The Dyson V6 range, with its stick design and detachable handheld mode, was one of the most popular cordless models – and for good reason. It was a powerful vacuum with a lightweight and versatile design, while being significantly cheaper than the V8 Absolute.
Dyson doesn’t manufacture the V6 anymore – but the V7 series is an excellent replacement with several improvements.
The biggest difference is the longer 30-minute run-time. The V6 was criticised for its 20-minute battery life, which was too short for cleaning a home in one session. The V7 provides up to a half-hour of fade-free suction – although this drops if using a motorised tool.
Dyson has also included their no-touch dirt emptying system with the V7. Instead of a simple trap door, you empty the vacuum by pulling up a lever. This opens the hatch while simultaneously forcing dust and dirt out rather than relying on gravity.
- Price Range: £££
- Power: 100AW (max mode)
- Weight: 2.3kg
- Dust Capacity: 0.54 Litres
- Powerful suction from the digital V7 motor
- Motorised cleaner head that stirs up dust and dirt from carpets
- Converts to a handheld mode
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