Holiday Cleaning with Dyson the #1 Best recommend Vacuum{Holiday Gift Guide} #GiftsForEveryone

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Dyson’s entire range of upright and canister vacuums is the first to earn asthma & allergy friendly Certification from the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America
To achieve the asthma and allergy friendly™ certification, Dyson vacuums undergo an independent program of rigorous tests. These tests cover the removal of allergen-containing test dust from carpets, the levels of airborne allergens during vacuuming, filtration integrity, cleaning performance when the bin is almost full, and the risk of allergen exposure during bin emptying. Dyson machines meet and exceed the strict criteria for all of these tests.



Dyson tested DC65 pickup performance against competing vacuums on carpets, hard floors and creviced hard floors with dust in the bins to reflect real life use. DC65 has the highest geometric average results across the combined floor types. 


And because it has a completely sealed system, only cleaned air is expelled back into your home. More microscopic dust locked in the bin, less allergens left in your home.



0.000001g of allergens is all it takes
Dead human skin cells. Dust mites and their feces. Pollen, pet dander, mold and bacteria. Lurking inside house dust is a cocktail of these unpleasant, microscopic particles. They’re called allergens, and just 0.000001g can be enough to trigger the coughing, sneezing and itching of an allergic reaction.

How dust causes allergic reactions
Some allergens are just 0.5 microns in size. That's 0.000197 inches. Or 200 times smaller than a human hair. This means they can easily enter the body through inhalation. When this happens, some people's immune systems overreact to the presence of the particles, producing antibodies to repel them. Subsequent physical reactions include itching eyes, a running nose, sneezing and coughing to combat the allergens.


Where can allergens hide in your home?
Your home may look clean, but microscopic dust remains hidden in floor crevices or ground into carpet, rugs and soft furnishings. Within this dust are allergens, and inhaling even a small amount is enough to trigger an allergic reaction. A single gram of house dust can contain around 100,000 mold spores alone.


The lengths we go to



No bags or filters to buy. No extra costs.
No bags or filters to buy. No extra costs.
Other vacuums are designed to use consumables – so their manufacturers can make profits selling replacement bags and filters. Dyson vacuums don’t use bags, and they have lifetime washable filters. There are no consumables – so there are no extra costs.


Built and tested to survive 10 years' use
Built and tested to survive a lifetime
Dyson machines are made from polycarbonate ABS – the same material used in riot shields and crash helmets. They’re tough, so we subject them to 50,000 hours of testing and 550 individual tests – all to ensure that they can withstand a lifetime’s hard use.


Dyson-patented means Dyson performance
Only Dyson-patented means Dyson performance
Other products may look like Dyson machines, but they don’t work like them. Our technology is protected by more than 1,900 patents worldwide. But it’s not just about protecting our ideas. It’s about ensuring that when you buy a Dyson machine, you get what you expect.



5 Year Warranty
5 year warranty and a lifetime of support
Our mains vacuums are covered for 5 years parts and labor warranty, and our cordless machines for 2 years parts and labor warranty. But we’ll still be here when yours runs out – we provide Dyson technology owners with a lifetime of support.




Tough and efficiently engineered
Efficiently engineered – less bulk, and less waste
Dyson machines are tough. But they’re also efficiently engineered. We’re always looking for ways to use fewer materials, while at the same time making our machines stronger – doing more with less.







James Dyson launched the first bagless vacuum cleaner in the UK in 1993. It was the result of 5,127 prototypes and 15 years of frustration and perseverance.




How dust causes allergic reactions:

Some allergens are just 0.5 microns in size. That's 0.000197 inches. Or 200 times smaller than a human hair. This means they can easily enter the body through inhalation. When this happens, some people's immune systems overreact to the presence of the particles, producing antibodies to repel them. Subsequent physical reactions include itching eyes, a running nose, sneezing and coughing to combat the allergens.


Where can allergens hide in your home?

Your home may look clean, but microscopic dust remains hidden in floor crevices or ground into carpet, rugs and soft furnishings. Within this dust are allergens, and inhaling even a small amount is enough to trigger an allergic reaction. A single gram of house dust can contain around 100,000 mold spores alone.