Here you can find guidance and support if you suspect that you’ve encountered a fake Dyson website or fake Dyson technology.
Dyson: Safe purchasing
Dyson works actively to combat the serious issue of counterfeit machines. We’re aware of a number of imitation versions of our technology, and our priority is to protect our users against the possibility of unknowingly buying machines being advertised as genuine Dyson.
We’ve always tried to find a way to help our users, whether that be developing technology that eradicates the need for expensive vacuum cleaner bags, or investing in the research and development of machines aiming to protect hair from extreme heat damage. In the same way we aim to protect our users from potentially dangerous counterfeit Dyson technology.
Dyson has a full-time global team, working to protect shoppers from the risks posed by counterfeit products and fake websites. We work closely with law enforcement bodies to protect shoppers, and take legal action against people involved in the manufacture and distribution of counterfeit Dyson machines.
Why counterfeit Dyson machines can be dangerous
Counterfeit Dyson machines are often cheaply made, potentially dangerous and don’t provide the same stand-out experience as a genuine Dyson machine.
Counterfeit machines are not manufactured in controlled Dyson environments that are designed to ensure the quality and safety of our products. Components and measures used to safeguard our machines are usually omitted.
For this reason, we do not recommend you use counterfeit Dyson products.
Have you bought a counterfeit machine?
The individuals behind counterfeit products go to great lengths to make sure they look as genuine as possible. It’s often only once the machine has been used that a user will become suspicious.
Counterfeit Dyson machines are very difficult to spot: They appear nearly exactly the same as the genuine Dyson machine: from the logos on the machines to the packaging they are delivered in. Counterfeit Dyson machines even include copies of Dyson’s serial number stickers and Dyson warranty cards. Their external appearance is where the similarities end.
Common things to look out for which are likely to indicate you have purchased a counterfeit include:
- Poor quality manufacturing finish (for example, misapplied Dyson logos, uneven joins in materials, scratches on the product or uneven edges).
- Poor quality packaging materials.
- Typos on the product, the packaging or the documentation enclosed in the packaging.
Reporting suspicious machines
Dyson does not service counterfeit machines as they aren’t made by Dyson or with genuine Dyson parts. Neither will we be able to offer you a refund for the counterfeit product you may have purchased.
In some circumstances, we provide support to consumers who have purchased counterfeit Dyson machines to help them get their money back.