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Dyson Small Ball Multi Floor Upright Vacuum - Corded
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- Weighs just 12.15lbs. Suction Power 150AW ; Recommended Surface Application: Carpet, Hard Floor, Multi-surface, Hardwood
- Retractable handle saves up to 50 percent more storage space than a full-size upright
- Advanced self-adjusting cleaner head Seals in suction across all floors
- 2 Tier Radial cyclones increase airflow to capture Fine dust, and carbon fiber filaments remove Fine dust from hard floors
- Ball technology for easier steering ; cord, wand and hose extend to 42 Inch , cleans up high and under furniture
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Save Storage Space
Retractable handle saves up to 50% more storage space than a full-size upright.
2 Tier Radial Cyclones
19 cyclones increase airflow and capture fine dust.
Advanced Self-Adjusting Cleaner Head
Seals in suction across carpets and hard floors.
Steers easily into difficult places.
25% Longer Cleaning Reach
Cable, wand and hose extend to 42 feet.
Hygienic Bin Emptying
Quick single button cyclone release and bin empty.
The Dyson Small ball vacuum is Dyson latest compact upright. It combines the performance of a full-size vacuum in a machine that weighs just 12.15 lbs. It has a retractable handle that saves up to 50 percent more storage space than the Dyson ball upright, while the self-adjusting cleaner head automatically seals in suction across carpets and hard floors. It has a combined cleaning reach of 42 ft. and generates 30 percent less noise than our previous compact upright.
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Dyson Ball Multi Floor Upright Vacuum - Corded
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|Color||Iron/Satin Yellow||Iron/Yellow||Iron/Purple||Purple||White and Silver||Iron / Yellow|
|Item Dimensions||11.02 x 14.1 x 31.7 in||13.39 x 15.59 x 41.93 in||13.39 x 15.35 x 42.13 in||13.5 x 12.5 x 44 in||11.4 x 14.96 x 45.5 in||13.4 x 42.4 x 15.4 in|
|Item Weight||12 lbs||15.6 lbs||17.35 lbs||15 lbs||13.7 lbs||17.3 lbs|
|Additional Features||—||corded||corded||OnePass Technology||30 feet power cord||Bagless, HEPA filtration, cyclonic|
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I bought this on QVC on sale and I'm in love with this vacuum. Please see my review on QVC under "Yanyawa" as well.
For 17 years I had the Optima Light Weight and and loved it. Then it finally passed away. It was a great love affair for sure....So there I was in the market for a new vacuum and couldn't find anything with consistent reviews on any of the vacuums out there, not to mention Optima no longer makes the Light Weight to my dismay, so I bought the Dyson small ball.
Upon receiving it, I must say the assembly instructions weren't the greatest, even outright confusing but alas..... that's what we have YouTube for! I went to YouTube and searched Dyson small ball assembly and tah dah.....easy as pie! No screws or tools needed.
I live in a two bedroom 1200sq feet townhouse with both carpet and hardwood floors. My carpet is low profile or low pile carpet. I certainly want to point that out because I've heard people with high profile or long fiber carpet tend to have trouble with Dyson vacuums because the strong suction makes pushing the vacuum on long fiber carpets incredibly difficult apparently. Anyways, the amount of dirt my Dyson picked up from my carpet, hardwood and tile embarrassed me. This coming from someone who doesn't wear shoes in the house! See pictures.
My only gripe is the handle doesn't lock at any preferred position. Obviously my Optima spoiled me on this one but otherwise I love my small ball Dyson. I think the small ball model is perfect for someone who lives in a townhome, apartment or condo. It's easy to store and lightweight. I personally think it's a lot lighter than estimated at 12lbs.
I also have two short haired chihuahuas and the Dyson picks up dog hair like a beast!
The cord is long and a bit heavier than what I'm used to but the length is unbeatable. I like the attachments and the feel of it all. It'll definitely take some getting used to the ball feature as this is a very different feature from the vacuums I'm used to, but I'm getting there.
Overall, I love this vacuum. I'm actually a bit surprised I don't have to clean the filters out with each use. This was something I had to do with each usage of my Optima so this was a pleasant surprise.
When you do clean the the filters, they have to be cleaned every month with COLD water. See picture.
Side note....the attachment hose is long. Probably the longest I've ever seen on any vacuum I've ever had, so be careful when you're getting ready to assemble it if you have lower ceilings like I do. Often times when I'm getting ready to use the attachments, I'm so focused on putting it together, that I don't realize I'm about to scrape the ceiling. See picture.
