Dyson DC02 vacuum cleaner

Side view of a vacuum cleaner showing the clear bin. Front view of a vacuum cleaner showing the clear bin. Rear view of a vacuum cleaner showing the carrying handle. Rear view of a vacuum cleaner showing the open cover. Side view of a vacuum cleaner showing the hose and carpet sweeper. Top view of a vacuum cleaner showing the filter inside. Side view of a vacuum cleaner showing the base unit. Side view of a vacuum cleaner showing the removable collection bin. Side view of a vacuum cleaner showing the removable collection bin and detachable cyclonic device. Side view of a vacuum cleaner showing the packaging.
Side view of a vacuum cleaner showing the clear bin. Front view of a vacuum cleaner showing the clear bin. Rear view of a vacuum cleaner showing the carrying handle. Rear view of a vacuum cleaner showing the open cover. Side view of a vacuum cleaner showing the hose and carpet sweeper. Top view of a vacuum cleaner showing the filter inside. Side view of a vacuum cleaner showing the base unit. Side view of a vacuum cleaner showing the removable collection bin. Side view of a vacuum cleaner showing the removable collection bin and detachable cyclonic device. Side view of a vacuum cleaner showing the packaging.
Details
Object number
AIBDC : 003022
Country
Date
1995

Description

This 1990s bagless cylinder vacuum cleaner, the DC02, was designed by James Dyson. He realised that the bag in traditional vacuum cleaners became clogged very quickly so he set about inventing the revolutionary cyclone bagless cleaner which uses centrifugal force to lift dust and is far more efficient. Emphasis on design includes aesthetics as well as performance and colourful plastic is used for the casing, which adds to the cleaners distinctive appearance. All visible parts are made entirely of plastic.
Designers & Manufacturers
Designer (Person)
Manufacturer

Inscriptions

printed: "DC02 DTSON dual cyclone technology" (body)
Dimensions
Width
500mm
Height
270mm
Depth
320mm
Material Note
plastic
ABS coloured sections
acrylonitrile butadiene styrene
PC colourless container
polycarbonate
Colour