Summary: That said, quite a few users say the plastic components feel flimsy. When parts do break, customer support is relatively cooperative but sticks to the terms. One Amazon.com owner says you can't return the vacuum after 30 days, but Dyson will make repairs. There are no bags to replace for the DC39 Animal and the lifetime HEPA filter is washable.
Pros: Excellent for bare floors, Two-layer HEPA filtration, Easy to maneuver, Quiet
Dyson added some improvements to the DC39, but we're not sure it's enough to warrant its price.
11 April 2012
Conclusion: The new technology that Dyson introduced with the Dyson DC39 sounds great and seemed to be very well thought out. The problem is that in some areas, the "Radial Root Cyclone" feature had a chance to work, and in others it didn't. The DC39 has weight (16 pounds), hose size, and portability working in its favor and it helps that you can turn the power brush on and off.
Conclusion: The Dyson DC39 Animal is Dyson’s latest foray into the canister vacuum market. While the machine is still quite new, the data and comments to date indicate they may have a winner on their hands. It has very powerful suction, yet, due to acoustic dampening, manages to be relatively quiet. It is reportedly good on carpet and bare floors, and is also quite capable at pulling up pet hair.
Pros: Very powerful suction, Low profile nozzle easily gets under furniture, Very maneuverable and easy to move, Works well on pet hair, Retractable power cord, Fairly quiet, Compact, Not too heavy
Cons: Very powerful suction, Low profile nozzle easily gets under furniture, Very maneuverable and easy to move, Works well on pet hair, Retractable power cord, Fairly quiet, Compact, Not too heavy
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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Conclusion: Overall, I’m very satisfied with the Dyson DC39. With the latest Radial Cyclone™ and Dyson Ball™ technology, vacuuming can never be easier and more efficient than before.
Pros: Easy to maneuver, thanks to the new Dyson Ball™ technology, Great suction, Bagless, Easy to detach/attach tools for vacuuming different areas in your house, Love the crevice/brush tool for dusting my always-dusty-bedroom, Suction-release trigger to stop the suction temporarily, Can be used on hard-floors, Easy to store, Washable filter and easy to take out (no more lazy excuses!)
Cons: The Ball tends to get hot rather quickly, Emptying the canister can make the dust flies around your bin (unless if you have a big, tall bin)