Dyson is a manufacturer of high-end vacuum cleaners that are easy to manoeuvre and have strong suction. You can also purchase accessories for your Dyson in order to clean hard-to-reach corners, stairs and underneath furniture. If you are interested in a Dyson, you may want to compare the Dyson DC15 and Dyson DC25.
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Both the Dyson DC15 and the DC25 come in two model types: All Floors and Animal. The All Floors model can be used on any type of flooring while the Animal versions are marketed to consumers with household pets. The Animal vacuum cleaners come with an extra tool designed especially to pick up animal hair. Both vacuums use the patented ball technology that allows for easy steering around room obstacles and have a HEPA filtration system in place. They also come with a five-year warranty.
One of the main differences between the two vacuums is that the DC25 has a telescopic wand. This wand has a 16-foot reach and can be used for stairs and high areas. The DC25 also can claim certification by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America to be asthma and allergy friendly.
The DC15 includes more standard cleaning attachment tools than the DC25. In comes with a stair tool, crevice tool, animal turbo head tool, groomer tool and low reach floor tool. The Dyson DC25 includes a combination tool, animal tool and stair tool.
Although the DC25 is larger, it is lighter than the DC15. The DC25 is approximately 42 inches high, 15 inches wide and 12 inches deep, and it weighs about 7.26 Kilogram. The DC15 measures 38 by 13 by 15 and weighs about 9.07 Kilogram.
Pricing for the DC15 and DC25 is similar, averaging between £325 and £390 for a new model. There is about a £32 difference between the All Floors and Animal versions for both the Dyson DC15 and DC25. Since the DC15 is older, you can find better deals on refurbished cleaners. Some retailers sell a refurbished DC15 as low as £130 while the DC25 averages at £227 for a refurbished version.
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