This Lightsaber-Like Tool Is Your Weapon Against Dust and Dirt

The Dyson V8 Slim is as powerful as the big boys.

There’s a new household weapon in the battle against dust, fur balls, and dirt in general. 

Wipe out forever the image of the OG box-like vacuum cleaner your mother had to drag across the room, kicking around cords as she moved about. 

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The Dyson V8 Slim, at just 2.6 kilograms, is much smaller and lighter than its previous incarnation, the V8, and yet just as powerful.

This is the sexy vacuum cleaner of today.

You can lift it from the ground with one hand, just like, you know, a Jedi lightsaber or a sword from The Witching, and use it to remove those cobwebs from the ceiling, or that dark film of dust high up on your blinds. And since it’s cordless, you can easily bring it all around your home to attack all those hard-to-reach places.

The Fluffy cleaner head is the soft roller for hardwood floors and other flat surfaces, in addition to the various attachments for different types of cleaning. Snap on. Snap off.

Its hepa filter sucks in those pesky allergens such as pollen and dust mites, and, ugh, microscopic bits of poop from who knows where, and expels cleaner, fresher air. 

You’ll feel like a superhero as you suck up fur balls coughed up by your feline fiend, and random stuff ranging from spilled flour and sugar in your kitchen to bits of paper, lint, and anything else you can think of. The suction tool with 15 cyclones run by a digital V8 is powerful stuff.


For spot cleaning, remove the sword-like tube and you’re left with a handheld tool that looks like the Infinity Gauntlet.

Watch the video of how it works.

Dyson vacuum cleaners, Pure Cool air purifiers, and Supersonic hair tool are available at Check out Dyson products on sale at the ongoing Lazada 8.8 Bounce Back sale from August 6 to 8, as well.


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Yvette Fernandez
Yvette Fernandez was previously the editorial director of Esquire Philippines.
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