What is the Dyson V7 Animal?
The Dyson V7 Animal is the upgrade to the Dyson V8 Absolute, and now Dyson has changed the name to the V7. The motor has been made smaller and the motor is also half the size of the V8.
There is also a new rotor, which you can remove and swap for different types of brushes. There is also a new brushed head with soft microfibre, which is said to take out over 99% of dust particles and pet hair and can then be washed.
The new motor is one of the quieter motors on the market and has a touch-sensitive sensor, so you can control the fan power from your smartphone. The Dyson V7 Animal takes what was already one of the best handheld vacuums and changes a few things that make it even better.
Where is the Dyson V7 Animal on the Dyson Website?
Using the V7 Animal:
On the Dyson V7 Animal, all of the buttons are on the handle, so it’s easier to use than the older V6 model, which is very long and had some buttons that were hard to reach.
The handle looks a bit like the one on the V6, but is much shorter and has a lot more material to it, making it comfortable and easy to hold. The remote control, which is basically the same as the V6 but adds a few more buttons, is a great way to control both your device and the V7.
It’s much easier to use the remote control to operate the V7 Animal than the V6 because the buttons are smaller and less confusing. In fact, once you’ve learned the settings, it’s simple to use the remote to control the V7.
How to clean the Dyson V7 Animal:
Now let’s get to the fun part: getting this puppy clean. When you first take the machine out of the box, it takes a bit of time to get it up and running, but it’s not difficult once you have it up and running.
You can do the majority of the cleaning using the mechanical brush attachment, which comes in the box, or with one of the many tools you can get for your Dyson V7 Animal. Let’s take a look at some of the tools, but first, we’ll give you some general cleaning instructions. When cleaning the Dyson V7 Animal, use the Dyson Tool, which is attached to the cleaner head.
The Dyson Tool is great for all the tasks we’ll be performing: taking dust out of an upright canister, sweeping up fallen hair, and cleaning up crumbs.
What do you think? Is this the cord-free vacuum for you? Let us know in the comments.