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Let’s face it, housework can be a chore. But for some, it can be a real pain, literally. Negotiating furniture with a clumsy cleaner can really take its toll. But cleaning needn’t be painful, in any sense of the word.
Research shows that just 20 minutes of regular exercise - and that includes cleaning - can actually have a positive impact on body and mind (it’s true!) and can delay biological ageing by as much as 12 years. So there’s no excuse for not getting out the vacuum; especially now that Dyson has a range of lightweight cleaners designed with the senior lifestyle in mind.
The trend towards smaller homes means that storage space can be at a premium – believe it or not, Dyson’s smallest vacuum cleaner the DC26HEPA can sit on a ream of paper; and their cordless handstick will also suit every floor type.
And, like their handheld models, Dyson’s full-sized vacuums all feature their patented ‘no loss of suction’ technology. They’re bagless and have lifetime filters, so Dyson’s machines have no ongoing running costs – a real consideration these days. Not to mention that their hygienic one-touch bin-emptying, means that all that dirt and dust is disposed without effort, and you’re free to enjoy a clean home … at least until the grandchildren come to visit!
We know you’ll be impressed by Dyson’s extensive range - it gives you plenty of choice, and they’ll make it easy to suit your home and your lifestyle.
All Dyson vacuum cleaners are approved by the Asthma Foundation of New Zealand’s Sensitive Choice programme. This is easily identified by the Foundation’s Sensitive Choice blue logo.