Three cleaning modes optimised for a variety of tasks. The right balance of power and run time, where you need it.
Powerful Cleaning on Floors and Carpets
An integrated digital motor spins the brush bar up to 60 times a second. It drives stiff nylon bristles deep into the carpet to remove dirt, while carbon fibre filaments capture fine dust on hard floors.
Displays cleaning modes and lets you switch easily between Eco, Auto and Boost.
Unique Battery Power Management System
Dyson’s power-optimising technology and battery-saving trigger help maximise run time, only using power when you need it.
‘Point and Shoot’ Hygienic Bin Emptying
The ‘point and shoot’ mechanism hygienically ejects dust and debris deep into your bin, in one action – so there’s no need to touch the dirt.
The Dyson V11 vacuum drops into the wall-mounted dock, to charge it and tidily store tools. So it’s ready to grab and go.
Click-in Battery Pack
It's easy to remove and replace the click-in battery at the press of a button. If you have a spare battery, we recommend that you swap them out from time to time, so that they both have time to naturally discharge.
The seven-cell nickel-cobalt-aluminium battery has the fade-free power to clean here, there and everywhere around your home.
Powered by a Dyson Hyperdymium Motor
Spins at up to 125,000rpm, creating more suction power than most corded vacuums.
Radial Root Cyclone Technology
14 cyclones generate forces of 79,000g to fling dust into the bin without clogging the filter, so there’s no loss of suction.
Advanced Whole-machine Filtration
Dyson's fully-sealed, six-layer filtration system is developed by the same engineers that make Dyson machines. It's tested to trap 99.97% of particles as small as 0.3 microns – and expel cleaner air into your home.
Designed to absorb vibrations and dampen noise, to keep sound levels down.
The motor, bin and cyclone are aligned, so air is drawn into the cyclones in a straight line – helping to create powerful Dyson suction.
Direct drive cleaner head
Run time Up to 60 min
14 Concentric cyclones