What should you look for when buying Dyson Ball Animal Upright Vacuum?
Self adjusting cleaner head Seals in suction across carpets and hard floors. Wand and hose release in one smooth action, so it s easy to clean up high and under furniture. Hygienic bin emptying Just push the button to release the dirt. Whole machine HEPA filtration ensures allergens and bacteria are trapped inside the machine. Ball technology Steers easily into difficult places
What is the advantage of this Dyson Ball Animal Upright Vacuum?
Re-engineered for even better carpet performance.
*Suction tested to ASTM F558 at the cleaner head, dust- loaded against upright market.
Dyson Ball Animal can be steered with a turn of the wrist for cleaning in difficult places.
We subject Dyson Ball Multi Floor to 12,800 hours of rigorous testing including 663 individual tests.
Certified asthma allergy friendly.
Tangle-free Turbine tool removes hair from carpets and upholstery.
Seals in suction across carpets and hard floors. The motorized brush bar with stiff nylon bristles drives deep into carpet to remove ground-in dirt.
Our hose and wand release in one smooth action, making it easy to clean up high.
The Dyson ball animal upright vacuum has the strongest suction of any vacuum. It uses Radial root cyclone technology and a self-adjusting cleaner head to remove more dirt and microscopic allergens from the home. The brush bar bristles have been made shorter and stiffer allowing deeper carpet penetration to remove more dirt, while maintaining superior performance on hard floors. Ideal for allergy sufferers and pet owners, it has whole machine HEPA filtration and comes with extra cleaning tools.
Customer reviewsNot for new carpet
We have new plush carpet in our living room. This vacuum could not cope. The beater bar bristles, roller assembly, whatever you call it dug itself into the pile and clamped down. It would not move forward or back. I called Dyson support and was told that yeah, the vacuum won t work on new plush carpet and I should return it. So I did. For a company that stakes its reputation on engineering, it seems like Dyson could have or should have figured out a way to address this problem. The vacuum we ended up with has both a height adjustment and suction adjustment.