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You're right. Nature does abhor a vacuum.
And here we are.
Decided my signature is obnoxious.
Have two lines instead.
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mohavemarv wrote:I'm curious about two issues;
1) With the motor up at hand level as opposed to down at floor level, what does this do for noise level?
2) The write-up says it charges "three times faster". What does this mean in hours/minutes?
Thanks for any info you might have and can share.
 The motor is not as noisy as you would think - except on the MAX setting, which, BTW will leave the battery gasping after about 7 minutes on average. Even on the MAX setting (which does offer an actual performance boost above the already-excellent cleaning) the noise is not that annoying. However, I have teenagers, so YMMV.
 Recharge time depends on how far down the battery is discharged, but plan on about two hours on average. We purchased a second battery from Dyson, and keep it topped up, as we tend to use this little beauty several times a day, all over the house. With two batteries fully charged, you can get about 30 - 35 minutes total cleaning time. Doesn't sound like a lot, but I could vac our house (2600 sq feet) easily with this in less time than that.
If you do get an extra battery, remember that running this little guy continuously for too long can result in the motor getting hot, and shutting down for a bit to cool off. Only had it happen twice in the last 18 months, but it is a possibility. Typically, I stop while cleaning to move a chair, pick up toys, etc. and so the machine is not on non-stop.
And yes, you DO have to hold the trigger down when you are using it. Probably the worst thing I can say about it.
We love ours so much that I would not hesitate to purchase another. It is very easy to use, and lightweight.
Happy little Wooter since 2005!
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I feel like someones trying to pull one over on me here.
I mean, why would I spend 250.00 on this when I can nearly buy a BIG O fan with no visible blades?
Does anyone else see this like I do? I mean, it looks like someone went out to the ole work shop and took a fairly nice drill apart and a few different style old vacuums and made a new vacuum that runs out of power about as quickly as I would like to spend cleaning house, but not long enough to even sweep up my camper.
have you ever stood in a used car lot and got yanked into buying a car that you didn't need or want without a salesman standing there pressuring you?
hmm... me either. LOL I'm thinking this is an insult to the people of the USA's intelligence. yet some are selling aren't they..
Good show Dyson. And Woot too I suppose.
What Lies Behind Us and Lies Before Us are Small Matters Compared to What Lies Right to Our Faces.