We understand sometimes the lure of the newest, shiniest model is too much temptation, especially if your Dyson is 10 years old or more and 'accidentally' fell down the stairs.
If you have been out of the vacuum cleaner market for 10 years or more and don't know your Dyson ball from your Dyson radial root cyclone we'll quickly bring you up to speed.
Who better to give the new models a thorough review than an independent expert who has fixed over 15,000 Dysons and still repairs them every day!
There's nothing worse than a salesman trying to sell you something, ANYTHING to make a sale!
We're not interested if you buy it or not as long as you feel like you've made an informed decision when you do.
Personally, I see so many people who have not been given good advice when they have bought their Dyson, by the time they find out it is not what they needed it's too late and they are anywhere from £200-£400+ out of pocket.
Click below on the vacuum cleaner model you prefer whether it be an upright, cylinder or handheld.
Turbine heads are available for these models for carpets but these are suction powered so generally do not have the same power as a motorised brushbar, for small areas of carpet the turbine head will be more than sufficient.
Handhelds & cordless are two separate things in Dyson lingo, the main difference is handheld is just the main body with the usual tool attachments like the one pictured, the cordless is the same but has a long extension which allows you to vacuum the floor standing up. In other words the handheld model would be good for cleaning the car or stairs whereas the cordless model is an all in one.
The main concern with these models for customers is battery life, the ones that will be reviewed range from 15 minutes to 26 minutes which in our opinion is more than enough as long as you are not using it as your main vacuum cleaner. Be aware though like all batteries capacity decreases with time, give it a year or two and you won't be getting the same amount of time out of it.