No bag. No loss of suction. No awkward moves.
DC39 Origin is a full-size Dyson canister vacuum with Ball technology for greater maneuverability. Wheeled vacuums can be awkward, heavy to pull, head the wrong way and collide with obstacles. A Dyson Ball vacuum cleans without the awkward moves, turning on the spot. DC39 Origin also has a central steering mechanism for greater control. The pivot point is located near the center of the machine, so it can make tighter turning circles and more easily follows the user’s path. Dyson cyclones capture more dirt than any other. DC39 Origin has Radial Root Cyclone technology with remodeled airways to maximize suction power.
Easy to use
There are no bags to replace and the lifetime filters are washable, so there are no extra costs. DC39 Origin comes with a Triggerhead tool, with an air-driven rotating brush bar. It’s the only turbine head controlled at the handle—no bending down is required. Just push the button on the handle to turn the brush bar on for high pick-up on carpets, or off for delicate rugs and hard floors. DC39 Origin has been engineered for reduced noise levels with no compromise in performance. The essential components are located inside the acoustically treated ball.
Patented Dyson technology
Dyson engineers are constantly testing and inventing, trying to find new ways to make their technology work better. As they work, they file patent applications to protect their inventions from copycat manufacturers. That’s why the only place you’ll find Dyson technology is inside a Dyson machine.
Radial Root Cyclone technology
Dyson’s patented cyclone technology captures more dirt than any other cyclone. In Radial Root Cyclone technology remodeled airflows maximize suction power. Improved flow efficiency reduces turbulence and preserves air pressure, so more microscopic particles are extracted by the inner cyclones. These refinements help remove more dust, allergens and pet hair from the home.
Dyson Ball technology
Wheeled vacuums can be awkward to steer and can make you work a lot harder than you need to. All that back and forth around corners and obstacles. Dyson Ball technology is a radical alternative to fixed wheels. Dyson Ball vacuums ride on a ball, which pivots on itself so you can instantly change direction with just a turn of the wrist.
Triggerhead tool – for every floor type
The Triggerhead tool is the only turbine head controlled at the handle. No need to bend down and adjust when moving between floor types. A rotating brush bar deep cleans carpets – push the trigger and it switches off to protect delicate rugs and hard floors.
Push button bin 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).
Captures allergens. Expels cleaner air.
Ordinary vacuums can’t always retain all the dust they remove – so some of them vent some of it back into your room in the air they expel. That’s the reason for the dusty, electrical smell. Dyson cyclones can capture microscopic particles such as pollen, mold and bacteria.
Engineered for reduced noise levels
Essential components are located inside the acoustically treated ball. The motor is attached to the housing with sound-dampening mounts. Less noise escapes from the airways, and polyurethane sound-insulating materials absorb sound energy.