Dyson has built some of the most innovative types of vacuums that have created ripples in the market. The Dyson ball technology made canisters more popular by providing them easy manoeuvrability. The ball design gained so much of fame that Dyson has been focusing on utilizing it in every way. Dyson has always focused on keeping things compact for ease of storage and mobility. With all this in mind Dyson put the ball on a compact canister vacuum and the results have been just perfect with the creation of the DC39 series. Let us compare the three models of the Dyson DC39 vacuums review series – DC39 MultiFloor, DC39 Origin, DC39 Animal – so that we have a better understanding of their features and what makes them stand out.
The Origin is well suited for homes without pets where you have more hardwood floors and low-pile carpets. It is not much of a success when it comes to high pile carpets. It excels on bare floors and users find this model to do well even in the crevices of the tiles where many vacuums fail to reach. At reasonable price, it is a good vac with strong suction for deep cleaning.
The Multi-floor’s triggerhead tool is the only turbine head which is controlled from the handle. This means you do not have to bend while switching the brush bar on and off. Its capability of deep cleaning all types of carpets and floors. Delicate rugs can be cleaned with the brush roll being off and you can switch it on for high pile carpets.
This is a great choice for those who have a combination of low and high pile carpets in their house or those who have end-to-end carpeting in their house.
Users who have furry animals in the house will love this vac. The addition of a tangle-free tool makes it perfect for picking up pet hair without having to clean the brush regularly. While the brush may not be completely free of pet hair. It is low maintenance when compared to other brushes that end up with loads of pet hair on them.
This tool is the main difference when compared to the Origin and the Multi Floor. Most of the other features of the vac remain the same.
You will find this to be the perfect vacuum if you have animals in the house and you end up with lots of pet hair on your upholstery and carpets.
For all the three models, we have noticed that the dirt cup is designed in a way. That some of the dirt may end up getting stuck. So make sure that you shake off the dirt really well. Emptying the dirt cup can be rather messy in all the three models but the DC39 Animal is messier because of all the pet hair that it may have caught in the cup. All the models have transparent dirt cups. So you can see how much of it is filled so that you can empty it in a timely manner.
The suction is really great in all the three which makes deep cleaning very easy. The multi-floor is the best when you have a combination of hardwood floor and carpets because of its ability to work on different floorings.
The ball design gives these models the ability to glide along easily without getting trapped in wiring and cords. The handle includes the switch which reduces the suction so that you can easily clean more delicate surfaces.
They also use the new Radial Root Cyclone technology. So that microscopic particles can be removes from the surfaces and the air. This makes sure that the air quality is better.
When compared with other vacuums in the market, these Dyson models have a steep price. But the technology and features they include make them a good investment.
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