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    Dyson DC40 Multi floor upright vacuum cleaner

    Home (Dyson)

    Rating (245 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    Dyson

    My First Dyson Vacuum

    UPDATE (10/12/2013): Dyson has changed the name of the DC40 (name change only, no change to the specs) and has posted the newly named DC40 Origin on the following Amazon page: . The price of the DC40 fluctuates often and Amazon, on occasion, drops the price or offers Amazon Gift Cards for purchasing the newly named model. If you are planning on purchasing the DC40, make sure to check the new listing to see if you can get a better deal.=========================So I took the plunge and bought my first Dyson. I went with the Dyson DC40 and ordered it from Amazon a couple of days after it came out for $400 (20% off Mother's Day special). I don't have any pets, so I didn't think I needed to pay the extra for the Animal version. It was only $50 dollars more than the previous... 5/5 Dre - See all my reviews, May 5, 2012

    Love My First Dyson

    I have scoffed at my friends who spend way to much money on Dysons because they're just cute and trendy but I went to the store the other day to pickup yet another vacuum cleaner bag and somehow came home with the Dyson DC40 Ball Upright. First let me say that I hate upright vacuum cleaners. We have one and it is heavy, I can't do stairs, I can't carry it easily from upstairs to down, etc. It can't clean under anything because it's too big. It is a decent vacuum cleaner that we spent over $300 so I figure it cleans pretty well but I don't vacuum much because it's such an ordeal to use.So home I come with a $500 Dyson upright chosen because its carpet beater is belt driven (my requirement) and because it was surprisingly light. I was ready for hubby to flip out over the price but we use it on a recently vacuumed floor. First, it is so light, it barely feels like you're doing anything or that it's even sucking that hard. But up comes the most amazing quantity of dust and fur... 5/5 Mommycott - See all my reviews This review is from: Dyson DC40 Multi floor upright vacuum cleaner (Misc.) I have scoffed at my friends who spend way to much money on Dysons because they're just cute and trendy but I went to the store the other day to pickup yet another vacuum cleaner bag and somehow came home with the Dyson DC40 Ball Upright. First let me say that I hate upright vacuum cleaners. We have one and it is heavy, I can't do stairs, I can't carry it easily from upstairs to down, etc. It can't clean under anything because it's too big. It is a decent vacuum cleaner that we spent over $300 so I figure it cleans pretty well but I don't vacuum much because it's such an ordeal to use.So home I come with a $500 Dyson upright chosen because its carpet beater is belt driven (my requirement) and because it was surprisingly light. I was ready for hubby to flip out over the price but we use it on a recently vacuumed floor. First, it is so light, it barely feels like you're doing anything or that it's even sucking that hard. But up comes the most amazing quantity of dust and fur... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 4, 2012

    Some issues

    Just purchased this elsewhere as I had a 30% off coupon. The vacuum seems to be very well engineered and though the parts are plastic, they seem durable. The suction is great on both carpet and bare floors. I have two issues with the vacuum that may result in my returning it. If you try to pick up a small bead, or other object with the vacuum it just pushes it forward. You can't tip the head up to get the piece on the rebound as well. To pick up something higher than a mm (1/8")you have to physically lift the entire vacuum up and drop it on the item. The second issue is with the hose/wand. It is extremely tight and if you don't have something to stop the vacuum from rolling, it will tip over when you try to clean stairs. It is also very difficult to use for dusting, as the suction head is at the end of about four feet of solid tubing, and the hose is so tight and fights you to go back to it's original position. You can not dust a flat surface over your head without standing... 3/5 Midwestcanuck "Midwestcanuck" (Minneapolis, MN) - See all my reviews This review is from: Dyson DC40 Multi floor upright vacuum cleaner (Misc.) Just purchased this elsewhere as I had a 30% off coupon. The vacuum seems to be very well engineered and though the parts are plastic, they seem durable. The suction is great on both carpet and bare floors. I have two issues with the vacuum that may result in my returning it. If you try to pick up a small bead, or other object with the vacuum it just pushes it forward. You can't tip the head up to get the piece on the rebound as well. To pick up something higher than a mm (1/8")you have to physically lift the entire vacuum up and drop it on the item. The second issue is with the hose/wand. It is extremely tight and if you don't have something to stop the vacuum from rolling, it will tip over when you try to clean stairs. It is also very difficult to use for dusting, as the suction head is at the end of about four feet of solid tubing, and the hose is so tight and fights you to go back to it's original position. You can not dust a flat surface over your head without standing... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 15, 2012
    List Price: $499.00
    Radial Root Cyclone technology- airflows remodeled to maximize suction power
    Turns on a dime with more components housed inside the ball for easier access to awkward spaces
    5 Year Warranty- parts and labor guaranteed by Dyson for 5 years
    Dyson cyclone technology captures more dirt and microscopic dust than any other with no loss of suction.
    Cleaner head self-adjusts for optimal contact - even on hard floors


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    Dyson DC33 Multi-Floor Upright Bagless Vacuum Cleaner

    Home (Dyson, Inc.)

