The more accessories included, the better?
We at Smart-Home-Fox don’t think that’s entirely true..
Many manufacturers in the UK include countless useless gadgets in the scope of delivery of their cordless vacuum cleaners to set themselves apart from the competition. Things that no one really needs so at the end of the day, it’ll be relegated to a distant corner and will only take up space in our homes.
This is not the case with the Dyson V8 Absolute. Every accessory is justified and has its special area of application.
The scope of delivery of the Dyson V8 Absolute
- Electric brush with direct drive
- Soft roller with direct drive
Which attachment is used for what?
The Standard Electric Brush
You can use the standard brush for vacuuming both hard and soft surfaces.
The Fluffy Brush
This one comes in very handy when removing dirt from hard floors such as laminate or parquet.
The Combination Tool
It’s a useful extra that you can use to vacuum objects. For delicate surfaces, you use the soft bristles and if you don’t want to go too easy on the surface, you can pull back the bristles with the push of a button.
The Crevice Nozzle
The crevice nozzle is an evergreen among vacuum accessories. With this attachment, you can get into narrow crevices and slots where other attachments won’t fit in. It’s perfect for vacuuming the car or between upholstery.
The Wall Bracket
It's very useful for storing the cordless vacuum cleaner on the wall to save space and charge it at the same time.
The Mini Electric Brush
It's a game changer when vacuuming pet hair from upholstery.
Extra Soft Brush
This one comes in very handy when cleaning furniture and sensitive objects.
Which model of the Dyson V8 works best for me?
When the V8 was launched, there was a range of different models to choose from: the V8 Absolute, the V8 Motorhead, Fluffy and so on.
That’s how Dyson UK differentiates the prices and the main difference between these models are the included accessories.
Nowadays, there are only two different V8 models left to choose from:
The only difference between these two models, which are available at the same price, is one accessory.
The Absolute includes a super soft brush, whereas the Total Clean comes with a flex hose.
It’s therefore just a matter of whether you prefer a soft brush or a flexible hose. Once you’ve made up your mind about that, the decision is quite easy to make.
It’s really just a matter of taste!