Overview of the Cordless Dyson Vacuum Cleaner DC35
Before going into the specific advantages and disadvantages of the Dyson slim cordless vacuum cleaner DC35, I think it is best to go over some of the technicalities that the Dyson DC35 vacuum cleaner possess -- along with a fair summary of the handless Dyson vacuum cleaner range.
The DC35 multi-floor battery powered vacuum cleaner has the typical 22.2 Volt lithium-ion battery of the Dyson cordless range (the 22.2 volt battery has the ability to recharge at a time of up to three times that faster than that of other competing cordless vacuum cleaners). The DC35 also possesses the Dyson Digital Motor (allowing the DC35 Credit: Amazon.com -- DysonDyson to have a suction power twice that of other alternative handheld vacuum cleaners - as well as allowing it to stake the claim of the 'most power-efficient cordless vacuum cleaner' currently on the market), as well as the patented (hence unique only to the Dyson range) Root Cyclone Technology (allowing for no loss of suction). Furthermore, the DC35 ergonomic cordless vacuum cleaner also comes with a range of lightweight useful tools and attachments (made mainly from carbon fiber and aluminium) for ease of use and adaptability -- such as the 'Rotating Nylon Brushes' in order to remove caught-in dirt from carpets and flooring. The DC35 is approximately weighted as low as 2.25kg with dimensions of (H x W x D) cm: 112.0 x 23.0 x 30.0 -- allowing the Dyson DC35 model to be extremely light and versatile compared to that of a traditional stand up vacuum cleaner. Check the video below for more details on the Dyson Cordless Vacuum 'DC35' Cleaner.
Advantages of the Dyson Cordless Vacuum Cleaner: DC35
The Dyson Power (Dyson Digital Motor) - the real obvious positive aspect of the Dyson wireless vacuum cleaner when compared to that of other cordless stand up vacuum cleaner is simply its sheer suction power (obviously still not as good as many of the main corded traditional mains-powered vacuum cleaner, but a lot better than its main cordless competitors). Furthermore, the suction power doesn't get (noticeably) weaker as the bin fills up either -- from this aspect the DC35 gets it spot on.
Dynamic, Ergonomic, Slim and Looks Great! - if you have ever had a close up of a Dc35 you will know -- that it is a good looking piece of cleaning machinery, that will make most 'keeping up appearances housewives' shiver with envy. But its not just a pretty vacuum -- it is brilliantly designed and thought out piece of cleaning machinery. For example, I personally know it is not just me who is the secret admirer of the one button clean disposition of rubbish. Lightweight, easily controlled, multifunctional (I mean you can even turn it into a handheld!) -- I really think the DC35 makes vacuuming as fun as it is going to get!
Easy to Maintain - the DC35, doesn't need much tender care itself -- the filter for the DC35 is a flexible solid (not like most competitor's paper, rippable, filters) and easily cleaned.
However, one of the main points of the entire concept of the DC35 is the fact it is wireless and light, no longer do you have to be bound by heavy vacuum that is accompanied with the constant annoyance of removing its long tassling wire. The DC35 ultimately is a great piece of machinery for those aren't the biggest fans of cleaning, it is easy - easy to get out, easy to vacuum with and easy to put away (check the pretty cool wall mounted docking station).
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Disadvantages of the Dyson Cordless Vacuum Cleaner: DC35
The Wireless DC35 is Quite Expensive - now there is no getting round this one, the DC35 is pretty expensive (bear in mind there are two versions of the DC35 -- both the slightly more expensive 'animal version' and the cheaper 'multi-floor model'), you are going to be pretty pushed to find a cheaper price than $300.
Doesn't Do Quite the Same Standard of Job - another negative aspect that you may need to consider of the Dyson Cordless DC35 (and was mentioned above) is that it is not going to do as good a job as a mains-connected vacuum cleaner, and is bound to leave the odd and often frustrating piece of dirt behind. However, like I said above -- it will do a pretty decent job and in that's respect the DC35 is great for those who don't need the floor quite as perfect.
Battery Life Quite Low - the battery life is only around 13-15 mins per charge -- as obviously it is battery powered so you are given a rather limited amount of time to vacuum -- but who really wants to spend more time than that vacuuming? It could have perhaps been provided with a bit of greater life span to tide us over though -- and don't forget to recharge it!
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Summary of the Advantages and Disadvantages of the Dyson Cordless Vacuum Cleaner: DC35
Overall, I think the DC35 vacuum cleaner is a great little piece of machinery -- however it does come into some faults like those mentioned above. Obviously, the list above is a rather 'tongue in cheek attempt' so you may find additional advantages and disadvantages (and problems) that I have not raised above. However, hopefully the list gives a fair review of the users of Dyson DC35s -- and helpful to those who are interested in buying a Dyson cordless DC35.
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