A modern home can be difficult to maintain and a vacuum cleaner can be really helpful in doing some of the dirty work.
The cords of vacuum cleaners are usually bothersome. This is where Dyson scores big. If one were to spot a Dyson vacuum cleaner somewhere, you may be hard-pressed to guess what that the device really does, because it looks nothing like a vacuum cleaner. It looks more like a broom out of a Harry Potter book that does more than just cleaning.
The unit I reviewed is the top-of-the-line Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute Pro. From its form to its dust compartment to the way it gets charged, the powerful stick vacuum cleaner is a different beast altogether. Once charged, the machine can be used for up to 60 minutes. There are several attachments provided with it to enable you to use the machine to its fullest potential.
It does a good job of sucking dirt out of sofas, curtains and carpets. There are attachments that help you reach difficult spots and some work better than the others. There is a flexible extension hose to clean your car as well. The machine can be charged using a regular charger or also hung on a dock. You can also convert it from a stick cleaner to a handheld cleaner at the press of a button.
At Rs 45,000, Dyson’s vacuum cleaner is versatile for Indian homes where dust gathers easily. Just wish it could also clean those ceiling fans as effectively as it cleans carpets.