    Rating (590 reviews):
    (3.9/5)
    Dyson, Inc.

    DC33 vs DC25

    I have tried both of these, and have come to the conclusion that the DC33 is superior. Here's why:-The suction and brush bar are clearly more powerful. This is what sold me. I can see the difference in carpet lines (medium pile carpet) when I use one or the other.-35ft cord is a significant benefit over the 25ft cord. I can almost do the entire floor by just plugging in a single outlet. Two would cover the whole house. With the DC25, I had to constantly unplug and replug.-Larger dustbin means I can keep vacuuming for longer without emptying. Also, the design on this one seems to keep the shroud (the perforated shield inside the canister) freer of stuck-on dust.-Quieter-Although a bit larger, it is a similar weight to the DC25.-Critical sections can be easily taken apart to clear blockages.-The DC25 has a tiny plastic piece that keeps the vacuum from tipping over in upright mode due to the ball mechanism. If I tilt the vacuum to the side... 4/5 Newton - See all my reviews, November 17, 2010

    GREAT vacuum!!

    I did a lot of research before I bought this Dyson and almost got the DC28 Animal one because I have a large dog that sheds. After doing some reading online, I found out this is the exact same machine as the animal except for the attachments! That's the only difference! So I decided for $200 less than the Animal one I could do without the "special" attachments. The very first time I pulled this out of the box and used it in my living room I wasn't all that impressed, especially with the suction but I decided to go over my floor again and practice with the attachments. Well, it must have just needed to warm up or something being brand new because the second time the suction was amazing!! (and ever since!) It left the lines on the carpet from where I had vacuumed (I love that!) and it also fluffed up the carpet and made it feel like when we first bought the carpet and our feet sank down in it a bit!! Very cool!! And the best part - it picked up the dog hair!!!!! With my old... 5/5 Jennifer Fox (Arkansas) - See all my reviews This review is from: Dyson DC33 Multi-Floor Upright Bagless Vacuum Cleaner (Kitchen) I did a lot of research before I bought this Dyson and almost got the DC28 Animal one because I have a large dog that sheds. After doing some reading online, I found out this is the exact same machine as the animal except for the attachments! That's the only difference! So I decided for $200 less than the Animal one I could do without the "special" attachments. The very first time I pulled this out of the box and used it in my living room I wasn't all that impressed, especially with the suction but I decided to go over my floor again and practice with the attachments. Well, it must have just needed to warm up or something being brand new because the second time the suction was amazing!! (and ever since!) It left the lines on the carpet from where I had vacuumed (I love that!) and it also fluffed up the carpet and made it feel like when we first bought the carpet and our feet sank down in it a bit!! Very cool!! And the best part - it picked up the dog hair!!!!! With my old... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 9, 2011

    Addressing poor ratings from others.

    I have read many many reviews on the Dyson DC33 before purchasing. While the majority of them are positive, and I agree, there are a few negative reviews that are just ridiculous.First, I agree that the extension arm does appear cheap and is awkward to use. Does it work, yes. Does this bother me? Not enough to give the vacuum a terrible review. This is the only reason I give it 4 stars. The handle to the wand is a bit flimsy. I get around this by actually holding the wand itself and not the handle.Other than the above, the suction is fantastic. We purchased this vacuum for our new home. The previous owners had pets and vacuumed and shampooed the carpets before we moved it. The DC33 still pulls up dog and cat hair that the previous owners could not get out of the carpet. I have used this vacuum to clean my car and vacuum up dust from sanding our walls. I havent found any other flaws in it, other then the extension wand.As for the other negative... 4/5 lbs360 "lbs360" (Rochester NY) - See all my reviews This review is from: Dyson DC33 Multi-Floor Upright Bagless Vacuum Cleaner (Kitchen) I have read many many reviews on the Dyson DC33 before purchasing. While the majority of them are positive, and I agree, there are a few negative reviews that are just ridiculous.First, I agree that the extension arm does appear cheap and is awkward to use. Does it work, yes. Does this bother me? Not enough to give the vacuum a terrible review. This is the only reason I give it 4 stars. The handle to the wand is a bit flimsy. I get around this by actually holding the wand itself and not the handle.Other than the above, the suction is fantastic. We purchased this vacuum for our new home. The previous owners had pets and vacuumed and shampooed the carpets before we moved it. The DC33 still pulls up dog and cat hair that the previous owners could not get out of the carpet. I have used this vacuum to clean my car and vacuum up dust from sanding our walls. I havent found any other flaws in it, other then the extension wand.As for the other negative... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 4, 2011
    List Price: $399.99
    Lightweight, easy-to-carry, powerful bagless upright vacuum for every floor type
    Lifetime washable HEPA filter traps microscopic allergens
    Carries a 5-year warranty for parts and labor; weighs 17.6 pounds
    Features patented Root Cyclone technology; no loss of suction
    Telescope Reach wand extends 15.7 feet for high-reach cleaning, with no awkward parts to assemble


