Dyson DC39 Multi Floor Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner + 5 Year guarantee £179.99 @ Currys
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Dyson DC39 Multi Floor Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner + 5 Year guarantee £179.99 @ Currys

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Found 3rd Oct
Very good price plus 5 year guarantee - Currently aval for delivery & C&C

  • Bagless cleaning - easy to empty and no bags to buy
  • Easily manoeuvre around furniture with Ball™ technology
  • Radial Root Cyclone™ technology captures more dust
  • Hygienically empty the bin at the push of a button
  • HEPA filters remove allergens from the air in your home

Even the trickiest corners can be cleaned with ease using the Dyson DC39 Multifloor Cylinder Bagless Vacuum Cleaner.

No loss of suction


Specially engineered to remove more dust, the DC39 features Radial Root Cyclone technology which captures particles as small as pollen, mould, and bacteria, making it suitable for allergy sufferers.

As the DC39 is bagless, there are no bags to replace. The lifetime HEPA filter is washable, so there are no extra costs. At just the push of a button you can release the cyclone and empty dirt straight into the bin.

Ball technology


Clean around your home with greater manoeuvrability thanks to Dyson Ball technology, which allows the cleaner to turn on the spot. A central steering mechanism offers greater control, so you can effortlessly clean around furniture, obstacles and other difficult areas.

Suitable for all floors, including carpet, wood, laminate, and tiles, the DC39 features an adjustable floor tool for excellent dust and dirt removal throughout your home.

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17 Comments

I've got the DC54 I think which is a similar design but with some special nozzles so it doesn't need a dust filter and hence the filter doesn't need cleaning. Be warned, these are good vacuums but heavy and the dust container opens 'trap door style' which tends to send dust flying. The container's also quite small, I find myself having to empty it after every other room.

Had the earlier model (same compact design) of this. The suction was pathetic (and yes the filters were clean). Dunno if this model is any better.

Absolutely awful piece of equipment. Will not even suck up small bits of fluff. Drove me insane trying to use it. Just bought a Shark and that actually works. Avoid at all costs.

Heat for the price but people buy a vacuum to vacuum right?

Surely you would check how well it vacuums rather than going off the name?

Performance ratings are on the label, box, specs on vacuums.

Energy efficiency class A
Carpet cleaning performance class D
Hard floor cleaning performance class A
Dust re-emission class A

CampGareth7 h, 4 m ago

I've got the DC54 I think which is a similar design but with some special …I've got the DC54 I think which is a similar design but with some special nozzles so it doesn't need a dust filter and hence the filter doesn't need cleaning. Be warned, these are good vacuums but heavy and the dust container opens 'trap door style' which tends to send dust flying. The container's also quite small, I find myself having to empty it after every other room.



All of the Cinetic models like the DC54 are inherently faulty by design and not fit for purpose. Dyson lied about you not needing to change or clean any filters etc. Unfortunately, they also lied about you not needing a pre-motor filter. Your motor will fail. The dust below a certain size is going straight into your motor. Plenty about it online if you don't know about this. Your vacuum cleaner is complete garbage and not fit for purpose and you've been ripped off. I almost bought a top of the range Cinetic model before finding out about this flaw a few weeks ago. I ended up buying a V8 Absolute instead. Look it up - also plenty of videos about it on youtube. Dyson seriously should be sued... Only the Cinetic models have this problem...
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 3rd Oct

Never ever ever buy from currys. Their customer services is beyond belief. Absolutely horrendous.

A.O.COM are price matching and until 2200 tonight will also knock 10% off as there got a promotion on floor cleaning products. Next day delivery will be included.

