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We get down-to-earth with the dirt and routine tests Dyson's center DC11 Allergy compact vacuum. Will a machine small enough to fit into a 60cm kitchen cupboard eat up all the dirt in asthma my house? If you thought vacuum cleaners were on a par with sanitary towels as a conversation stopper, think again.
Since Dyson launched its bagless cleaner in the 1980s, online forums have buzzed with arguments about whether bagless cylinders clean better than upright bagged. There is plenty to talk about with Dyson's latest machine.
If you are short of space, then the DC11 Allergy is just the thing. It packs away into half the storage space of many other cylinder vacuums. In place of long and cumbersome appendages, it has a telescopic wand that extends to three times its length when in use.
When collapsed, the wand clips onto the top of the machine and doubles as a handle so you can carry it easily.
The hose clips neatly around the body. We managed to fit the DC11 into a standard, 60cm kitchen base cupboard.
Dyson's designers have assumed that people who are short of storage space must live in small houses. The dirt capacity on the bins is a very small.8 litres. This compares with.0 litres on Dyson's DC07.
If your house is very big and dirty, then the DC11 is not the best cleaner for you to buy unless you are prepared to make frequent trips to empty the dustbins as you vacuum around your mansion.