I used to sell vacuums. You won't be disappointed. We had a demo one day where we took a Kirby over a carpeted area and then the dyson just to show how much more it picked up after the Kirby. This was when the dyson first come out.wallmaxx said:Just used my Hilton points to get this. I hope it sucks. I'll write a review once it arrives and gets to work.
wallmaxx said:***Update*** So I had read a bunch of 5-star reviews on Amazon.....how the vacuum was amazing. So I thought I'd recreate some of the experiments. Step 1: Our former vacuum...a 12.0 amp Kenmore Progressive Direct Drive upright (Model: 116 31913100) was used to vacuum the entire carpeted region of the house. Step 2: The new Dyson DC65 Animal Control was easily assembled (someone on Amazon said it was difficult.......not at all). The entire carpeted area was vacuumed by the Dyson IMMEDIATELY AFTER BEING "CLEANED" BY THE KENMORE MACHINE....................holy moly!!!!:clap: No joke. The Dyson sucked up a full canister of "stuff"!! This machine is an amazing tool.
Same here with the cordless, only like 7 minutes of use before battery diesBought the handheld cordless one for the house and I'm tented to get one for the trailer for clean up. Battery don't last long though so that's the only down side.
There's really nothing in it between them. Back when I sold both brands miele didn't have an upright and dyson didn't have a canister so they both were great for each market. Now they both do uprights and canisters there's not a lot in it between them. The upright dysons do blow the miele's away though. The miele's are built like brick **** houses though. The dysons got so many parts on them there is a lot to go wrong if you drop them down the stairs or give them a quick knock onto hard ground.Inner10 said:Bull, Miele kills Dyson.
Agreed. Most of our house is tile. When it comes to remodel each room, they will get a solid floor. No carpet. Maybe a throw rug here and there.I hate carpet
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We ended up with a Miele upright. Great vacuumsAgreed. Most of our house is tile. When it comes to remodel each room, they will get a solid floor. No carpet. Maybe a throw rug here and there.
Having said that......Dyson works great on solid floors.:thumbsup: