Dyson DC39 Multi Floor

Summary

Pros

  • Lots of technology
  • Easy to manoeuvre
  • HEPA filter

Cons

  • Heavy
  • Have to clean the filter every month
  • Expensive for a small machine

Review Price £300.00

Key Features: Dyson Ball technology; HEPA filter; Root Cyclone technology

Manufacturer: Dyson

Dyson DC39 Multi Floor

The Dyson DC39 Multi Floor features an impressive collection of Dyson Ball™ technology, Radial Root Cyclone™ technology and Musclehead™ technology with all this inner tech wizardry combining to make a machine that not only performs well but is easy to use.

For example, Dyson Ball™ technology means that it’s easy to move around. On traditional vacuum cleaners you can only really go forward and backwards at a slightly angle because of the wheels, but as the Dyson DC39 uses a ball to steer instead meaning you can move around in any direction you fancy. The ball also doesn’t dig into any carpet pile. Even though the Dyson DC39 is 7.5kg, which is quite heavy, it’s easy to use and manoeuvre around furniture.

Radial Root Cyclone™ features improve the suction with the inside of the Dyson DC39 being designed specifically to reduce turbulence so that the airflow is stronger and therefore so is the suction. But it’s the Musclehead™ tech that makes the Dyson DC39 Multi Floor easiest to use — self-adjusting so that it can cope equally well on different floor types. If you’re vacuuming your entire downstairs and move from the carpeted living room to the tiled kitchen to the wood-floored study, the Dyson DC39 Multi Floor will be able to cope equally well on all.

As it’s bagless, the Dyson DC39 Multi Floor is very easy and hygienic to empty. The dust capacity of the bin is only two litres, though, so you’ll have to pop back and forth to the bin quite often if you have a pet or something that will need lots to be sucked up. Also, although it’s great that there’s a HEPA filter that reduces the spread of allergy-irritating particles of dust, hair and pollen, you have to clean the filter once a month and that’s a bit of a pain.