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Dyson DC23 TurbineHead Canister Vacuum

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  • Compact canister vacuum with Level 3 Root Cyclone technology ensures powerful, consistent suction
  • Air-driven TurbineHead brush bar is ideal for cleaning medium and short pile carpets and can be turned off for hard floors.
  • Lifetime HEPA filter with Bactisafe screen that traps and kills bacteria, mold and allergens on contact
  • Telescopic Wrap System allows the hose and wand to be compressed
  • Measures 13.9 x 19.3 x 11.9 inches (HxWxD); 5-year warranty
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 25 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 26.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B002NVRPM0
  • Item model number: 18299-01
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (209 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #158,709 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Delivering 220 airwatts of suction power, this canister vacuum cleaner features advanced Level 3 Root Cyclone technology to ensure thorough, efficient cleaning with no clogging or loss of suction. It also offers a TurbineHead brush bar that's ideal for cleaning medium and short pile carpets and can be turned off for hard floors. Certified asthma and allergy friendly by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, the unit expels air that contains up to 150 times less mold and bacteria than common breathing air thanks to the vacuum's money-saving, lifetime washable HEPA filter. Plus, Dyson's Bactisafe screen traps and kills bacteria, mold and allergens on contact, preventing them from re-entering the air.

The Telescopic Wrap System allows the hose and wand to be compressed, and ensures that the Dyson DC23 can be stored away neatly and compactly, with no loose components or wires to get tangled. It comes with a stair tool for focusing on dust and dirt from stairs and stair carpets, a brush tool with long bristles to dislodge cobwebs and for delicate cleaning, and a high-velocity airflow crevice tool that's ideal for cleaning base boards, picture frames and in-between furniture. Other features include a clear bin with 0.44-gallon capacity, 21.6-foot cord length, and easy-to-maneuver fixed wheels. The vacuum measures 13.9 x 19.3 x 11.9 inches (HxWxD) and weighs 19.5 pounds. The Dyson DC23 TurbineHead is backed by a 5-year warranty.


Customer Reviews

It is easy to use and has great suction.
rgp357
The light weight makes it easy to carry around.
Suzanne J Gillstrom
Just a few area rugs and hardwood floors.
Jessica Jones

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

397 of 407 people found the following review helpful By D. Timmerman on October 28, 2009
Despite the fact that the Dysons have never been a top pick on Consumer Reports (even though they consistently rate high for brand reliability), I went ahead and purchased the DC23 Turbinehead from Target for $399.

As people often find when purchasing a new vacuum, they pick up a lot of dust and dirt in the carpet that their old vacuum left behind. Mainly because most older vacuums just lose suction even if you replace the filters and maintain all the parts. I find that to be frustrating and disappointing, and that's mainly one of the reasons that I went with the Dyson -- I'm hoping it lives up to their tagline (Never Loses Suction).

The suction on the DC23 is good. The turbine head attachment spins quickly and pulls in cat litter and other little particles in the carpet. I was revolted by the giant thick dust ball I picked up in just one bedroom with the first use. The DC23 does it's job well. So here's the run down of what I like and don't like about this model:

Likes
-Excellent suction, vacuums well. Easily picks up all the cat hair and cat litter I throw at it.
-Small, light weight and portable
-Beautifully designed -- it's shocking to look at this model next to all the Hoovers, Dirt Devils, and Bissells of the world that look like something straight out of the 80's. Also glad they are moving away from the yellow plastic!
-Easy to empty dust bin, no bags
-Because of the small head, this vacuum can go where most uprights cannot -- under beds and tables.

Dislikes
-It's a little expensive, however, will be well worth it if it actually lasts a long time without losing suction
-Storage is a little flimsy -- the hose just sort of hangs out off of the vacuum and the head attachment very loosely attaches to the canister base.
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388 of 410 people found the following review helpful By Mike on March 22, 2010
I read a whole bunch of reviews prior to purchasing a DC23 last year because of the price difference, and was taken by the raves about how much the new vac picked up on purchase. The most negative stuff I found related to the quality of plastic used, the awkward wrapping of the hose for storage, maybe a few comments about the head not standing on its own, things I didn't think would be that big a deal. I paid the premium price based on the marketing of the unit (an engineer doing things properly), thinking that if it didn't live up to the hype it would've been noted online. I expected to be delighted by this vacuum. I wasn't.

After just about 6 months use:
Plus
- the canister does collect amazing volumes of stuff from floors, and it is cool to observe it doing so, but I note that it is now cleaning up after itself, so to speak, and so it isn't another brands shortcoming... Still, noteworthy performance.
- I find the power head and floor attachments to be pretty good.
- the power cord is really good at rewinding. No seriously, they got this much better than my last vacuum. Not too strong that it could be dangerous, but strong enough to be efficient. I like it a lot and I hope it works like this for the life of the product.
Overall does vacuuming like a vacuum.

Minus
- I empty the canister every single use, as it looks quite full which is not something I ever worried about previously. I can live with that, but I've never seen anyone comment on how awkward emptying the canister into a garbage can is. The entire base kinda flops down and usually releases a cloud of dust no matter how carefully you open it.
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94 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Mallard Rider on November 2, 2009
If you live in a residence that is predominantly hardwood floor, this is one of the better vacuums - no make, that the best. The turbine-powered airbrush works well for moderately shaggy rugs and floors, and while it is not a cheap canister, it is money well spent. I have never sucked out so much dust. Dyson has always scored a very high mark for design and this is no exception. It is quite easy to dump all the dust out from the bin, and I prefer canister vacuums since they're easy to put away.

Get the Motorhead if you have fully carpeted floors. For me the Turbinehead is more than enough.
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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By btbeme on December 31, 2011
I heard a lot of positive opinions about Dyson products, but never really investigated them closely until it became apparent that we had to replace out Miele canister. We didn't really consider any of the Dyson uprights, since we have all hard floors and need to be able to vacuum underneath furniture, making the uprights impractical.

I purchased the Dyson DC23 based on the reviews that the uprights received. It is hard to find a Dyson canister to demo, so I thought I'd try it out at home and return it if necessary. Here are my thoughts after a month's use:

It cleans. I am not entirely convinced that it cleans better than our Miele when it was in top shape, but the Dyson does clean well. We haven't ever used the typical Hoovers, etc that seem to make up 95% of the vacuum world - they seemed far too weak for our use. The Dyson keeps up with the better vacuums on the market, but I cannot say that it is "the best". And, this cleaning prowess comes at a price.

Loud. Really loud. And an extremely unpleasant pitch. Forget about using this when anyone else is around trying to relax, have a conversation, etc. Forget about talking to anyone while using it. Forget about hearing the doorbell, kids, or anything else, because the shrill whine of this vacuum will fill your home and ears. Some folks who use older, cheap vacuums may not find this particularly loud, but I can guarantee you that it is among the loudest I have ever heard.

Dirty. Emptying the bin is an inelegant and filthy job. Why should I have to experience what I just vacuumed? Wads of dirt-entangled hair, for instance, cling to the inner reaches of the bin and must be plucked by hand. Yummy.

Plugging.
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