Are Brand Name Dyson Vacuum Cleaners Worth it?
I’ve always wondered about those Dyson vacuum cleaners that are so popular in commercials. However, since they seemed outside my price range, I never took the time to really investigate the features and benefits. But, now feels like a good time to take a look at dyson.com and see what all the hype is about, and find out why a Dyson vacuum cleaner is different. I really hope there’s narration by that British guy…
OK, so his name is James Dyson, and over three decades he went through 5,127 prototypes relying on his wife’s income as an artist to build a company that now makes him worth 1.45 billion pounds, which is over 2 billion US dollars! If asked, he would not say he’s a businessman, though, but a designer and engineer. His dedication and hard work has obviously paid off, and at 64 he can still be found working right alongside the engineers at Dyson’s headquarters, covering an area of four rugby fields in southwest England.
Built on his patented Root Cyclone technology, a Dyson vacuum is unlike any other vacuum cleaning machine, even if it has been made to look like a Dyson. Basically, instead of relying on bags and filters to trap dust, the power of the central vortex and circularly surrounding multiple cyclones creates a force that literally spins the dirt out of the air. This is why the company can boast that their products don’t lose suction—picking up more dirt and expelling cleaner air.
Continually improving their machines, the Dyson team offers trademarked Ball technology, increasing the mobility of uprights that are conventionally on four fixed wheels. Their digital motors are smaller, more energy efficient and powerful; and their Airmuscle™ cleaner heads pick up even more dirt. See for yourself if these upright, cylinder and handheld vacuum cleaners, including specific units for pet owners and allergy sufferers, are worth the investment.