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Dyson Vacuum Cleaners

Updated on November 8, 2012

The Dyson Vacuum Cleaner - Why Every Home Should Have One

Dyson products are a triumph of design and functionality. Not only do they look fabulous, and are at the cutting edge, they do their intended job brilliantly. Nothing epitomizes this more than the Dyson Vacuum cleaner. So discover the brilliance of the Dyson Vacuum Cleaner and why every discerning home should have one.

Dyson Ball Vacuum Cleaner
Dyson Ball Vacuum Cleaner

Dyson Vacuum Cleaners

Cutting Edge Technology

I consider that the Dyson is to vaccumming what the iPod is to MP3 players. Yes, there is a wide range of vacuum cleaners in the market place, but since when has the humble vacuum cleaner been such an object of desire. But I know, that however desirable it maybe from a design aesthetic - a vacuum is useless if it does not do what it is meant to. But here, the Dyson, with its cutting edge technology surpasses other vacuum cleaners. Like the iPhone, it is the combination of incredible cutting edge technology and superb design.

Dyson vacuum cleaners are brilliant at what they do, their main features are:

1. Dyson vacuums never lose suction. You will often find that other vacuums lose suction over time, so the more you use them, the less effective they are at cleaning your home.

2. Patented Cyclone technology picks up more dust and pet hair, room after room. Other systems clog, leaving dirt and pet-related debris on floors.

3. Air expelled from a Dyson is 99.99 percent cleaner than when it entered the vacuum. Dyson vacuums capture up to 99.99 percent of all dirt and dust particles via cyclonic separation. A pleated HEPA filter captures allergens and particles as small as 0.01 micron.

4. Dyson vacuums are easy to use and maneuver. No need to get dusty emptying the bin-just push the button and you're done. Lifetime HEPA and washable filters mean you never have to buy bags.

Once you have vacuum cleaned with a Dyson, you will wonder why you had put up with such a dirty carpet, and dust pumping old vacuum before the Dyson.

Dyson Ball Technology
Dyson Ball Technology

Dyson DC25 Ball All-Floors Upright Vacuum Cleaner

The Latest Ball Technology

The Dyson DC25 Ball All-Floors Upright Vacuum Cleaner features Dyson's latest design feature, the Ball. How this works is that the upright vacuum cleaner sits on top of a ball for easy twisting and turning around furniture and obstacles. No more missed angles or tiresome back-and-forth vacuuming. The design is superb, with the engine inside the ball. Not only does this mean it looks very neat and small, but also means that the vacuum has a low centre of gravity making it much more easy to manoeuvre.

At around 16 pounds this is very light for the power you are going to get. Remember, size is not everything, as the suction on this machine is fantastic, and probably much better than larger heavier vacuums. It is easy to carry upstairs, and fits into small closets comfortably, for ease of storage. I love that it can move along flush with a wall, so I rarely need to use the attachments (except to get behind stuff). And it’s relatively small. I expected it to be much larger, but it’s small and so very, very light. You’ll really notice the difference between it’s 16lb and the normal 25-30lb for other 11 amp vacs. And it’s relatively quiet

Using its Root Cyclone technology to separate dirt from the air by centrifugal force, which ensures efficient cleaning with no clogging or loss of suction, the cleaning power is superb. With its fingertip controls, and a constant suction power of 220 air watt you will be amazed, and perhaps shocked, at the amount of dirt it will pick up from your carpet, if you are used to a normal vacuum.

You fill find that this is effective for use on all floor types, the unit’s motorized brushbar can be turned on to remove dirt and pet hair from carpets, or turned off to protect delicate rugs and floors. It also supplies a quick-draw Telescope Reach wand, which expands to offers 16 feet of reach for stairs, drapes, upholstery, and more.

For cleaner expelled air, the unit comes with a washable lifetime HEPA filter that traps microscopic allergens such as pollen and bacteria. In fact, the air expelled from a Dyson has up to 150 times less bacteria and mold than the air you breathe, and all Dyson uprights are certified asthma friendly by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. The unit’s hygienic 1/3-gallon bin quickly empties without ever having to touch the dust–just press the button and dust empties from the bottom; the clear polycarbonate bin also allows for easily viewing the cleaning progress and gauging when it needs to be emptied.

The Dyson Vacuum

Why You Should Own One

Yes, it maybe a little more expensive than some vacuums, but bitter experience has taught me that buying cheap vacuums is a false economy, as they break down and need replacing every couple of years. I just used to have no luck with the things! Until the Dyson. Dyson test and re-test their vacuums relentlessly. They are tough and built to last. That it is why Dyson offer such generous warranties.

If you invest in a Dyson, you are investing in something that will last you years, and never fail delivering on the same level of cleaning it did when you first bought it, thanks to it not requiring bags or losing suction.

Owning a Dyson says a lot about the lifestyle and design taste of the owner, buying a Dyson you are purchasing something much more than a utilitarian object. You are buying a statement. A statement that says you have incredible taste, you recognise great technology - and - you have a very clean house! Surely, that's good reason for any home.

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