Dyson, headquartered in Wilshire, United Kingdom, produces quality bagless vacuum cleaners featuring Dyson's own cyclonic separation technology. This technology pulls dirt and debris from both your floors and the surrounding air without using filters. Two models of Dyson vacuum cleaners include the DC17 and DC27. The major differences between these two vacuum cleaners are the features and price. You can purchase Dyson vacuum cleaners from local or online retailers.
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The DC17 all floors vacuum cleaner features a lifetime, washable HEPA filter, which captures microscopic particles like pollen and pet dander. It comes with the Level 3 Root Cyclone technology, which ensures that you won't experience a drop in suction power while you're vacuuming. This vacuum is certified by the Allergy Foundation of America as both allergy and asthma friendly. It comes with a one-touch hygienic bin, and it has a button to turn off the motorised brush bar so you don't damage bare floors and rugs. This model comes with a five-year warranty. As of 2011, this vacuum costs £292.4.
Dyson's DC17 model comes with the Quick-draw Telescope Reach wand, which has a 16-foot reach. The suction power of this vacuum is 220 constant air watts. The waste container holds up to 0.63 gallons. This vacuum weighs 9.43kg., and its dimensions are 13.2 inches wide by 16.7 inches deep by 43.5 inches high. It has a 35-foot cord, and the vacuum has a maximum reach of 51 feet. It comes with the crevice, stair, and brush tools. The DC17 vacuum has a fixed wheel movement.
The DC27 iron/red vacuum comes with the standard Root Cycle technology, which also ensures that your vacuum doesn't lose suction. It also has the Quick-draw Telescope Reach want, but this wand has a 17-foot reach. It also comes with hygienic bin. This vacuum comes with a six-month warranty. As of 2011, the vacuum costs £246.90.
The DC27 model has a waste container that holds up to 0.61 gallons, a little less than the DC17 model. It comes with the combination accessory and the stair tools. It doesn't, however, come with the crevice and brush tools like the DC17. It has a suction power of 245 aw, which is more than the DC17 model. It has a maximum reach of 52 feet, and it comes with a 35 foot cord. Its dimensions are 13.5 inches wide by 14.3 inches deep by 42.1 inches high, and it weighs 9.03kg.
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