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Win a Dyson Cinetic Cyclone Vacuum Worth RM3,199!



In 1993, bags were out. 20 years of research and development later, Dyson is introducing the only machine with no bags, no loss of suction, and no filter fuss.

Bagged vacuums lose suction as pores clog. And other cyclonic vacuum cleaners often rely on filters to capture dust, which also clog, causing loss of suction. Dyson’s latest vacuum uses patented Dyson Cinetic™ cyclone technology. The cyclones are so efficient there is no filter maintenance: no washing, nothing to replace, one less thing to think about.

To ensure it is durable and reliable, Dyson Cinetic™ vacuum has been slammed sideways into steel blocks 200 times in side impact testing. In total Dyson engineers spent 9,000 hours testing Dyson Cinetic™ vacuum; the equivalent of 500 years of vacuuming in the home.


PRIZE: 2 x Dyson Cinetic D52 Cyclone vacuums worth RM3,199 each



  1. Dyson Cinetic Cyclone vacuums requires no filter bag to function
    True, False
  2. How many hours did Dyson engineers spend testing the Dyson Cinetic vacuum?
  3. Besides a variety of vacuum cleaners, name two other products by Dyson.
  4. Name one of the five experts every man needs.


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CONTEST ENDS: 31 August, 2014






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2. The prizes for this contest are neither exchangeable for cash nor transferable.

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