Conclusion Dyson DC31 is the most powerful handheld vacuum cleaner that I’ve tried in my entire life, honestly. It has the best suction power, yet it is very compact in size. Carrying it around the house or to your car is easy and since almost everything is detachable, the DC31 is also easy to store.
Conclusion The Dyson DC31 Handheld vacuum is widely available but consumer reviews and ratings at this time are sparse. Having said that, those that can be found are not too bad. It seems the DC31 is an improvement over the DC16, Dyson's first handheld attempt. Like other Dyson vacuums the DC31 uses Dyson's patented Root Cyclone technology, needs no vacuum bags, and comes with washable filters (which Dyson say you should wash with cold water at least every month).
Avantages: Charge lasts longer than 10 minutes because only “on” when trigger squeezed, The “low” power setting is sufficient for most vacuuming, Very light, Good for stairs and automobiles
Contre: Charge lasts longer than 10 minutes because only “on” when trigger squeezed, The “low” power setting is sufficient for most vacuuming, Very light, Good for stairs and automobiles
Extrait The DC31 handheld vacuum is here to terminate not just debris, but also Dustbusters, Dirt Devils, Sharks and other inferior portable suckers. Looking like the unholy crossbreed of a power drill, a French press and an aardvark, the DC31 also roars like a 747 when you pull its trigger. That’s because the vac’s 65 air-watts of suction power come courtesy of a turbine that spins at more than 100,000 rpm.
Avantages: Sucks like it means it. Accidentally swallowed wedding rings are easy to retrieve from crystal-clear debris chamber. Retractable dust-brush head for when you want to hit the crevices.
Contre: Big, unwieldy, and weighs in at a wrist-tiring three pounds. Priced higher than many full-size upright vacuums. No wall-mount dock for charging/putting on display.
Extrait My Dyson DC31 Animal vacuum review : So, you may be thinking the Dyson DC31 Animal vacuum is priced a bit high for a hand-held model (retails for $270). Is the price justified? Well, the answer is yes and no – in my opinion. For a hand-held, this vacuum cleaner absolutely demolishes the competition. It has superb suction, a great motorized roller brush for picking up pet hair and it just looks cool. It’s also great for couches, cars and other hard to reach areas.
Sommaire: 120 years ago the electric motor was invented and although it has had minor changes it remains more or less the same as it was then. James Dyson has invented a totally new and considerably lighter offering, just one of the new things in this latest handheld unit.
Sommaire: The normal household upright or cylinder vacuum cleaner can sometimes be just too large and cumbersome for a small job. Dyson ’s DC31 meets the need for a convenient handheld machine when one just needs to do a quick clean up.