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    Dyson DC24 Ball All-Floors Upright Vacuum Cleaner

    Home (Dyson, Inc.)

    Rating (454 reviews):
    (3.5/5)
    Dyson, Inc.

    DC 24, lightweight delight comes up short with its hose

    I bought the DC 24 to replace a small vacuum and was my first Dyson purchase (though I have used them regularly in the past). I would not recommend this vacuum to replace a dedicated large upright. Dyson uses "airwatts" to specify the power of the vacuums and the DC 24 has 115 airwatts vs. 220 airwatts for the DC 25 and DC 15. Not knowing how many airwatts other vacuums use, I can only guess similar comparisons to other brands.=================What to Like=================The DC 24 vacuum is lightweight 11.5lbs (DC25 16.1lbs and DC15 19.95lbs) and can go up and down stairs without problems (3 story condo). In fact, instead of using the hose attachment for the stairs I prefer to use the vacuum itself. It has a nicely placed handle in the front for this function (like a weed trimmer). You have to hold it out away from your body, as the brushes don't spin if the unit is placed upright.Despite being lightweight and lower power, it has consistent... 4/5 Winter "Tech Connoisseur" (Northern VA, USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Dyson DC24 Ball All-Floors Upright Vacuum Cleaner (Kitchen) I bought the DC 24 to replace a small vacuum and was my first Dyson purchase (though I have used them regularly in the past). I would not recommend this vacuum to replace a dedicated large upright. Dyson uses "airwatts" to specify the power of the vacuums and the DC 24 has 115 airwatts vs. 220 airwatts for the DC 25 and DC 15. Not knowing how many airwatts other vacuums use, I can only guess similar comparisons to other brands.=================What to Like=================The DC 24 vacuum is lightweight 11.5lbs (DC25 16.1lbs and DC15 19.95lbs) and can go up and down stairs without problems (3 story condo). In fact, instead of using the hose attachment for the stairs I prefer to use the vacuum itself. It has a nicely placed handle in the front for this function (like a weed trimmer). You have to hold it out away from your body, as the brushes don't spin if the unit is placed upright.Despite being lightweight and lower power, it has consistent... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 9, 2008

    Light, Compact, Expensive

    I had a very hard time choosing between the DC18 (slim model) vs the brand new DC24 (ball model). When it came down to it, my girlfriend liked the compact size and light weight of the DC24 due to that fact we live in a fairly small apartment.Both machines are about the same price in most stores, and I personally felt that the DC18 would be a better deal. However, after playing with both models the weight and size of the machines was very noticeable.This machine (DC24) is a breeze to use and sucks well. It seems a little weaker than other models, but it gets the job done in our apartment with carpet, wood floors, and pseudo-tile. I was skeptical but I'm glad I made the purchase.Pros:- Easy to carry- Convenient storage, aesthetically pleasing- Powerful enough to keep us clean- Ball 'gimmick' actually is usefulNegs:- Electric cord could be longer- Vacuum sucking power not as strong as other models... 5/5 Donald 'Donnie' Demuth (San Diego, CA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Dyson DC24 Ball All-Floors Upright Vacuum Cleaner (Kitchen) I had a very hard time choosing between the DC18 (slim model) vs the brand new DC24 (ball model). When it came down to it, my girlfriend liked the compact size and light weight of the DC24 due to that fact we live in a fairly small apartment.Both machines are about the same price in most stores, and I personally felt that the DC18 would be a better deal. However, after playing with both models the weight and size of the machines was very noticeable.This machine (DC24) is a breeze to use and sucks well. It seems a little weaker than other models, but it gets the job done in our apartment with carpet, wood floors, and pseudo-tile. I was skeptical but I'm glad I made the purchase.Pros:- Easy to carry- Convenient storage, aesthetically pleasing- Powerful enough to keep us clean- Ball 'gimmick' actually is usefulNegs:- Electric cord could be longer- Vacuum sucking power not as strong as other models... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 12, 2008

