Originally Posted by RYCeT
Hi guys, with 2 dogs in my house, I'm thinking of buying a better Vac. I'm wondering if Dyson worth the hype? The online review seems mixed.
I will shoot you some truth on this matter with recent experience to boot.
My family always used Electrolux so recently we attempted to buy a model from some place local...BUT, the Electrolux name is being utilized by two distinct companies which is very misleading, and unfortunate. The cheaper model Electrolux is actually procured and manufactured by Eureka, and is a shameful waste of $500 + in clams. However, the true Electrolux is still in business and operating all over the states currently. Although this vacuum is more than I wanted to pay for Qty 3 vacuums over the years put together in one sum, this vacuum is worth every penny.
I have experience too with Dyson and can reassure from a pet owners perspective, as well as inhabitants bearing allergies etc, that the Electrolux Guardian 9000 Vacuum Cleaner is the best cleaning tool in my home.
Not a vacuum, a tool. We use it frequently to clean mattresses (you should see the piles of dust mites, contaminants, and dirt that come out of the mattress you drool on at night), pillows, couches (not the surface which of course is easy to clean but the interior of the couch and cushions too), drapes, our cars, etc etc.
The blow hole on this canister points upwards instead of out like most vac's, which is great in design for two fold. One, because it does not blow the dirt and cat hair all over the tile or carpet floor upon cleaning about, and two, the Electrolux Guardian 9000 Vacuum Cleaner is the ONLY vac with an ACTUAL heppa filtration system, (and so is the ONLY vac reccommended and approved by the national allergy association) This is a big deal to me, as when you clean the home, you literally are making cleaner the air. People can sit in the room whilest in operation, and the vac does not bother the cats either...(which they quickly jet at the sight and/or sound of any vac type sounding device typically). Not to mention that the germ bags that the Electrolux Guardian 9000 Vacuum Cleaner uses contain micro fingers that kill bacteria..this is the only vac in the market with this extensive ability. It does not sound like a big deal, but unless you store your vac outside of your home..it is still multiplying bacteria exponentially and is NOT CLEAN. The vac itself most of the time can leak and release harmful allergins etc, this is no prob for the Guardian.
25 yr warranty, this is worth your attention, thank me later..no not selling thesehttp://www1.epinions.com/hmgd-Large_...rolux_Guardian