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Dyson Small Ball Upright Vacuum

Dyson Small Ball Upright Vacuum
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Be on the ball. Dyson's Small Ball upright vacuum helps you maneuver around furniture, obstacles, and into difficult places while its 19 two-tier Radial Cyclones work to increase airflow and capture fine dust. It's lightweight for easy lifting up stairs, and takes up less storage space than a full-size upright. Empty the bin by pressing a button--and without dirtying your hands. From Dyson.

  • Includes Dyson Small Ball upright vacuum, combination tool, and stair tool
  • Lightweight for easy lifting
  • Self-adjusting cleaner head automatically adjusts between carpeted and hard floors
  • Direct-drive motor pushes bristles deeper into carpet
  • 19 cyclones arranged across two tiers work in parallel to increase airflow and capture fine dust
  • Latest Ball Technology to maneuver easily around furniture, obstacles, and into difficult places
  • Single button releases dirt from bin
  • Cable, wand, and hose extend to 42'
  • Measures approximately 31-3/4"H x 11"W x 14"D; weighs 12.15 lbs
  • ETL listed; 5-year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Imported

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Dyson Small Ball Upright Vacuum is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Dyson and wood floors don't mix I bought a dyson from qvc a few years back and while I think it is a well made vacuum and love the lightweight, it has proven to be a disappointment. I have a lot of hardwood and marble in my house and it just doesn't pick up small particles at all! It does ok on rugs and carpets but is almost useless on hard surfaces. I bought a bissell rechargeable small vac that does much better. I think it depends on how much carpet you have as to the satisfaction with dyson vacuums. Has anyone had better luck with Sharks?
Date published: 2017-06-21
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