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Post# 440000   3/19/2021 at 13:50 by juju93 (florida)        

www.dyson.com/en...

so a new dyson vac is coming out. Curious to see if its the V12 and what features it'll have. I had a feeling dyson was about to release a new model. I say that because on their website they no longer make the v11 torque drive nor the v11 outsize, which are their higher two models. So how can dyson beat that.. hmm,curous? They do on the other hand have the v11 animal and outsize origin, which im going to be disappointed because i just bought the v11 a few months ago and now something new and great is coming out.

curious to what you all think this new dyson vac will be like and what features you think it'll have. I just hope it has the removable battery and digital countdown.





Post# 440006 , Reply# 1   3/19/2021 at 14:23 by Kirbyg6 (York)        

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I always get very excited when Dyson do these teaser videos. The things that interests me are the green light and the x at the top unfortunately I donít have any idea what it could be but I canít wait to see what they have come up with

Post# 440010 , Reply# 2   3/19/2021 at 14:42 by juju93 (florida)        
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But I just bought my v11 outsize a few months ago. If this ones better than the one I got I will sadly regret bying my v11 outsize. I highly doubt dyson would put lights on their vacuums. Never in almost 30 years has a single dyson vacuum rather it be cordless or corded has had any type of light fixtures.

Post# 440060 , Reply# 3   3/20/2021 at 09:04 by dysonman1 (the county)        

If he was smart, he'd put a bag in it.

Post# 440100 , Reply# 4   3/21/2021 at 04:47 by Kirbyg6 (York)        

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This has been stuck in my head for a day or two maybe the green
Light is trying to show us something


Post# 440164 , Reply# 5   3/22/2021 at 07:55 by Madaboutsebo (Midlands, UK)        

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Dyson has trademarked TM names of V12 and V15 (no V13 for obvious reasons and no V14) also with the detect name after as well, so V12 detect and V15 detect! There is also Carbon Fibre 3 that has been TM too! So it may be that short clip on the home page refers to new pickup technology within the cleaner head and/or for it to detect something something itís picking up! Iím sure we will all find out soon!

Post# 440168 , Reply# 6   3/22/2021 at 11:39 by Kirbyg6 (York)        

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Wow that sounds very interesting do you know if both models are coming out at the same time

Post# 440169 , Reply# 7   3/22/2021 at 12:05 by Madaboutsebo (Midlands, UK)        

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Iím not sure and there is no TM for either with Outsize against them yet! They would well launch both with the TMís that have been registered. V16 to V20 are also registered TMís by Dyson but no Ďdetectí versions of them!

Interesting there are patents filed nearly 2 years ago that have been published over the last few months or so that refer to the cleaner head one with a hollow deformable seal and others that mention about the brush bar being used on hard floors and wear and tear on the brush bar with a process without user having to switch it off for hard floors! Assuming it refers to the standard floor head on the cordless that has carbon fibre bristles for hard floor pick up nylon bristles for carpet cleaning in one brush bar!


Post# 440173 , Reply# 8   3/22/2021 at 13:20 by juju93 (florida)        

yeah I don't see why they would skip v13 and v14. That just doesn't make sense to me. Then again I didn't understand why they skipped v9. Like they had the v8 and then went to v10. but never come out with a V9. I'm curious to see how dyson can improve on what is already the best cordless matchine, thats just my opinion, on the market today. I just hope they don't get rid of the removable battery and digital display/countdown on these models. Like thats the whole reason why I got the v11 outsize in the first place. I like knowing the exact runtime I have left on my machine. Yeah the 3 bar lights are great on the v11 animal and v10 series and v8. but its not as accurate and percise as the digital timmer on the higher end models. Curious to when these new models are getting relase. Hopefully within the next week or so.

Also off topic for a second. But does anyone have any idea on when kirby will release a new model. I ask that because the Avalir 2 (really sentria 4) has been out for 3 years now and quite frankly its starting to get old if you ask me.


