This is an unboxing and in-home demonstration of the dyson v6 absolute designed for hard floor and carpet. It has HEPA filtration system, Dyson digital motor V6, multiple attachments including a direct drive cleaner head and a soft roller cleaner head, 2 tier radial cyclones. It also has 75% more brush bar power than the Dyson V6 Animal vacuum.
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Dyson DC59 Animal Cordless Vacuum Cleaner
DC59 is Dyson’s latest Digital Slim cordless vacuum cleaner. It’s powered by the Dyson digital motor V6, which spins up to 110,000 timesa minute – up to 3 times faster than conventional motors. This 350W motor has a higher wattage than its predecessor and contributes to the machine’s ability to produce powerful suction. DC59 is the most powerful cordless vacuum. 15 cyclones, arranged across two tiers, work in parallel to capture microscopic dust. Each cyclone has been re-engineered to increase airflow and generate high centrifugal forces. Dyson engineers put the same thought into developing floor tools as Dyson cyclones. DC59 comes with the latest motorized cleaner head, engineered to be lighter and improve debris pick-up. The newly configured brush bar consists of carbon fiber filaments to remove fine dust from hard floors and nylon bristle strips to remove ground-in dirt from carpets. The cleaner head is now also wider than its predecessors, the DC35 and DC44, providing greater surface coverage. DC59 Animal also comes with a Mini motorized tool for tough tasks such as removing hair and dirt from upholstery and confined spaces. It has a run-time enhancing trigger – on when you need it, off when you don’t. The trigger grip releases instantly, meaning battery power is only used for cleaning – allowing 26 minutes of cleaning time (6 minutes on boost). For fade-free power, DC59 uses a re-engineered nickel manganese cobalt battery, customized to deliver the level of power and battery life that the machine needs. It transmits 1.5 times more power than its predecessor
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http://www.sharknavigatorvacuum.com/ – The Shark Navigator Vacuum features 21 cyclones and two powerful motors that never clog and never lose suction, so it cleans the last room as well as the first.
The patented dirt separation system maintains constant suction power, cleaning everything from carpets to bare floors without missing a beat. Get that cleaner home you’ve always dreamed about.
√ HEPA filter traps dust and allergens, so you can breathe easier
√ Pet power brush makes quick work of hair on stairs and upholstery
√ Crevice tool, dusting brush, stretch hose and long power cord add convenience
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This is a Dyson DC07 All Floors upright vacuum, that an old friend of mine bought back in 2004. This is one of the many different color schemes for the DC07, and this was the most common, next to the Animal model (which was purple). This vacuum features an automatic carpet height adjustment and a clutch driven brush roll to turn the brush roll on and off for cleaning bare floors. It does feature a quick release handle and the hose slides down and unhooks to reverse the extension wand and hook it to the other side, and in my opinion is much better than the newer Dyson’s. It also has a suction control valve to send suction to the hose when it’s stood upright, and to send it through the head when reclined back for vacuuming. It features a 12 amp motor with clean air design, and Root 8 Cyclone technology for no loss of suction. The suction is much better than the airflow and even though it does make nice carpet lines (mostly thanks to the edge cleaning brushes on each side of the head) the agitation is pathetic and it doesn’t deep clean entirely. Even though this is a nice vacuum to use and definitely has great handling, but there are come things they could have done to make it better. My complaints about this machine is that it’s quite heavy when lifting it up and down stairs, the cyclones are very difficult to clean out so it can maintain suction, and the carpet cleaning performance could be better for the kind of machine it is and how expensive these retail in many stores brand new. Overall, I like this vacuum even though it’s not the best machine ever made, it does hold a piece of Dyson history being one of the first machines to hit the US market.
I am really pleased with this Shark vacuum.
It seems to perform better than my Shark/Morphy Richards Lift Away models as the brushroll is slightly stiffer and it really grooms the carpet.
After cleaning the whole house, there was not a speck of dust on the filters, so the multi cyclone system works well.
I will be uploading a full demo of this cleaner soon.
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