New Dirt Devil Gator 10.8V Cordless Hand Vacuum Easy Open Dirt Up Bagless Built In Crevice Tool
- Gator 10.8V Cordless Hand Vac.
- Return Period (Days):?30. Manufacturer Warranty: 2 YEAR.
- Manufacturer is Dirt Devil.
- Easy open dirt up,bagless.
- Built in crevice tool.
Gator 10.8V Cordless Hand Vac. Return Period (Days):?30. Manufacturer Warranty: 2 YEAR. Manufacturer is Dirt Devil. Easy open dirt up,bagless, built in crevice tool.
List Price: $ 79.98
Price: $ 44.99
Dyson DC21 Stowaway Canister Vacuum
- Canister vacuum cleaner provides constant suction power
- 220 airwatts; hard-floor tool; extends for stair and high-reach cleaning
- On/off brushbar; lifetime HEPA filter; clean air exhaust
- 16-2/5-foot cord; 4/9-gallon bin; compact storage
- Measures 17-2/3 by 11 by 13-4/5 inches; 5-year warranty
For most people the act of housecleaning isn’t an automatic (or positive) behavior. It is, nonetheless, necessary. So you want it to be as efficient and as easy as possible. Say hello to the Dyson DC21 Stowaway Bagless CanisterVacuum Cleaner. It may even change the way you feel about cleaning your home.
Using its patented Root Cyclone Technology the Dyson DC21 actually separates dirt from air. Because it doesn’t rely on bags or conventional filters, the end result is remarkable suction that thoroughly cleans nearly any carpet and surface in your home, and significantly reduces the amount of bacteria and mould you breathe. The wide 12.5 inch cleaning path picks up more dirt and dust, and a large debris channel allows larger pieces to be filtered in the canister. A versatile brush control function can be adjusted to protect delicate carpeting or thoroughly cleans hardwood and vinyl flooring, and the 12 foot hose with several handy attachments makes it easy to vacuum harder-to-reach
List Price: $ 449.99
Price: $ 449.99
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This vacuum really sucks–literally!,
I have to admit I was skeptical at first because of the lukewarm “professional” reviews of Dyson in general, but now I’m a true convert. I LOVE this vacuum (coming from someone that HATES housecleaning).
–Canister style vacuum-great for those of us with back problems that can’t push around a heavy upright for long.
–Suction power-WONDERFUL suction on this thing.
–Power brushes-stiff bristles “refresh” the carpet and can easily be turned off by foot controls (no bending down).
–Maneuverability-this has a ball style joint that makes it extremely maneuverable.
–Compact storage-it wraps around itself and is light enough to easily pick up and carry.
–No filters or belts to replace-just clean the built-in filter every 6 months with tap water.
–Quiet!-this is the quietest vacuum I’ve ever used.
–Retractable cord-guess this is standard on most canisters, but as a former upright user this is a nice feature to me.
–Low profile vacuum head-makes it easier to get under the couches, beds, etc.
–No bags to buy…ever!
–5 Year Warranty
–No headlight-funny I didn’t realize how dark some of my corners are.
–Using attachments is a little awkward because of the larger, inflexible handle, but I imagine I’ll get used to it.
–Short power cord-could definitely use a few more feet, but I suspect this was as long as they could fit into the compact unit.
–Power brushes-just a warning here, they’re not for delicate carpets. They’re rather stiff compared to most and I imagine could do some damage to older/thinner rugs.
–Small collection bin-available volume seems small due to the compact design, but it’s EASY to empty, so not really a big problem.
–Price-it’s not cheap, but I did find a 20% off coupon on-line for another store so saved $100.
There are enough cons that I can’t give this vacuum 5 stars, but none of them are serious enough in my opinion to be major detractors. I’m definitely happy with my purchase.
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A very powerful vacuum cleaner – but it’s expensive,
I recently purchased the Dyson DC21 canister vacuum cleaner, and at first I was a little apprehensive of purchasing it (mainly due to the very high price of the item of $499), but after using the vacuum my apprehensions are now alleviated. This vacuum can suck the dirt and dust out of a carpet as if it was powered by the gravitational force of a black hole, yet it doesn’t require significant force by the user to utilize the vacuum. I couldn’t believe how much dirt and dust this vacuum removed from a “recently cleaned” carpet in a new house we moved into, it was as if the carpet was never really cleaned before.
Also, the product lives up to it claim of cleaning the air while you vacuum, as I’d always have allergic reactions after using my old Dirt Devil upright vacuum. Also, I would have thought the vacuum for as powerful as it advertised it was going to be, it was going to be as loud as a jet engine; however, it was much less noisy than my old Dirt Devil upright (which you could hear clearly outside of the house whenever it was used). Overall, the Dyson DC21 is a very good vacuum cleaner but it’s not inexpensive; however, just like the old saying goes, you’ll get exactly what you pay for.
*** update 6/29/07
After using this vacuum now for a couple of months here’s what I like, and dislike about it.
1. Very powerful vacuum (I’m sure that there may be other vacuum’s more powerful, but I haven’t seen them yet – but the selling point is suction of dirt, not raw power of the motor).
2. The dust canister is very easy to empty and clean
3. The HEPA filter is very easy to clean, and the vacuum filters out all of its discharged air.
4. Long warranty – Five years.
5. Not as loud as some vacuums that I’ve used in the past.
1. The price – prohibitively expensive for most people’s budget. This is definitely a pricing decision you’d want to consult with your spouse before you run out and buy it.
2. Tendency to pull carpet fibers due to its suction power. Doesn’t happen a lot, but enough to make you wonder about the quality of the carpet your vacuuming.
3. Owner’s manual is like reading an assembly manual for a desk from IKEA – plenty of pictures, but very few words.
4. A little bulky for most closets where you might store the vacuum.
5. The power cord isn’t very long. Good for small rooms, but a real hassle if you plan to clean the entire house. Invest in an extension cable.
6. The flex hose can get into a kink somewhat easily if vacuuming around tight corners and kill any suction needed to do the job.
I’m sure that there’s more nit-picks I could mention, but this is more than enough.
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