These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
If you are experiencing any trouble with the Dyson V8 Absolute, please refer to the troubleshooting page.
The Dyson V8 Absolute is one of the latest models released by Dyson in April of 2016. This model of Dyson is identified by the name V8 Absolute located on the wand of the device with the specific model number of 214730-01. Similar to other Absolute Models the body style and click technology hasn’t changed, allowing the Dyson V8 Absolute to be distinguished by a gold or silver wand. Aside from color differences, the HEPA filter is a distinguishing difference between other Dyson Absolute models. On the V8, the HEPA filter is purple and adorned by three vent lines. The newest change for the Absolute line is the mechanism used to empty the bin on the V8 model, with one pull of a tab compared to a trigger pull on the V7 and V6 models.
Like other models, the V8 comes with a soft roller head and a direct drive head, as well as a new mini motorized head with plenty of other accessories. The V8 model runs for 40 minutes, ten minutes longer than the V7 model and twenty minutes longer than the V6 model.
There is currently no recall information on the V8 Absolute model. If any problems were to occur that could not be fixed or solved using the troubleshooting page, Dyson offers a servicing option on their website. The Dyson V8 Absolute has a two year warranty.