Pet hair finds its way into every corner of the home. Dyson engineers have engineered some clever tools and machines to help tackle this problem. Would you like to review Dyson’s latest accessories for combatting pet hair? We are seeking a reader to put the Tangle-free Turbine and Dyson DC39 to the test.
About The DC39
Engineered to follow faithfully, DC39 is Dyson’s first cylinder vacuum with Ball™ technology for stable manoeuvring around the tightest corners.
Cylinder cleaners are often awkward to steer and can topple. They lurch into furniture, veer off at tangents and may be difficult to pull. Like an errant shopping trolley, their crude casters drift across hard floors and get buried in carpets – more force is needed to keep them on track. And reliant on bags or filters – they can lose performance too.
Sitting on a ball, DC39 has a lower centre of gravity and is easier to pull without snagging on corners or the carpet pile. Coupled with a unique central steering system, it uses an articulating chassis and central pivot point for negotiating tight turns and circumnavigating sofas. And equipped with Dyson’s Radial Root Cyclone™ technology, it captures more microscopic dust than any other cyclone.
About The Tangle Free Turbine
The perfect accessory for getting rid of frustrating pet hair from your carpet and upholstery. The Dyson Tangle-free Turbine tool is the only turbine tool that effectively removes hair from surfaces without tangling– no mess. Dyson’s tool uses two counter-rotating heads, with brushes to remove hair and dirt, sucking it straight into the bin – hygienically. The heads spin round to the very front of the tool, dislodging hair right up to the edges of stairs and corners.
So, What Do You Do Next?
Email us at email@example.com putting Dyson DC39 in the subject line to tell us why you should win and a bit about your dogs to be in with a chance of bagging this bagless cleaner. The winner will be expected to send a 500 word review of your thoughts and experience using the cleaner and tangle free tool, with accompanying images, with your review being published on K9Magazine.com!
Entries must be UK based.