In this post, DC33 refers to DC33 Multi Floor Vacuum Cleaner, and DC25 refers to DC25 Multi Floor Vacuum Cleaner.
Let’s take a look at some of the differences between these two Dyson upright vacuum cleaners below.
Dyson DC33 vs DC25
1, Suction Power
DC33 is more powerful.
DC33 has a suction power of 240 airwatts while DC25 has 220 airwatts.
DC25 is more expensive than DC33.
DC25 price at $499.99 while DC33 priced at $399.99 on Dyson.com. (These prices are checked on July 21, 2011.)
3, Brushbar control type
DC25 uses fingertip brush control, so you can turn on/off the brushbar without bending down.
D33 has a different control type. Its brushbar on/off switch is located on the vac head, so you have to bend down to turn it on/off.
4, Removing blockages from the brushbar.
You can remove the brushbar of DC25 while trying to cut away fiber and long hair from it, while the brushbar of DC33 is not removable.
5, Bin capacity
DC33 has a bigger bin.
The bin capacity of DC33 is 0.61 gallons while DC25 has a 0.31 gallon bin.
6, Cord length
DC33 has a longer cord.
The cord length of DC33 is 35 feet while DC25 has a 24.6 foot cord.
DC25 switches the suction when the wand is drawn while DC33 switches suction from the bottom to the wand immediately when it is in upright position.
8, Movement type
Dyson DC25 uses ball technology while DC33 uses fixed wheel. Some customers said that the ball technology makes the cleaner eaiser to maneuver, but some said not. So it depends.
DC33 is heavier than DC25, but not very much.
DC33 weighs 17.6 pounds while DC25 weighs 16.12
The dimensions of DC33 is 44.9″ x 13.4″ x 14.0″ (HxWxD) while the dimensions of DC25 is 42.4″ x 12.2″ x 15.4″.
Overall, Dyson DC25 is more user friendly and easier to use, but DC33 has more powerful suction and is $100 cheaper. Which one to buy depends on your personal preferences and your budget.
If you want to learn more about these two vacuum cleaners, you can read the Dyson DC33 Multi Floor Review and Dyson DC25 Multi Floor Vacuum Review.