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9.4 out of 10

Dyson DC39 Animal

DC39 Animal has Dyson's latest Radial Root Cyclone™ technology, Read more

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Overall 9

Dyson DC39 Animal Canister Vacuum

Vaccum Cleaner Advisor
11 June 2014
  • Conclusion: Never has a vacuum cleaner elicited so many “I love it” and “I hate it” consumer comments at the same time.  There are many 5 star ratings but also quite a few 1 or 2 star reviews.  Owners praise the vacuum for its strong suction, ability to pick up pet hair, easy maintenance, and low profile nozzle, however there are also comments that the dust canister has to be emptied frequently, the hose is short and the nozzle is hard to move on bare floors.
  • Pros: Parts all “click-fit” together, Sleek, attractive looking machine, Compact, Not too loud, 5-year warranty, Most owners report that it is effective on pet hair, Most owners feel the suction is strong
  • Cons: Parts all “click-fit” together, Sleek, attractive looking machine, Compact, Not too loud, 5-year warranty, Most owners report that it is effective on pet hair, Most owners feel the suction is strong
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Dyson DC39 Origin Canister Vacuum Review

19 October 2012
  • Summary: This canister vacuum would be great for people who are willing to spend and want a cleaner that will clean medium to large sized homes well. Whether your home is equipped with bare floor or low to medium carpet it should not be a problem for this because it is equipped with a motorized brush and has lots of suction power (280 air watts).
  • Pros: Dyson ball technology allows this to turn on a dime and prevents it from tipping over, Long warranty, Floor tool has a motorized brush that can be turned on or off, Filter is washable and does not need to be replaced, Even though it weighs 16 pounds, weight is evenly distributed, Strong suction power – 280 air watts, Decent sized dirt cup, Has a storage for attachments, Motorized brush roll can be turned off to prevent scratching expensive hardwood surfaces, Control f...
  • Cons: One of the most expensive canister cleaners in the market, Dirt and dust will get stuck in between the nooks and crannies of the dirt cup so you’ll need to use your fingers to empty it, Plastic that holds the attachments feels flimsy, Large dirt cup may not on small garbage bins making emptying a bit messier, No power switch on the handle, Can struggle cleaning plush carpet or rugs, Bulky – you need to clear up some space to store this
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Overall 6

Expert Review

11 April 2012
  • Summary: Dyson added some improvements to the DC39, but we're not sure it's enough to warrant its price.
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Dyson DC39 Animal

Trusted Reviews
10 August 2012
  • Summary: Featuring excellent suction power the Dyson DC39 Animal is perfect for picking up pet hair.
  • Pros: Very powerful suction, Dyson Ball™ technology, Radial Root Cyclone™
  • Cons: Falls over quite a lot, Cleaning the filter is a pain
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Overall 8

Dyson DC39 Animal Review

19 June 2012
  • Summary: The Dyson DC39 has a Henry like persona which some people may not like, as you end up dragging the vac around the room with you, but its sheer power is immense and it can pick up a lot of dirt and micro debris that most vacs - we have used in the past - struggle to cope with. Again its pricey but if you are an asthma sufferer or have allergies, you can't really put a price on a better, cleaner living environment.
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Expert Review

Craving Tech
19 November 2011
  • Conclusion: I know that there are monthly traffic statistics already but I’m sure you don’t mind to read this overview stat based on the previous year. I think it’s enjoyable and interesting to read both the overview and the specific bits. So without further ado, here is Craving Tech’s traffic and growth overview in the year [...]Dyson always innovates and I’m really pleased that one of their latest vacuum cleaners still has the best design and the best suction power.
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