When Sir James Dyson introduces the Dyson V15 Detect within the UK in March 2021, I puzzled whether or not Singapore will get it quickly. I even contacted the PR if there’s any information on it. Quick ahead to August 2021, the brand new Dyson V12 Detect Slim is right here in Singapore.

Utilizing the identical expertise because the V15 Detect, the Dyson V12 Detect Slim is able to detecting, eradicating and sizing, and counting microscopic mud with the assistance of expertise. It has a precisely-angled inexperienced laser built-in right into a Fluffy cleaner to disclose mud particles and a piezo sensor to rely and measure microscopic mud particles.

The Dyson V12 Detect Slim is accessible in three configurations: –

  • Dyson V12 Detect Slim Fluffy: S$899
  • Dyson V12 Detect Slim Complete Clear: S$999
  • Dyson V12 Detect Slim Absolute Additional: S$1,249

Extra particulars within the Press Launch.

Press Launch

Creating more healthy houses: Dyson launches its first vacuum cleaner with laser detect expertise to disclose hidden mud in your house

Dyson’s highly effective and clever vacuum able to detecting, eradicating, sizing and counting microscopic mud for scientific proof of a deep clear[1]

  • Laser mud detection reveals mud particles invisible to the attention, with a precisely-angled inexperienced laser built-in right into a Fluffy cleaner head – so that you don’t miss a factor[2].
  • Acoustic Mud Sensing supplies reassurance that you’ve got deep cleaned. LCD display reveals the scale and variety of particles, displaying real-time scientific proof of a deep clear by counting and measuring microscopic mud particles with a piezo sensor, which mechanically will increase suction energy throughout totally different flooring sorts and mud quantities1.
  • New anti-tangle hair screw clears hair quick. Anti-tangle conical brush bar spirals hair off and into the bin. Motor-driven cleansing for small areas.

SINGAPORE. 24 August 2021. Making a more healthy house is now made simpler, as in the present day Dyson unveils a brand-new era of cord-free vacuum cleaners with the Dyson V12 Detect Slim.  Engineered to detect hidden mud as small as 10 microns and outfitted with an acoustic piezo sensor to allow scientific proof1of what’s been sucked up, these new Dyson applied sciences redefine deep cleansing at house.

Developed by a workforce of 370 engineers globally, these newest vacuums use a Dyson Hyperdymium motor which generates as much as 150 air watts of highly effective suction[1] and 5-stage filtration captures 99.99% of mud particles right down to 0.3 microns[2] for a robust deep clear. The Dyson V12 Detect Slim helps create more healthy houses at a time when 60% of persons are cleansing greater than ever earlier than[3].

“As engineers our job is to resolve each day issues, and the previous 12 months has created loads of new ones with extra time spent indoors” explains James Dyson, Chief Engineer and Founder. “We’re all cleansing extra ceaselessly, making an attempt to take away the extra home mud however determined for peace of thoughts that our houses are really clear.

Our newest vacuum use tailored laser expertise to disclose hidden mud2, integrating a diode laser into the cleaner head that’s exactly positioned at a 1.5-degree angle, 7.3mm off the bottom

to create one of the best distinction between mud and ground. We don’t assume detection is sufficient, so we take away and meticulously dimension and rely the particles 15,000 occasions a second utilizing an acoustic piezo sensor which converts vibrations into electrical indicators, displaying exactly the scale and variety of particles sucked up on an LCD behind the vacuum.

The Dyson V12 Detect is highly effective and clever, giving the last word reassurance – scientific proof of a more healthy, cleaner house”.

Laser Mud Detection

Dyson has engineered laser mud expertise to make sure you are reassured that your private home has been deep cleaned. Laser Mud Detection reveals the particles you can not usually see with a exactly angled laser built-in into the cleaner head2.

The concept took place when a Dyson Engineer observed that airborne particles of their house glistened within the solar. They started to analysis how they may take this notion and apply it to the advantageous mud we can not see in our house. The workforce experimented with laser lights within the lab to check how this may very well be achieved, and a brand new answer was born.

Dyson engineers built-in a inexperienced laser diode – chosen for its capacity to offer one of the best distinction – into the Slim Fluffy cleaner head, positioning it exactly at a 1.5 diploma angle, 7.3mm off the bottom. It means hidden mud on the ground floor that’s in any other case invisible to the bare eye might be seen and eliminated4.


Understanding that now greater than ever individuals need extra hygienic houses, Dyson engineers set about growing a expertise which allows the consumer to measure the mud it detects after which shows it on an LCD display for actual time scientific proof of a deep clear1.

So, how does this work? An acoustic piezo sensor has been built-in into the vacuum. Carbon fibre filaments within the cleaner head decide up microscopic particles that are sized and counted as much as 15,000 occasions a second. The mud enters the vacuum and hits the acoustic piezo sensor throughout the bin inlet with the tiny vibrations being transformed to electrical indicators. The mud dimension and amount are proven on the in-built LCD display, so the consumer can see how a lot mud the vacuum has eliminated, in addition to the totally different sizes of particles and ship scientific proof of a deep clear1.

The vacuums have been designed in order that they mechanically improve suction energy after they come throughout a considerable amount of mud1. This occurs in auto mode, when the piezo sensor detects excessive concentrations of mud, and reactive suction energy is triggered to mechanically improve in energy. When mud ranges normalise, suction energy is decreased to its earlier stage.


Introducing a brand new anti-tangle Hair screw instrument: Dyson Engineers additionally regarded to resolve the issue of eradicating hair on the comb bar. That is typically a problem for a lot of vacuums, regardless of claims on the contrary, so we have developed a brand new anti-tangle conical brush bar which spirals hair off and into the bin. This prevents the wrapping of hair across the brush bar. Designed for human and pet hair, our engineers delicately tweaked the exact angle of the bristles on the instrument, to make sure the discharge pressure didn’t tangle the hair and examined the instrument on a number of hair sorts.  


The Dyson V12 Detect Slim options Dyson’s 5-stage superior filtration applied sciences, capturing 99.99% of particles as small as 0.3 microns4, to expel cleaner air. Our Dyson cyclone expertise is environment friendly at separating mud and dust from flooring and surfaces and entire machine sealing means this isn’t leaked again into your houses. 

BUY DIRECT FROM THE PEOPLE WHO MADE IT The Dyson V12 Detect Slim is accessible from 24 August 2021, priced from SGD899 respectively at www.dyson.com.sg and Dyson Demo shops at Dyson Service Centre & Demo Retailer – Capitol Singapore, Dyson Demo Zone – Westgate.

[1] Finest accuracy achieved in Auto mode. Auto ramp function in Auto mode solely. Testing based mostly on common in house utilization in response to Dyson inside take a look at knowledge. Microscopic mud is outlined as particles lower than 100 microns.

[2] Laser engineered for laborious flooring. Effectiveness of laser influenced by ambient mild circumstances, particles sort and floor.

[3] Suction examined to EN IEC62885-4  CL5.8 and Cl5.9, loaded to bin full, in Increase mode towards cord-free stick market with extra of 150AW (gross sales knowledge from Jan’20 to Dec’ 20).

[4] Filtration examined towards EN60312-1 CL5.11 in Increase mode.

[5] In line with Dyson’s World Mud Examine 2021.10,754 respondents throughout 10 international locations: US, Australia, Japan, China, South Korea, France, Britain, Germany, Spain and Italy. Fieldwork carried out between 23rd October and 11th November 2020. Information has been weighted at a ‘World’ stage to be consultant of various inhabitants sizes.