My Dyson DC22 Turbinehead review: Powered by a digital motor, the Dyson DC22 Turbinehead vacuum is one good looking machine. Since it’s a canister vacuum, it is actually about 1/3 the size of a normal upright Dyson. But don’t mistake smaller for cheaper – it costs around $650-$700, which is more than any current upright model. I really like the filtration system on this model, it’s basically HEPA grade. I also love how small this vacuum is, making it really easy to stick in a small closet. And, like all Dyson’s, the suction is amazing and it’s bagless.
Even though the Dyson DC22 Turbinehead is small in size, it is actually quite heavy. I don’t really mind too much, because normally heavy equals a quality build. However, I can see it being a bit of a nuisance for people with a lot of stairs. You also have to be prepared to empty the canister at least once every time you use it (the canister is quite small). Lastly, I think the cord could have been a couple inches longer. It won’t reach across a big room very well.
So, I wouldn’t say this model is without faults. However, there’s a lot to like about the Dyson DC22 Turbinehead vacuum. I can’t give it 5 stars because of the price and the few minor issues I mentioned above, but I think it’s still worthy of 4/5 stars. Well done Dyson, once again.