With so many models and variants around choosing a Dyson can be a confusing business so we've put together this quick reference guide to help work out which Dyson is right for you:
|DC31||Similar to the DC30 but with dual power mode. Now superseded by the DC34.|
|DC30||Dyson's second generation handheld cleaner. Superseded by the DC34.|
|DC23T2||The same as the DC23 but with an updated non-telescopic wand.|
|DC23||A full size and powered cylinder machine with a wrapable hose and telescopic wand.|
|DC22||A smaller and lighter version of the DC23 cylinder cleaner with a wrapable hose and telescopic wand.|
|DC16||Dyson's first handheld vacuum cleaner. Superseded by the DC30 and DC31 which have extended battery life.|
|DC14||Upright vacuum cleaner model. Note that on the Origin variant the brushbar can't be turned off so it's not ideal for homes with hard floors due to possible scratching.|
Multi Floor: Most (but not all) Multi Floors iinclude HEPA filtration for allergy sufferers
Stubborn: As multi Floor but with stubborn brush and spot cleaner (DC33 only)
Drawing: Limited edition DC24/DC25 Multi Floor in white.
Animal: As Multifloor but also comes with ""Animal"" air-powered brushbar tool for pet hairs (also useful for stairs and car footwells).