Dyson DC41 Animal Limited Edition £289.99 with code @ Dyson
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Dyson DC41 Animal Limited Edition £289.99 with code @ Dyson

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Found 3rd Jan 2014
Dyson DC41 Animal Limited Edition reduced on the website from 409.99 to 309.99 but use code SALE14 takes it to 289.99 and if you go through quidco you get another 2.5% off and you get free delivery in 3-5 working days.

Possible 2.52% Topcashback TBC
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Free delivery within 3-5 working days with City Link or Parcelforce.
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9 Comments

I got DC50 animal (2013 model) for £239.99 using same code.

Original Poster

That's a good deal for the DC50 but it was the difference in the spec that made me go with the DC41

I've been researching DC41 vs DC50 for past few months and decided to go for DC50. Other than the bin size which is double on DC41, spec-wise DC50 wins.

1. DC41 Animal is fitted with the old pet hair tool (mini turbine head), where as the DC50 is fitted with the new pet hair tool (tangle free turbine head). If you look at DC41 reviews, you see many people complaining about pet hair tangling on the tool brushes and Dyson redesigned the whole thing on DC50.
2. DC50 has advanced cleaner head - The brush bar has a mixture of stiff nylon bristles and carbon fiber filaments. On carpets, the nylon bristles remove ground-in dirt, and on hard floors the ultra-fine carbon fiber filaments remove fine dust.
3. DC50 has 2 Tier Radial cyclones means more suction - The 19 cyclones in total work in parallel across two tiers to generate high centrifugal forces - for those who love their specs - more microscopic particles as small as 0.5 microns are captured from the airflow.

I think DC41 is priced more for the size and reachability as they are meant to be for large houses (longer hose and bigger bin size) but technical specs on DC50 is far superior to DC41.

Original Poster

The DC41 comes with tangle free turbine head, just checked with Dyson as this is one of the reasons we choose a Dyson.

hey guys, I'm torn between the 2.
Did you both get them? If so I had a couple of questions that others might have too.

In terms of suction the DC41 is actually more powerful still according to the sites spec's. But the DC50 is the new 3rd gen.

@geek1981 - The DC50 has a small bin, does this fill up overly quickly? I have a labrador thats moulting a lot at the moment whic makes me think about it more.
Also with it being the small one how far does the hose reach? My old DC07 goes all the way upstairs.
Finally, do you this the new brush head makes much difference?

@avalance - The DC41 is £50 more, was it the capacity that made you pick it?

I just spoke to Dyson to ask their opinion on the hose and she advised it would only go about halfway, but its a very light cleaner to move.

She also said because I already have a Dyson I can get some loyalty discount.

She recommended the DC41 to me and said they can do it for £309.99 but throw in 3 extra tools (one was the up-top tool, stubborn dirt and soft brushing)

I checked on others too and the DC50 & DC25 are £279.99 with the extra tools.

Could be another option if the extra tools were of use to people.

Bad experience with DC50 and returned today - Faulty motor brush which stops after 5 seconds on deep pile carpet (works fine on normal one though) , also the bristles on the brush are too small so no good if you have deep pile carpet. I'm thinking to try Miele S7510 , It's on offer at the moment for £250. I saw lot of people switched from Dyson to Miele recently as dyson's losing their reputation for build quality.

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Edited by: "geek1981" 10th Jan 2014

Original Poster

I have been using my Dyson for a week now and have no complaints. Yes itsmewoody the capacity was a factor plus a couple of other little things. Good luck with yours

Original Poster

I agree with geek1981 that the build quality is not as good as my old dyson just doesn't feel as strudy as my old one that is my only negative.
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