Dyson DC40 Review


Dyson DC40
  • Editor Rating

  • Rated 4.5 stars
  • Outstanding
£299.99
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  • Dyson DC40
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  • Last modified: July 7, 2015
  • Build Quality
    Editor: 92%
  • Features
    Editor: 88%
  • Ease of Use
    Editor: 90%
  • Attractiveness
    Editor: 88%
  • Performance
    Editor: 92%
  • Value for Money
    Editor: 88%

Review Summary:

The Dyson DC40 is a bit on the pricey side, but if it is in your price range, this model is a great purchase. You get suction that removes even the deepest dirt and dust in the carpet and it can transition seamlessly from working on carpets to working on hard flooring. When you consider the effectiveness, the ease of use and the build quality, it makes this machine a really good value for those who can afford it.

With the Dyson DC40 upright vacuum, consumers get the quality engineering and user-friendly features that they expect from Dyson. It has exceptional suction for getting deep into carpeting, it is easy to steer and it offers good versatility. This model also has an A Energy Rating for solid efficiency and an estimated annual energy consumption of 26 Kilowatt hours.

To start with, you have to talk about how well this machine lifts dirt and dust from carpets. It uses a radial design in the arrangement of the cyclones and this provides for more efficient and effective airflow. The user gets good, reliable suction that is even throughout the area covered by the vacuum’s head. It works great for getting deep set-in dirt and it has no problem with things like pet hair.

For steering, this model also performs much better than many of the competing models. It comes with the Dyson Ball steering system. The ball turns and pivots with ease, allowing the user to turn the unit or angle it around an object with little more than a turn of the wrist.

The DC40 also really shines in the versatility department. Like many vacuums, this model is suitable for both hard floors and carpets, but this machine makes that transition much easier. With most vacuums, the user needs to adjust the machine before they can transition from one type of flooring to another. The Dyson DC40 uses an active base plate system to automatically adjust the head to the type of flooring that is being cleaned. This means that you can move from one type of flooring to the next without having to stop the machine to mess with different knobs and levers.

In addition to working on hard floors and carpets, this machine also comes with a variety of cleaning tools that are effective and easy to use. You get a tool for cleaning stairs and upholstery and you also get a combination tool that can be good for cleaning crevices and for dusting. The hose and wand assembly detach easily and the tools fit with no problems. You can move from cleaning the floors to dusting with little hassle.

For maintenance, this machine seems to be very well designed. It is a bagless model with a 1.6 litre bin capacity. The dustbin comes out very easily and Dyson has designed a hygienic bag emptying system to make the process a little cleaner and easier. Additionally, this upright model comes with a washable filter that is good for the life of the machine. That means no searching for filters and spending extra cash on replacing them.

With this model, you also get the reliability that comes with a brand like Dyson. The DC40 may be a little pricey, but it is well built for a long operating life and it comes with 5-year limited warranty from the manufacturer.

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Pros

First-rate suction and great cleaning abilities
Works on carpets and hard floors
Self-adjusts to floor type
Convenient tools for more cleaning capabilities
Handles like a dream
Easy to use controls right near your hands
Filter system makes it good for people with allergies

Cons

This model is a little loud

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