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Dyson DC24 Ball All-Floors Upright Vacuum Cleaner
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- Upright vacuum cleaner with Dyson Ball technology for smooth steering
- Root Cyclone technology ensures no clogging or loss of suction
- Effective for all floor types; motorized brushbar; reversible wand
- HEPA filter; certified asthma friendly; collapsible handle for compact storage
- Measures 13-2/3 by 11 by 43-2/7 inches; 5-year parts-and-labor warranty
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|Warranty Description||5 year warranty - Parts and labor guaranteed by Dyson for 5 years||5 years, parts & labor||5 year warranty - Parts and labor guaranteed by Dyson for 5 years||Parts and labor guaranteed by Dyson for 5 years|
|Dimensions||23.6 inches x 11.3 inches x 11.8 inches||15.4 inches x 42.4 inches x 13.4 inches||38.9 inches x 11.7 inches x 11.4 inches||41.9 inches x 12.2 inches x 14.3 inches|
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The DC 24 vacuum is lightweight 11.5lbs (DC25 16.1lbs and DC15 19.95lbs) and can go up and down stairs without problems (3 story condo). In fact, instead of using the hose attachment for the stairs I prefer to use the vacuum itself. It has a nicely placed handle in the front for this function (like a weed trimmer). You have to hold it out away from your body, as the brushes don't spin if the unit is placed upright.
Despite being lightweight and lower power, it has consistent suction and still get's a lot of dirt and dog hair out of the carpet.
The "Ball" allows the vacuum to access small, hard to reach areas without using the attachment. It is similar to using a swivel head on a mop. It handles my hardwood floors well, and now has replaced my sweeper.
The no-mess canister, easy to dump out with just a push of a button.
The washable hepa filter. This is one reason I do not have a problem with paying more for a Dyson. Effective heppa filtration requires regular replacement and that adds up in extra dollars. The dyson solves that with an easy clean filter.
5 year warranty. You will probably experience a disconcerting feeling when it's out of the box and it seems like flimsy construction.Read more ›
Both machines are about the same price in most stores, and I personally felt that the DC18 would be a better deal. However, after playing with both models the weight and size of the machines was very noticeable.
This machine (DC24) is a breeze to use and sucks well. It seems a little weaker than other models, but it gets the job done in our apartment with carpet, wood floors, and pseudo-tile. I was skeptical but I'm glad I made the purchase.
- Easy to carry
- Convenient storage, aesthetically pleasing
- Powerful enough to keep us clean
- Ball 'gimmick' actually is useful
- Electric cord could be longer
- Vacuum sucking power not as strong as other models (obviously)
- The parts are initially a little tricky to click into place
That said, when I saw Amazon had such a great price for a new, not reconditioned DC15 -- the one we originally wanted -- I had to snap it up. Wow, and uh-oh were my first reactions (that has to do with why I'm in trouble, which I'll get to later.).
It is definitely worth purchasing for even more robust cleaning power (we have 8 cats!) and its generous array of attachments. It is more unwieldy, though not nearly as heavy as the ridiculous, poor-performing Kirby. With the Kirby, I had to get on hands and knees with a Gonzo sponge to lift hair, then vacuum - no more of that! The good news is either Dyson lifts pet hair without hesitation. The difference with the Animal is that while it is heavier to manage, it cleans even more definitively.
A motivating factor is that I am an asthma sufferer, which I realize is exacerbated by the cats. The asthma's under control with meds, but I have definitely noticed dramatic improvement in my breathing and the utter banishment of household allergies due to such thorough cleaning.
The "Ball" pivoting mechanism isn't hype, either. It reduces all that repositioning and maneuvering.
So then, why am I in trouble? I am an idiot (or not!) because I am keeping both. The DC24 (small one) is perfect for whipping through the house on weeknights when I don't want to have a major production. It's so easy and light, able to get in tight and low places and I am never taxed or tired after using it. The Animal stays because there is simply no better cleaning to be had.Read more ›
I regret to say I cannot do the same for the Dyson Ball vacuum cleaner.
My DC07 Animal lasted for six years and had the daylights beaten out of it in that time. It sucked up everything from wet cat sand to fine sawdust generated by sanding a floor for refinishing. I had to replace the two hoses in the Animal on several occasions because they are made out of cheap plastic and wire and are prone to tearing from repeated flexing. But it was the irredeemable clogging from the sawdust that finally did in my Animal. Naturally I looked to Dyson for its replacement.
My wife was convinced that because we'd eliminated all the wall to wall carpeting from the house, and because we are down to five cats from the eight we had with the Animal, that the Dyson Ball was the best choice for a new vacuum cleaner. So I bought one.
The Ball is what Dyson calls the "new generation" of vacuum cleaners. It is designed with a much smaller beater bar head, to allegedly get under furniture better and generate good suction with the substantially smaller motor contained in the ball. Here are its good and bad points.
The switch to shut off the beater bar to make the Ball safer on the finish of an uncarpeted floor has been moved up to the power switch, to make it easier to use; and an automatic cut-off and reset switch has been built into the beater bar head to shut down the beater bar in the event of sucking the fringes of a carpet into the beater bar, to prevent damage to the machine.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not impressed. Has less suction power than my old Eureka. Doesnt give the "just vacuumed look" to the carpet. Carpet seems still somewhat matted down after use. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amy Peacock
A fantastic vacuum cleaner. The suction is simply great. Does not leave anything behind. The design is sleek as well. Very happy with the machine.Published 2 months ago by Priyankilikethiisqrprodqrodua Deshmukh
Disgusting product. All hat and no boots. Hasn't worked well since day one. I have cleared every filter to spec, operated the unit per the manual and it actually gets more carpet... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought a Dyson because I was sick and tired of vacuums getting clogged and hair getting caught in them and basically ruining them after less than a year. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Benjamin G.
Our Dyson is a disappointing, high-maintenance burden. After every use, we have to open the unit and unclog the openings -- and I mean after every use, however light the job. Read morePublished 5 months ago by David Deal
Has surpassed all my expectations of what a vacuum should be. Has out lasted all my previous vacuums. All hail Dyson.Published 5 months ago by P. Mclaughlin
Innovative design and technology coupled with poor quality of construction and workmanship. The beater bar stopped working shortly after purchase, and the button that turned it off... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael Binder