Dyson DC23 Turbine Plus vacuum cleaner
The Dyson DC23 Turbine Plus canister (barrel) vacuum cleaner that features a turbine head for improved removal of dirt and pet hair from floors and carpets. The brush bar in the turbine head can be turned off to protect delicate rugs and hard floors when cleaning. The DC23 Turbine Plus has a 2 litre capacity, and features a HEPA filter, and an easy-to-empty bin. The DC23 Turbine Plus also includes a mini turbine head as well as tools for hard floors, stairs and crevices.
Price$ 949.00 (AUD)
|Allegern filtration / HEPA||Yes|
|Bag / bin capacity||2L|
|Tools / attachments||Brush tool, Crevice tool, Stair tool|
|Vacuum cleaner form factor||Canister|
|Warranty length (months)||24|
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