Master_Yoda4 h, 7 m ago

All of the Cinetic models like the DC54 are inherently faulty by design …All of the Cinetic models like the DC54 are inherently faulty by design and not fit for purpose. Dyson lied about you not needing to change or clean any filters etc. Unfortunately, they also lied about you not needing a pre-motor filter. Your motor will fail. The dust below a certain size is going straight into your motor. Plenty about it online if you don't know about this. Your vacuum cleaner is complete garbage and not fit for purpose and you've been ripped off. I almost bought a top of the range Cinetic model before finding out about this flaw a few weeks ago. I ended up buying a V8 Absolute instead. Look it up - also plenty of videos about it on youtube. Dyson seriously should be sued... Only the Cinetic models have this problem...


Well, bit late to return it so I guess I just ride out the warranty. It looks like there's some super-fine dust around that ends up going straight through the nozzles and clogging the motor along with the post-motor filter, leading to death of the motor. Shame that, I'd really like a vacuum cleaner I don't have to think about. Got a robot vacuum coming that should be just that.

Master_Yoda6 h, 29 m ago

All of the Cinetic models like the DC54 are inherently faulty by design …All of the Cinetic models like the DC54 are inherently faulty by design and not fit for purpose. Dyson lied about you not needing to change or clean any filters etc. Unfortunately, they also lied about you not needing a pre-motor filter. Your motor will fail. The dust below a certain size is going straight into your motor. Plenty about it online if you don't know about this. Your vacuum cleaner is complete garbage and not fit for purpose and you've been ripped off. I almost bought a top of the range Cinetic model before finding out about this flaw a few weeks ago. I ended up buying a V8 Absolute instead. Look it up - also plenty of videos about it on youtube. Dyson seriously should be sued... Only the Cinetic models have this problem...

My DC75 has been fine since launch (about 2 and a half years). Post motor filter is fine and as white as a sheet.

Dyson's will run into problems when people overfill them past the 'max' line (which is unfortunately quite low) or vacuum up stuff like plaster if they've been having any building work done.

Providing you don't do any of the above, you should be okay.

dannyjones1061 h, 13 m ago

My DC75 has been fine since launch (about 2 and a half years). Post motor …My DC75 has been fine since launch (about 2 and a half years). Post motor filter is fine and as white as a sheet.Dyson's will run into problems when people overfill them past the 'max' line (which is unfortunately quite low) or vacuum up stuff like plaster if they've been having any building work done. Providing you don't do any of the above, you should be okay.



It's a fact that the Cinetic models have a design fault. These machines need a pre-motor filter exactly like all the other Dysons but Dyson didn't fit one. The nozzles that are meant to get rid of the dust and prevent it going in the motor don't work on small particles of dust. As a result, the filters all need regular cleaning / maintenance. Lots of owners online have found their post motor filters have been totally clogged, black and wrecked, so have no idea why yours isn't. Also lots of motors have been dying out due to dust going straight in them. Dyson are fully aware the tech doesn't work, and apparently their newer models will be going back to having pre-motor filters as they realise this was a big mistake etc.

The Cinetic models have been taking a hammering on reviews like none of the others in the Dyson range. There's a reason why these are being returned in such huge numbers. I was offered a new top spec one at about a quarter of the normal retail price and chose not to take it because of these known issues. They have a lot of other problems too.

If I had to choose between a DC39 and a DC75, I would seriously choose the DC39. I have no issues having to clean or replace filters. I have a serious issue however with there being no pre-motor filter at all - it's absolute madness. The fact that they even chose to put post-motor filters shows that they knew full well at the design stage that there would be dust going into the motor... To then state on the box that there are no filters anywhere to clean or replace is astonishing lies and marketing by Dyson.

Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 4th Oct

Master_Yoda22 m ago

It's a fact that the Cinetic models have a design fault. These machines …It's a fact that the Cinetic models have a design fault. These machines need a pre-motor filter exactly like all the other Dysons but Dyson didn't fit one. The nozzles that are meant to get rid of the dust and prevent it going in the motor don't work on small particles of dust. As a result, the filters all need regular cleaning / maintenance. Lots of owners online have found their post motor filters have been totally clogged, black and wrecked, so have no idea why yours isn't. Also lots of motors have been dying out due to dust going straight in them. Dyson are fully aware the tech doesn't work, and apparently their newer models will be going back to having pre-motor filters as they realise this was a big mistake etc.The Cinetic models have been taking a hammering on reviews like none of the others in the Dyson range. I was offered a new top spec one at about a quarter of the normal retail price and chose not to take it because of these known issues. They have a lot of other problems too.If I had to choose between a DC39 and a DC75, I would seriously choose the DC39.

