How long do Dyson Product last? I brought Hoovers & Eureka and they seem only to last a year. The suctions would stop working And I find it expensive to replace every year. Can you tell me how long your Dyson Last? and which model? Thank You
If you buy a low cost vacuum it's not going to last long. I have owned a Dyson and I presently own a Hoover Cyclonic Bagless Upright Vacuum, Platinum Collection, UH70015. This is Hoover's top of the line Platinum model and it's a Dyson at half price. Amazon has it on sale for $248 right now and its worth every penny. It's well made has every feature found on the Dyson and several features you can't get on the Dyson model. It has a high customer satisfaction rating and it cleans like...you guessed it a Dyson. I really suggest you try this model before paying up to twice as much for the Dyson Vacuum. It also has a 6 year factory warranty, that's something you can't get on the Dyson.
I don't understand folks that think 6 or 7 years is a long life on a vaccuum. People have kirby's and rainbows and electroluxes for generations ... literally. I currently use my grandmothers electrolux canister that is 50 years old. I've had hoovers that were 100 dollars last 12 years...so for a 500 dollar vaccuum 6 years is not a good life span
Sorry to be the wet blanket here, but I have had two Dysons, one lasted about a year, the other only about a month with admittedly heavy use - lots of pet hair. The brushes stopped spinning on both. The second was obviously a lemon and I could have gone through the whole warranty process, but I am so disgusted with Dyson, I don't even want to deal with them. When they work, they are great, but for the money, they have a very high failure rate.
Our Dyson DC-18 (slim, non-ball version) died today after 7+ years. We had an issue with it automatically moving from the main suction to the wand suction for the past year but were able to manually switch it over when needing to use attachments. Definitely expensive and won't last a lifetime, but worth it for the cleaning power and functionality. You give up some durability for all the plastic, but gain a lot in weight, etc.