Looking for a Dyson Battery Screwdriver? Get the Correct One.

We are often asked on these pages for a Dyson battery screwdriver.

Or more correctly, which is the correct screwdriver to use to remove a Dyson battery.

Confusion arises because most screws on your Dyson are Torx screws like this.

Dyson Torx screw

For those screws, you use the Torx screwdrivers discussed in >this article< here.

But as Dyson like to confuse you, the one screw on a Dyson cordless that isn’t a Torx looks like this.

Dyson battery screw

And that’s what they use on the battery.

All Dyson cordless models use the same battery screw. So it doesn’t matter if you have a DC35, DC44, DC59, V6, V7, V8, V10, V11 or a V15, it’s the same screw to swap over the battery.

That’s called a Pozidriv screw, which isn’t to be confused with a similar-looking Phillips screw on the left below.

Dyson battery screwdriver

To prevent slippage and damaging of screws, you should only use a Phillips head screwdriver on a Phillips head screw, and you should only use a Pozidriv screwdriver on a Pozidriv screw.

Pozidriv screwdrivers come in a variety of sizes as well, so let’s just cut to the chase here and get you fixed up with a Dyson battery screwdriver.

The screwdriver you want to remove Dyson batteries is this one.

Dyson V6 battery screwdriver

With this specific tip.

Dyson battery screwdriver

And here’s where to get one from:

You can get one on eBay >here<

You can get one from Manchester Vacs >here<

They’re not expensive and you will encounter other things around the home that use that specific screw, so it’s a handy addition to any home toolbox. And a must-have for the Dyson trade. So that’s where you get a Dyson battery screwdriver from.

One Response to “Looking for a Dyson Battery Screwdriver? Get the Correct One.”

  1. Thank you, Thank you! I have spent the last hour or so wondering why my Phillips screwdriver was unable to remove battery from my Dyson V6 stick

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