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The Dyson Corporation has just unveiled two new vacuum cleaners, the Dyson Small Ball Animal and The Dyson Small Ball Multi-Floor.
There has been quite a big anticipation for these vacuum cleaners, but many people find themselves wondering if they are going to match up to the price tag.
While these models may be rather expensive (likely to come down in coming months), they really do have a lot to offer consumers. You will certainly be getting your money’s worth, when investing in either of these models.
If you are like most homeowners then you probably store your vacuum cleaner in the closet, which takes up a good portion of it. However, this is something you do not have to worry about with these new products.
The new small ball vacuum cleaners are designed to be 30% smaller than the Dyson DC40. This neat little feature is going to make these vacuums incredibly easy to store. You are going to have a lot of extra closet space.
You probably already know that many household vacuum cleaners are heavy, which makes them difficult to maneuver up and down the stairs.
Since the new vacuums only weigh in at 5 ½ kilograms, they are going to very portable.
This will be great for large homes with multiple sets of stairs and hard to reach areas.
It seems like noise is always an issue with household vacuum cleaners. However, these new models are designed to offer a 30% quieter operation than previously released upright vacuums. So if silence is a key selling point this could be the model to consider.
A lot of homes do not just contain carpet or hardwood and there is often a mixture of different flooring surfaces.
This means that most homeowners had to go out and purchase a variety of different vacuums just to clean their home.
Thanks to the new floor heads installed on the small vacuum cleaners this is something that you will not have to worry about. The floor head is designed to actually adapt to the type of flooring that it is trying to clean.
This will be an invaluable feature for those customers who have a variety of floor surfaces in their home.
It can be quite expensive to purchase replacement debris bags and this is not even to mention the switch out process, which can often be difficult. These models are actually bagless, so you will never have to worry about changing another bag. This is a feature that could even end up saving you quite a bit of money over time.
How They Are Different
While both of these vacuum cleaners are great, they have one feature that will set them apart from the competitor brand.
This extra feature is the tangle-free turbine tool, which allows the vacuum cleaner to pick up an abundance of pet hair, without the hairs becoming tangled around the brush head.
Pet hair can really bog down the brush head and cause it to work drastically harder. This will greatly reduce the lifespan of the vacuum cleaner.
However, if you purchase the Animal variant, you will never have to worry about this inconvenience or motor damage.
If the price is something that you are concerned about then just wait patiently and there will be some discounts available for both models. Look for online deals and coupons, as there are bound to pop up at any time.
Gemma Tyler is a freelance journalist with 15 years of experience writing for consumer publications. She has tested and reviewed a wide range of household items from vacuum cleaners to washing machines and dehumidifiers to steam irons. Her attention to detail and exhaustive testing certainly makes her an expert in her field.