    Next-Generation Dyson DC24 Ball Vacuum Cleaner Disappointing

    In November of 2003, I bought a Dyson DC07 Animal vacuum cleaner. I reviewed it in these pages and recommended it wholeheartedly to anyone in the market for a new vacuum cleaner.I regret to say I cannot do the same for the Dyson Ball vacuum cleaner.My DC07 Animal lasted for six years and had the daylights beaten out of it in that time. It sucked up everything from wet cat sand to fine sawdust generated by sanding a floor for refinishing. I had to replace the two hoses in the Animal on several occasions because they are made out of cheap plastic and wire and are prone to tearing from repeated flexing. But it was the irredeemable clogging from the sawdust that finally did in my Animal. Naturally I looked to Dyson for its replacement.My wife was convinced that because we'd eliminated all the wall to wall carpeting from the house, and because we are down to five cats from the eight we had with the Animal, that the Dyson Ball was the best choice for a... 3/5 Roy Jaruk (Patterson, NY United States) - See all my reviews, January 11, 2010
    List Price: $399.99
    Effective for all floor types; motorized brushbar; reversible wand
    Measures 13-2/3 by 11 by 43-2/7 inches; 5-year parts-and-labor warranty
    Upright vacuum cleaner with Dyson Ball technology for smooth steering
    Root Cyclone technology ensures no clogging or loss of suction
    HEPA filter; certified asthma friendly; collapsible handle for compact storage


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    Dyson Home Cleaning Kit

    Home (Dyson)

    Rating (198 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    Dyson

    Fantastic!

    I bought this accessory kit when the small brush attachment for my Dyson Animal accidentally got crushed. I LOVE these brushes. The hard bristled brush is great for tile grout, outdoor/automotive carpet or having to 'scrub' brush something clean. The, what I call "Funky Brush", is great for typical brush vacuuming. I call it "Funky" because of the swivel head. It takes some practice to master using it to it's full potential, but it's worth it once you do. It's great when you have an awkward space to vacuum in such as crevice/corner under cabinets. It worked great vacuuming all the hard to get and odd shaped places in our motorhome. The dusting brush is probably my favorite and therefore most used tool. It is super soft which makes it great for vacuuming delicate items such as knick knacks and picture frames. It has a bit of velvet on the underside for easier pet hair and lint pick up. We live in the raw Arizona desert, so I have to dust everything quite often. I use this to dust our... 5/5 JOLARA (Arizona) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Dyson Home Cleaning Kit (Kitchen) I bought this accessory kit when the small brush attachment for my Dyson Animal accidentally got crushed. I LOVE these brushes. The hard bristled brush is great for tile grout, outdoor/automotive carpet or having to 'scrub' brush something clean. The, what I call "Funky Brush", is great for typical brush vacuuming. I call it "Funky" because of the swivel head. It takes some practice to master using it to it's full potential, but it's worth it once you do. It's great when you have an awkward space to vacuum in such as crevice/corner under cabinets. It worked great vacuuming all the hard to get and odd shaped places in our motorhome. The dusting brush is probably my favorite and therefore most used tool. It is super soft which makes it great for vacuuming delicate items such as knick knacks and picture frames. It has a bit of velvet on the underside for easier pet hair and lint pick up. We live in the raw Arizona desert, so I have to dust everything quite often. I use this to dust our... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 2, 2011

    A helpful set of tools that speeds up your cleaning work!

    Customer Video Review Length:: 1:59 MinsWe love our Dyson DC25 Animal sweeper and we think it was one of the best investments we have ever made. If you spend the money for the Dyson sweeper then you need one of these home cleaning kits to go along with the sweeper. I have put together a small video to show what is in the kit and some of the ways we use the attachments. I could not show all of the ways we use the tools but you will get some idea of how useful these tools are.We really like these accessories but the kit is a bit expensive. The tools are so useful though that we are happy with the kit. I just wish the hose on the Dyson DC25 Animal were longer. The vacuum is so powerful that the hose almost collapses and it makes it difficult to reach up to higher spots to clean. Here is a link to the Dyson DC25 Animal cleaner.... 5/5 jjceo (Greenwood, Indiana) - See all my reviews, November 15, 2012

    Exactly what you think it is.

