Touted in everything from TV commercials to the tagline emblazoned on the side of the product itself, this is the first vacuum that doesn’t lose suction. But I had to see for myself how good it was. We were ready to replace our old vacuum anyway, and after seeing what I’ve seen so far, I’m glad we did. Before we even took it out of the box, we vacuumed the living room rug with our old Hoover (with an almost-new bag in it). Then we vacuumed the exact same rug with the Dyson, and look at how much filth it was able to pick up! Keep in mind that this was after having just vacuumed with a a conventional model.
We’re sold. Yes, they are expensive as hell, but they are apparently worth it — you get what you pay for, right? And, I’m jazzed that we’ll never have to buy another vacuum cleaner bag again, which, according to the Dyson literature, is a $500 million per year industry. No wonder the other vacuum manufacturers hate James Dyson so much. If you want a vacuum that *really* picks up the dirt in your home, then you have no other choice. You have to choose a Dyson. Go buy one now! Hmmm, does Dyson have a referral program?