Monday, January 7, 2013

Dyson DC23 TurbineHead Canister Vacuum
DYSON" DC23 TURBINE HEAD CANISTER VACUUM *For all floors *Hose reach: 36.2 ft. *Power cord length: 21.6 ft. *Attachments: brush and crevice tool *Hepa filter *19.5 lbs. *12 amps *5 year limited warranty
With so many on offer these days, it is great to have a name you can trust. This item is certainly that and will be a perfect buy. The distributor have added some great touches and this equals great value.
You can trust this review, i hope you can try to buy this product and then you know this product good or no. Next time you can make a review for another people.

Good Suction, Expensive
Despite the fact that the Dysons have never been a top pick on Consumer Reports (even though they consistently rate high for brand reliability), I went ahead and purchased the DC23 Turbinehead from Target for $399.

As people often find when purchasing a new vacuum, they pick up a lot of dust and dirt in the carpet that their old vacuum left behind. Mainly because most older vacuums just lose suction even if you replace the filters and maintain all the parts. I find that to be frustrating and disappointing, and that's mainly one of the reasons that I went with the Dyson -- I'm hoping it lives up to their tagline (Never Loses Suction).

The suction on the DC23 is good. The turbine head attachment spins quickly and pulls in cat litter and other little particles in the carpet. I was revolted by the giant thick dust ball I picked up in just one bedroom with the first use. The DC23 does it's job well. So here's the run down of what I like and don't like about this...

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good, not great
I read a whole bunch of reviews prior to purchasing a DC23 last year because of the price difference, and was taken by the raves about how much the new vac picked up on purchase. The most negative stuff I found related to the quality of plastic used, the awkward wrapping of the hose for storage, maybe a few comments about the head not standing on its own, things I didn't think would be that big a deal. I paid the premium price based on the marketing of the unit (an engineer doing things properly), thinking that if it didn't live up to the hype it would've been noted online. I expected to be delighted by this vacuum. I wasn't.

After just about 6 months use:
- the canister does collect amazing volumes of stuff from floors, and it is cool to observe it doing so, but I note that it is now cleaning up after itself, so to speak, and so it isn't another brands shortcoming... Still, noteworthy performance.
- I find the power head and floor attachments to be...
Works well if you do not have fully carpeted floors
If you live in a residence that is predominantly hardwood floor, this is one of the better vacuums - no make, that the best. The turbine-powered airbrush works well for moderately shaggy rugs and floors, and while it is not a cheap canister, it is money well spent. I have never sucked out so much dust. Dyson has always scored a very high mark for design and this is no exception. It is quite easy to dump all the dust out from the bin, and I prefer canister vacuums since they're easy to put away.

Get the Motorhead if you have fully carpeted floors. For me the Turbinehead is more than enough.
Dyson DC23 TurbineHead Canister Vacuum Dyson DC23 TurbineHead Canister Vacuum
Product Features :
  • Compact canister vacuum with Level 3 Root Cyclone technology ensures powerful, consistent suction
  • Air-driven TurbineHead brush bar is ideal for cleaning medium and short pile carpets and can be turned off for hard floors.
  • Lifetime HEPA filter with Bactisafe screen that traps and kills bacteria, mold and allergens on contact
  • Telescopic Wrap System allows the hose and wand to be compressed
  • Measures 13.9 x 19.3 x 11.9 inches (HxWxD); 5-year warranty

Rating : 3.6
List Price : $399.00

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