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Dyson Vacuums Reviews

Updated: May 26, 2017 10:19
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#26
alaScore 87

Dyson DC51 (Multi Floor)

I heard a lot of really amazing things about Dyson, however, growing up we always had Electrolux. I remember how bulky and loud the electrolux's were. If the bag got to full or the hose got blocked, it turned into a dusty event that involved reversing...

271 user reviews

#27
alaScore 87

Dyson DC50 (Animal, Multi Floor)

The Dyson DC50 Animal is the latest upright in the Dyson stable. Consumer ratings are quite good to date, but bear in mind the vacuum has only been on the market in the US for a few short months (at the time of this writing). The DC50 is compact...

4 expert reviews | 3196 user reviews

#29
alaScore 87

Dyson DC54 (Animal, Multi Floor)

We've cleaned the house, filled the bin, and then tried to pick up more dirt and the DC54 has worked fine. We haven't had weeks and months to test this, but we can see in practice the new Cinetic tech will work.

4 expert reviews | 728 user reviews

#30
alaScore 87

Dyson DC35 (Animal, Multi Floor, Full Kit)

Dyson's stick is fancy, powerful and easy to wield. But it sure ain't cheap.

13 expert reviews | 4848 user reviews

#31
alaScore 86

Dyson DC46 (Allergy Parquet)

Easy to move , does a good job , pleased it comes up to my expectation from adverts on tv

2 expert reviews | 22 user reviews

#32
alaScore 86

Dyson DC34 (Animal pro, Car + Boat)

When the Dyson DC34 was first released consumers were not that impressed and ratings were not particularly good. However over the past several years ratings have continued to climb, perhaps as consumers have gotten used to the futuristic design and...

4 expert reviews | 3873 user reviews

#33
alaScore 86

Dyson DC49 Multi Floor

If you live in a small, one-bedroom flat and need a vacuum cleaner that doesn't wipe out an entire cupboard, then this will certainly do the trick, however that hose is still the bugbear here and something that in our minds Dyson needs to concentrate...

3 expert reviews | 134 user reviews

#34
alaScore 85

Dyson DC42 (Allergy)

We decided on this vacuum after great frustration with the performance of the last 3 vacuums we had purchased in recent years. We bought it at Lowes, and we happened to get it at nearly half price as it was a discontinued model. All I can say is,...

333 user reviews

#35
alaScore 85

Dyson Tangle Free Turbine

I've been looking for a vac attachment for a long time that will handle cat hair on my furniture and comforter & this one does it. I have four cats! It does not loose suction, it's too bad it doesn't fit the cordless models but I'm just glad to have...

61 user reviews

#36
alaScore 85

Dyson DC29 (All floors, Allergy, Animal pro, Home & Car, Origin, Origin Plus)

We love this vacuum! We had central vacuums before and found that the suction was awful. We were so excited to open our Dyson box to use. All the parts were in it and are so easy to use. We moved everything around and vacuumed for the next hour just...

5 expert reviews | 3482 user reviews

#37
alaScore 84

Dyson DC31 (Animal, Animal pro, Car and Boat)

Dyson's vacs are the suckiest bunch of sucks that ever did suck. And we mean that in a good way. Meet the debris-gobbling DC31 wonder...

11 expert reviews | 592 user reviews

#38
alaScore 84

Dyson DC28 (Animal)

For pet owners, the Animal is man's second-best friend. This sucker picked up an astonishing amount of fur from rugs that looked fairly clean at...

6 expert reviews | 1287 user reviews

#39
alaScore 84

Dyson DC24 (Multi Floor, Animal, Blueprint Limited Edition)

We've all seen Dyson ads on TV. You know, the ones that make it look like these cleverly designed cleaning machines are the greatest inventions...

17 expert reviews | 2830 user reviews

#40
alaScore 84

Dyson DC22 (Allergy, Animal pro, Motorhead, Turbinehead)

Whether you opt for a cylinder or upright comes down to personal preference, however for us we prefer the miniature upright from Dyson in this case. Without the turbine head (an additional £40) the suck doesn't compete, and we found the wand itself...

11 expert reviews | 328 user reviews

#41
alaScore 84

Dyson DC33 (Multi Floor, Multi Floor Plus)

This machine seems to have all the key vacuum cleaner features as well as very strong suction. It is also not as expensive as some of the other Dyson uprights, however many consumers love this machine or hate it . It does not get the very consistent...

4 expert reviews | 1884 user reviews

#42
alaScore 84

Dyson DC26 (Allergy, Carbon Fibre, City, Multi Floor)

The Dyson City DC26 vacuum is a powerful but compact cylinder designed for small spaces. City dwellers form over 90% of the UK's population . And in England, 2.3 million homes are smaller than 50m². With space at a premium, there's no room for bulky...

18 expert reviews | 636 user reviews

#44
alaScore 83

Dyson DC23 (Origin, Allergy, Complete, Pink, Animal pro, Motorhead)

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...

13 expert reviews | 2247 user reviews

#45
alaScore 83

Dyson DC47 (Animal, Blue Exclusive)

With virtually no change aside from the inclusion of two rows of cyclones rather than one, there is very little difference between the DC38 and the DC47 apart from improved sucking performance. It's certainly not the leaps and bounds of an evolution...

2 expert reviews | 256 user reviews

#46
alaScore 82

Dyson DC19T2 (Multi Floor, Origin, Blitz it, Complete, Home)

Great item, have 2 small kids so forever have the hoover out but this takes 2 mins, bit heavier than my old dyson but can cope with that.

615 user reviews

#48
alaScore 81

Dyson DC30

Don't bother with cheaper hand-held vacs, this one actually works. Owners of house rabbits might like to know that this machine picks up hay.

3 expert reviews | 387 user reviews

#49
alaScore 81

Dyson DC38

If you are restricted in storage space then the option of a cylinder cleaner might be the way to go. But be warned, while the actually cleaning unit is small, by the time you add the hose, handle and head it can soon become quite large. Dyson have...

1 expert reviews | 72 user reviews

#50
alaScore 81

Dyson DC32 (Allergy, Parquet, Plus, Animal pro, Origin)

This vacuum cleaner comes with a Hepa filter which ensures the good health of family members particularly those prone to being sick because of air dust. There are 5 levels of filtration to choose from. The motor power of this vacuum cleaner is an...

3 expert reviews | 1186 user reviews

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