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Dyson Vacuum vs Kirby Sentria Vacuums

By Edited May 4, 2015 0 1

When purchasing a new vacuum cleaner for your home it is important to consider what your actual needs are, when it comes to day to day cleaning and the kinds of messes that occur in your home.

Two of the top brands on the market today are the Dyson Vacuum and the Kirby Vacuum. These two can be compared on many levels, but for the purposes of this article we will compare power, ease of use, and cost.

Dyson Vacuum vs Kirby, lets see how they stack up against each other in these three categories. A very important factor when choosing a vacuum is its power. When comparing a Dyson Vacuum vs Kirby, it is important to note that that a Dyson has more amps than a Kirby.

A Dyson DC14 Animal has twelve amps and a Kirby Diamond has seven amps. A Dyson also does not loose suction power as it's canister fills, whereas a Kirby's suction power gradually decreases as it's bag starts to fill.

When it comes to bags vs canisters, canisters are much less expensive to maintain and clean, whereas bags have to be replaced and purchased regularly. The Dyson is more powerful, and does not require an added expense to keep it running correctly. Vacuuming ones house is hard work, especially if you have a bulky, hard to maneuver vacuum cleaner.

As far as ease of use is concerned a Dyson vacuum vs Kirby vary a great deal. Kirby vacuums are big and bulky. There are hard to get up the stairs, and hard to maneuver into tight corners where the dirt and dust can collect.

The Dyson, however, especially the models with the Dyson ball, are able to fit into tight corners and reach the areas that get ignored regularly by big traditional vacuums. They also weigh less, and are very easy to transport around the house, when you are cleaning. In basic terms, the Dyson is easier to use.

The biggest issue when comparing these two vacuum cleaners is probably the price. The average Kirby vacuum cleaner costs roughly $900. The Dyson vacuum, however, costs between $250 and $350 depending on the size and features you choose. In today's rough economy, shelling out $900 for a vacuum cleaner, is not something most families are able to afford.

The Dyson vacuum is reasonably priced, and the average family can afford to purchase one. A Dyson vacuum also comes with a five year parts and labor warranty in case something goes wrong with your new vacuum.

When comparing a Dyson Vacuum vs Kirby, it is a matter of details. Both vacuums have good reputations, but a Kirby is better suited for industrial work such as hotels and shopping malls.

For the average person, a powerful, easy to use, relatively inexpensive vacuum like a Dyson is a better choice than an industrial sized, expensive, and hard to operate vacuum like the Kirby. The choice is ultimately up to you the consumer, so choose wisely, and look forward to living in a home with clean floors.



Mar 11, 2013 6:52pm
I hope anyone reading this will first try before believing this article . I have done just that. My mother left me a a Dyson when she passed and she barely used it. I have a 2003 diamond edition kirby and it sucks the life out of the Dyson. The Dyson needs more power because of how it is made and it still doesn't out perform the kirby. Dysons look good and the commercials look good and people are convinced that they are great vacuums but the vacuum is covered in dirt that blows out of the bagless canister. I just don't get the hype over the Dyson. The only complaints about a kirby are the sales tactics. Research before you buy.
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