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Pros and cons for bagless vs bagged?
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Aug 15th, 2019 1:31 pm
That's curious. I don't like Dyson's since mine have been nothing but trouble (small ball + x3 Stick ones). But I'm curious why you dislike bagless units so much? Ive never owned a bagged vacuum from my central vac to shop shop vac?
Aug 15th, 2019 1:36 pm
They do have a small canister (the handheld ones) but are only good as an expensive dust buster replacement (I do own one, of the small handheld models from an ebay deal at $100 back when they had the 20% off coupons, it's good for small messes but not much else) I do like the ball vacuum and find it's fantastic for everything else but I wouldn't use it as a shop vac.
Aug 15th, 2019 1:38 pm
I've used Dysons for 10 years, and I haven't found anything else that is such a pleasure to use. There is nothing else I would rather use.
Aug 15th, 2019 1:38 pm
I got a bagged one after reading this:
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Aug 15th, 2019 2:06 pm
Dyson vacuums are great for regular home use, so efficient the filter almost never needs cleaning, and great suction.
Aug 15th, 2019 2:20 pm
While this is true, if all things equal bagged is always going to be superior to bagless. For handheld vacuum you are never going to get a bagged one. Dyson still made the best handheld vacuum as far as I know.
Central Vac to Shop Vac still has a huge filter. They are able to be efficiency without a bag because of their massive size to allow the air flow to do the job. (Still not as good as bagged mind you) but in a compact vacuum they don't have such space to allow that without a bag.
Dyson works *fine* for their purpose. Vacuuming non-carpet places. Or people who are not picky about quality (like when they don't have allergy issue, etc)escape1975 wrote: ↑Aug 15th, 2019 2:06 pmDyson vacuums are great for regular home use, so efficient the filter almost never needs cleaning, and great suction.
I'm guessing most people won't use a Dyson when they're doing construction work cleanup, or they should not like you said but I would not call them bad ...
Most certainly not me. I tried both. Couldn't imagine dealing with Dyson. Miele are *more* expensive than Dyson. By the way. If someone prefer Miele there's no way they dislike Dyson because of price.Most people who say that have never tried a Dyson and because of the price they're haters
Aug 15th, 2019 3:54 pm
Q: This openbox website doesn’t do shipping to Ontario?
Aug 15th, 2019 4:02 pm
1: That's an extreme exaggeration. There are bad bagless vacuums that leak lots of dust back into the room, but there are also very good ones with HEPA filtration and very good sealing. And there are bad bagged vacuums as well as good ones.