Updated October 02, 2019 by Tina Morna Freitas

The 6 Best Dyson Vacuums

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This wiki has been updated 10 times since it was first published in February of 2018. If you are ready to splurge on a high-end vacuum cleaner, then Dyson is probably on your radar. While their original claim to fame is that they never lose suction, they now offer a full array of styles and options, making it difficult to choose when making such an important, and not insignificant, investment. Our selection features the best models for a variety of needs and budgets. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best dyson vacuum on Amazon.

6. V7 Trigger

5. V8 Absolute

4. Big Ball Canister

3. Ball Multi Floor 2

2. V11 Torque Drive

1. Ball Animal 2

Editor's Notes

September 26, 2019:

When Dyson vacuums first hit the market the only question on a potential buyer's mind was whether or not they wanted to invest in the pricey machine. Now they offer more than the best suction on the market, they have a full suite of choices from upright to handheld and some other pretty impressive features.

The ball technology took what was once a heavy hard-to-maneuver piece of machinery, and gave it the ability to navigate precisely around furniture with the turn of a wrist. The Animal Ball 2 is still their most impressive model with a suite of advance attachments to get at hair and dander on any surface of your house.

You can save some money by opting for the Ball Multi Floor 2, especially if you don't have pets. These two models are very similar, except the Multi Floor has a slightly less powerful motor and weighs a few pounds less, but you also won't get the incredible turbine tool for upholstery, that some consider worth the price difference between the two models.

The V11 Torque Drive is in many ways an update to the V8 Absolute, but considering that the V11 is so much more expensive, the V8 remains a great alternative to the latest and greatest. If you only use your stick vacuum for short sessions, you many not need the longer battery life and larger bin.

Tina Morna Freitas
Last updated on October 02, 2019 by Tina Morna Freitas

Tina Morna Freitas is a writer who lives in Chicago with her family and three cats. She has a B.A. in anthropology with a minor in English, and has built a freelance career over the years in writing and digital marketing. Her passions for cooking, decorating and home improvement contribute to her extensive knowledge of all things kitchen and home goods. In addition, her 20 years as a parent inform her expertise in the endless stream of toys and equipment that inevitably takes over the homes of most parents. She also enjoys gardening, making and sipping margaritas, and aspires to be a crazy cat lady once all the children are grown.

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