With the v6, you have the option to use the charging cord by itself or to connect it to the wall mount, creating a charging dock.

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When the v6 is charging, the indicator light is blue. The light turns off when the battery is fully charged.

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The v6 features Dyson's new digital motor and nickel manganese cobalt Lithium-ion battery for better power and efficiency.

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The v6 comes with several attachments ranging from a crevice tool to a mini motorized cleaning head.

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The attachments lock into place and you can detach them with the press of a button.

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The v6 features Dyson's cyclonic technology for greater suction.

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The v6's carbon fiber bristles are designed so that you can go from hard floors to carpet without turning the brushroll on and off.

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The handheld portion of the v6 weighs 4.6 pounds, making it easy to hold, use, and lift.

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The motorized cleaning head features a pivoting ball, similar to the ball technology of the fill-sized Dyson uprights.

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