Just had a quick look on Google reviews: 4.3/5 (over 1200 reviews) and approx 4/5 stars on John Lewis (over 900 reviews) for the DC75. Not checked the cylinder models.

What are you basing this 'fact' on that the cinetic has an inherent design flaw? Im not saying you're wrong - I would genuinely like to see impartial, irrefutable evidence of this (not the Australian fella on YouTube who's wearing a Miele t-shirt and showing the motor facing side of the filter which will always have dirt from the carbon brushes on it).

Given the R&D Dyson have put into these machines, I seriously doubt that they'd scrap the design. The cinetic cyclones can separate particles down to about 0.5 microns which is about 100th the width of a human hair (the Australian fella says 5 microns on his YouTube video which is incorrect).

Having taken apart and looked at more 'faulty' Dyson's than the average person would in a lifetime, I would say that 99.9% of problems have always been down to some kind of user misuse / lack of maintenance.

And I would never by a dc39 over a 75 as I cannot get on with cylinder vacs.

dannyjones1067 m ago

Just had a quick look on Google reviews: 4.3/5 (over 1200 reviews) and …Just had a quick look on Google reviews: 4.3/5 (over 1200 reviews) and approx 4/5 stars on John Lewis (over 900 reviews) for the DC75. Not checked the cylinder models.What are you basing this 'fact' on that the cinetic has an inherent design flaw? Im not saying you're wrong - I would genuinely like to see impartial, irrefutable evidence of this (not the Australian fella on YouTube who's wearing a Miele t-shirt and showing the motor facing side of the filter which will always have dirt from the carbon brushes on it).Given the R&D Dyson have put into these machines, I seriously doubt that they'd scrap the design. The cinetic cyclones can separate particles down to about 0.5 microns which is about 100th the width of a human hair (the Australian fella says 5 microns on his YouTube video which is incorrect).Having taken apart and looked at more 'faulty' Dyson's than the average person would in a lifetime, I would say that 99.9% of problems have always been down to some kind of user misuse / lack of maintenance.And I would never by a dc39 over a 75 as I cannot get on with cylinder vacs.



Don't really want to take this thread off topic, as this is for the DC39 and I would happily buy a DC39. Just had a look on Amazon: 28.4% of people who bought the DC75 gave it 1 star or less lol. Many of them even stated in their reviews if they could give it zero stars they would have.

Master_Yoda19 m ago

Don't really want to take this thread off topic, as this is for the DC39 …Don't really want to take this thread off topic, as this is for the DC39 and I would happily buy a DC39. Just had a look on Amazon: 28.4% of people who bought the DC75 gave it 1 star or less lol. Many of them even stated in their reviews if they could give it zero stars they would have.

Do any of those reviewers state that the motor has blown? I couldn't see a single one.

And a much higher percentage of those reviewers rated it 4 or 5 stars.

Many of the one star reviews (13/19) aren't verified purchases. Most people are moaning about the weight so clearly they've bought the wrong machine for themselves. Although having used a Kirby back in the day, I very rarely find anything else heavy!

If you can provide a decent, credible link to say that the DC54/75's have an inherent fault, im all ears.

dannyjones1065 m ago

Do any of those reviewers state that the motor has blown? I couldn't see a …Do any of those reviewers state that the motor has blown? I couldn't see a single one.And a much higher percentage of those reviewers rated it 4 or 5 stars.Many of the one star reviews (13/19) aren't verified purchases. Most people are moaning about the weight so clearly they've bought the wrong machine for themselves. Although having used a Kirby back in the day, I very rarely find anything else heavy!If you can provide a decent, credible link to say that the DC54/75's have an inherent fault, im all ears.



