Jones Vacuum Center- Walterboro SC Authorized Dyson Dealer

Dyson DC59 cordless broom available at Jones Vacuum Center Walterboro, SC

British luxury vacuum manufacturer Dyson announced earlier this year two new vacuums for the North American market, including one designed specifically for the United States, according to Rusty Jones, owner of Jones Vacuum Center, Walterboro SC.  We have seen tremendous demand for Dyson products and have become the Low Country’s largest authorized service and sales center for the convenience of our customers.  Jones went on to say that Dyson continues to drive sales of everything vacuum related in his business from replacement filters to service and repair.  Dyson is a leading manufacturer in the vacuum industry today and were proud to have been chosen as an authorized dealer for their products.
The DC59 is a cordless, handheld vacuum cleaner Dyson claims is just as powerful as a corded, upright vacuum, while the DC65 is a corded upright that Dyson claims produces twice as much suction as any other commercially available vacuum, including previous Dyson models.  We have them available for you to checkout at our Walterboro vacuum store location.
The cordless DC59 is as functional and powerful as a conventional vacuum, Dyson says. The model uses Dyson’s new V6 motor, which is 150 percent faster, combined with a “2 Tier Radial cyclone” design that uses two levels of conical air cavities to increase suction and collect finer dust. It also comes with a long attachment wand that, along with an extra-wide carpet and floor-cleaning head, effectively turns the hand-held vacuum cleaner into an upright. Dyson will also release a version without the wand and carpet head as the handheld-only DC58 vacuum.

The DC65, meanwhile, is the first vacuum cleaner Dyson has designed specifically for the United States. It’s also the quickest-developed model, produced after only nine months of design and testing.
The DC65 is Dyson’s most powerful upright vacuum cleaner, edging out the DC40 and DC41 vacuums and, according to Jones, beating other upright vacuum cleaners twice over. It uses a new floor cleaner head that adjusts to different floor surfaces, working on carpets and hard flooring. It also features a hose and wand built into the body for spot cleaning and corners without changing accessories. Like other Dyson uprights, it uses the company’s ball design, storing many components inside a reinforced ball at the base that lets it turn around corners.
The Dyson DC59 has been available since Feb. 1 and is available at Jones Vacuum Center  with a suggested price of $499.99.  According to Jones, they will have the most competitive price available anywhere in the Low Country area and will meet competitors pricing.