Dyson Products That Let Sir Dyson Buy A Swanky Condo In S’pore

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably heard that Sir James Dyson shifted his company’s HQ from the UK to Singapore.

The billionaire will be in the city more often so he bought a 3-storey Wallich Residence Penthouse at Tanjong Pagar for a whopping S$73.8 million!

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The stunning apartment features a private family room, a 600-bottle wine cellar and a mesmerising sky lounge.

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Who is James Dyson?

James Dyson garnered fame for creating the world’s first bag-less vacuum cleaner in 1978.

His invention became a big hit because it could separate air from dust and pull cigarette smoke from the air.

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Today, his products are sold in over 65 countries. His product line includes vacuum cleaners, curling irons, hair dryers, air purifiers and lighting.

Dyson is known as one of UK’s richest citizens with a net worth of $12.6 billion.

How did he amass his massive wealth? Here’s a lineup of his popular products.

1. Dyson Cyclone V10 ($899)

Dyson Cyclone V10 is a vacuum cleaner that looks like a machine gun for dust bunnies.

Mums will be happy to know that it can easily remove dirt from carpets and trap microscopic particles like pollen and bacteria. It is available for $899 on Best Denki.

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2. Dyson Pure Cool Purifying Tower Fan ($899)

It’s no secret that Dyson has innovated air purifiers.

Not only can the Dyson Pure Cool Purifying Tower Fan keep you cool during the tropical summer, but it can also clean the air too. Those with asthma or allergies will love the fact that it can take smog and pollen out of the air. Interested shoppers can find this on the Dyson SG website.

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3. Supersonic Hair Dryer 23.75 Karat Gold (S$749)

Dyson boasts that their Supersonic Hair Dryer is the gold standard of gifts — and they weren’t exaggerating.

Priced at S$749 on Best Denki SG, the hair dryer includes 23.75 karat gold and a stylish red presentation case.

This isn’t just expensive because it seems fancy. The hair dryer includes the Dyson digital Motor V9 which spins 6 times faster than other hair dry motors. Other features include 3 speed settings, four heat settings, a styling concentrator and a smoothing nozzle.

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4. Lightcycle ($1,199)

The Dyson Lightcycle from Dyson SG is far from your average lamp. It tracks colour temperature, auto-adjusts light and functions as a charging port. Brightness can also change based on your age or sleep time.

They say the light surpasses the “recommended levels for studying” and we hope it can also help students improve their current grades.

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5. Dyson Airwrap ($649)

Girl bosses who want stylish hair should check out the Dyson Airwrap curling irons.

The Airwrap hair styler lets you straighten your hair and make perfect curls without excessive heat. Beginners to the hair styling game can check out their guides to learn how to create symmetrical and voluminous curls. Learn more at the Dyson Airwrap page.

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6. Dyson Airblade

The Dyson Airblade hand dryer lets you dry your hands in just 10 seconds.

Germophobes should note that it can captures 99.95% of bacteria from the restrooms air, before it reaches your hands. This ensures that your hands are squeaky clean.

To view the price, visit the Dyson Airblade page and reach out to the company through email.

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7. 2021 Electric Car (TBA)

Dyson is set to launch ‘made-in-Singapore cars‘ soon.

While there are no pictures of the actual product, eager fans have released designs and discussed the car’s features based on patent applications. According to CarWow, Dyson’s first electric car will have aluminum body, long-lasting battery and high ground clearance.

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Stands out through innovation

Known for innovating and engineering a better way to solve problems, Dyson seems bent on creating next-level vacuum cleaners, dryers, fans, humidifiers, and lighting. He has climbed his way to the top through creating upgrading everyday products with powerful features.

The company is planning to build a reputation in the electric car industry soon. While some of us are fans of Tesla, we’re excited to see their upcoming line of made-in-Singapore vehicles.

What is your favourite product? Let us know in the comments.

Featured image from Instagram and CarWow.