    0 5/5 Chad C. Hix "the mappa" (grapevine tx) - See all my reviews, April 28, 2010
    List Price: $64.99
    Dyson engineered
    1 yr warranty


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    Dyson DC41 Animal Bagless Vacuum Cleaner

    Home (Dyson)

    Rating (438 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    Dyson

    Frustration Free Vacuuming

    I know this will be long, so I will present this in pro's & con's, a summary of my background a little, a summery of my experiences, and then a more detailed follow up on some of those pro's/con's.All in all, my wife and I are really happy with it. It's only been the first week, so time will tell.Some of the pro's and con's might appear to be double listed, as some are a plus and a minus.PRO'S* Sucks - pulls dirt out of somewhere where my last vacuum couldn't find it.* a bit quieter than any vacuum I have had...lower pitch as well. My wife and I can actually talk at reasonable levels when the vacuum is running.* Vacuum head self adjust to floor, so no bending down to turn the @!#$ switch on most vacuums.* Attachments lock into place, so they don't come off when using them* Dirt canister removes as one unit (no dirt on the floor), dumps out of bottom over a trash can - some dust may come up, but small*... 5/5 Neil E Howell "Howeln" (Alpine, Ca) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Dyson DC41 Animal Bagless Vacuum Cleaner (Kitchen) I know this will be long, so I will present this in pro's & con's, a summary of my background a little, a summery of my experiences, and then a more detailed follow up on some of those pro's/con's.All in all, my wife and I are really happy with it. It's only been the first week, so time will tell.Some of the pro's and con's might appear to be double listed, as some are a plus and a minus.PRO'S* Sucks - pulls dirt out of somewhere where my last vacuum couldn't find it.* a bit quieter than any vacuum I have had...lower pitch as well. My wife and I can actually talk at reasonable levels when the vacuum is running.* Vacuum head self adjust to floor, so no bending down to turn the @!#$ switch on most vacuums.* Attachments lock into place, so they don't come off when using them* Dirt canister removes as one unit (no dirt on the floor), dumps out of bottom over a trash can - some dust may come up, but small*... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 22, 2011

    Most Amazing Vacuum Ever!!!!

    0 5/5 Kyle (Los Angeles, CA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Dyson DC41 Animal Bagless Vacuum Cleaner (Kitchen), February 26, 2012

    Great, but has design flaws.

    The DC41 is a great product and is probably the best vacuum out there. But that hasn't stopped me from noticing a few defects. There are really 2 major ones that nearly made me return this product.The first issue is that they got rid of the foot lever that typical vacuums have to engage the beater bar. Instead you just force it down and start vacuuming and when you are done you just put it back up and it latches and stays upright. This is pretty neat but when you are putting it upright there are 2 distinct things that happen, it engages the wand hose and then it engages the lock that holds it up. The switch for the hose is much louder and happens first so this leads you to believe the vacuum is upright and to let go when it is not latched properly causing it to fall over if you are not quick enough to catch it. This makes me respond by putting it upright much more forcefully then I want to do to something I've bought for nearly $600.The second main issue is the path the... 4/5 JonoPorter - See all my reviews This review is from: Dyson DC41 Animal Bagless Vacuum Cleaner (Kitchen) The DC41 is a great product and is probably the best vacuum out there. But that hasn't stopped me from noticing a few defects. There are really 2 major ones that nearly made me return this product.The first issue is that they got rid of the foot lever that typical vacuums have to engage the beater bar. Instead you just force it down and start vacuuming and when you are done you just put it back up and it latches and stays upright. This is pretty neat but when you are putting it upright there are 2 distinct things that happen, it engages the wand hose and then it engages the lock that holds it up. The switch for the hose is much louder and happens first so this leads you to believe the vacuum is upright and to let go when it is not latched properly causing it to fall over if you are not quick enough to catch it. This makes me respond by putting it upright much more forcefully then I want to do to something I've bought for nearly $600.The second main issue is the path the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 3, 2011
    List Price: $599.00
    Radial Root Cyclone Technology
    Lightweight and durable
    Five year warranty
    Cleaner head self-adjusts for optimal contact ? even on hard floors
    Ball technology steers smoothly


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    Dyson DC14 All-Floors Cyclone Upright Vacuum Cleaner

