Dyson DC44 Animal Vacuum

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The DC44 cordless vacuum cleaner is powered by the Dyson digital motor V2. It has 20 minutes of run time, and is balanced for floor to ceiling cleaning. The motorised cleaner head has twice the power of the original DC35 cleaner head, and the brush bar has carbon fibre filaments for removing fine dust from hard floors. The Dyson digital motor, fade-free battery and Radix Cyclone™ technology combine to provide powerful, constant suction.
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TypeHandheld Vacuum
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