Excerpt: My Dyson DC22 Turbinehead review : Powered by a digital motor, the Dyson DC22 Turbinehead vacuum is one good looking machine. Since it’s a canister vacuum, it is actually about 1/3 the size of a normal upright Dyson. But don’t mistake smaller for cheaper – it costs around $650-$700, which is more than any current upright model. I really like the filtration system on this model, it’s basically HEPA grade.
Excerpt: This is the smallest cylinder cleaner from Mr Dyson and it showcases a new Cyclone system that employs another level of tiny cyclones to draw out even smaller particles from the air flow. But does all that techy speak mean it’s a good vacuum?
Pros: Thanks to the even smaller cyclones, this is the most efficient Dyson so far. The compact size means it’s more easy to store under the stairs than Harry Potter, but it still manages to carry around its various attachments by clipping them to the back. It looks unmistakably Dyson too, like a brightly coloured engine on wheels in fact. All that exposed plastic looks a little vulnerable, don’t worry, the engineers regularly hurl their products down the stars of their rig...
Cons: The plastic jug is rather small and if you don’t empty it regularly, the fluff that’s spinning in the cyclone will make it lose suction. And you can’t have that!