Dyson V8 Animal

This is a little different review than normal. Yes, this is a vacuum cleaner. There is some serious tech going on in this bad boy. Throw your old 200 lb behemoth vacuum away. It’s time for an upgrade!

In the Box
Dyson V8 Animal. Manuals. Various attachments.

Initial Impression
The unpacking process was interesting. There is something in every nook and cranny of the box, yet the box was only 15-20 lbs if that. Assembly is super easy. It is recommended to charge the battery for 5 hours before the first use, but who are we kidding. It had 20% of juice, so let’s see what it can do. 

After 3 week of use
I am very happy with the performance and ease of use of the Dyson V8 Animal. This thing picks up everything and when you see all the dust and debris in the canister, you will be shocked. It comes with a variety of attachments like the long/standard pole and various brushes and attachments. What is handy is that you can take the main canister and attach a smaller head unit and take this out to the car for clean up in smaller/tighter spaces.

Negatives
The only down side is that the battery on this model lasts 40 minutes in regular mode and 7, yes 7 minutes on Max mode according to the manual. Recharging is slow, so be sure to pump it up when you are done so it will be ready for next time. The price for the various models can be expensive. Use of those gift cards you have laying around to reduce the cost.

Conclusion
Who would have thunk that a vacuum cleaner would be so much fun. I actually enjoy sweeping now to pick up all the dust around the house. This Dyson is a winner. It’s super light weight and can maneuver around like nothing else. Dyson also offers warranty services and service centers around the country if needed.

5 out of 5 stars

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