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Dyson DC65 Multi Floor Upright Vacuum Cleaner
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- 5 year parts & labor warranty when purchased from an authorized reseller
- Radial Root Cyclone technology
- Reconfigured brush bar- 25% more power drives bristles deeper into carpets, removing more dirt.
- Self-adjusting cleaner head- Seals in the suction across carpets and hard floors.
- Ball technology- For easy steering into difficult places.
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Dyson DC65 Upright Vacuum
The Dyson DC65 is a powerful upright vacuum cleaner designed for multi-surface cleaning. It uses Radial Root Cyclone technology and a reconfigured brush bar to remove more dirt and dust from the home. The redesign of the brush bar means that the bristles have been made shorter and stiffer allowing deeper carpet penetration to remove more dirt, while maintaining superior performance on hard floors. The DC65 is a powerful upright vacuum that has patented Dyson Ball technology for easy maneuverability. It achieves this through the combination of Radial Root Cyclone technology and a self adjusting cleaner head which seals in suction across carpets and hard floors. The latest Ball technology allows easy steering into difficult places. More key technologies are housed inside the ball, reducing components on the outside of the machine. Removing clutter from around the ball makes it even easier to steer under and around furniture. Other vacuums have a choice of settings for different floor types. This means that when moving from one floor type to another, suction power can be wasted. DC65 has an active base plate which self adjusts to create optimal contact with every floor type. This reduces air leaks and retains more suction power at the cleaner head. DC65 has the best all around pick-up of any Dyson vacuum.
Patented Dyson Technology:
Dyson engineers are constantly testing and investigating, trying to find new ways to make things work better. They improve existing technologies and invent new ones. As they work, they file patent applications to protect their inventions from copycat manufacturers. That’s why the only place you’ll find Dyson technology is inside a Dyson machine. DC65 uses Radial Root Cyclone technology to maximize suction power. Improved airflow efficiency reduces turbulence and preserves air pressure, so more microscopic particles are extracted by the inner cyclones. Dyson engineers have further refined the cyclone inlets and vortex fingers in this machine to generate more suction through the machine – these refinements remove more dirt and dust from the home. Additionally, DC65 has the latest Ball technology; the vacuum’s key components have been engineered to fit inside the ball itself. This gives the machine a streamlined profile, allowing access to tight spaces and lowering its center of gravity to make it lighter in the hand.
Reconfigured Brush Bar:
The redesign of the brush bar – raising the ridge that the bristles sit on, means that the bristles have been made shorter and stiffer, allowing deeper carpet penetration to remove more dirt and less likely to scratch hard floors. Additionally, Dyson engineers have stripped back the design of the cleaner head so that the brush bar has end to end coverage. No more irritating dirty strips at the base of skirting boards and cabinets.
Self-adjusting cleaner head:
The cleaner heads on most upright vacuums need to be manually adjusted for different floor types. If this isn’t done, a gap is created between the cleaner head and the floor – and suction is lost. DC65 has an active base-plate that self-adjusts across every floor type. It maintains close contact with the floor at all times, automatically raising and lowering. Suction isn’t wasted – it’s sealed in. It also has 25% more power than its predecessor to drive bristles deeper into carpets and release more ground-in dirt.
|DC65 Multi Floor||DC65 Animal||DC65 Animal Complete|
|Engineered for pet hair pick-up||✓||✓|
|Includes Combination accessory tool & Stair tool||✓||✓||✓|
|Includes Soft dusting brush & Tangle-free Turbine tool||✓||✓|
|Includes Multi-angle brush, Stiff bristle brush, Zorb and bag for tool storage||✓|
|25% more brush bar power||✓||✓||✓|
|Includes 5-year warranty, parts & labor||✓||✓||✓|
The DC65 Animal Complete has been built to achieve the highest suction at the cleaner head, twice the suction as any other vacuum.‡ With its self–adjusting cleaner head and re–engineered brushbar, bristles dig deeper into carpets to remove more dust and dirt, while providing superior performance on hard floors. The DC65 has remodeled cyclones and uses the latest Ball™ technology. It comes with the Tangle–free turbine tool to remove hair from carpets and has extra tools engineered for pet hair and ground–in dirt.
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|Color||Silver||Iron/Yellow||Iron / Yellow||Iron/Purple||Purple / Iron||Purple|
|Item Dimensions||11.5 x 10.7 x 36.4 in||13.39 x 15.59 x 41.93 in||13.4 x 42.4 x 15.4 in||13.39 x 15.35 x 42.13 in||13.4 x 43.3 x 17.2 in||11.5 x 10.7 x 36.4 in|
|Item Weight||1 lb||15.6 lbs||17.3 lbs||17.35 lbs||19.18 lbs||—|
|Additional Features||corded, bagless, cyclonic||corded||Bagless, HEPA filtration, cyclonic||corded||corded, bagless, HEPA filtration||corded, bagless, cyclonic|
Top customer reviews
I'd found that our first Dyson (DC14 Animal, purchased about 8 years ago) generally lived up to its name / reputation. The "no loss of suction" feature was perceived as a nice-to-have, but only because I wasn't the one vacuuming. Instead, I bought it for 3 reasons:
1. I was usually the one to empty full canisters - and I despised it (filthy, dust in the nose/lungs, filter maint). Dyson looked so simple!