There's a Max button for heavy duty vacuuming. Per the instructions, always set it back to minimum when you go back to less heavy duty areas and when you turn the vacuum off. See picture.
You can also turn the the brush off for carpet and back on for hardwood floors. See picture.
With that out of the way, let's talk functionality. I'll be evaluating this vacuum primarily on cleaning ability and ease of use. I'll also touch on features that this vacuum lacks.
- Suction (Excellent)
The suction on this Dyson is -- in a word -- powerful. The Dyson is actually my first upright vacuum. I've owned two full-size Panasonic canister vacuums that I love for their strong suction and commensurate cleaning ability. Compared to the Panasonics, this Dyson is no slouch. The Dyson cleans as well as the Panasonics and there appears to be no drop-off in suction as the dust canister fills up. Good on Dyson for designing a vacuum system that MAINTAINS strong suction. The powerful suction really helps in tackling large areas -- both bare floor and high pile carpets -- with amazing speed and ease.
- Attachments (Good)
The vacuum comes with 3 attachments, two of which are absolute essentials: (1) upholstery attachment and (2) crevice tool. The third attachment is a brush that attaches to the crevice tool. When not in use, the attachments are housed on the vacuum itself, so you don't risk losing them. The attachments all work well for their intended purposes. The upholstery tool has a strip with bristles on it. This strip works very effectively for dislodging ingrained dirt and pet hair.
- Beater Brush (Excellent)
On carpets, the motorized beater brush provides plenty of torque to quickly loosen any deeply embedded dirt or pet hair. It should take at most 2 to 3 passes to clean a difficult area, such as very dense carpets.
EASE OF USE
- Cleaning With The Wand (Fair)
The way in which the vacuum is converted into the wand mode of cleaning is actually quite ingenious.To do so, detach the handle/wand from the main unit, flip the handle/wand upside down, and reattach to the cleaning hose. Next, simply connect the attachment appropriate for the job. Now, I know I said the conversion is ingenious -- and it is. But I would have loved a more straight forward way to convert the vacuum for cleaning with the wand. On my Panasonics, all I have to do is simply disconnect the beater brush from the handle/wand and connect the attachment.
Another problem is if I have my power cord partially coiled up on the vacuum, I have to release the entire length of the coiled-up cord before I can use the wand since one of the anchor points the coil relies on is on the wand.
- Upright Cleaning (Excellent)
While vacuuming, I frequently have to pause to pick up stuff or to move furniture. The handle easily locks into an upright freestanding position and easily unlocks for cleaning.
- Emptying Canister (Excellent)
Emptying out the canister involves absolutely no fuss. Simply partially depress a lever to detach the canister, position the canister over a trash can, fully depress the lever to open a hatch on the bottom of the canister and watch the dirt fall into the trash can. It's that easy. When you're done, simply close the hatch and pop the canister back onto the vacuum.
A word on Bags vs. Bagless (Canister). This really is a personal preference. There are pros and cons for both. With the bagless design on this Dyson, there is no need to buy bags -- one expense you can save on. However, emptying the canister can also cause some of the dust/dirt to get inadvertently released into the air.
It was immediate apparent to me that one of the missing features is a HEPA filter. This vacuum, unlike my Panasonics, doesn't have one. I have such severe nasal allergies that I can use my nose as a barometer for gauging how much dust is in the air. The use this Dyson doesn't trigger my allergies, so I suppose it does a decent job of filtering the intake before it gets released back into the air. Still, a HEPA filter would have been a very, very welcome feature for allergy sufferers like me.
- Retractable Cord
This vacuum doesn't have one. I find the retractable cord on my Panasonics very convenient for varying the length of the cord as needed.
- On/Off controls
The on/off controls on my Panasonics are conveniently located on the handle. On the Dyson, it is located on body of the vacuum.
The cheesy gold color on the canister clashes with the red and grey color scheme on the rest of the vacuum.
- Retracted Handle
The retracted handle doesn't lock in position, so you have to carry the vacuum by the handle on the canister.
Despite a couple of nitpicks, some missing features, and relatively minor usability issues with the wand, this vacuum is for the most part a beast of a machine. It WILL get the job done and it does so very quickly and efficiently. If you're looking for an upright, this one definitely deserves serious consideration.
Most recent customer reviews
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it sucks up everything. suction is great.
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