    Home (Dyson)

    Rating (288 reviews):
    (3.8/5)
    Dyson

    Beware that Dyson too will get CLOGGED if not properly maintained

    Dyson is a great product but it's certainly NOT perfect. The 'Never lose suction' tagline is a marketing ploy, since Dyson too will get clogged and lose suction if not properly maintained. All other vacuum machines will NOT lose suction either if the filter bags are replaced often enough.Overall, however, its performance beats all other vacuums (including the over-hyped Oreck, which is simply a rip-off) hands-down.- Every few months, the user must clean out the central cylinder of the very fine dust, or it will get clogged and lose suction. The way you do this is by removing the dust collector and then separate the core cylinder from the glass casing. Use another vacuum to suck dirt out of the little holes on the side of the cylinder. Also, if you look up the cylinder from the bottom, you'll see caked dust collected at the top of the cylinder. If you gently bang the cylinder (upright) on the floor, you'll be shocked how much fine dust (about two cups worth)... 4/5 Amazon Customer (USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Dyson DC14 All-Floors Cyclone Upright Vacuum Cleaner (Kitchen) Dyson is a great product but it's certainly NOT perfect. The 'Never lose suction' tagline is a marketing ploy, since Dyson too will get clogged and lose suction if not properly maintained. All other vacuum machines will NOT lose suction either if the filter bags are replaced often enough.Overall, however, its performance beats all other vacuums (including the over-hyped Oreck, which is simply a rip-off) hands-down.- Every few months, the user must clean out the central cylinder of the very fine dust, or it will get clogged and lose suction. The way you do this is by removing the dust collector and then separate the core cylinder from the glass casing. Use another vacuum to suck dirt out of the little holes on the side of the cylinder. Also, if you look up the cylinder from the bottom, you'll see caked dust collected at the top of the cylinder. If you gently bang the cylinder (upright) on the floor, you'll be shocked how much fine dust (about two cups worth)... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 29, 2005

    Amazing! strong and powerful!

    Time to be upfront, I researched a new vac for four weeks. My sister and I put in new carpet, paint , appliances and fantastic Persian rugs in our seven year old house. I am a dog trainer and have threes shelties as house pets, two cats, one meduim furred and live with a mother that refuses to take her gardening shoes off in the house.( I like to be barefoot)I fully expect any vac that lives with me to be dead in three to four years. This is a given, and oh, my sister had asthma and allergies, I run a full house vac 2 to 3 times a week.( I do keep the shelties groomed and trimmed and the cats too.)I love a clean house. My house never smells.I bought the dyson at the local store, so I could return if it was not the right thing.Its the same size and weight as my old sharp vac, (ignore the weight complaints, this is what a real vac weighs).The suction is stunning, anyone with a vac over three years old should not be surprised at how much stuff is in the... 5/5 K. J "justine" (Forest Grove, OR, USA) - See all my reviews, March 4, 2006

    Consider the negatives before believing the positives

    Customer Video Review Length:: 5:35 MinsI've owned my [refurbished] DC14 for a month now. I vacuum roughly twice a week, a small 2-bedroom condo with about 2/3 carpet and 1/3 tile floors. This vacuum seems to do a great job on both surfaces, although on the carpet, I honestly don't notice a huge difference over my previous Bissell Cleanview. I would describe its carpet performance as "good" meaning I don't know what else I could ask for, really.For my tile flooring, with the brush-roll off, this does a surprisingly good job. I primarily am picking up kitty litter and hairs on this surface, so I can't vouch for too many crazy types of dirt. I do know it only takes 1-2 passes, where my Electrolux stick vacuum (battery-powered) takes several.The dirt container is very easy to empty and cleaner than my previous vacuum, although still not really *clean* as you have to touch the dirty area to close the container back up.My main gripe so far is with the hose/wand piece. I... 3/5 ultraconsumer "Luke M." (Portland, OR) - See all my reviews This review is from: Dyson DC14 All-Floors Cyclone Upright Vacuum Cleaner (Kitchen), April 19, 2008
    Measures 13-3/8 by 14 by 44-6/7 inches; 5-year warranty
    Root Cyclone technology ensures powerful, continuous suction
    Quick-draw Telescope reach; edge-cleaning whiskers; wide channel
    Hygienic 5/7-gallon dust bin; lifetime HEPA filter; certified asthma friendly
    All-floors upright vacuum cleaner with motorized brushbar


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    Dyson DC33 Post Hepa Filter Generic Brand Not OEM 10-2330-08

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