I have a DC35 and it is fantastic for all those quick jobs as well as stairs and the cars. I gave my sister one for Christmas and the few slight improvements didn't justify spending more for the DC45 ( I really researched it).
Also $299 is an amazing price!!
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19-01-2015 12:51 #11
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19-01-2015 12:57 #12
I have the DC44 Animal and I luuurrrvvvee it!! Great for pets and kids! My friend has the DC35 and she has 2 dogs that come inside and she is a little dissapointed on how hers works on her floorboards. She wishes she got the 44. I highly recommend the DC44 Animal
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19-01-2015 13:01 #13
They are awesome! I use mine at least twice a day
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19-01-2015 13:03 #14
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19-01-2015 13:09 #15
Not that I needed much encouragement to spend $9 but I just wanted to check.
Would you all say they would be similar to a DustBuster type vacuum or as good as your old fashioned pull along corded vacuum?
19-01-2015 13:12 #16
Oooh I just found another Westfield voucher, it will now cost me $5.10!!
Think I'll go out first thing tomorrow
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19-01-2015 13:14 #17
Totally different ball game to a dustbuster waaaaayyyy better than those.
I use it all over the house and only get out the full size vacumn once a week
19-01-2015 13:28 #18
It completely replaced my old corded vacuum. I have no need for it now. The DC44 picks up everything - the suction runs rings around my old corded vac.
It's completely on a different level to a dustbuster. I've previously owned one of those things and it was freaking terrible.
19-01-2015 13:46 #19
We've got the dc44 and it's so friggin awesome!!!!! Vacuuming was my number 1 hated chore (we have 2 fluffy cats) but now we use the dc44 for 15 minutes everyday and it's so much easier and I don't even dread it anymore!!
I actually can't remember the last time I used the normal cord vacuum.
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19-01-2015 13:49 #20
Does anyone have trouble holding the trigger on while using it. I'd like to get one for my mum but she arthritis in her thumb and I wondered if this would be a problem.
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