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Review: Dyson V11 Outsize: A vacuum cleaner that really sucks
From the no-mess emptying action through to the effortless experience of actual vacuuming, Dyson have gone out of their way to make cleaning less of a chore and more of a pleasure.
Hands (and body)-on review: The Dyson Pure Cool Me
The Pure Cool Me is the perfect answer to those of us wanting healthy, filtered and cool air.
And the James Dyson Award goes to... Electric Cargo Trike
The innovators intend to solve a multitude of problems faced by New Zealand cities, the team states. This includes environmental issues, efficient package delivery and safety for couriers.
Sneak peek: The Dyson Pure Cool Me
The Pure Cool Me is all about the personal user. Using some very impressive technology, developed by Tom and several other engineers, the Pure Cool Me will ensure cool air that has been purified of 99.95% of particle pollutants.
Hands-on review: Dyson V11 is the smartest stick vac on the block
It’s a vacuum cleaner that displays the efficiency and precision of cleaning only seen in advertisements, and never actually played out in real-life use cases.
Hands-on review: The Dyson Pure Hot and Cool Air Purifier
For several months the Dyson Pure Cool has faithfully kept our bedroom free of allergens and the PM2.5 and PM10.0 particles that can make my life a seasonal tale of woe and misery.
Hands-on review: Dyson Pure Cool Purifying Fan
After less than a week my nose is clear, my eyes are shiny, and my coat is glossy.
Exclusive Q&A: Is New Zealand innovating on a global stage?
I recently had the opportunity to discuss New Zealand's trend of innovation with Dyson senior design engineer Glyn Rees-Jones.
James Dyson begins the search for Kiwi innovators
The winner will gain international exposure through the competition and $55,000 of prize money to develop their idea.
Hands-on review: Dyson Pure Hot+Coollink, my sinuses thank you
My eyes, lungs and sinuses have become the Dyson’s greatest proponents...