Torn between two Dyson cleaners? Stuck between the DC40 or the V6 models? Our infographic should help you out.
Here at Dyson Doctor we have put together an infographic which compares two commonly used Dyson vacuums. That of the DC40 and the V6 models. The DC40 is an upright vacuum cleaner, whereas the V6 is a handheld vacuum cleaner.
The DC40 is commonly used for domestic cleaning purposes. It is great for cleaning the messiest areas in the house such as the living room and landing. In June 2016, the DC40 was hailed by Which? Magazine as “one of the best uprights we have tested.” Other features include a self-adjusting cleaner head and an instant release hose. All models come with lifetime support and a five-year manufacturers’ guarantee.
The V6 on the other hand is very lightweight and can be used on small areas within the property, or even in your car and shed. It gives you the ability to get up close and personal to remove dust. Or you can use the extension to reach those hard to reach places such as the back of the cabinets and TV units.
There are six variants of the V6 cleaner. There is the Car + Boat version, which is designed for use in the car and on the boat, as well as at home. The Car + Boat Extra handheld vac is designed for tougher assignments. The entry level V6s are the Trigger and Trigger Pro model. There are no prizes for guessing the main uses of the Top Dog and Mattress V6s. Dog hairs and mattresses.
Both have immense suction power which makes lifting dirt and dust from different rooms of the house effortless. Built with some of the latest technology, these two vacuum cleaners are a ‘must-have item’ in any domestic household.
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We think they are incredible vacuum cleaners and worthy additions to any household. Whether you want to choose the DC40 or V6, or have both cleaners, the choice is yours. Still not sure? Why not call in to our shop in Heywood? We are open every day apart from Sunday, from 8am to 5pm.
Dyson Doctor, 15 November 2016