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Dyson DC23 Turbinehead Canister Vacuum Review

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Published on Feb 13, 2011

The Dyson DC23 Turbinehead Canister Vacuum Review by VacuumWizard.com.
For more information see our full article review on our website at http://www.vacuumwizard.com/review/dy...
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Performance of the Dyson DC23 on carpeting and rugs: The DC23 performed well on carpeting. We crushed Oreo cookies and it sucked up these large particles very nicely. To simulate fine dust, we poured flour on the carpeting. It took a few passes, but the flour was cleaned up nicely all the way to the edge of the carpet. We also tested the Turbinehead brush on pet hair, and after a few passes all the pet hair was vacuumed up.

Performance of the Turbinehead Canister Vacuum on Hard Flooring: On hard floors we did the small particle and large particle test. The flour stuck to the floor, so we activated the Turbinehead brush bar to dislodge all the particles. You have to pull out the red tab to do this by the head of the vacuum. We turned the brush bar off for the large particles, and they were cleaned up very easily.

The Dyson DC23 Vacuum on stairs: The DC23 has a unique body design allowing the canister to rest on stairs. That way it can clean a staircase effectively. We used the Turbinehead brush bar and also used the smaller stair brush. Both tools worked very nicely.

The Suction Power, Filtration Quality, and Noise Level of this Dyson Vacuum: The suction on this Dyson was powerful. It was over 25 Kilopascals, which is more than a typical vacuum. The exhaust on this vacuum is completely dust-free because of the HEPA filtration system and Dyson root cyclone. We also tested the noise level, and it was between 75 and 80 decibels, which is average for a vacuum. Overall, we felt this was a nice canister vacuum. It works great for carpets and carpeted stairs. On hard floors it also worked nicely, but it is annoying messing with the red circular tab to transition from different floor types.

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