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- Dyson is known for its cordless vacuum, and its outsized vacuum is still the largest and most powerful.
- These include large bins, wide cleaning heads, adaptive suction power, and LCD screens.
- I tried the Dyson V11 outsize (now sold in Bed Bath & Beyond) and found it to be great for cleaning large homes.
Dyson has come up with another line of cordless vacuums, and this time, they are bigger and more powerful than their predecessors.
Like all Disney spacecraft, the new outsized models are a huge investment. The group’s cheapest is the V11 Outsize Cordless Vacuum, which currently sells for $ 799 and is sold through Bed Bath & Beyond. There’s a lot to spend on vacuums right now, but if you spend a lot of time cleaning your floor because your existing space isn’t powerful, big or easy enough, the Dyson V11 outsize might be the solution. ۔
After testing the V11 for five months, we’ve determined that the space is perfect for large spaces and family homes.
Design and specs
Compared to traditional wire gaps, cordless V11 outsize is sleek, thin and not heavy.
It is about four feet long and weighs just under eight pounds, with a 12.5-inch wide cleaner head, LCD screen and rechargeable battery. In addition to the standard cleaner head, it comes with five interchangeable tools and an additional battery pack for more specific cleaning tasks, bringing the total runtime to 120 minutes.
It also comes with a docking station that you can mount on your wall for easy, organized storage.
How to use V11 out size.
Even if you are a first time owner of a Disney cordless vacuum, the setup and features are intuitive and easy to understand. After fully charging the device, click the components together and it is ready for use.
You can choose from three different cleaning modes (Echo, Auto, Boost) by clicking the button on the LCD screen. This screen also tells you how much time is left on your vacuum battery. Echo mode uses the least battery, while Boost mode uses the most for deep cleaning on stubborn dirt. Auto mode is versatile and adaptive middle ground that automatically detects changes in floor types and adjusts suction power accordingly.
To start cleaning, press the handle trigger and release it to stop suction. My hands are on the small side so I sometimes find the handle tired by clicking down, but the good news is that you don’t have to push the trigger down to activate the suction.
The wireless rod design and bin position is great because you can go under small, narrow spaces without rearranging your furniture. I could reach the small space under my sofas and even under my piano pedal, just by bending down a bit and rotating the space properly.
Vacuums are also less cumbersome in the absence of cords. Although many wireless vacuums have acknowledged that there are long lines, it’s best not to tangle or look for available stores. I moved from room to room, and downstairs rapidly upwards, saving time and effort on unpleasant work.
As the name suggests, the most distinctive feature about external size is its size.
It has a wide clean head to cover large areas of dust and debris, plus a 0.5 gallon bin to store all that dust and clean your entire house (several times) without emptying the bin. Makes it possible to
The main features of this model, with a powerful motor that rotates up to 125,000 rpm and a filtration system that traps 99.99% particles, allow quick and complete cleaning work.
With each member of my family, increasing daytime and pedestrian traffic, weekly vacuuming has become even more important. Outsize has managed to get all the hair, food and dust from our two storey house without any hassle and on a single charge. Once I’ve occupied all the rooms, it’s easy to empty the bin directly into the trash without touching any of its contents (not to mention more hygiene).
If you have a lot of ground to cover, the outsize comes with an extra battery pack that you can replace dead when the time comes. However, every time I’ve used it, I still don’t need an extra battery pack.
Disadvantages to consider.
The outsize is not perfect, and this is due to the extra weight, noise and price tag.
- Weight: The V11 outsize Dyson’s heaviest cordless space. The whole machine is not complicated, but if you spend too much time vacuuming, your hand may still get tired. I suspect this is due to the ben position, which concentrates the weight on the top of the device and makes your body work harder to carry it. Because it is a design that allows you to travel in difficult areas, weight is not the end of the world, but it is something you should keep in mind.
- Noise: “When the vacuum is at a low setting, the noise is tolerable in the morning at home. – Jada Wong, Former Senior Editor
- Heat: “Like the V10, the V11’s battery comes from the handle so it generates a lot of heat that goes out of the vent. I didn’t notice it when I vacuum the floors in big movements but when I Vicky has to maneuver for corners and cracks, I’ll take a shot of air on my face or hands. – Jada Wong, Former Senior Editor
- Price: As a recent launch with extremely powerful features, the outsize is definitely not cheap and it retails for 800 800. If your budget allows it and you urgently need a better vacuum option, I think it’s worth it. However, if you don’t want to pay too much but still want the reliability and performance of the Dyson vacuum, I suggest 1) wait until the new model arrives so that the outsize price is reduced, 2) the existing Dyson Check deals (the biggest discounts are around Black Friday and Cyber Monday), or 3) Check out older models, which are usually a little lighter and less powerful, with less battery per charge. If you want an older model, here’s a quick comparison of the size and torque drive, which is also part of the V11 line.
Would you buy it
After testing several cordless vacuums, I would recommend that you live in a large, suburban family home with a variety of cleaning levels. Large bun, wide cleaning head, and strong strength are perfect for large cleaning work. Meanwhile, there are cheaper wireless vacuums that are better for smaller spaces, such as the Shark Vortex du Clean Powerfence Cordless vacuum.
I like to use V11 outsize to clean my house, but I don’t think it’s for everyone.
If you don’t have a big house or you don’t mind recharging your device between long cleaning sessions, you’ll be fine with a cheap wireless vacuum.
However, an outsized vacuum has all the features you would want in a high-tech vacuum: they are large and efficient, but still look sleek, and can reach low, hard-to-reach areas. Beyond the basic task of cleaning, they are easy to empty, maintain and store. If you want to invest in a wireless vacuum for a big house, I can’t imagine a better choice.