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The first and most obvious question - does it work as a vacuum?
Yes. It's not what you would expect from a 400 dollar upright corded vacuum, but it's much more powerful than you would ever expect from a hand-held with an attachment. I'd say that it's on a par with corded 150-200 dollar vacuums I've used. It absolutely blows my old cheap 70 dollar target special bagged upright away. The first few days I was emptying the dust canister every few minutes as it sucked up stuff the old vacuum missed.
I live in a 650 square foot apartment with three cats and one other human being. 20 minutes, even with the occasional use of the max power setting, is more than enough to do the house and furniture daily. Even when I forgot to plug it in (prior to mounting the dock on the wall) I was able to do repeated touch-ups around the litter boxes and still have excess power.
Of course, there's no cord to drag around through the furniture. It's hard to explain how light and easy to maneuver it is, getting deep under furniture and cabinet edges without effort once you get used to using it.
Now, to be fair, it's a little awkward at first if you've never used this sort of vacuum. There's a tendency to want to push down that's hard to overcome, and pushing down just gets it stuck. My spouse complained that the trigger is hard to keep down, but with use that seems to be less of a problem. Either hand strengthening...or it's breaking in.
It's all you need in an apartment or small house. If you have a bigger place, you may still get a lot of use out of it, running around bedrooms and tight areas doing the daily vacuuming. I wouldn't want to rely on it to do huge empty 500 square foot living rooms, though. The head is just too small, the dust canister only holds about two cups of debris, and the battery is not unlimited. For large households with a lot of traffic, a deeper cleaning corded vacuum may still be a good idea for very heavily trafficked areas.
We originally purchased the DC35 animal (the old model) at a local store. The carpet tool simply could not pick up clumps of cat hair on a slick surfaced rug. It was utterly defeated, even after 5-6 trips across. In use on the carpet and tile, we had to repeatedly hit the "max power" button to accomplish ordinary cleaning, reducing the run time to more like 8 minutes.
Luckily, we spotted the DC44 when we went to return the DC35. We researched it, and decided to give it a shot.
It retains every feature we liked about the DC35. It takes almost no space, mounting to an unused bit of wall behind the trash can. It feels surprisingly light, and is as well balanced as they say. It is a huge upgrade from the DC35 as a basic vacuum cleaner, though. It is absolutely worth it to get this model instead of the DC35, unless you really just want a hand vacuum with extensions. The DC35 does not do the job as a primary replacement for an upright.
Dyson says the DC44 carpet head "has 100% more power" than the DC35. I'd say it works about 50% better in real life situations, but that's all the boost it needed.
The even better news is that parts, while not exactly cheap, are not hugely overpriced. You can replace the wand for 30, the power head for something like 90, the battery for around 75 That makes this a real long term investment, not something to chuck out in 3-5 years when the battery life fades or it gets stepped on.
I have only one complaint, and it makes me wish that Amazon allowed half stars. As great as this vacuum is, it's not quite worth 400 bucks, and I strongly suspect the price will be dropping once the "just released" buzz fades.
Wait for Black Friday or Cyber Monday, or just keep an eye out for deals. So far I've seen it marked down as low as 360, and I've seen it offered at 400 with a 60 dollar additional extension kit thrown in. Those are both much better deals for what you'll be getting. With the dust tool and the flexible hose, it's great for taking out to the car for a quick detail job.
I'm not at all sorry we bought it, but I do wish we'd waited a bit. Forty bucks fills my gas tank.
I wanted to add my review since so many reviews seem to be from first-time parents. I have an older edition so I can't speak to the latest material presented, although I will be getting this version soon.
I am on my third son in five years. I'm exhausted and seem to be in a constant "new mom fog." This book has been such a great help in the middle of the night -- or day! It's easy to reference and has calm, clear advice. It's great to look in and say, "Oh, this is NORMAL!" and to also know when things aren't so normal.
Dr. Brown practices here in my town and she was actually the first physician to examine my first son, since I saw another doctor in her practice. She is very much like her writing -- straightforward, smart, and knows her stuff.
Every new and not-so-new parent needs this book!
Writers in workshops always enjoy and benefit from the surprise of the O.Henry stories.
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