If you clean around your house fairly regularly, you must know how helpful a cordless stick vacuum can be. The problem with these vacuums is that it is difficult to find one with powerful suction and versatility.
I’m going to review the Cyclone V10 Motorhead from Dyson, which fixes the aforementioned problem. This machine will help you clean those awkward spaces and high corners along with your carpets. I’ll talk about its features in detail to help you decide whether you need it or not.
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Dyson is a well-reputed company that has been inventing and selling vacuum cleaners for years now. The company is constantly trying to come up with innovative and more efficient products. Among all of its handheld vacuums, the Cyclone V10 is perhaps the most capable and powerful as of yet.
It offers a long period of service so that you don’t have to worry about running out of charge in the middle of a cleanup. While the vacuum can be an overkill for smaller apartments, it seems to compliment houses with larger spaces. It can dust up micro particles and dirt.
The vacuum’s improvements over the older designs are commendable with a forty percent bigger bin and a robust battery. Also, it offers variable suction powers for your cleaning needs, not to mention how the vacuum looks like a sci-fi ray gun from a futuristic movie.
You don’t have to worry about wasting power with the vacuum as it only uses the battery during cleaning, due to its instant-release type trigger. Besides, you only have to charge up the battery for three and a half hours for use.
The Motorhead can flexibly reach under furniture and comes with extra tools to attach to the vacuum for different surfaces and places. Its suction head pushes nylon bristles to pull dirt out from deep inside your carpets. Also, you get fade-free suction for up to twenty minutes while using its second suction mode.
If you’re someone who can deal with a little bit of weight in vacuums and want a cordless stick vacuum that doesn’t compromise with power, this variant of the V10 is a perfect pick for you.
Primarily the Cyclone V10 Motorhead may appear as a stick vacuum only. However, you can easily convert it into a handheld one. Unlike some other convertible vacuums out there, you can change between the modes with just a single press of a button. You can grip it like a pistol in its handheld mode, which offers superior comfort along with excellent control.
There’s no need to worry about a bothersome on and off switch as it comes with a trigger button to make sure you don’t waste any suction. The Motorhead can extend about 50 inches when the wand is attached so that you can reach those high and squeezed spaces.
In its stick mode, the floor nozzle helps you clean under couches, tables, cabinets and so on without having to move them.
The nozzle is 10.1 inches wide, which helps to maximize the battery life by covering quite a bit of area. Besides, it weighs only about 5.5 pounds, which eliminates arm and back strain.
Multiple Filtration Layers
The HEPA filter in the vacuum prevents micro-particles from getting into the air surrounding you. About 99.97 percent of dust, pollen, dander, and similar allergens at the scale of 0.3 microns or over get captured by the filter.
The filter for post-motor prevents stray particles from escaping. Its translucent plastic tells you if the bin is full or not. Also, it can hold 0.54 liters of dust and other particles and force them downwards as you open its bottom cabinet. This prevents dust clouds from getting up to the head level.
Variable Suction Power
The V10 motor of the Cyclone is an improvement from the V8 in terms of power.
It is capable of reaching 79,000 grams-force. Apart from its power, the motor is light and small. Fourteen cyclones in the two-tier pile make sure that dust bunnies do not damage its motor and its suction channel stays clear.
Near the vacuum’s back exhaust, there’s a vertically sliding switch. You can play around with the switch for different suction speeds. The low speed will be more appropriate for lampshades while the highest will be for carpets. The powerful motor tends to make a lot of noise and the noise-absorbing tools inside tries to reduce it as much as possible.
The Motorhead comes with a 7-cell Li-ion battery, which offers a max of 60 minutes of continuous suction on the extended level. Unlike a lot of other stick vacuums, its Li-ion batteries maintain their power to provide you with unwavering suction. This way you can always receive the charge cycle’s benefits properly.
A charging dock comes with the vacuum, which you can attach to any of the walls according to your convenience. The silver finish on the charger makes sure that it fits with the most modern kitchens. There are two spots for attachment storage on the dock. You only have to leave the vacuum on the dock for 3.5 hours, for your cleaning adventures.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the motorhead model different from the absolute model?
Yes, they are. Although the motorhead has the new motor design, the absolute model offers 40% larger bin size than the motorhead and comes with a lot more tools.
Is the V10 motor stronger than the V8 motor?
Yes, it is. The V8 utilizes the same technology used in the V10 but has 15,000 less rpm. This makes the V8 less powerful.
Should I be worried about leaving the Cyclone V10 at charging?
No, there’s no need to worry. When the battery reaches optimum charge, it will change modes to the idle mode.
What is covered by the Motorhead’s guarantee policy?
The guarantee covers its replacement or repair if the machine is found as defective because of workmanship or faulty material within the guarantee period.
Will it work with a 220V input voltage?
Yes, it will. The vacuum works with both 110V and 220V input voltages.
Power and versatility are the two driving forces of this vacuum. Although it comes at a hefty price, its power and battery life make up for it.
So, what are your thoughts about this product? Are you convinced enough to buy? Let us know in the comments below.