Dyson DC05 Reviews
Product Type: Dyson vacuums
Newest Review: ... stick to the floor and make it hard to push backwards and forwards, however the Dyson glides over floors and effortlessly ... more
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Customer Dyson DC05 Reviews (25)
by - written on 17/03/03, updated on 17/03/03 (Very useful, 796 readings)
Well that’s it, it’s finally happened! My vacuum cleaner has finally gone to that great Hoover bag in the sky! Now I am faced with a dilemma – just purchase another £50 cylinder cleaner, or blow the bank and spend £200 on a Dyson. Now, I am not the richest of people, I usually have too much month at the end of my money (to paraphrase an advert I saw recently for a loan company!) so the cheap option would obviously make more sense. Or would it? Weighing up the options: 1. Okay, number one obviously has to be the cost. 2. My old vacuum, although only a Goblin – not the largest or heaviest cylinder cleaner ever – made a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/00, updated on 08/07/02 (Very useful, 2796 readings)
*Update at end* Despite some very careful research into the relative merits of Dysons before parting with my hard-earned cash, it still took a glass or two of wine to ease my decision to spend over £200 on a vacuum cleaner. Like other people I've read opinions from here, my previous machine was a Vax, and *never* again! Maybe I had a faulty model, but the head kept falling off and it never quite seemed to get the lovely (ugh, inherited from previous house-owner!) brown carpets in the kids' bedrooms looking clean. Another appealing aspect to the Dyson was the anti-allergy filters as I'm allergic to dust..... After cleaning ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/08 (Very useful, 180 readings)
I purchased the Dyson DC05 about two and a half years ago after buying endless amounts of cheap hoovers, just for them to break after a few months or not work properly in the first place. I bought this from my catalogue as i couldnt afford to go out and buy one out right. It was advertised as being £179.99 but i had an code for money off and ended up paying £120. The hoover is grey and yellow in colour and has a see through bin which holds all the dust that is sucked up the hose. The advantages to having a clear bin are, you are able to see when your hoover needs emptying, it is very easy to empty as you can see that everything has been tipped into the bin, if ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/02, updated on 02/07/02 (Very useful, 574 readings)
£230 for a vacuum cleaner!!!! Surely you'd have to be crazy! when you can get them for £50 or even less. That's what I thought when we bought our first hoover, a few years ago. And so, for the next 2 years, I spent countless hours hoovering the same spot 14 times to get one cat hair up, buying bags by the bucket load and swearing repeatedly because I had lost the attachments to the, now very wonky looking plastic tubes - probably due to the fact that the only way I could make the carpet look clean was to use the hard floor brush 'mode' of the vac on the carpets! And then.....just as the dustmite population was reaching ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/04/02, updated on 14/02/05 (Very useful, 411 readings)
A few months before we moved to our huge new house, I managed to persuade my Partner that the cheap vacuum cleaner he was using was a false economy. To be honest the one he had did not so much act as a vacuum cleaner it was more a noisy broom. The carpets were scrubbed with the vacuum to get them clean. To see his face once we got the DC05 was a picture, gone are the days of back breaking effort, now it seemed a pleasure, if house work can be described as a pleasure to clean the floors. The cleaner itself, well ours is a lovely purple and lime colour, but this was not really that important as when its not being used we do not keep it on display. My ... Read the complete review
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