Dyson Cordless Vacuum

Dyson vacuum rangeVacuuming is one of the most tedious jobs; most people do not look forward to this part of their day. However, this might change depending on the type of vacuum you are using. Some vacuums tend to complete the job quickly in comparison to others. They are also more efficient and offer other added advantages.

Dyson cordless is a type of these vacuums. Created by James Dyson in the 1980s, Dyson vacuums have become better and more efficient with time. James Dyson started making these vacuums in England; he was so good at it that he received a knighthood from the Queen. Such an honor, right?

James has several innovations, including:

  • Cyclonic suction

  • Fade free batteries

  • Bagless emptying

  • Swiveling heads

Other than exciting innovations, James Dyson has different brands of vacuums in his portfolio. These models of vacuums include: 

  • Cordless

  • Corded

  • Handheld

  • Cannister

There are models and submodels to the significant categories. Besides, these models come with a variety of attachments, making it easier for users.

Dyson Cordless Vacuums Attachments

Most Dyson vacuums are usually accompanied by an adjective such as:

  • Absolute

  • Animal 

  • Motorhead

  • Outsize

  • Torque drive

Do not be alarmed these types of adjectives are usually used to refer to attachments that the vacuum contains. They could take different shapes and forms, be it detachable heads or long handles.  

The attachments are meant to serve different uses such as the detachable heads could be useful in the following circumstances: a narrow head could come in handy when cleaning staircases, a slimmer one, on the other hand, could be used to fit into tight spaces.

Most motorhead models have fewer attachments while the expensive models have more attachments.

Dyson Cordless Vacuum Runtimes 

Dyson cordless vacuum saleDyson cordless vacuums have runtimes. However, the number listed on the vacuum can be deceiving. Every consumer should note that the number on the cordless vacuum is usually how many times the vacuum can run while being on the lowest suction setting.

 It is therefore fair to say that the number on the vacuum is not standard. Different people use vacuums differently. Therefore be very careful not to be deceived when buying one.


With newer models coming out prices of vacuums are subject to change. Dyson Vacuums are sold through online platforms. Older models come in handy when you want the best value.

Dyson Vacuum cleaners do clean efficiently, but canister vacuums are well known for their ease of use, versatility, and flexibility. Dyson Cordless Vacuums can be used to clean the following:

  • Bare floors

  • Tiles

  • Wood 

  • Low piles

  • Looped carpets 

  • Area rugs

  • Hard floors

The Process of Testing Stick Vacuums

Think vacuums are always testing vacuums in order to recommend only the best models. Newer and newer models arrive in the market every day, and we, therefore, need to be always up to speed on the same.

We look at how properly the machine can remove dirt from a carpet during testing a Dyson cordless vacuum. We can do this using several methods: we spread hairs on the mat and see how well the cordless vacuum works, we further test how the machine would work on a hard floor- we could sprinkle sugar on such a floor.

Can it clean edges comfortably? Is it easy and efficient to use? In short, we test these Dyson cordless vacuums on every surface they could be used and prove their suitability.

What You Should Consider Before Buying a Stick Vacuum?

Floor-type: the type of floor you have in your house is a pertinent question. Your floor type should match the style of vacuum you want to buy. Stick vacuums have been seen to work best under the following floor types: 

  • bare floors

  • Low pile rugs and carpets

  • Cars

  • Upholstery

  • Stairs

However, it should be noted that the type of vacuum is a large contributor to the kind of surfaces it can clean. 

Corded vs Cordless 

Quality vacuum cleanerItis my Dyson vacuum corded or cordless. Corded vacuums work without the need to recharge. The disadvantage of this type of corded vacuum is that you can only cover the circumference within which the vacuum is tethered. Cordless vacuums, on the other hand, requires recharging. They run on lithium batteries, which take time before dying out.

Contact Think Vacuums Today

Are you in need of Dyson cordless vacuums? Contact Think Vacuums today and make your purchase. We also have other types of vacuums that our team is looking forward to taking you through. 

References and Resources

How to care for your vacuum cleaner

HEPA vacuums and lead exposure prevention