Post# 440177 , Reply# 9   3/22/2021 at 14:02 by Kirbyg6 (York)        

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I think this will be the year hopefully but I bet it will still look like an avalir but with a new colour scheme and a tweak here and their so Iím not getting my hopes up

Post# 440178 , Reply# 10   3/22/2021 at 15:13 by juju93 (florida)        
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Well hopefully someone in Kirby reads these threads and take some ideas and pass it on to the engineering and design department. I really hope they don't come out with another color scheme and call it a new model. Because lets be honest even avalir 2 isn't a full complete color change. Don't get me wrong the black and blue looks nice but its not a big noticable color change compare to sentria 1 to sentria 2. At lease with those models kirby changes the colors completely as well as the pattern scheme between the two. when they went from avalir 1 to avalir 2 they only really changes the accent colors from red to blue and kept the same pattern scheme. The overall color is still the same, which is black. God forbid they come out with another avalir (another sentria model) with the same black color but with a new accent color. Don't get me wrong kirby is a good brand and i've grown up using them, but times have changes and I think Kirby needs to listen to what the customers really want. Also they should bring back the video owners manual and just posted to YouTube. Those short clips of the avalir 2 just aint cutting it.


Post# 440185 , Reply# 11   3/22/2021 at 16:16 by juju93 (florida)        

According to dyson's facebook page the new technology, and yes its a cordless technology, will be revealed this Wednsday, the 24th. Oh I can hardly wait to see. Hopefully it won't make me regret getting the v11 outsize, but knowing dyson its gonna be a hit, which will probably make me regret the v11. I should know by now base off of the pass 3-4 years that dyson tends to release their new cordless technology in late march/early april. This is kind of like what apple does every September when they release a new iphone and other apple products.

Post# 440187 , Reply# 12   3/22/2021 at 16:24 by Kirbyg6 (York)        

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Oh I canít wait too Iím going to be excited tomorrow night

Post# 440189 , Reply# 13   3/22/2021 at 17:12 by Madaboutsebo (Midlands, UK)        

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Itís strange V14 is missed out but I can understand why they missed V13 out as they never did to my knowledge a DC13! A lot of companies, manufacturers and builders donít like numbering something 13 as they see it as an unlucky number!
Be interesting to see if their development and research on solid state batteries makes an appearance or they still have some way to go with that. Iím sure theyíll be squeezing out more power and runtime from the battery and a more power dense motor without the added weight, or any more energy used. Iím sure they will keep the display screen and count down runtimes on the battery usage!

I can not see any confirmed date on Dysonís website of Facebook page! They do tend to launch new vacuum cleaners yearly but they didnít really realise anything totally new apart from the V11 Outsize and updates to the standard V11 lineup! With Dyson only doing cordless machines now and at present the stick form you may find they do less launches with only having this one design. Or there is a big improvement with a new model over the current one! Saying that the V10!was followed a year later by the V11 so time will tell in the future!


Post# 440190 , Reply# 14   3/22/2021 at 17:28 by juju93 (florida)        

Well when I checked their Facebook page a half hour ago it had that glow light, the same one on the dysons website, and at the top it says something about the reveal being on 3/24/21, which is this Wedsnday. This may sound crazy but hopefully the v11 doc will work with this new model as it would be silly to have to keep releasing a new doc once a new model keeps coming out. I would like to see the battery packs themselves hold an hour or so on each power level, that way you can get the run time and the suction on each setting. Or another thing Id like to see is if they can scale down the weight of the batteries but also increase the runtime. I can't see dyson changing the trumpet style of the machine when it comes to emptying it. I mean they already perfected the emptying method.

Post# 440191 , Reply# 15   3/22/2021 at 17:41 by Madaboutsebo (Midlands, UK)        

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Must of removed it! Doesnít appear when I checked. Least the reveal is very soon.

Yeah unless they change the shape of the battery housing! They have on the Omni-guide models that have the battery in the straight handle!

Longer runtimes, denser batteries, lighter in weight and quick charge times will come once solid state battery technology is launched. Something Dyson is working on! No the in line style will probably stay at least for a while! Unless they have a new design on this release!


