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The Dyson Ball Vacuum Sucks Up Dirt You Didn't Know Was There—and It's $129 Off

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Just like nothing compares to fresh baked cookies on Christmas Eve, nothing compares to the way the Dyson Ball Vacuum cleans floors. The device sucks up dirt you didn't know was there, and it's certified asthma- and allergy-friendly, trapping allergens and bacteria as it goes. Needless to say, when we peeped that it was 28 percent off following the Amazon Prime Early Access Sale, we had to tell everyone. While it's still a bit of a splurge, snagging the top-rated Dyson corded electric vacuum for $320 (down from $449) is a serious deal, but you have to act fast.

Buyers say Dyson vacuums last ten-plus years, but to truly appreciate this household workhorse, you've got to see it in action:

With tons of Dysons to choose from, why this one, specifically? The ball bearing makes it easy to steer in hard-to-reach corners and behind furniture. Most importantly, its Radial Root Cyclone technology (which tackles dirt and microscopic dust) is self-adjusting, automatically altering between carpets and hard floors. The bristles are also shorter and stiffer than other models to allow for a deeper carpet cleaning too.

The detachable, instant-release high-reach wand is an added bonus, letting you tackle often-neglected corners of your home, like the back of the refrigerator, in the cracks of stairs and under the couch.

"The suction on this thing is incredible! I am able to just run it over the carpet once and it picks up ALL the fur! This has significantly decreased my time spent vacuuming the house and I couldn’t be happier!" one reviewer shares.

Folks with allergies are even more impressed with the HEPA filtration element that traps allergens and bacteria inside the machine vs. expelling them out. "It does function as advertised as far as power, no dust in the air when using, which is a big plus since I have allergies," one buyer writes.

No wonder shoppers are virtually lining up to buy it now (including us).


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