The Dyson V11 range of vacuum cleaners was unveiled in March 2019 and was the most powerful and durable the brand has ever launched - we are so look forward to what the Dyson V12 will bring as the inevitable upgrades happen.
While the La V11 looked like the previous version (the Cyclone V10 ), a new cleaning head capable of adjusting power to suit different types of soil and a new motor that improved suction by 20%, really impressed us.
Dyson V12 price expected
Dyson vacuums aren't cheap of course, and the V12 will be no exception. The V11 line comes in three variations, which allows us to make educated guesses about the price of the V12 models.
The Dyson V11 Animal, which in the UK does not have the new cleaning head and in the US does not have an LCD, it is the cheapest model in the range at £ 499 or $ 599.95 (it 's not available in Australia).
Next stop is Dyson V11 Absolute , which costs you £ 599 / $ 699.95 / AU $ 1199 and the most expensive cleaner is the Dyson V11 Outsize at £ 649/799, 95 $ / 1349 AU $, which relies on the V11 Absolute with 150% larger dust cartridge and larger cleaning head.
Likewise, there were three variations of the previous mode, the Dyson Cyclone V10. The V10 Animal came with five cleaning attachments and cost £ 399.99 / $ 499.99. In Australia it was known as the Cyclone V10 Animal + and was priced at AU $ 899.99.
The V10 Absolute had an additional soft roller attachment for hard floors for £ 449.99 / US $ 549.99, and that was not available in Australia.
The most expensive model was the total clean V10 at £ 499.99 / $ 699. He had nine accessories in total, including an extension hose and a mattress tool. In Australia, the Cyclone V10 + was the best-in-class model, priced at AU $ 1,099.99.
With that in mind, we would expect the V12 range to start at £ 599 / $ 699.95 / AU $ 1199 for the most basic model and grow to £ 699 / $ 799.95 / AU $ 1299 for thee mid-range model. This could see the top-end model priced at £ 749 / $ 899.95 / AU $ 1,449.
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Dyson V12 release date
The Dyson V11 line was first announced in March 2019, and the line Cyclone V10 was unveiled in March 2018. Dyson has not launched a new cordless vacuum cleaner in 2020, although it may have been at least equal due to the effects of the global pandemic. We expect the company is making an announcement regarding the V12 lineup in March 2021, although nothing has been confirmed yet.
It should be noted that the V11 Outsize has only recently been released in the UK, having been made available in Australia and the US much earlier, so the range of vacuum cleaners V12 may also have staggered release dates.
What we want to see
Dyson has upped the ante with every new line of cordless vacuum cleaners, and we expect no less from the V12. This is what we want to see…
1. Better suction power
Dyson has included a more powerful motor which spins faster and increases vacuum suction with every range it released, and we expect no less when it comes to the V12.
Greater suction power means the vacuum cleaner is more efficient at sucking up encrusted dirt, making cleaning your floors much faster. The Cyclone V10 offered a 20% increase in suction over the Dyson V8, and the Dyson V11 had 20% more suction power than the Cyclone V10, so we expected the V12 to follow the same regimen and offers at least a 20% improvement in suction.
2. Replaceable battery
The V11 range can last up to 60 minutes between charges, but it 's is using Eco mode and on hard floors, and it only lasts six minutes when used at the strongest setting.
The US and Australian versions of the V11 Outsize allowed the battery to be swapped out and replaced with a fully charged one, meaning you don 't need to shut down the vacuum and recharge the device. . However, this was not offered on the UK version. We would like to see this functionality extended to all models in the V12 range.
A replaceable batterythe is something that rival brand of cordless vacuum cleaners Shark already offers with its Vacuum cleaner without Flexology Anti Hair Wrap yarn - and Shark 's offering is considerably less expensive than V11, so this feature will be needed to help Dyson justify the inevitably even higher cost of V12.
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3. Larger cartridge
The Dyson V11 line has the same cartridge size as the Dyson Cyclone V10 line (except the V11 Outsize, including the carkey is 150% larger than that of Cyclone V10).
We expect the V12 cartridge to be larger than the V11 line - and a larger cartridge means fewer downtime when vacuuming. However, the larger cartridge of the V11 Outsize makes this void bulkier and heavier; instead, we would like to see a 40% increase in cartridge size, which is the jump made between the V8 and Cyclone V10, and which in our experience has not had an impact noticeable on overall height and weight. emptiness.
4. High Torque cleaning head as standard
One of the innovations Key to the V11 series was the High Torque scrub head, which detected the type of floor the scrubber was on and adjusted the power level r to suit. However, this was not included in the entry-level model of the V11 range.
This time-Here we would like to see the progress of the cleaning head as standard on all models in the V12 range.