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How long does this dyson take to charge? and does the power decrease the closer you get to its 20 minute limit?
By Tony on 26 June 2015
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67cm
By pat on 28 December 2014
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I use it on my oak floor. It has caused a scuff mark, but no scratches.
By Mrs. P. G. Clark on 02 January 2015
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I've owned mine for several weeks now and not yet mounted it on the wall, although I intend to when I get time. I'm sure nobody will come and arrest me however, if I continue not to have it wall-mounted! :)
By Weaky Sneasel on 10 January 2016
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Yes this is most certainly a Dyson and a very efficient one at that.
By Derek Halstead on 22 December 2015
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Usual UK household mains voltage. I think 240v.
By Vic on 04 March 2015
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I have no idea of the difference...but my advice would be..do not touch the DC44 with a barge pole! Mine has been nothing but trouble & Dyson refuses to do anything because it was bought on Amazon UK, & I live in Hungary!! I would have assumed that a Dyson is a Dyson, no matter where! So, amazingly poor product, at h… see more I have no idea of the difference...but my advice would be..do not touch the DC44 with a barge pole! Mine has been nothing but trouble & Dyson refuses to do anything because it was bought on Amazon UK, & I live in Hungary!! I would have assumed that a Dyson is a Dyson, no matter where! So, amazingly poor product, at high price, and zilch Customer Support. Never again for me....Dyson can keep their products. I will stick with Miele! see less I have no idea of the difference...but my advice would be..do not touch the DC44 with a barge pole! Mine has been nothing but trouble & Dyson refuses to do anything because it was bought on Amazon UK, & I live in Hungary!! I would have assumed that a Dyson is a Dyson, no matter where! So, amazingly poor product, at high price, and zilch Customer Support. Never again for me....Dyson can keep their products. I will stick with Miele!
By Mrs. Kathryn A. Pinches on 30 March 2014
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I would say yes. This will change the way you see vaccuming so less and often will be your mantra as small spills and spot cleans will be a breeze as will long haul cleans, stairs etc. After keeping my unused henry for 6 months I sold it as I dodnt use it after getting this baby
By Z. Munir on 31 January 2016