The Dyson DC33 Review by VacuumWizard.com.
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The Dyson DC33 vacuum cleaner does an excellent job on small particles. We used flour to simulate dust. It sucked this up easily, but we had to go at the edge with the side of the vacuum. For large particles we used oatmeal. The Dyson DC33 Multi Floor cleaned these up right away. As you can see, this was cleaned with ease. It doesn’t do as good of a job with pet hair. Some pet hair was pushed around and matted into the carpet after one pass, but was sucked up eventually.
The Dyson DC33 vacuum did a great job on the hardwood floor cleaning up the small particles. Make sure to turn off the brush bar for hard floors. We once again used oatmeal for the large particle test, and this was sucked up right away as well.
It is pretty simple to access the on board tools. You simply pull out and up on the wand to extend it. Then you detach the wand from the main unit to use. Attach the on board tool of your choice for cleaning any surface. You can use this wand for cleaning stairs. You can also detach the wand and just use the hose if you prefer.
The noise level for this vacuum was about average at just under 80 decibels. The suction power was incredible at over 100 inches of water. The filtration system is top of the line emitting zero dust particles in the air.
To empty the dust bin, you press the red button on the container. Then hold the container directly over the garbage and press the same red button. Both filters are located below the dust bin. Detach them and wash them with water every three months to make sure your Dyson works correctly.