Post# 440192 , Reply# 16   3/22/2021 at 17:51 by Mike811 (Finland)        

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Very exciting news and I really hope that one of them is something else than a stick vacuum. I mean Dyson has the technology and performance (for a cordless vacuum), but just making bigger and bigger stick vacuums is not for me. Stick vacuum is fine if it's light. After V10 they just got too heavy & uncomfortable to use.
I have been hoping some time now Dyson to design cordless compact upright. That would solve the handle weight problem. Not to mention bigger bin, bigger motor and bigger battery, longer run time, onboard hose etc. I mean not too big obviously.
A lot of people like stick vacuums and Dyson will always make them, but they are not for everyone. A lot of people still like their ball uprights.
So let's hope cordless Dyson upright is coming :)


Post# 440193 , Reply# 17   3/22/2021 at 18:34 by Juju93 (florida)        



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Post# 440198 , Reply# 18   3/23/2021 at 00:06 by Mike811 (Finland)        

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Post# 440202 , Reply# 19   3/23/2021 at 02:13 by Madaboutsebo (Midlands, UK)        

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Thank you @Juju93 doesnít show when I look! Strange!

Post# 440203 , Reply# 20   3/23/2021 at 02:26 by Madaboutsebo (Midlands, UK)        

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I wonder if they ever will make anything other than the stick form they have adapted currently for their cordless range!? From what you read and interviews from Dyson and James Dyson himself itís seems they are happy to go down the stick format. Their mantra seems to be ever smaller, lighter and more powerful so be interesting to see in the future if they steer away or add a different cordless format to the lineup! To Dyson the stick format is what they think works for quick cleans, versatility etc..etc...but as they try to cover and please different home setups small, medium and large then you start to add size and weight to that setup!
Maybe once their solid state battery technology is launched it may open up more possibilities for different cordless vacuum forms from Dyson.


Post# 440205 , Reply# 21   3/23/2021 at 05:56 by Kirbyg6 (York)        

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I hope on this machine they made like a lock switch so that you donít have to keep your finger on the trigger all the time

Post# 440206 , Reply# 22   3/23/2021 at 06:11 by Madaboutsebo (Midlands, UK)        

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@Juju93 I can see the launch date, it on another official Facebook page!

Post# 440207 , Reply# 23   3/23/2021 at 06:15 by Madaboutsebo (Midlands, UK)        

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Yes it will be interesting to see if the trigger is still present! The Omni-Glide models have a power button in place of the trigger but that may be down to the new handle design on them! Saying that Iím surprised they used a power button on these as the runtime is only 20 mins but they are designed I think for quick cleans!

Post# 440212 , Reply# 24   3/23/2021 at 11:03 by juju93 (florida)        

Can someone explain to me what solid state batttery technology is? Also do you think dyson will just present it on its website or do you think they'll do some sort of presentation launch event like they did with the v10.

Post# 440214 , Reply# 25   3/23/2021 at 12:58 by Madaboutsebo (Midlands, UK)        

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@juju93 here is a brief overview of a form of solid state batteries:

ďA solid-state battery is a battery technology that uses solid electrodes and a solid electrolyte, instead of the liquid or polymer gel electrolytes found in lithium-ion or lithium polymer batteries.Ē

This new battery technology will enable light in weight batteries, dense energy storage, longer runtimes and quick charging times. Better life cycle so they last longer. These are things that are being mentioned with this new battery technology! Dyson and other Manufacturers are looking at developing their own versions of it especially the EV car markets!

Itís hard to say how they will launch it, would think some sort of presentation as the post that they mentioned the launch date mentions Ďsee it in actioní


Post# 440217 , Reply# 26   3/23/2021 at 14:38 by juju93 (florida)        

In a way that make since, especially since dyson cordlesses have gone up in weight through the years due to the increase weight in the batteries. I mean hey the v11 torque and v11 outsize weigh the most simply due to there bigger battery packs. Well actually all v11 variants have a noticable weight difference compare to older models. I'm dying to see if we finally have an 8lb or over lol. One thing I don't understand is why did they remove the v11 torque and outisze but yet kept the v7 and v8 series machines. Doesn't dyson tend to get rid of there older models when the newer ones come out. I could see them doing away with the v8 as thats pushing 5 years old and the v7 is pushing 4. Can't see dyson doing away with the v10 nor v11 models and the various variants they comes in. Also does anyone know why they got rid of there handheld options because its not an option on their website anymore.

