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4 Reasons For
Across all vacuums, the DC50 Animal is one the most popular products currently available for purchase.
Dyson Vacuum Cleaners Have Good Reviews
We checked 12,041 expert and user reviews for Dyson vacuum cleaners and found that on average Dyson has good ratings compared to other brands. We also found that Dyson has good ratings specifically for its vacuums.
Only Released Three Months Ago
This vacuum is one of the latest vacuums to be released.
Owner Reviews Are Good
Based on 997 owner reviews the average owner rating of this vacuum is 85 out of 100.
3 Reasons Against
Does Not Have a Brush Tool
The Dyson DC50 Animal does not have a brush tool. Most of the other recently released vacuums also do not have a brush tool.
We compared all the other vacuum cleaners which also have a brush tool to this vacuum cleaner and we think the VAX H85-AC21-B-E (£151.95) is also worth considering.
The DC50 Animal is not cordless. Most of the other latest vacuums are also not cordless.
Pricey Compared to Other Vacuum Cleaners That Were Released in the Last 12 Months
We think this vacuum cleaner looks expensive for a vacuum that was released in the last year. We checked 52 vacuum cleaners that were released in the last 12 months and they range in price from £50 to £313.
This is my very first review. I felt compelled to write re my disappointment & frustration over this expensive purchase. The good news; I am a dyed in the wool Dyson fan. I have a DC23 canister... Read more…
This is like a toy hoover the head is quite small so takes twice as long to hoover. Wish i had gone for DC40 instead. Also the head is not slanted on the pull out long bit which means you can't... Read more…
Heidi2Elaine would recommend the Dyson DC50 Animal
Excellent hoover. Easy to use. We have a jack russell who sheds white hairs on a red carpet this hoover picks up hairs efficiently and effectively with minimun of effort. It is quick to use and... Read more…
3rd time Dyson customer so unexpectedly disappointed 1. Cylinder emptying problematic as its a flip open bottom on already narrow cylinder (capacity 0.6 litre) - you have to scoop dust/dog hairs... Read more…
Cylinder is very small to collect dirt, therefore you constantly need to empty it. It is very light weight which also means I pull the whole thing over when using the tools. The tool is very... Read more…
Bought because my old dyson had seen better days, firstly I was amazed at how light the vacuum cleaner is. It is easy to assemble and it works far better than my old model (especially for picking... Read more…
Really light and easy to fit together. Picks up animal hair very efficiently (have Golden Retriever & long-haired cat!). I had bought a DC45 cylinder and wasn't happy with it so took it back and... Read more…
We have a long haired German Shepherd Dog - A dark red piled rug which we used with our old Dyson and vacuumed atleast 3 times before the fur was gone. WIth a new baby we decided to get the new... Read more…
I have always had a dyson but this is my first ball one.
In our house it is known as the comedy vac.
The quality is very poor and cheap.
The lead is a lot shorter & the hose is very trickey to put... Read more…