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Deal of the week: Dyson ball DC25 bagless upright vacuum cleaner

Save £113 on this Dyson upright vacuum cleaner

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This Dyson ball DC25 Animal bagless upright vacuum cleaner is a whopping £113 cheaper at Argos, making it £249.99.

Usually this model sells for anything between £300 and £350, so this is a sizable saving. Designed to be lightweight (7.4kg), this vacuum cleaner has a 1.3-litre dustbin and an extra tool for pet hair.

Find out which model of vacuum cleaner would work best in your home with our guide to buying the best vacuum cleaner.

Dyson vacuum cleaners

Dyson vacuum cleaners are different from other vacs as they use patented Root Cyclone technology, which Dyson claims ‘spins the air so fast that centrifugal forces up to 150,000 times the force of gravity fling dust and dirt out of the air and straight into the clear bin.’

We’ve put 22 Dyson vacuum cleaners through our expert lab tests, from cylinder vacuum cleaners to upright vacs such as this one. Visit our vacuum cleaner reviews to find out how effective this upright vacuum cleaner was in our tests.

How we test vacuum cleaners

When testing vacuum cleaners in the lab, we look at how well each one picks up dirt – our Which? Best Buy vacuum cleaners pick up twice as much dirt as the average. We also test how loud each machine is – we’ve found noises ranging from 70db to 90db. As 60db is the level of a normal conversation, you could talk over a 70db cleaner but you’d struggle with one nearer 90db.

See our expert lab tests in action in our video on how we test vacuum cleaners.  

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Deal of the week

Spotted this Dyson ball DC25 Animal bagless upright vacuum cleaner for less elsewhere? Let us know – email bargains@which.co.uk with the details and we’ll update this page. All prices correct at 2pm on Thursday 28th June 2012.

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