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Dyson DC40 Origin - Yellow

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product specification

  • Filter Type: HEPA
  • Recommended Cleaning Surface Type: Multi-surface, Hardwood, Hard Floor, Carpet
  • Features Brush Roll: Cord wrap hooks
  • Vacuum Attachments: Brush Tool
  • Cable/Cord Length: 24.600
  • Bag Type: Bagless
  • Power Wattage Required: 120
  • Power Source: Electric
  • Cleaning Path Width: 12.200
  • Hose Length: 15.300
  • Capacity Total Volume: 0.420
  • Product Width: 14.300
  • Number of Speeds: 1
  • Product Depth: 12.200
  • Assembly details: assembly required, no tools needed
  • Product Weight: 14.600
  • Product Height: 41.900
  • Includes: Laundry, Cleaning and Closet Product: Crevice Tool, Brush Cleaning Tool
  • Features: Laundry, Cleaning and Closet Product: Bagless
  • Warranty Description: 5 Year Manufacturer Warranty
Dyson DC40 Origin - Yellow is rated 4.7019 out of 5 by 2,774.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Dyson ball multi floor vac. First up, I'll say some positive things about the Dyson ball multi floor vac. It has a really long cord. This seems like a minor thing but it can be inconvenient when you have to change outlets for every room. I can vacuum our whole house from 2 outlets with the Dyson. Dyson claims the highest suction of any vacuum. I'm sure it has but that doesn't translate to better cleaning, at least not on bare floors, but more on that later. Over all, it does a good job of cleaning. The auto level feature works well and is a welcome feature.It looks really cool. Not sturdy but very cool, albeit a massive plastic structure. No reason why vacuum cleaning needs to be drab, eh? And reality rears its' ugly head: A high end vacuum cleaner should be, at the very least intuitive. I wouldn't mind its' lack faculty but for the fact that every part of this machine sounds and feels like it's breaking with every use, so I'm never sure if I'm positioning wheels or breaking a major, patented part. When you position the handle to open the air passage to the floor and engage the wheels/ball there is a nasty crack (I still can't believe it's supposed to sound like that) that tells you "this can't last forever". A release pedal or button or lever would be helpful, especially on this product that is lauded for its' ergonomic exemplitude. You know, something more positive than plastic parts snapping into place. A button turns the brushes on or off, which renders its' bare floor operation, in spite of its' fabled suction, mediocre. My budget Bissell picks up larger pieces better. I suspect the brushes are taken out of operation for their own good but for $400.00 I'd like to have a bit more confidence in this product. Pushing the handle forward to retract the wheels (I thought "the ball" would obviate the need for wheels) is a hit and miss operation requiring, sometimes several tries, each try evoking a lesser, but none the less annoying crack. I suspect it will become easier with use but my sense of logic tells me, that would mean that parts are wearing out. The wand is great for vacuuming shelves in high places from underneath, in other words, kinda useless, except for being impressive in commercials. It's too long to be of use on lower surfaces like a table or components on a shelf but, at least for any operation using the cheaply made brush attachment, which also slides in and out of place with crack, it's not useful. The brush, by the way, is stiff and so I won't use it on my speaker grills. A softer brush would be more helpful on the grills and speaker surrounds but stiff brushes are common to seemingly all but industrial anti static units. Dysons' major claim to fame is that "the ball" won't loose suction. It has filters that have to be cleaned on occasion, or it will, so the claim appears disingenuous to me. The collector is removed, dumped and returned to position easily. It also gets fur balls and such up in an area that can't, and never should be reached so you have to use something long, thin and soft (don't want to scratch all that cosmetic plastic) to pull them out. One last nit to pick: THE BALL! It doesn't maneuver any better, and sometimes worse than other units. I'm a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to vacuuming. I have an overlap pattern while backing up that means the floor is being vacuumed about 3 times. It's a beautiful thing. The side to side motion of the ball ain't all that. Not unlike Jerry Quarry.
Date published: 2015-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I don't know how I lived without it!! With a family in construction and 2 dogs, I had just resigned to having my carpets cleaned frequently. I had no idea that a vacuum would make such a BIG difference! I thought all vacuums were basically the same. I couldn't have been more wrong. I have had my Dyson for a month and haven't had my carpets cleaned once. They couldn't LOOK and FEEL better!! Thanks Dyson!!!
Date published: 2015-07-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unbelievable vacuum! Our family was looking for a vacuum easy to push. Our old one threw my back out. The Dyson is so easy to push. My husband vacuumed our house before we left on a weekend getaway. When we returned home the first thing he did was put together our new Dyson & vacuum. I almost got sick seeing all the dirt picked up from the carpet. Our carpets are 13 years old with regular shampooing & we don't wear shoes in the house. I've never seen a vacuum pick up dirt like that. It even made the carpet look better! The only thing I was disappointed in were the tools that came with it. We did end up buying an additional rotary brush tool to go over small rugs, couches & stairs. Other than that I will most likely always buy a Dyson.
Date published: 2015-07-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this machine! Just bought my Dyson this morning but I already see a big difference. It just picks up so much more dirt then my previous vacuum. And even when the container inside gets full it never losses suction I just love it!
Date published: 2015-07-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Early experience review The machine works as intended and has very good suction power since I bought it in April 2015. It lacks extra tool for the floor that you need to buy if you need it. One issue I found is the need to try several times to lock the vertical handle before it locks securely. I do not know if the problem is with my machine or if it is inherited in its design.
Date published: 2015-07-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Dyson Multi Floor.... I have had this vacuum less than a month...Used the wand maybe four times...It has broken and piece is lodged in the hose with no way of easily getting it out rendering the vacuum somewhat useless.....Not happy....
Date published: 2015-07-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent machine I am very happy with this vacuum. I owned a Sharp machine before, and it didn't do that great of a job. I love the detail and design of a Dyson, and the instructions that came with it were really nicely written and easily understood. I appreciate the simplicity of it. After all, I am just trying to get done a household task that I don't really want to do. At least the machine that helps me should be easy and fun to use! Dyson does that job. Excellent engineering!
Date published: 2015-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Such a great machine! This was a great buy! I got home and used right away. It worked like magic!
Date published: 2015-07-18
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