Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Dyson DC07 Cyclonic Review

Vacuum Review: Dyson DC07 Cyclonic Vacuum Cleaner
Vacuum Rating: The DC07 has earned 5 stars out of 5 for being great for dust allergies, the least expensive in the Dyson Vacuum lineup, and delivering exceptional cleaning power.

Your Sensei is finally back after a much too long hiatus. The first few weeks of school are always busy for me as my kids deal with new teachers and tougher subjects. Things seem to have settled down at home and should leave me with enough time to resume writing my vacuum reviews and advice. So, before I make my readers wait any longer here is my review of the Dyson DC07 Upright Vacuum Cleaner.

Coming in at just under $400 this is the cheapest full upright in Dyson’s vacuum cleaner line. Still, the DC07 Vacuum Cleaner is feature packed, delivers excellent value, and employs Dyson’s extremely powerful cyclonic suction technology. In case you didn’t notice the DC07 is nearly identical in design to the DC07 Animal. In fact the only difference between the two is color and hose attachments. (Dyson Animals come with a slimmed down cleaning head for cleaning under furniture, a power brush for cleaning upholstery, and a carpet cleanser for cleaning stains.)

Unlike some of the more expensive Dyson Vacuums, the yellow DC07 lacks a large debris bin for collecting dust. Expect to empty fairly frequently for the first couple weeks of vacuuming, especially if you’ve been using a lower quality vacuum; lesser vacuums leave behind a lot of dirt the DC07 is going to pick up. But after your first few vacuuming sessions this shouldn’t be too much of a problem.

I feel comfortable giving the Dyson DC07 Cyclonic Vacuum my best rating because it’s backed by Dyson’s 5 year warranty, but more importantly Dyson’s near perfect track record. This is the most economical high end vacuum cleaner you’re going to find on the market today. It offers identical cleaning power to most of the other Dyson Uprights and costs about a hundred bucks less than the next cheapest one.

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