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Dyson DC29dB

Dyson DC29DB Vacuum Cleaner

1,400W Upright Vacuum Dry 7.9kg Aug 2015
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4 Reasons For

Dyson Vacuum Cleaners Have Good Reviews

High maximum input power vacuums manufactured by Dyson have good reviews on average compared to other manufacturers. We also checked the reviews for all vacuum cleaners (not just high maximum input power vacuums) and found that Dyson also has good reviews across its entire range.

Dry Cleaning Type

The cleaning type of this vacuum cleaner is Dry, which is the most commonly supported cleaning type on vacuum cleaners of a comparable age and type to it.

We compared all the other Dry vacuum cleaners to this vacuum and we think because of it's better review score, the Complete C2[pl_2437162_price], and the Dynamic U1 Cat & Dog PowerLine[pl_2938541_price] both from Miele is also worth considering.

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A Dust Re-Emission Class

The Dyson DC29dB has an A dust re-emission class which is better than most comparable spec vacuum cleaners that have been around for around the same time as it. Most high maximum input power vacuums that are a comparable age to it have a B dust re-emission class.

An A dust re-emission class is in fact the best dust re-emission class amongst all similar spec vacuum cleaners that came out more than a year ago.

An F dust re-emission class is the worst dust re-emission class amongst similar types of vacuum.

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Shallow

Vacuum cleaners that have been around for a comparable time to the DC29dB have depths of between 25mm and 1,200mm, and the average depth is 420mm. At only 302 millimeters, the Dyson DC29dB is fairly shallow compared to most of the other vacuum cleaners of this type and age.

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5 Reasons Against

Does Not Have a Brush Tool

Most high maximum input power vacuums that were launched more than a year ago do not have a brush tool. The Dyson DC29dB is no exception to this as it too does not have a brush tool.

We compared this vacuum cleaner to all the other vacuums with a brush tool and we think the Miele Complete C2[plb_2437162_price] which also has a higher rating is also worth considering.

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Very Low Suction Power

With a suction power of only 250 Watts, the Dyson DC29dB has a quite low suction power compared to most of the other vacuum cleaners of a similar spec and age to the DC29dB. The average suction power of similar spec vacuums that have been on the market for a comparable time to the DC29dB is 610W.

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Quite Loud Noise Level

Across all the vacuums of this type and age the noise levels range from 57dB to 87dB, and the average noise level is 76dB. At 84 decibels, the Dyson DC29dB has a fairly loud noise level compared to most of the other high maximum input power vacuums that have been on the market for around the same time as the DC29dB.

If you would consider a vacuum with a louder noise level then you might want to look at the Dynamic U1 Cat & Dog PowerLine[pl_2938541_price] (80dB and higher rated), or the Complete C2[pl_2437162_price] (80dB and higher rated) both from Miele.

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Not Cordless

The Dyson DC29dB is not cordless. Most of the other vacuum cleaners that came out around the same time as the DC29dB are also not cordless.

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Very Small Dust Capacity

The dust capacities of vacuum cleaners of a comparable spec and age to the DC29dB range from 0.25L to 70L, and the average dust capacity is 14L. At only 2 liters, the Dyson DC29dB has a quite small dust capacity compared to most of the other vacuums that were released one year ago.

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2 Other reasons to consider the Dyson DC29dB

Average Weight

With a weight of 7.9 kilograms, the Dyson DC29dB has a fairly standard weight compared to most of the other high maximum input power vacuums that are a similar age to the DC29dB.

If you are not concerned about having a heavier weight then you might also want to consider the Miele Dynamic U1 PowerLine[plb_2938540_price] (9.7kg).

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Released Over a Year Ago

This high maximum input power vacuum cleaner was released over a year ago.

Specification

Power
Maximum Input Power
Suction Power
Energy Efficiency Class
Annual Energy Consumption
Design
Type
Dust Container
Dust Capacity
Colour
Performance
Cleaning Type
Noise Level
Intended Use
Hard Floor Cleaning Performance Class
Carpet Cleaning Performance Class
Dust Re-Emission Class
Cleaning Surface
Ergonomics
Cord Length
Weight & Dimensions
Weight
Height
Depth
Width

Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers dyson dc29, dyson dc29d, dyson dc29db
Barcodes 05025155021903

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