I was using my absolute gem of a vacuum today (the Dyson DC39) as it's a nice, quiet yet powerful machine similarly like Henry's are
So I was cleaning out another vac I had with it and decided to use a turbo brush on the little rug that got dirty, so I used a vax turboforce mini turbo brush with the MVacs adaptor (such a good adaptor btw
When I attached the turbo brush onto my DC39 I decided to let it spin for a few seconds to see how fast it would go, it was spinning so fast, like literally it was a high pitched turbo brush at this point.
It felt like a mini bomb was inside the turbo brush because it literally exploded, the soleplate went flying across the room (about a few feet), the turbine shattered into about 15 pieces all over the floor and I'm amazed at how powerful the DC39 was to spin the turbo brush so fast to make it break
The turbo brush was even held together by a secure clip holding it all together properly!
Gotta love Dyson suction!
If this doesn't amaze you about Dyson power I don't know what will.
I'm not too bothered because I had a spare turbo brush anyway.