Dyson releases toy vacuum cleaner for your child

If ever there was a toy which can delight parents as much as it pleases their child it is this one. Parents can buy a Dyson toy vacuum cleaner for kids which costs GBP21.99 – and it actually works. The little vacuum is a direct replica of the brand’s latest handheld DC59 model and is bound to keep your child entertained for hours, as well as doing you a favour at the same time.

Many children love pretending to do jobs around the house with their toys, pretending to clean, but the “genius” thing about this product is that it has a real suction so it will actually lift dirt. The product description says: “The simulated cyclone action has moving colourful balls in a clear cylinder, accessible dust compartment for emptying all the dust and fluff your little helper has vacuumed up!”

Dyson have released a toy which has real suction

It also has realistic hoover sounds and transforms from a floor vacuum to a handheld unit. The toy has had five star reviews on the Very website – one of the places it is on sale, and has been called an “amazing little gadget” by parents.

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One person wrote: “My little girl always wants to help vacuum with our dyson…. this is the perfect product which helps her help us without the worry of her dropping our real one!!! (sic)”

The new Dyson toy will be loved by parents and children

Another said: “I bought this for my son’s 3rd birthday… he a absolutely loves it… don’t stop playing with it… real sound.

And enjoys helping mummy with housework. The mini Dyson replica is recommended for children between the ages of three and eight – and isn’t suitable for children under three.

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It’s available to buy on the on Amazon[2] .

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Dyson releases toy vacuum cleaner for your child

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