Conclusion: Many people are still worried about Dyson and if their claims are really true?
Pros: Excellent suction power., Turbinehead air powered brush bar., Unique design perfect for stair cleaning., Long reach wand., Versatile. It can be used to clean cars or other tight spaces.
Cons: Have to pull/push the red circular tab to turn on/off the Turbinehead brush bar., The Turbinehead wheels don't allow you to turn 90 degrees easily., Only designed for medium or short pile rugs., Expensive.
Excerpt: The Dyson DC23 Animal vacuum is a canister model, which is made specifically for pet owners. The super compact size makes this model very easy to store. In my review of the Dyson DC23 Animal, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s worth the $500 price tag.
Excerpt: The Dyson DC23 Turbinehead vacuum cleaner is an innovative bagless canister model, which is a lot smaller than most of the competition. In this review of the Dyson DC23 Turbinehead, I’ll go over it’s best features, as well as the potential downsides to owning this vacuum. As with most models from this manufacturer, I absolutely love the design. It’s sleek, curvy, and hard to keep from admiring the style.
Conclusion: The Dyson DC23 Motorhead vacuum cleaner is not the most popular Dyson and there is little written about this particular machine. However the few consumer reviews available do give it good ratings. This is a bagless, canister vacuum with tremendous power and like most Dysons is fairly expensive.
Pros: Extremely powerful, Good at cleaning both hard surfaces and carpet, Compact, Useful attachments, Powerful brushbar, Flexible steering
Cons: Extremely powerful, Good at cleaning both hard surfaces and carpet, Compact, Useful attachments, Powerful brushbar, Flexible steering
Conclusion: Consumer ratings for the Dyson DC23 TurbineHead Canister Vacuum are good - not stellar - but typically greater than 4 stars out of 5 . For a Dyson it is not too pricey (depending on where you purchase) and it is said to have strong suction, work well on bare floors & rugs, and to be aesthetically pleasing (a lot of folks mention this). On the other hand it is not as effective as the Dyson DC23 Motorhead on carpet due to its air driven brushbar.
Pros: Strong suction, Attractive machine, Easy to empty dirt canister, Auto-rewind of power cord, Good on bare surfaces
Cons: Strong suction, Attractive machine, Easy to empty dirt canister, Auto-rewind of power cord, Good on bare surfaces
Excerpt: The Dyson DC23 Motorhead is a compact canister vacuum. Actually, the Dyson DC23 Motorhead looks very similar to the DC22 I just reviewed – although, this model is powered by the Level 3 Root Cyclone system instead of the digital motor. It’s still a good system, but probably not quite as powerful nor does it have as much “cool” factor.
Excerpt: This is a big sturdy machine which stores neatly as the hose, tube and handle fold around the machine. It performed well on the floor and pick up from the carpets was average. The tube and nozzle are fairly heavy to manoeuvre. The tools are stored on board. It is difficult to change the setting on the nozzle from floor to carpet.
Pros: Longest flexible hose of all the cylinders tested, Good manoeuvrability, Best pet hair removal of all the cylinders tested: 1 sweep, Excellent filter efficiency, Can reach 10 stairs, The British Allergy Foundation Seal of Approval
Cons: One of the loudest and heaviest cylinders tested, Big and bulky to store, The telescopic tube is quite chunky and heavy