Excerpt: The Dyson DC59 Motorhead excelled in our carpet test and was featured
Pros: Removed pet hair on carpet excellently in our tests, Very good at picking up debris on bare floors, Very light to carry up and down the stairs, Battery charges in just 3.5 hours, Washable filter, Dust cup empties from bottom for less mess while emptying
Cons: Have to hold power button constantly during operation, Consumer testers didn’t like air that blows from the side of the motor
Conclusion: Despite the very limited runtime, the Dyson is real pleasure to use: Cleaning is actually fun with the Motorhead. If the company could find a way to triple the battery life, the DC59 Motorhead would be a marvel. Change your habits a touch, however, and the issue goes away.
Pros: Lightweight and versatile, Powerful suction, Attractive, unique design
Cons: Short battery life, Lack of support, oversimplified manuals
Dyson DC59 Motorhead review: Full-sized vacuum power in a 5-pound cordless
18 June 2014
Excerpt: Dyson’s cordless vacuums are the perfect solution for many people, even if they don’t realize it. These vacuums have sufficient battery life to outlast your interest in cleaning, are versatile enough to use in all manner of scenarios, and are light enough to hold for the duration of the battery...
Summary: The Dyson DC59 has literally changed my life. I used to dread having to clean up after my family. Each meal meant food crumbs on the floor every time the dog ventures outside he’s sure to return with something we don’t want. Keeping a broom and dustpan in our pantry just wasn’t convenient.
Pros: 2 year warranty. Simply amazing. So powerful. Multiple attachments.
Conclusion: It’s hard not to fall in the love with the stalwart Dyson DC59 Animal. It feels good in the hand, it’s lightweight, and it’s easy to maneuver. And I even like the look of it. Perhaps its most impressive quality, however, is its power to clean.
Pros: Lightweight, Balanced design, Surprisingly powerful, Docking station for easy storage
Cons: Trigger can tire the finger, Dirt bin has low capacity, Boost battery mode very limited
Summary: While other brands claim that their products had corded power this is probably the closest one based on both written and video reviews I’ve found online. That though has one caveat – it will last only 26 minutes (less if you extensively use the floor tool) and 6 minutes on boost.
Pros: Runs 6 minutes longer than the DC44, Powerful motor that produces 100 air watts at boost mode which is really close to the power of corded vacuums, A slightly larger dirt bin compared to previous Dyson, Wide motorized floor tool, Light, very ergonomic, Has two floor attachments that will work on ...
Cons: Very expensive, Short run time on boost mode, Even though Dyson has made the dirt container larger, it is still small compared to other stick vacuums, Can’t stand on its own like other stick vacuums, Battery cannot be removed
Summary: This would be great for apartment or small home owners looking for a deep cleaning cordless vacuum on their carpet flooring. The brand new floor tool is bulkier and 75% more powerful than the Animal; combine this with the strong suction makes this a very good carpet cleaner despite being cordless.
Pros: Great suction, The bigger motorized brush has its own motor which means better deep cleaning action in deeper piled carpet, Lightweight, Only takes 3.5 hours to recharge, Max function doubles suction power but decreases run time (6 minutes), Easy to empty, Versatile – can be used as a handheld an...
Cons: Not for large homes (only has a 24 minute run time), Very expensive, as expensive as a Dyson Upright!, Noisy especially with max button turned on, Small dirt bin, Struggles with large debris like cheerios on hard surfaces, Large debris may clog the suction chamber
Excerpt: Let's face one of life's unavoidable chores...cleaning. More specifically, vacuuming. Yes that's right, the 'v' word. Unless you're someone that's extraordinarily wealthy or you have nothing but hardwood/tile flooring, you frequently vacuum like the rest of us.
Summary: Celebrated British engineer James Dyson takes technologies aimed at tasks we consider to be humdrum and makes them extraordinary. With the Dyson DC59 hand-held vacuum cleaner this tradition of engineering has effectively added turbo in the form of a digital motor that turns at a fascinating 11,000...
Excerpt: The words "Dyson" and "value" have probably never appeared in the same sentence. Dyson , after all, is the UK-based manufacturer on a seemingly unending quest to discover better, more expensive ways to move air. And the company's done it again with the DC59 hand vacuum .