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Dyson DC23 Motorhead - Dyson Stowaway Easy Storage Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner - £286.07 delivered @ Amazon
Dyson DC23 Motorhead - Dyson Stowaway Easy Storage Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner - £286.07 delivered @ Amazon

Dyson DC23 Motorhead - Dyson Stowaway Easy Storage Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner - £286.07 delivered @ Amazon

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Product Features
Motorised brush Head - Powerful bristles remove dirt and pet hair from carpets
Hard Floor Tool - Improve pick-up on hardfloors
Foot Control - Operate brush control without bending down
On-board tool storage
Flexible Steering - the cleaner head glides around obstacles and into tight spaces

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I am a Dyson fan, but this is a monumentally expensive "compromise" machine - a cylinder type (best for hard floors) with a powered head so it will clean carpets better, as cylinders are hopeless with carpets.
I suppose it might suit someone with 50/50 carpets/hardfloors, but you don't half pay for the privilege!

An upright model for carpets will be about 100 quid cheaper, and with Dysons, easy access to the hose for other cleaning is no hardship.

If you want a motor head cleaner you could get the best hoover ever made, the Henry. But get the model Henry Hound for about £170 to £190. The Hound has a motor head (Hound = cleaner for animal hair).

I've had Dysons before, which latest about 3years max. and clogged up all the time. The Henry is now over 10 years old and has not let me down once on hard floor and carpet mix.

However, the Henry looks old fashioned and has no appeal to an Ipod person. Their loss, i'd say.

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If you want a motor head cleaner you could get the best hoover ever made, … If you want a motor head cleaner you could get the best hoover ever made, the Henry. But get the model Henry Hound for about £170 to £190. The Hound has a motor head (Hound = cleaner for animal hair). I've had Dysons before, which latest about 3years max. and clogged up all the time. The Henry is now over 10 years old and has not let me down once on hard floor and carpet mix.However, the Henry looks old fashioned and has no appeal to an Ipod person. Their loss, i'd say.



Every office I have ever worked in has had a Henry :-(

Needless to say I don't!

Sorry but an overpriced gimic


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Unlucky

Anything past DC07 is pretty much a waste of space, DC14 not bad no 'real' improvement any thing after that is pretty much a poorly built, poor materials and a rehash of old nothign new.

CR01 & CR02 - Epic Fail
DC16, DC30, DC31 - Fail
Airblade - Fail
New bladeless fan coming out which ive used is another Epic Fail so bloodly loud at the base where the air intake intake is.

Dyson very much a marketing bonanza making blinkered purchases, more people turn away from Dysons once they had one knowing what they are like.

Miele or Sebo absolutely destory a Dyson in build quality and performance and this is where you pay for quality. Dyson your paying the for massive marketing budget and gimicy technology.

I would love to sell more Miele and Sebo's but people by Dyson and I get a hell of a lot more problems with Dysons then a Miele or Sebo probably 100/1 tbh.

Henry's are awesome vacuums proper workhorse vacuum, I sell more Henrys then all the Dysons put together people trust them and its a simple reason, they are better than Dysons.

people will always agree to disagree.

I was given the new Dyson DC26 for free. Compared to other Dysons its great, very light and powerfu with great, innovative features. Not for people with a 25 foot lounge/diner but for a small town house, flat or apartment I think its a great product. As with all Dysons, best to shop around and unless you need it immediately wait for the sales or for John Lewis to do a price match.
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