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Title: Anyone had experience of a DC32
Post by: lucandhar on September 25, 2011, 04:22:35 PM
Anyone have or used a DC32, considering buying one but as I have quite a big house, lots of kids and animals and thick carpets..

Any reviews appreciated!
Title: Re: Anyone had experience of a DC32
Post by: MVacs on September 25, 2011, 06:06:00 PM
You mean the cylinder?

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They are the same as a DC23T2 with a different colour schemes and extra tools.

We have a DC23 in the shop.  ;)
Title: Re: Anyone had experience of a DC32
Post by: lucandhar on September 25, 2011, 06:14:00 PM
You mean the cylinder?

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They are the same as a DC23T2 with a different colour schemes and extra tools.

We have a DC23 in the shop.  ;)

I like that red colour.. very striking & unusual, that one has the same wand as my DC22.. not the one that's adjustable :(
Title: Re: Anyone had experience of a DC32
Post by: Vacuum Cleaner House on September 28, 2011, 02:25:55 AM
Get an upright if you have lots of animals, dc07 14 27,33 any of those models, the dc32 is a dc23 without the stowaway hose , the uprights offer bigger bin capacity and far superior cleaning ability. I have a dc23animal that we use only for the hard floors and I am always having to clean out the cyclone as stuff gets stuck in it. If you must have a cylinder a dc19t2
I am so sorry that I sold my 19 and replaced it with the 23. its not a bad machine but the dc19 is far better. stuff never got stuck in its cyclone.

we also have a dc25 and a dc27 for the carpets , the 2 is nice but the bin is to small , other wise wait for the dc41 to arrive, some freinds have bought them in the states and all are raving about it , apparantly its great for getting pet hair of carpet