I love him. End of story.
First off like Jen told me it takes so little time to put the couple things together to get your guy up and running. I was in a panic to get started that I made the mistake to not pick up things off the floor like I normally do. After a few swipes across my carpet and marveling at the love of my life, Dyson, I heard an awful sound. Woopsie my man Dyson chewed up a cell phone charger cord. Normally I would be upset but I felt so proud of Dyson. I wanted to stroke him and say, "yeah good boy you show them what a sucker you are, they should have gotten out of your way".
I also likened it to those pet owners who own vicious dogs who snap at smaller dogs. You know the ones. The little pooch should have stayed away from the big dogs. :raspberry: Ok not really but that is the best I can come up with.
Bullet points (with no bullets).
My god the trigger lever to dispose of the grossness - AWESOME. I think I heard the angels sing from heaven when I pressed the lever and the yuckiness fell out.
All the shizz that came with it.
So easy and not a war and peace size manual. Only two pages or so and most of that is diagrams. I like manuals for dummies.
Oh the smell as you are vacuuming. THE SMELL OF CLEAN.
End of non bullet - bullet points.
Now for pictures
Pardon the trash picture, but in my excitedness to push the lever I forgot to take a picture of the nasty stuff IN MY DYSON canister. So yeah sorry to gross you out with the trash pic.
Holy Jeebus look at all that shizz!! :jawdrop: Good call on me getting the pet vacuum version. :medal:
RIP cell phone charger. You were a good friend but you should have known better than to get in Dyson's way.