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All Dyson Micro 1.5kg™ vacuums weigh only 1.5kg, trap 99.99% of microscopic particles,¹ and have no loss of suction.²

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Direct Exclusive
  • 1.5kg lightweight format.1
  • Traps 99.99% of microscopic particles.1
  • No loss of suction.2
HK$3,680.00
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  • 1.5kg lightweight format.1
  • Traps 99.99% of microscopic particles.1
  • No loss of suction.2
HK$3,380.00

Key features

  • Woman using Dyson Micro 1.5kg vacuum up high and down low

    3-in-1 cleaner

    Transforms from a floor vacuum to a handheld in a click. Dyson-engineered accessories convert the Dyson Micro 1.5kg™ vacuum to a handy cleaner for hard-to-reach areas all around your home.

  • Cutaway of Dyson Hyperdymium motor

    Powerful Dyson Hyperdymium™ motor

    Spins up to 105,000rpm³ to suck up microscopic particles and larger debris.⁴

  • Cutaway of Dyson filter expelling cleaner air

    Whole-machine filtration

    Captures dust and seals in 99.99% of microscopic particles as small as 0.3 microns – expelling cleaner air for a healthy home.¹

  • Micro Fluffy cleaner head cleaning under furniture

    Micro Fluffy™ cleaner head

    Dyson’s smallest, lightest Fluffy™ cleaner head yet. Soft woven nylon and anti-static carbon fibre filaments deep clean hard floors.4

  • Woman emptying Dyson Micro 1.5kg into the bin

    No-touch bin emptying

    Hygienic ejection mechanism drives dust and debris deep into your bin, in one action.

<sup>1</sup> Filtration tested against ASTM F1977-04, tested in MAX mode, internally at Dyson and by independent third-party laboratories, SGS IBR Laboratories in UK in 2020 with particle sizes of 0.3 microns or more.<br> <sup>2</sup> Suction tested to IEC 62885-2 CL5.8 and CL5.9, loaded to bin full, in MAX mode, internally at Dyson and at independent third-party laboratories, SGS IBR Laboratories in UK in 2020.<br> <sup>3</sup> Motor speed analysis was conducted in Dyson lab in 2020. May vary depending on actual usage.<br> <sup>4</sup> Based on internal testing at Dyson in 2020. May vary depending on actual usage.<br>