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Dyson DC25 Ball All-Floors Upright Vacuum Cleaner

I picked up my Dyson DC25 Ball All-Floors Upright Vacuum Cleaner almost a year ago, and it’s one of the best vacuums I’ve ever owned.  I personally am a bagless fan.  You don’t have to worry about not having a bag on hand.  If you ever wondered what your vacuum wasn’t picking up, the  Dyson DC25 Ball All-Floors Upright Vacuum Cleaner will definitely show you.  Before we switched to this vacuum, I vacuumed Will’s room with our old Hoover.  I then used this and filled the entire canister.  Will’s room is only 9’x11′.  Crazy, I know!  Not only does this vacuum work on carpet, it works great on hardwood floors too!  I have used this vacuum in every room in my house.  It just amazes me what it picks up.  Now, I think one of the few things it can’t pick up is pretzel rods.  I think I’ve tried pretty much everything too — crackers, playdoh, etc.  The handle also pulls out so you can easily get up high places and even steps without too much trouble.

Now, I know that the Dyson DC25 Ball All-Floors Upright Vacuum Cleaner is only the pricey side.  I thought the same thing.  However, sometimes you have to spend money to get quality, and the Dyson DC25 Ball All-Floors Upright Vacuum Cleaner is definitely a quality machine.

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15 thoughts on “Dyson DC25 Ball All-Floors Upright Vacuum Cleaner”

  1. I have a Dyson upright too although its not the roller ball one. Dyson vacuums are fabulous. I have had mine for almost 3 years and it has not lost suction at all. It is brilliantly designed and I agree with you that you would not believe what these vacuums pick up from your carpet! I use mine on the hardwood as well and its also great for cleaning vehicles. It is well worth the money. 🙂

  2. I have two dogs and love my Dyson. Before our Dyson vacuum we had a Rainbow. Just let me tell you, dog hair and the water in the Rainbow vacuum, no matter how many drops of their smell additives you drop into it, can't hide the odor of wet dog hair. Then you have to find some place outside to dump the glump too. Nasty with dog hair, just yuck to the max.
    So, it's so great with the Dyson. No bags to buy for it either, but don't have a wet dog hair odor, nor do you have to find a place outside to dump the glump. There is no way I'd dump a Rainbow's water down my drains with all that dog hair. I like how the filters on the Dyson can be washed and reused after they are dry. Like I said, I love my Dyson. 😛

  3. my old roommate had this vacuum and i really had a hard time parting with it. once i get more rug, i will definitely be buying one again.

  4. I live in a neighborhood where EVERY home is "green built certified" this means that, to have that certification, the builder built no homes with carpet. All the main floors are polished concrete and the upper floors wood. The bathrooms all have tile and/or slate in every home.

  5. The Dyson DC25 is great because it’s a Dyson, it rolls on a ball, and it’s got the attachments to really deep clean your home. But the best thing about it is the suction. The Dyson dc25 is currently one of the leading models because of its ease of use and superior efficiency. When browsing a store, these vacuums can seem very expensive, but there are many alternatives online that give the consumer the best prices.

  6. This would be the vacuum cleaner of my dream! I hate cleaning and sweeping the floors!! And thi gadget would do that all for me!!

  7. We got the Dyson DC25 Animal for the ridiculous amount of cat and dog hair our home generates (3 cats, 2 dogs)! And we also have an 8-year old DC14 which is still going strong for our basement berber carpet. I agree, this is definitely one of those products/brands where the quality and performance is worth the relatively high price tag!

  8. The Dyson vacuum is really great. I bought one recently a few weeks ago and it definitely does well at home. The best vacuum I ever owned. It's remarkably well designed to clean all types of floors. THUMBS UP!

  9. I much prefer bagless vacuums because the loss of suction when the bag was full drove me crazy, and when removing the bags I got sprayed in dust particles, so I switched.

  10. I genuinely like this machine too, however as a repairer I would caution people to be a little wary with teh size of rubbish they pick up. The airways of this model are slightly smaller than other uprights and so is prone to blockages from things like those bread bag ties. Great vacuum just look after it 🙂

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