It's ok - I get that you paid a lot of money for your DC75 and can't turn back the clock. Enjoy it and just use it until it dies. If you get any issues, just sue Dyson for lying to you.

Master_Yoda5 m ago

It's ok - I get that you paid a lot of money for your DC75 and can't turn …It's ok - I get that you paid a lot of money for your DC75 and can't turn back the clock. Enjoy it and just use it until it dies. If you get any issues, just sue Dyson for lying to you.

Actually, I paid nothing for it - it was the last free one they gave me before I was laid off by the b*stards.

Master_Yoda1 h, 5 m ago

It's a fact that the Cinetic models have a design fault. These machines …It's a fact that the Cinetic models have a design fault. These machines need a pre-motor filter exactly like all the other Dysons but Dyson didn't fit one. The nozzles that are meant to get rid of the dust and prevent it going in the motor don't work on small particles of dust. As a result, the filters all need regular cleaning / maintenance. Lots of owners online have found their post motor filters have been totally clogged, black and wrecked, so have no idea why yours isn't. Also lots of motors have been dying out due to dust going straight in them. Dyson are fully aware the tech doesn't work, and apparently their newer models will be going back to having pre-motor filters as they realise this was a big mistake etc.The Cinetic models have been taking a hammering on reviews like none of the others in the Dyson range. There's a reason why these are being returned in such huge numbers. I was offered a new top spec one at about a quarter of the normal retail price and chose not to take it because of these known issues. They have a lot of other problems too.If I had to choose between a DC39 and a DC75, I would seriously choose the DC39. I have no issues having to clean or replace filters. I have a serious issue however with there being no pre-motor filter at all - it's absolute madness. The fact that they even chose to put post-motor filters shows that they knew full well at the design stage that there would be dust going into the motor... To then state on the box that there are no filters anywhere to clean or replace is astonishing lies and marketing by Dyson.[Video] [Video]

Just regarding your comment: 'The fact that they even chose to put post-motor filters shows that they knew full well at the design stage that there would be dust going into the motor'.

You do know what the purpose of a 'post' motor filter is, don't you?

Master_Yoda11 h, 17 m ago

It's a fact that the Cinetic models have a design fault. These machines …It's a fact that the Cinetic models have a design fault. These machines need a pre-motor filter exactly like all the other Dysons but Dyson didn't fit one. The nozzles that are meant to get rid of the dust and prevent it going in the motor don't work on small particles of dust. As a result, the filters all need regular cleaning / maintenance. Lots of owners online have found their post motor filters have been totally clogged, black and wrecked, so have no idea why yours isn't. Also lots of motors have been dying out due to dust going straight in them. Dyson are fully aware the tech doesn't work, and apparently their newer models will be going back to having pre-motor filters as they realise this was a big mistake etc.The Cinetic models have been taking a hammering on reviews like none of the others in the Dyson range. There's a reason why these are being returned in such huge numbers. I was offered a new top spec one at about a quarter of the normal retail price and chose not to take it because of these known issues. They have a lot of other problems too.If I had to choose between a DC39 and a DC75, I would seriously choose the DC39. I have no issues having to clean or replace filters. I have a serious issue however with there being no pre-motor filter at all - it's absolute madness. The fact that they even chose to put post-motor filters shows that they knew full well at the design stage that there would be dust going into the motor... To then state on the box that there are no filters anywhere to clean or replace is astonishing lies and marketing by Dyson.[Video] [Video]


You've struck upon a pet peeve here. You may have seen lots of reviews but if you don't link to them you could have just imagined them and pulled what seems like a fact to you out of thin air. Facts are opinions if they're not backed up by something.

What googling I did threw up things like this teardown of one that had ingested plaster dust (which it says not to in the manual because that kills vacuum cleaners). No burnouts from general household usage.
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