- Dimensions (HxWxD): 8.7x9.8x48.3
- Cord Type: Cordless
- Dimensions (inches) (HxWxD): 8.7x9.8x48.3
- Features: Telescopic Handle, Handle Controls, Edge Cleaning, Height Adjustment, Carpet Cleaning, Battery Operated, Ergonomic Handle
- In the Box 1: Crevice Tool
- Color: White
- In the Box 2: Docking station
- Type: Stick
- In the Box 3: Rechargeable battery
- Bagged/Bagless: Bagless
- In the Box 4: Combination Tool
- Filters: Washable
- In the Box 5: Direct Drive Cleaner head
- MPN: 24839201
- Machine Height: 8.7in
- Machine Length: 48.3in
- Voltage: 60Hz 120 volts
- Machine Width: 9.8in
- Box Weight: 18.16lbs
- Warranty: 2 Year Dyson Official
- UPC: 885609014821
Very easy to use and clean. It took me a long time to believe Dyson was better. After using Kirby in the 90s, Rainbow in the 90s, Hoover, Bissel, Dirt Devil, Shark and startup Chinese brands, this Dyson has impressed me. Very good technology, great maneuverability and reliable suction.
Overall I like my new Dyson V7. I have a V6 and have used it often. The V7 is quieter but seems to have slightly less suction than the V6. The method of emptying the V7 is more efficient (as far as removing all of the debris in the canister) than the V6, but the mechanism for opening the debris canister is harder to release and is a "nail breaker" for those with long nails. On the regular suction setting, it lasts about 25 minutes before it needs recharging. I wish it had come with the hard surface cleaning head, as the carpet cleaning head is not very efficient on floors (the brush tends to throw things around before the suction can pick them up). Also a "constant on" feature would be useful as pressing the button constantly can get annoying.
So for some reason I used to be against the expensive Dyson products. I even used an older corded vacuum that made me feel that I was correct in my assumption that they were way over priced. But after buying a Hoover corded, where it quickly failed with an irreplaceable battery. Followed that with a cheap corded version, ok but a pain with a cord. And then a cheap knockoff of the Dyson style that has very little suction, and now I broke down and bought a Dyson to try it because the price was right. First off these ARE better than the cheaper knock-offs. A lot more suction with these. And all the parts fit together better and smoother connecting and disconnecting. Coming from an engineering background I immediately noticed how so many little things had been done right. I am impressed. I hope it holds up. If I had bought a Dyson in the first place I could have purchased the most expensive version for what I spent on all the others.