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DC39 Animal is a full-size Dyson cylinder vacuum with Ball technology for greater manoeuvrability. Wheeled vacuums can be awkward – heavy to pull, head the wrong way and collide with obstacles. A Dyson Ball vacuum cleans without the awkward moves, turning on the spot. DC39 Animal also has a central steering mechanism for greater control. The pivot point is located near the centre of the machine, so it can make tighter turning circles and more easily follow the user’s path.
DC39 Animal has a Triggerhead tool, with an air-driven rotating brush bar. It’s the only turbine head controlled at the handle – so no bending down is required. And DC39 Animal also comes with a Mini turbine head for cleaning pet hair and dirt from confined places, upholstery, stairs and the car.
Dyson cyclones capture more dirt than any other. DC39 Animal has Radial Root Cyclone technology with remodelled airways to maximise suction power. Like all other Dyson vacuums, DC39 Animal doesn’t lose suction as you clean. There are no bags to replace, so there are no extra costs.
DC39 Animal has been engineered for reduced noise levels with no compromise in performance. The essential components are located inside the acoustically treated ball.
Dyson engineers are constantly testing and inventing, trying to find new ways to make their technology work better. As they work, they file patent applications to protect their inventions from copycat manufacturers. That’s why the only place you’ll find Dyson technology is inside a Dyson machine.
Ordinary vacuum cleaners rely on bags to trap dust and dirt. As you use them, the tiny holes in the bag clog up with particles of dust. This restricts the flow of air, so the vacuum cleaner loses suction.
Dyson vacuum cleaners don’t rely on bags to trap dust and dirt. They use cyclone technology, which spins the air at incredibly high speeds. The cyclones inside a Dyson vacuum cleaner generate centrifugal forces many thousands of times the force of gravity. Dust, dirt and pet hair are flung out of the airflow and straight into the bin. No bag. No loss of suction.
Dyson has been continually refining cyclone vacuum technology since inventing it more than 20 years ago. DC39 Animal has new Radial Root Cyclone technology. Reconfigured air channels and improved flow efficiency reduce turbulence and preserve air pressure, so that the inner cyclones can extract more microscopic particles. These refinements help remove more dirt, dust, allergens and pet hair from the airflow.
Dyson Ball vacuum cleaners use Ball technology to overcome the steering limitations of fixed wheels. They ride on a ball, which turns on the spot so you can steer with ease, changing direction with just a turn of the wrist. The ball also holds the heaviest component (the motor) – positioned towards the base for a lower centre of gravity and greater stability. The machine moves easily around obstacles, and the ball’s smooth surface means that it doesn’t dig into the carpet pile.
The only turbine head controlled at the handle so no bending down is required. A fingertip control switches the brush bar off for delicate rugs and hard floors, and switches it on for high pick-up on carpets.
No compromise in performance. Essential components are located inside the acoustically treated ball.
DC39 Animal comes with a Mini turbine head for cleaning pet hair and dirt from confined spaces, upholstery, stairs and the car. For hard floors, it has an Articulating hard floor tool that manoeuvres easily and cleans narrow gaps. And there’s also a Stair tool, and a Combination tool with a debris nozzle that converts to a brush tool for dusting.
The bin on a Dyson vacuum cleaner is transparent so you can see when it needs emptying – and just how much dust, dirt and pet hair your new Dyson machine has picked up.
Dyson cyclones capture microscopic particles down to 0.5 microns in size. DC39 Animal also includes a HEPA filter as an extra safeguard for allergy sufferers. It traps microscopic particles down to 1/5,000 of a pinhead, including pollen, mould and bacteria.
Other vacuum cleaners are still designed to need replacement bags and filters – and the cost soon adds up. Over 5 years, you could end up having to spend up to £175. Dyson vacuum cleaners don’t need bags, so there are no extra costs to worry about.
Your Dyson vacuum cleaner is likely to take a few knocks and bashes during everyday use – but that’s nothing compared to what Dyson puts its machines through during testing and development. All Dyson vacuum cleaners undergo a lengthy and rigorous testing programme. That’s why DC39 Animal comes with a free 5 year guarantee – parts and labour.
I bought this item from Currys 2 years ago when it was fresh out. I owned another Dyson animal vacuum, which I passed on to my mum. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Laurie
Dysons are the best vacuum cleaners on the market. You pay the extra you get the quality!Published 8 days ago by Nola Leff
We bought our DC39 back in 2012 to cope with the fur our two dogs leave. Family members have Dysons and have always been pleased with them, so we thought the extra expense was... Read morePublished 16 days ago by HellieGee
Feels cheap, difficult to empty without spilling contents, have to use a pen to get all debris out, small suction head doesn't allow larger objects to be lifted, but reasonable... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark
very good at picking up my Dog's hairs, easy to clean, hardly any noise.Published 1 month ago by jon nelson
I replaced my old Dyson Animal with this, it's apparent direct replacemant.
It is a terrible design. Read more
I may post this review on both the Dyson DC39 and Miele C3 Cat & Dog threads in the hope that some pet owning readers contemplating purchasing either may benefit from recent 1st... Read morePublished 3 months ago by R. Wallace