Dyson DC50i Upright Vacuum Cleaner

    Dyson DC50i Upright Vacuum Cleaner


    The DC50i is the smallest upright vacuum cleaner in the Dyson range. Every part of the DC50i has been re-engineered to make it smaller whilst maintaining the performance of a full-size upright. The DC50i features Ball™ technology, 2 Tier Radial™ cyclones and advanced cleaner head technology.

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    SKU: DC50i

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    With constant suction provided by 19 2 Tier Radial™ cyclones, the Dyson DC50i is capable of capturing microscopic dust and dirt particles as small as 0.5 microns. It is made from lightweight yet durable materials making it ideal for someone who needs the power of a full upright but would benefit from a lighter, easily maneuverable version.

    The cleaning head on the DC50i upright has been designed to capture even more dirt from all floor types. It automatically adjusts according to the type of floor being cleaned. Carbon fibre filaments are built into the brush bar to help remove even more fine dust from hard floors.


    Suction power
    140 Air Watts (constant)
    Movement type
    Ball™ technology
    Lifetime Washable Filter
    Bin capacity
    0.8 litres
    Dimensions (height x width x depth)
    1064mm x 280mm x 354mm
    Maximum reach
    8.7 metres
    Cord length
    7.6 metres
    5.4 kg
    Box Contents
    • Operations manual
    • Quick start guide
    • 5 year guarantee
    Tools & Accessories
    • Combination tool – Debris nozzle converts to a brush tool for dusting.
    • Stair tool – A Dyson-designed tool for removing dust and dirt from stairs and stair carpets.

    Dyson DC50i User Guide

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    Dyson DC50i Upright Vacuum Cleaner was last modified: July 9th, 2015 by Dyson Centre

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