Dyson City DC26 Multi floor Canister Vacuum Cleaner


Dyson City DC26 Multi floor Canister Vacuum Cleaner

  • Features: Pet Hair Pick-Up
  • Recommended Surface Application: Multi-Surface
  • Cleaning Path Width: 5.1 “
  • Power Source: Battery-Powered
  • Dimensions: 6.5 ” H x 5.1 ” W x 3.2 ” D
  • Weight: 0.89 Lb.
  • Warranty Description: 1 Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty

This canister vacuum works like a full-size Dyson vacuum, but is a fraction of the size. The DC26 Multi floor is suitable for most floor types carpet, tile, vinyl or wood. The centralized motor is positioned to remove drag weight, and as with all Dyson vacuums, the DC26 has no bag, and no loss of suction.

List Price: $ 399.99

Price: $ 399.99


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  1. 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome Vacuum For Small Homes!, January 21, 2011
    Bargain Lover “Mike S.” (San Diego, CA) –

    This review is from: Dyson City DC26 Multi floor Canister Vacuum Cleaner (Kitchen)

    I read the previous review and decided to purchase this vacuum anyway. Before purchasing I looked at practically every vacuum on the market and if I lived in a slightly bigger home, I probably would purchase a Miele or bigger Dyson instead. As it is, I live in a VERY small condo that has practically no storage space and this has turned out to be THE ideal vacuum for me! I have hardwood floors, tile and carpet in my home so I LOVE the fact that I can use this machine on all three! My place is so small that I had been using a hand-held Dirt Devil vacuum for my carpet and a Swiffer for the hardwood floors and tile. I really wanted to get a canister vacuum to get under my couch, furniture, etc. but I needed to also have something that would be reasonably small to store. This vacuum has been perfect!
    It is true that the vacuum does NOT leave “waves” on your carpet when you vacuum, but that is not a deal breaker for me. The vacuum is also rather expensive for what you get, but again, there is nothing else on the market that is this small and this powerful! One thing I would add is that once it is assembled, it is a bit bigger than you might expect because of the hose. I had to wrap the hose around the “stick” part to store it in the available space I have, but it fits perfectly!
    As far as actual cleaning, it works great! I find it to be much quieter than the vacuum it replaced and it has TONS of suction. The exhaust is so strong that it slowly spun my ceiling fans around as I cleaned. Impressive power, indeed!
    If you live in a very small home/space/condo, then I would say look no further! This is exactly what you want to buy! If you have a lot of space you may want something more powerful and/or cheaper. However, I’m very impressed by the performance and I LOVE the small size…nothing bigger would fit in my home!

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  2. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect for hard wood floors; so-so for carpets, March 8, 2011
    J. Morris (Austin, TX United States) –

    This review is from: Dyson City DC26 Multi floor Canister Vacuum Cleaner (Kitchen)

    My house has mostly hardwood floors, and I’ve been looking for the optimal vacuum for a long time. I’ve tried various cordless and corded vacuums but haven’t been satisfied. The problem is that most vacuums have a rotating brush. The brush, when on, rotates very rapidly and causes undue wear on the wood finish, dulling the floor after a few months. I imagine this would not be a problem with really hard floors like tile/stone. Some vacs allow the brush to be turned off, but then the cleaning is not as effective since the nozzle was designed to be used with the rotating brush.

    This leads me to what I love about the DC26, besides its small size and weight: the included “articulating hard floor” attachment. It’s much wider than the standard head, and looks wider than most uprights. This attachment also has two pivot points on different axes, making it very easy to get in narrow spots and under furniture. Other canister vacuums’ hard floor heads seem to have only one pivot point and thus probably are not maneuverable. I know my older canister isn’t as easy to use.

    The downside of this vacuum is that it does not clean deep carpets very well because the rotating brush on the standard head is not adjustable and does not extend very far below the bezel. Since the rotating brush is powered by the air flow instead of electrically, I suppose a deeply extending brush might stall and affect the suction. I’ll admit my older, much cheaper upright did a better job. On the other hand, I can easily see “waves” in my carpet, despite what the other reviewer said.

    One final note, which is expected given the small size and weight of this vacuum: the dust bin is VERY small. Thankfully, it’s easy to empty, but expect to empty it often if you haven’t kept up with cleaning.

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