Dyson DC59 Animal Cordless Vacuum

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Dyson DC59 Animal Cordless Vacuum
Price: $229.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Monday, Dec 28 to Tuesday, Dec 29) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned


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maybe if they’d stop breaking they would not need to be refurbished…that’s something to shoot for

Okay. I know the fashion right now is to disparage Woot’s offerings, either for their quality, sameness, price, or whatever other metric you’re displeased about. And it’s true, Dysons are crazy overpriced and thus show up here on the regular, so there’s plenty of fodder for mocking. I’ll leave that to the professionals.

I’m here because, bar none, this vacuum is the best $250 I spent this past year.

Details: I recently moved to a 1200 square foot hardwood-floor condo. I also have four cats. (Long story.) My Hoover upright was occasionally useful for baseboards, but the brushes were far too powerful for wood floors and would just fling around dirt, even on the highest setting. So for the first year here, I was chasing around giant balls of cat fur with a broom and dustpan, which got the job done but with no small amount of frustration.

I bought this last May, and no joke, it’s completely changed my floor-cleaning routine. I used to put off sweeping as long as possible; now I run this thing around daily, sometimes twice a day. The brushes are calibrated perfectly to replace a sweeper but also do a great job on our rugs; I particularly like that they have a torque brake built in so if something gets caught they’ll just stop rather than destroying it. The battery is good and beefy, usually lasting just about long enough for one whole-house sweep. And given that, in the intervening time, I’ve also gotten my massage therapy license and started hosting clients, having a quick means of clearing the floor for people’s bare feet is pretty priceless. And, bonus: I haven’t found a single tool that works as well as the mini motorized brush head for picking up pet hair off of furniture, blankets, work clothes, you name it. Just last night I used it to vacuum the comforter on my bed; when I was done, it looked fresh out of the wash, except without the dryer being full of balls of cat fur.

I know I sound like an infomercial, but seriously, my Hoover and my brooms have both been gathering dust for months now. if you have hard floors and especially if you have pets, this is well worth the investment.