|*NEW *Dyson DC33 Multi Floors Upright Bagless Vacuum Cleaner|
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|DYSON DC33 VACUUM CLEANER, MULTI-FLOOR 19625-01|
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|Keep your home spic-n-span, whether Christmas or not, with the Dyson DC33 vacuum cleaner. The HEPA filter of this Dyson vacuum cleaner eliminates up to 99.97% particles, even as small as 0.3 micron, from the air. Bid a forever goodbye to dust and dirt that is entrapped with the Root Cyclone technology employed in this bag-less vacuum cleaner. Whether your flooring is of vinyl, carpet, ceramic, or wood, the Dyson DC33 can effectively clean it. Weighing just 17lbs, this Dyson vacuum cleaner is easy to carry and maneuver around. The telescoping wand of this bag-less vacuum cleaner can extend up to 15.7ft; ensuring even hard-to-reach areas become accessible.|
|Model||DC33 Multi floor|
|UPC||087995700481, 5025155010549, 5025155010563, 879957004795, 879957005778, 879957006140, 879957006157, 885609001913|
|Power Consumption||1300 Watts|
|Details and Capabilities|
|Dirt Capture Method||Cyclonic|
|Tank / Bag Capacity||1.14 Gallons|
|Hose Reach||15.75 ft.|
|Cord Length||30.35 ft.|
|Cleaning Areas||Bare Floors|
|Cleaning Path||14 In.|
|Attachment Type||Brush, Hose, Motor, Upholstery Tool, Wand|
|Additional Hose||Without Hose|
Average review score based on 111 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I was looking to upgrade my vacuum because I had been using a ~$70 Dirt Devil for a few years and I just wasn't satisfied with it. It just blew all of the dirt/dust around on the wood/tile floors and didn't do a very good job on the carpets, either. We also have a 10 month old, now, and I wanted our floors to be easier and quicker to clean. We also have one cat and my hair is often shedding on the floors/furniture, too.
I am very pleased with my Dyson, now. After lots of research and time spent reading reviews, I am so glad I went with this vacuum, which I've had for 3 months. It's got great suction, works beautifully on the carpets and wood/tile floors and comes with the upholstery attachment (and another one that is a short thin piece with a brush at the end, but I haven't really used it yet.) It also does a pretty good job on my little kitchen and front door rugs if it's raining or I'm too lazy to shake them out. The canister holds quite a bit of dirt, dust, grass, hair, etc. and is easy to empty. I still empty it outside just for the sake of not risking getting dust everywhere after I just vacuumed.
I have found it very easy to push and maneuver around. It's heavier than the Dirt Devil, but I like that it's heavy duty. It doesn't feel like I'm going to break it or that it's made of cheap plastic. So, taking it up and down the stairs may be harder for some; I don't mind at all, though. My husband assembled it after work in about 45 minutes; now, granted he is an engineer and a "Mr. Fix It." I really like that the filters are washable. The filters and the canister vacuum were "must haves" for me (and powerful suction and be able to vacuum on wood/tile/laminate floors.) The wand/shaft is "on" when the vacuum is in the upright position, and then when you push the vacuum into a "vacuuming position" the suction automatically goes to the floor. So, that's nice. And the hook for the extension cord just turns to the right or left so that the (LONG) extension cord just falls off and you can immediately use the wand.
I am getting used to the wand also being the shaft of the vacuum, especially when I do the stairs, ceiling fans, curtains, etc. I'm hoping that it will loosen up the more I use it. It's very stiff and the whole vacuum tends to roll towards me instead of lengthening the wand. It is a long wand once the accordion extends the whole way, but it's just a bit difficult to stretch it out without having the base roll towards you and hit you in the feet or legs. And there are different levers/buttons that release different parts of the shaft/wand or extend it. That's just me getting used to remembering which one to push for what. And the power button is in an odd location, in my opinion, but I am used to turning it on with my foot.
I think that these are just "Dyson quirks" and I need to get used to them, but they were some things I wasn't aware of when I bought it. I got it for $235, and I wouldn't pay any more than that for it. I mean it was a "steal" but I just have a hard time shelling out that much money for a vacuum. Amazon and many other department stores were way more expensive and way out of our price range. (Twice as much!)
I'd definitely recommend this vacuum to a friend!
Great vacuum.I have owned the Kirby, Shark, Hoover. Beats them all.The suction is amazing. The one thing that I found out is you have to use the wand on throw rugs because it is just to much suction for them and it makes a terrible noise.The wand has a great reach.The cord is long so no more having to stop and plug in again.The vacuum is lightweight so very easy to handle and it glides very smoothly.It is very easy to empty the canister,much easier then my shark canister. My son owns this vacuum and recommended it to me.He paid retail price and says he would not buy any other brand now. I only just got mine yesterday from ebay brand new for quite a bit cheaper than he paid.Have to get used to how it lowers to the floor to vacuum,step on the front where my shark had a button on the right side to step on but I'm sure I will adjust to that in time.I have read reviews about people saying the hose on the wand is stiff,don't understand that, as mine is very flexible with no problem.I have a Siberian Husky that sheds terribly.Picks up pet hair great on the floor and furniture.Works wonderful on ceiling fans and air vents too.Well so far so good.
i was so excited when i received this vacuum...right on time..i took it out of package and went to town...the suction in the vacuum was great...i think i vacuumed over and over just to see the dirt and how great the rugs look..i always used a different brand which was so heavy to move..this vacuum is well made ...great suction and great for allergies as well...dust not all over furniture..which is a plus..air
feels cleaner as well..and I recommend this to anyone..great vacuum..thanks....just learned to do the steps and the suction is great for that as well...soooooo clean..well worth the money...i like that you can clean filters as well...no more bags..yeah..and very easy and light to operate...finally a great product...
Pros: The DC33 has great suction and cleans very well.
sturdy design and easy to empty and clean.
Cons: The hose attachment is a little cumbersome to use, but works well when you get the hang of it.
The vacuum itself is a bit heavy, which is fine for me 6'4" 220, but the wife 5'8" 140 it's almost too much.
Suction on throw rugs is too great and the carpet gets sucked into the brush, which makes it catch, and due to a safety feature, makes an awful, loud clicking noise to prevent it from breaking.
I did call Dyson to see about this situation and they told me I could remove a specific part to create more air flow in the area so it wouldn't catch. I have yet to do so, but will soon.
In the end, I really like the vacuum. It's powerful and strong. I would recommend this to anyone. Don't let the cons trick you, this machine is definitely worth it.
I rated this vacuum a 4 so far! It replaces a year-old Hoover that I liked--but the shaft and handle snapped in two with less than a normal amount of use. (I have a vacuum on each floor because I'm too old to lug one up and down three flights, so the Hoover was just for the upstairs!) The only problem I've experienced with the Dyson is the loud noise when the suction goes overboard, but it is easily remedied by tipping back the vacuum head a little... I have another Dyson, not as "fancy" as this one, that has lasted 8 years without one problem. I am hoping for the same longevity with this DC33!