Post# 440219 , Reply# 27   3/23/2021 at 15:06 by Madaboutsebo (Midlands, UK)        

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Have they not replaced the V11 Outsize with the V11 Outsize Origin?
Dyson usually scale down the current model that was last launch before a new model launch..previous history! As they are only developing and launching new cordless models maybe they want to keep the older cones like the V7 and V8 as like entry level models in the market place! Apparently the V8 was their fastest selling cordless to date!! I would think base models or so of the V10 and V11 will remain on sale. Plus they are sort of limited with their range/models now only having one cordless variant - stick format! Hence the older cordless models still available. Whereas they had Uprights, canisters, cordless handhelds, cordless stick machines and now they just develop the cordless stick format!


Post# 440220 , Reply# 28   3/23/2021 at 15:38 by juju93 (florida)        

The outsize origin was already out when the regular outsize came out. They actually lauched together. The only difference is the color and also the origin comes with only one battery and one charger, whereas the regualr outsize comes with two batteries and 2 chargers. I will say that gold on the origin is tacky looking to me. Thank goodness I got my outsize origin (thats what its defined as), from HSN so I didn't have to get it in that tacky gold color. Less than 24 hours to go yall. I'm so excited.

Post# 440223 , Reply# 29   3/23/2021 at 16:20 by Kirbyg6 (York)        

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Iím buzzing too I donít think I will be able to get to sleep tonight

Post# 440227 , Reply# 30   3/23/2021 at 18:39 by juju93 (florida)        
My question is this

Will Dyson just launch it on the website tomorrow at anytime or will they do a presentation online somewhere and then update the website. What I mean is will it possibly be up online tomorrow morning when I wake up or do I have to wait till like mid afternoon for them to do some type of presentation launch? The intisipation is killing me. I'm dying to see what this new model will feature and look like.

This may sound random but when do you think Dyson will step away from calling a v series. like we have had the v series for several years and the prior to that they went by DC. Do yall think they'll change the naming of the series. Also if they do come out with the v12 and v15, how many variants of each model do you think Dyson will present? And what do we think this "detect" means, in terms of its name?


Post# 440239 , Reply# 31   3/24/2021 at 07:36 by Juju93 (florida)        

Ugh 🤦 so we have to wait till 4pm central time for the release. Like come on Dyson

Post# 440240 , Reply# 32   3/24/2021 at 07:52 by Kirbyg6 (York)        

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Yeah I know and the most annoying thing is that they are going to go really slow

Post# 440245 , Reply# 33   3/24/2021 at 10:09 by dysonman1 (the county)        

Maybe "detect" means there is a dirt sensor in the nozzle, like my Kenmore battery stick vac has.

Post# 440260 , Reply# 34   3/24/2021 at 12:41 by juju93 (florida)        

My question is this. How are they going to launch the new technology. Like are they going to just update the website and call it a lauch, or are they going to do a presentation launch like what they did with the v10?

I hope when they do launch the machine(S) that within the vairants theres not much difference between them. One of the things i hate with both v10 and v11 is that within the vairiants there was a noticable difference. Like the size and cleaner head of the v10 motorhead was completely different than those of the animal and absolute variant. They should've just been the same size bin for all 3 varients. Now look at the v11. They shouldve just came out with the one with the LCD displace and not the animal option with the light up screen. They couldve made an animal variant with the LCD displace just with lesser attachments. The same with the v10 series. Does what I'm saying make sense?


