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Why Dyson Vacuums

If you are interested in picking up a Dyson vacuum cleaner, here's what you need to know:

Dyson extension hose

1. All Dyson vacuums are bagless. That means they don't require dirt bags. The Dysons don't clog or choke on dust/dirt.

2. Well designed vacuuming accessories. For example: most Dysons come with a rather long extension hose that makes it really easy to clean carpets on stairways, or a large room without having to re-plug the machine every so often.

One can simply clip the attachments to the vacuum when not needed, and attach them quickly when required.

3. Most Dysons come with HEPA filters that offer Hypo-Allergenic filtering. They are excellent machines for people who suffer from any sort of air borne allergies. The filters are washable, durable, and have a long life.

That being said, there have been cases where consumers have had to change their filter within 3 years. But, since replacing filters is not very expensive, buying a replacement filter won't pinch your pocket. Make sure you always buy genuine Dyson filters and spare parts to ensure your purchases are covered by proper warranty.

Dyson ball system

4. Excellent maneuverability. 'The Ball' feature in Dyson vacuums is an excellent mechanism that allows consumers to pull/push and maneuver the vacuum cleaner around at home.

This feature has been a hit with consumers as it provides tremendous flexibility.

5. Constant suction. Dyson machines do not lose suction like some bagged vacuums. Thanks to the Root Cyclone technology they keep the suction power high all the time.

Types of Dyson Vacuum Cleaners

Dyson manufactures three types of vacuum cleaners:

1. Uprights,
2. Canisters, and
3. Handhelds

The following Dyson vacuum reviews include all machines that we have tested thoroughly with our suite of tests and measurements. The main model missing from the list is the Dyson DC41 which we hope to review soon.

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