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Dyson DC41 Animal Bagless Vacuum Cleaner
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- Radial Root Cyclone Technology
- Cleaner head self-adjusts for optimal contact - even on hard floors
- Ball technology steers smoothly
- Lightweight and durable
- Five year warranty
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|Color||Iron/Purple||Yellow / Iron||White||Purple / Iron|
|Warranty Description||5 yr warranty||5 years, parts & labor||Euro-Pro Five-Year (5) Limited Warranty||Information not provided|
|Dimensions||41.9 inches x 12.2 inches x 14.3 inches||15.4 inches x 42.4 inches x 13.4 inches||26.97 inches x 15.35 inches x 11.61 inches||17.2 inches x 43.3 inches x 13.4 inches|
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All in all, my wife and I are really happy with it. It's only been the first week, so time will tell.
Some of the pro's and con's might appear to be double listed, as some are a plus and a minus.
* Sucks - pulls dirt out of somewhere where my last vacuum couldn't find it.
* a bit quieter than any vacuum I have had...lower pitch as well. My wife and I can actually talk at reasonable levels when the vacuum is running.
* Vacuum head self adjust to floor, so no bending down to turn the @!#$ switch on most vacuums.
* Attachments lock into place, so they don't come off when using them
* Dirt canister removes as one unit (no dirt on the floor), dumps out of bottom over a trash can - some dust may come up, but small
* Beaters/rollers (rolling brush that hits the carpet) stops rotating when the vacuum is in park, which also diverts the airflow to the hose.
* Beaters have a switch to turn them off - for hard floors
* Pulling on hose to clean with does not cause the vacuum to fall over
* Hose does not fight you to keep it extended, but does spring back when needed...not sure how they pulled this one off - looks weird.
* Feels lighter
* Wand is one piece, so you don't have to assemble it to use it
* Lots of attachment options
* Filters are all washable, it says once every 3 months - after 2 wks, there was only the finest, and almost no dust...washed it just to see.
* LONG elec cord - 30+
* no wasted space, so the design looks cleaner (i.e.Read more ›
|Length: 7:35 Mins|
This is a good all around vacuum, it never loses suction, its easy to remove the debris, has a hose that extends quite far, and just works well. I love the power cord, its super long, and I can do my whole house by only changing plugs once. It's the little things that make life so much easier. It's just a great vacuum, love it love it love it. The only downside is you have to give it a big push to lock it in place, there is no foot lever to get it in vacuum mode, you just push it down, but I have to tell you, this is a great investment, and it has a 5 year warranty, so I'm happy with my purchase. See enclosed video review.
The first issue is that they got rid of the foot lever that typical vacuums have to engage the beater bar. Instead you just force it down and start vacuuming and when you are done you just put it back up and it latches and stays upright. This is pretty neat but when you are putting it upright there are 2 distinct things that happen, it engages the wand hose and then it engages the lock that holds it up. The switch for the hose is much louder and happens first so this leads you to believe the vacuum is upright and to let go when it is not latched properly causing it to fall over if you are not quick enough to catch it. This makes me respond by putting it upright much more forcefully then I want to do to something I've bought for nearly $600.
The second main issue is the path the air flows to the motor. There are 3 zones in the canister. The air goes from the outer to the inner getting cleaner as it progresses. The outer one is for big debris and dust, and then air flows through those tiny cyclones on the top and deposits its finer dust in the middle zone. Finally after leaving those cyclones the air goes through the filter (accessible though the top of the canister) and down the inner zone to the motor then finally out through the filter in the ball. The problem with this is that when you empty the canister the dust can and will cross contaminate from the other zones and into the post filter, inner zone. This means next time the vacuum is started it will suck in that dust into the motor and the ball filter.Read more ›
Getting the unit to "click" into place in an upright "idle" position also seems to take a bit of effort. I end up putting a foot in front of the unit to stop it from rolling while I lift the lever up until it clicks into place.
I can't find any fault with the suction, with the exception of picking up larger items. We used it to pickup the inevitable trail of styrofoam crumbs after opening christmas gifts. The "crumbs" were on a hardwood floor. I found the head of the DC41 just pushed them around, requiring me to use the wand. My older Dyson wouldn't have had a problem.
All in all, I'm partial to my old Dyson. I like the suction of the DC41, and I like the lower head of the DC41 ( All of my kitchen cabinets have an overhang that the old Dyson was too big to get under). I don't think however the DC41 will stand up to the same daily wear and tear that my old has weathered with no problems. I'm hoping this isn't an indication of Dyson sacrificing their quality standards for mass production.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wish I had waited until the Shark ball vac was available instead of jumping the gun on this Dyson. For the money, I am not happy with the product. Live & learn.Published 4 days ago by L. I. Shuffle
I have been using the DC41 upright for 6 months. I find it to be not all that was advertised. First of all, being a petite 4'10" person this vacuum is way to heavy and hard... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Colleen Michael
The DC41 Animal is a Dyson Ball upright vacuum cleaner for all-around dirt and pet hair removal. I dont have any pets, but I got this model because for some reason I shed like... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dawn E.
I had this vacuum for three years. A couple of weeks ago it stopped working and completely shut off. I was able to get it to start again and it barely sucked anything up. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kelli
Hate it! Will be my last dyson! Heavy, fragile, hard to maneuver, falling apart. I'm buying a shark pro today.Published 2 months ago by Kathleen Meersman
Stopped working after the second time I used it. I thought that it would be great for my rugs but I should have bought a 50 dollar vacuum instead.Published 2 months ago by Isai
I have had this unit now for just over two years... I thought that the "5" year warranty would cover "defects" such as the wand just popping off of the hose from... Read morePublished 2 months ago by PAUL
Bought this hunk of junk almost 3 years ago. I am writing the review because we truly value these reviews and use them for most of our purchases. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I really like this vacuum and recommend to everyone. It feels flimsy at first but with time you start trusting the build quality and the stand-up position takes some practice to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by ptys
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