2. Wasn't a fan of replacing bags - bag-less was appealing. And, according to advertising, the technology was improving! (sucker)
3. Every two years, I was back at the big box stores, spending money to replace my dead/dying "middle-of-the-road" model
Dyson performed much more efficiently. At first, emptying the canister was as easy as the commercial - awesome! But, with long hair from the wife and two girls, hair from 2 dogs & 2 cats, various strings, threads, etc, the awesomeness diminished by 30%. Still - overall, I consider it an overall "win". There was an easily-accessible, internal micro-particle filter, requiring a wash every 6 months, but still - an overall win. The machine is constructed mostly of plastic. The quality/durability of plastic, like metal & other materials, can vary substantially, depending on it's composite, so the real test would be durability. (think of inexpensive knock-off products, that use cheap steal from China vs ultra-hardened, high-carbon steal used in quality products) Obviously, the plastic is high-quality, or I wouldn't have written this :-)
The first Dyson is still working strong today (and I only needed another one because of an unforeseen personal circumstance).
Other than the color, the DC65 is the base-level model. The previous "Animal" attachments were rarely used, stored in a closet, and were "forgotten about". They work with the DC65, so I saved the add'l $, and went with the standard "multi floor upright" base model. This thing has CRAZY suction, so I still don't have a need for the animal tools (although they work great for cat/dog beds and if you allow animals on your couch, bed, etc).
Obviously, this is all just my opinion - your mileage may vary. But, if you're considering buying another budget-conscious model, with the expectation of replacing it again in 2-yrs, ask yourself if it's worth spending more to eliminate the headaches from a chore you love so much.
P.S. I never write reviews, as I'm not sure if they'd actually reach anyone. Please consider returning the favor by marking this as "helpful" if so.
Yeah, the salesperson told me how Dyson had increased the already incredible suction and let me try out the DC-41....Oh, I SO had to have it. And I so love it.
They have gotten better over the years.
So then I was asked to provide feedback on this one as well as the DC65 Animal. Oh the joy! No more toting one upstairs! I couldn't think of anything that could really be improved from the DC-41 to be honest. But they did improve it.
Unlike the past Dysons, both of these make removing clogs easy--when you suck up that toy mouse you didn't see under the couch but your cat misplaced, and it's stuck anywhere in here, now you can turn knobs to get to any clog or check for anything--no screwdriver is ever needed. They both have the great suction, but this one has better suction up from the base, even on the sides.
And I will be totally honest, I have never had any vacuum cleaner clean a floor like this.
So even though the DC41 was great and did much of what this does, they now have improved the roller at the base so it goes deeper into your carpets. That is the difference in the DC65. But even on my bare floors I see better suction on this one as well as the DC65 animal (and I'll get to what's different about both models momentarily).
This is an animal friendly home, and furry ones at that. I cook three meals a day and there is TV eating too. I need good suction.
Because this even had major power from the sides of the base roller, it felt more like I had mopped than vacuumed. And the new roller did keep its promise and go deeper into rugs and carpets so even though my other model had done a great job on my rugs, this picked up dirt that nothing else had reached.
So what's the difference between this one and the DC65 Animal? The tool attachments on the Animal are fantastic for those who have furry family. With velvet dining room chairs in a dark color and cats in light colors who call them a bed, that's a real test. Their attachment tools for getting fur off furniture are unparalleled. This one has a couple attachments but no powerhouse suction attachments like the Dyson65 Animal--for deep cleaning this is great, but if you have fur everywhere, the Animal is worth it to me.
The telescoping wand is great and even better now and if you get the DC65 Animal it also has a bent tool for the ceiling fan.
On bare floors is where it feels on my bare feet more like I mopped than vacuumed. And the ball does make a huge difference. When I vacuum under the table, for example, I don't have to back the vacuum up to then go in a different direction. You can just swerve serpentine around the table legs and under the chairs with ease.
It's hard to describe the difference in a vacuum. You have to see it. You have to feel what it did not leave behind on your bare feet, but more than that, you have to see things it sucks up from around the edges without missing a beat, and better yet what is sucks up from the depths of rugs that no other vacuum cleaner can reach, and have been there for way too long.
I LOVE this bad boy.
There simply is no vacuum that does what both models of the DC65 do.
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