new dyson launches in 2023

Cordless handheld vacuum, check. Hair dryer, check. Hair straightener, check. Curler, check. Lamps, check. It seems the international superstar of sexy home appliance brand Dyson has covered most, if not all, the main categories of essentials that you need for your dream home. But the hardworking engineers over at its global HQ at St James Power Station next to Vivocity, will have you know no one in the company is sitting around and twiddling their thumbs.

In a large-scale press event held in May, Dyson shared news of its upcoming launches, including the hyped-up Dyson Zone headphones. Here are the 5 products you can look forward to (and start saving up for) once they hit stores soon.

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  1. Dyson Zone (currently available in Singapore, $1,399)

Even though the audio market is innundated with well-established brands specialising in providing top-notch sound equipment for audiophiles, Dyson’s entry is no less impressive because of how well it actually performs when compared to the veterans in the same price range. Plus, not only does it offer high-quality sound output, it also doubles as a wearable air-purifier, perfect for those hazy, dusty and smokey days in Singapore. Soundwise, eight active noise cancelling microphones monitor surrounding noise 384,000 times a second, cancelling background noise. With two additional microphones for telephony and transparency systems. Custom-built 40mm, 16-ohm neodymium speaker driver delivers a broad frequency range for absolute clarity in bass, mids and highs. Don’t forget the long battery life offering up to 50 hours of music (with ANC active noise cancellation). The removable purifier visor promises removal of up to 99% ultrafine particles by way of the electrostatic and activated carbon filters located within each ear cup.

2. The Dyson 360 Vis Nav (Coming soon to Singapore)

This robotic vacuum marks Dyson’s next generation of intelligent robotic vacuum cleaners, which the brand is touting as the most powerful robot with twice the suction of any other robot vacuum. The Dyson 360 Vis Nav robot vacuum has 26 sensors that detect the edges of a room, and redirect suction through a side-actuator for precision edge cleaning – solving one of the biggest challenges for any robot – edge cleaning. Its high-level processor thinks and adapts, capable of pinpointing its position to within 71mm.

Engineered with unique Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) technology, it also posseses a 360-degree vision system with fish-eye hemispheric lens, which remembers where it has been, sees where to clean and is intelligent enough to create dust maps of your home. It also features a new, full-width triple-action brush bar: for hard floors, soft ‘Fluffy’ nylon for large debris pick-up and anti-static carbon fiber filaments to remove fine dust, and stiff nylon bristles to dig into carpets. After its 50 minutes of run-time, the machine will automatically return to its dock to recharge.

3. The Big+Quiet Formaldehyde purifier (Currently available in Singapore from $1,299)

Designed specifically for large, open-plan spaces and living rooms, this purifier may be slightly chunkier than its predecessors, but it also offers an unbeatable cleaning capability. The new cone aerodynamics delivers 32 feet of projection and new CO2 sensor, which indicates when to ventilate. Alongside its powerful projection, the Dyson Purifier Big+Quiet Formaldehyde is engineered to operate quietly, producing just 56 decibels of noise – making it Dyson’s quietest yet most powerful purifier.

4. The Dyson Submarine (Currently available in Singapore from $1,299)

Wet vacuums are trending now, with homeowners keen on finding an easier way to mop the floor without breaking their backs. The Dyson Submarine wet roller head, available with the Dyson V15s Detect Submarine, delivers the right amount of water to effectively remove spills, stains and small debris from hard floors. To achieve an optimum ‘clean floor’ finish without over saturating, the wet roller head has been engineered with an eight-point hydration system, using a pressurised chamber for even water distribution across the full width of the roller.

The motor-driven microfiber roller removes spills, tough stains and small debris, covering flooring up to 110sqm (roughly the size of a 5-room HDB), thanks to a 300ml clean water tank. A durable plate extracts contaminated water from the wet roller and deposits it into a separate waste-water tank to ensure no dirt and debris is transferred back onto the floor. Designed with a low profile and full-width brush bar, the Dyson Submarine wet roller head allows for effortless maneauvring underneath furniture, cleaning dust, debris and spills from even the most awkward places. 

5. Dyson Gen5detect (Coming soon to Singapore)

The Dyson Gen5detect cordless vacuum, features fifth-generation hyperdymium motor technology, delivering unrivalled suction power, capable of capturing viruses from the home. The machine features a fully sealed, whole-machine HEPA filtration system, engineered to capture 99.99% of particles down to 0.1 microns. 14 cyclones also remove dust from the airflow so there’s no loss of suction, ensuring optimal performance with every clean.

A new Fluffy Optic cleaner head with increased brightness and range reveals twice the amount of microscopic dust, so you can see exactly where to clean. The fade-free, energy-dense battery offers up to 70 minutes run-time. In the image above is the hair screw tool, which is capable of sucking up stray hairs and direct them completely into the bin without getting stuck around the cleaner head.

All-in-all, it looks to be a busy year for the brand in its bid to make home living more convenient and enjoyable for the discerning. Expect upcoming reviews of these products on our site and follow us on our instagram for the video reels.