ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Aug. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading multichannel retailer HSN has partnered with innovative home solutions giant Dyson to debut the Dyson Hard™:DC56, a clever new approach to cleaning hard floors in your home. The Dyson Hard™ will be available exclusively via HSN, HSN.com and via HSN Mobile on Saturday, August 10 during a special preview before its official launch on September 3 on Dyson.com.
The Dyson Hard™:DC56 combines strong suction and a wet wipe to thoroughly clean your hard floors. Utilizing a powerful digital motor that results in no loss of suction, the floor cleaner has a double-edge cleaner head that effectively picks up dust and debris and offers a more complete cleaning than can be found with traditional floor wipe cleaners.
To learn more about HSN's special preview of the Dyson Hard™:DC56 visit HSN.com or join in the conversation @HSN on Facebook and Twitter.
HSN is a leading interactive multichannel retailer, offering a curated assortment of exclusive products and top brand names to its customers. HSN incorporates entertainment, inspiration, personalities and industry experts to provide an entirely unique shopping experience. At HSN, customers find exceptional selections in Health & Beauty, Jewelry, Home/Lifestyle, fashion/Accessories, and Electronics. HSN broadcasts live to 95 million households in the US in HD 24/7 and its website - hsn.com features more than 50,000 product videos. Mobile applications include HSN apps for iPad, iPhone and Android. HSN, founded 36 years ago as the first shopping network, is an operating segment of HSN, Inc. (Nasdaq: HSNI). For more information, please visit HSN.com, or follow @HSN on Facebook and Twitter.
Dyson has over 1,500 scientists and engineers developing new technology globally. In the UK, Dyson has in-house expertise in fluid, mechanical, electrical, EMC, thermal, chemical, acoustic, and software engineering, and an in-house microbiology team, breeding and conducting research on colonies of dust mites. Dyson invests nearly $2.25 million a week into research and development; this is planned to increase by 20% a year for the next five years. Dyson has doubled the number of engineers employed at the UK Research and Development headquarters in the past two years, and will recruit an additional 100 engineers in the UK this year, half of whom will be recent graduates. Globally, Dyson employs over 4,000 people.