Dyson tested Dyson Ball Allergy pickup performance against competing vacuums on carpets, hard floors and creviced hard floors with dust in the bins to reflect real life use. The Dyson Ball Allergy has the highest geometric average results across the combined floor types.
The Dyson Ball Allergy upright vacuum is engineered for tough tasks. With its self-adjusting cleanerhead and re-engineered brush bar, the Dyson Ball Allergy is able to clean both carpets and hard floors throughout the home. The bristles dig deeper into carpets to remove more dust and dirt, while providing superior performance on hard floors. The Dyson Ball Allergy uses the latest Ball™ technology and has remodeled cyclones. The Dyson Ball Allergy has been built to achieve the strongest suction of any vacuum.
Conventional vacuums rely on bags to trap dust and dirt. But when you start to use some bagged machines, dust can clog the tiny holes in the bag. Some ordinary bagless vacuums work in a similar way. They use a central filter to trap fine dust, which can clog too. Suction drops, leaving dust and dirt behind in your home.
In Radial Root Cyclone™ technology remodeled airflows help remove more dirt, dust and allergens from the home.
Many upright vacuums use fixed settings. Their cleaner heads don’t self-adjust to different floor types – the bigger the gap between cleaner head and floor, the more suction power is wasted. With an active base plate it creates the optimal cleaner head contact for every floor type, reducing air leaks and retaining more suction power. It’s designed for outstanding performance across all floors – not just carpets, but the whole of your house.
25% more power drives bristles deeper into carpets removing more dirt.
Dyson Ball™ uprights ride on a ball, which pivots on the spot so you can steer with a turn of the wrist. The ball also houses core technology, including the motor and ducting. There’s less clutter, so it’s easier to clean into awkward places, along edges and around furniture.
Emptying the bin on a Dyson vacuum is quick and hygienic. Just press the button to release the dirt. The bin is clear, so you can see when it needs emptying – and how much dust, dirt and pet hair the machine has captured. Dyson vacuums were the first to have clear bins – despite market researchers insisting it was a bad idea. Now clear bins are everywhere (though not all are made from the same ABS polycarbonate as riot shields, like Dyson bins).