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The Dyson DC30



Cordless handheld model with a brushless switched reluctance motor. Can provide 6 minutes of high and constant suction. It is smaller, lighter and more powerful than the DC16, which uses a conventional motor. The DC30 has a yellow cyclone manifold.

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The Dyson DC31

A cordless handheld model, with the same motor technology as the DC30, but with a larger battery and dual power for more runtime.



10 minutes of high constant suction (at the same level as the DC30 above) or 6 minutes with 70% higher suction. Available as DC31 with a blue (UK and AUS), yellow (US), or red (EU) cyclone manifold, or the DC31 Animal which has a purple cyclone manifold.

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The Dyson DC32

The Dyson DC32 is for all intents and purposes the same as >>the DC23<<.

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The Dyson DC33 and DC33c

Confusingly, there are two Dyson models designated DC33: The DC33 and the DC33c.

The DC33 Upright:



The DC33 is an upright vacuum cleaner that replaced the DC27. Revised version of the DC27/DC28. Replacement for the DC14, upright wheeled cleaner that does not use ball technology. Available as Multi Floor (Yellow), Stubborn (White), Animal (Purple), i (Red). The DC33 has a plastic telescopic pole with smaller diameter than the metal telescopic pole of the DC14, so attachments from older Dyson's such as the DC14 do not fit the DC33.



This model more closely resembles the old DC14 than the DC27 did, using exactly the same style of floorhead as the DC14, DC07 and DC04. The plastic wand pole has been criticised as a lowering of quality from the older metal type, and also causes the main spine of the cleaner to flex more, without the support of the metal wand.



The fact that older model's tools were not interchangeable was also criticised, with many buyers trading up from the DC07 or DC14 to the DC33, and finding that their old tools would not fit, but Manchester Vacs were the first to address that with an adaptor. The DC33 uses a single motor for the suction and to drive the brushroll via a mechanical clutch as on the DC04, DC07 and DC14. This unit has been discontinued as of July 2013. The DC33 was the last of the standard non-ball Dyson vacuums, and for some, regarded as the last "proper" Dyson.

The DC33c:

In mainland Europe, the DC33c is a cylinder machine that is similar to the DC37 and DC39.






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The Dyson DC34


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The Dyson DC35



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Dyson Digital Slim. Similar design to the DC30/31/34 but with detachable extension tube, modified electronics and motorised brush head. Launched in 2009. It was replaced by the Dyson V6 Cordless vacuum.

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The Dyson DC36

Same as the DC38. The model badged for Japan, France, South Korea and Canada.


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The Dyson DC37

Same as a DC39. The model badged for Continental Europe and Canada.


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The Dyson DC38

The DC38 is a smaller version of the DC39.



Seen above side by side with a larger DC39 for comparison purposes.


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The Dyson DC39




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The Dyson DC40

The DC40 was launched in 2012 and is basically a DC41 (see below) but in a slimmer budget form. It's lightweight, however the cable is shorter, the bin is smaller, the cleaner head is not as wide on early non-ERP models, the motor provides less suction power and the tubes are thinner.


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The Dyson DC41



The DC41 was launched in 2011. It had several new design features. Primarily, the active base plate. This is a springy soleplate designed to adjust to any carpet height and any type of flooring and seal in the suction to make optimal contact. Secondly, all the tubing and wiring is inside the ball so there's all the weight in one centre and this also makes the ball more manoeuvrable  as there is nothing around the round ball to get in the way.

Furthermore, radial root cyclone technology to capture more dirt and dust than any other cyclone. You get a direct air path for direct airflow which is one of the reasons why this is more powerful than previous models.

In addition, there's a long and narrow sock design pre motor filter for a larger surface area to capture more allergens and bacteria.

The lack of a foot pedal kick stand allows convenience for the user and also in event of the vacuum being dropped, the stabilisers recline rather than break hence why so many DC25s needed a complete chassis replacement.

The ducting is all rounded to optimise airflow like with the DC04/07 models. No bottleneck tubing.

The wand and hose have been improved for quick removal, the handle remains on the vacuum body whilst the plastic wand and hose  are only in use. The lack of a handle gives more flexibility as it could get in the way of reaching awkward places like under sofas for example.

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Finally, people complained the plastic was flexible, however this was done to minimise snapping of plastics. They can now absorb shocks rather than the "solid" plastic which shattered after being under shock.

Problems with the the DC41: Early DC41s are generally disliked by the after-market refurbishing trade due to them being more flimsy than their predecessors making warranties problematical. There was also a design fault (that Dyson improved with the MK2 ERP versions) that meant the central soleplate wheel came out, this causes wear to the wheel mounting on the cleanerhead gearbox and the machine becomes very hard to push as it sucks down to the floor harder. That is explained in more detail here: >>Stripping Down a DC41 Cleaner Head: Brushroll Motor & Design Faults<<. The red cyclone release catch is also well-known to break, but we sell replacements for those.

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The Dyson DC42

Same as the DC40 - sold in Canada.

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The Dyson DC43

Same as the DC41 above but one - sold in Canada.

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The Dyson DC44

Essentially the same as a DC35.

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