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Dyson Advice => Vacuum and Appliance Chat => Topic started by: lucandhar on September 17, 2011, 11:33:34 PM

Title: DC22 vs. DC07
Post by: lucandhar on September 17, 2011, 11:33:34 PM
I tried to replace my DC07 with a DC22 allergy some time back after the DC07 cut out when I had people coming over so I rushed to argos and found a DC22 in a clearance sale for 139.99 so I jumped at the chance of a Dyson for that price as I wanted a cylinder for my 3 flights of stairs but was worried that the DC22 wouldn't survive in my house (6 people [two of which have very long hair], two dogs and a cat) but it done well even if it didn't pick up the human hair. Anyway.. Yesterday I done the whole ground floor with the DC22 and pulled up alot of dirt (I vacuum daily) and then went over with the DC07 (I have a boring life  :-X) and the DC07 filled with dog and human hair and other fine dust that was invisible to the naked eye it was like it was brand new all over again I marvel at the dyson  :bow: Although when I usually use the DC22 I believe the core separator technology works as the center is always full of fine dust,

any comparison tests you've ever done?
Title: Re: DC22 vs. DC07
Post by: Mike Aberdeen on September 19, 2011, 12:17:14 AM
Its surprising what a DC01 will pick up (yes, I know we tight Scots still love our DC01's - no jokes please). I have other Dysons that seem to get redistributed back and forth around the family........ but I still like me DC01.  :thumbsup:

Hey, welcome to the site by the way Lucandhar!
Title: Re: DC22 vs. DC07
Post by: Dyson Tech on October 24, 2011, 05:27:48 PM
We sell very few DC22's compared to DC07's.
Title: Re: DC22 vs. DC07
Post by: lucandhar on October 24, 2011, 05:51:11 PM
We sell very few DC22's compared to DC07's.

They never seemed that popular
Title: Re: DC22 vs. DC07
Post by: Vacuum Cleaner House on October 26, 2011, 05:44:06 PM
What you are doing is compairing a straight suction machine to one with a brush roll.
The Cleaning performance of an upright will always beat a cylinder.

The dc22 is a good machine for hard floors but not for carpets. they sell well here but the dc14 & 23 sell better