejects its own kind. Brilliant!
Wat’s the song(1-2)
It'd be fucking awesome if they made a bladeless ceiling fan. I'd pay for that.
Perhaps you can explain why your customers are forced to buy a $90-$130 part for the model: UP13 SN: HY1-US-GBA1344A when all that broke was the "plastic" hub that turns the brushbar. That part cannot cost more than a few cents to make but your company, through planned obsolescence, forces your customers to buy the entire head assembly. Why? I'm a capitalist all the way and you and I both know you can make a tidy profit from just selling that part at a decent markup without having to make your customers waste hard-earned money buying way more materials than the fix requires. This extremely wasteful on two fronts please consider changing this policy.
the last song is call vitalic polkamatic
what is the third song????
What is the secand song?!!?!
opening music is Kormac – Scratch Marchin'
I would buy the bladeless fan tomorrow if the price was more competitive. I cannot justify so much on a fan..
Am a big Dyson fan of the product range
Our Dyson vacuum is the first one that's lasted us more than a few months with our big dog. Never any problems except trying to keep the dust bucket looking clean.
What is that song!
I believe it is brush-less. It's designed to spin faster and requite little maintenance (if not any). It's used in the Airblade, Dyson hand-helds (Root6 – DC35 – DC44)
It's been two years, and I'm still wondering what the song is!
Dyson Inc is truely the most genius and innovative company.
Apple? Steve Jobs? They never really invented anything new.
look at those amchines
i want to go and make a cardboard model just like that for the fun of it!!!
I LOVE BUSINESS STUDIES IN THE CRYPT!!!!!
whats the music at the start called ?
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