Post# 440279 , Reply# 35   3/24/2021 at 21:24 by compuvac (Kekistan)        

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Post# 440281 , Reply# 36   3/24/2021 at 22:06 by juju93 (florida)        

To me this new v15 isn't woth all the hype. To mean its basicall a v11 with a fancy screan. Those new cleaner heads can be probably purchassed separately for older models. I'm personally gonna look into getting that hair screw tool, which is an updated mini motorized brush, for my outsize unit. What I personally like about this new model is that sit uses the same remveable battery that the v11 series does, which means the floor doc will also be compatable. What I don't understand is why Dyson skipped v12 and wen't to v15. What I'm also not a fan of is that classic dyson yellowish ornage color. to me the machine should just be chrone like the rest of the cordless range. On top of that, the iron wand doesn't seem to match it really well.

Post# 440287 , Reply# 37   3/25/2021 at 03:01 by Kirbyg6 (York)        

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All that excitement over a little great light I must be going mad

Post# 440291 , Reply# 38   3/25/2021 at 09:47 by juju93 (florida)        

It really wasn't all that it hyped up to be. I mean I could go to dysons website right now and order those tangle free brushes and use them on my outsize model. Another thing I notice with the dyson tool selection on the website is that they don't have that new purple crevice tool with the light on it for sale or even being mentioned on its site, as well as that new reach under tool that allows you to bends the wand to clean under lower furniture without having to get down and turn the machine sideways.


Lets just hope when kirby launches a new model it doesn't have the same feeling like this one did. I mean i'm sure it will. Me personally was just expecting more out of Dyson with the new launch excite me that much. Now when Rexair came out with the SRX that was worth the hype and excitement and thats kind of what I was expecting from Dyson and possibly from Kirby. Speaking of Rexair, I hope they come up/out with something cool for its 85th anniversary.


Post# 440294 , Reply# 39   3/25/2021 at 11:38 by ralph123 (Little Rock, AR)        

So the big new feature is that is will have a built in laser to measure the size and counts of particles it picks up? Might have been better off developing an automatic brush roll cleaning capability...

Post# 440298 , Reply# 40   3/25/2021 at 13:43 by Madaboutsebo (Midlands, UK)        

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@juju93 there is a V12 Detect Slim...see video below but nothing appearing on any Dyson websites when I last checked! Looks like it comes only with the new Slim laser fluffy head!



target="_blank">m.youtube.com/watchQUESTIONMARKR...


Personally think now Dyson are only developing cordless machines I canít see them doing major big complete new vacuum cleaners every year! Especially sticking to one cordless form the stick format! If you think the V10 was launched in 2018 and the V11 2019 with additional V11 models later in 2020. Do itís been 2 years before the V15 is now launched!

The next major vacuum technology development from Dyson really will be its own battery technology they are working in including solid state batteries! But you never know what else they may launch!


Post# 440299 , Reply# 41   3/25/2021 at 14:26 by juju93 (florida)        

The link doesn't work. I'm starting to think the same think about the solid state battery technology. I say this because the v15 is using the same removable battery that the v11 series uses. Another thing I want to know about this new v15 is it still going to show when the filter needs to be cleaned or where theres a clog like the v11 did. i mean we know it has the coutdown timer but what about the other features that the V11 display had.

Post# 440300 , Reply# 42   3/25/2021 at 14:39 by huskyvacs (Indiana)        

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Here it is.



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Post# 440301 , Reply# 43   3/25/2021 at 14:49 by Madaboutsebo (Midlands, UK)        

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Try this link, apologies the other was missing a part of it!!



target="_blank">m.youtube.com/watchQUESTIONMARKR...


I believe the display shows the same as the V11 so clogs, filter maintenance!
One thing some have mentioned have they solved the issue the previous V10/V11 had. that when you empty the bin you can accidentally pull the trigger and cause the filter to clog!


Post# 440302 , Reply# 44   3/25/2021 at 14:51 by Madaboutsebo (Midlands, UK)        

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Sorry that link is not working!! Itís cutting some of it off as I post the message!

If you search on YouTube ĎDyson V12 Detect Slimí youíll find the video, itís not an official one by Dyson though!


Post# 440304 , Reply# 45   3/25/2021 at 15:58 by compuvac (Kekistan)        

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