Dyson is so sure the V10 is the future of vacuuming that it bet its entire future on it, as the company ceased further R&D work on its upright corded vacuums with its launch earlier this year.
When we tested it, we found the performance exceptional but the price exorbitant. The fully-strapped V10 retails for $700, with its most affordable variant, the Motorhead, at $500. The the Motorhead is $50 off today and, to the surprise of some, is the exact same machine as the super premium model (called the Absolute).
The only difference between the Motorhead and the Absolute is a few bonus vacuum heads — namely a dusting brush, a mini-vacuum head and the “Soft Roller” head, which is meant for carpets and high pile rugs. So long as you don’t have a need for an ultra-powerful duster (this vacuum is complete overkill for dusting) and don’t have too much cushy carpet and rug space, it will function the same as its $250 more expensive big brother.
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