Dyson Ball Animal 1 vs Animal 2 vs Animal 2 Total Clean: Comparison

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When it comes to vacuums, we are interested in the ones that have the capability to clean up pet hair, and of course general mess.

Dyson offers several upright vacuums like this, and in the guide below, we’ve compared the Dyson Ball Animal Upright vs Animal 2 vs Animal 2 Total Clean models.

We look at the main features of these models, and also also whether they might be worth purchasing.

Let’s take a better look at them!

 

(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)

 

Dyson Ball Animal 1 vs Animal 2 vs Animal 2 Total Clean

If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing these vacs here:

Ball Animal 1

 

Ball Animal 2

 

Dyson Ball Animal 1 vs Animal 2 vs Animal 2 Total Clean: Main Differences, & Which To Get?

Overall

The Ball Animal 1 and Ball Animal 2 are both good options as upright, corded vacuums that can do a general clean, but also deal with pet hair.

They are both worth consideration.

In addition to these Dyson Ball Animal models, you may want to check out the Eureka PowerSpeed, BISSELL Cleanview Swivel Pet, and the Shark Navigator Professional models as good upright, corded vacuum alternatives.

 

Differences

These vacuums have many similarities, but some main differences are:

Power – the Ball Animal 2 has around 306 Air Watts of suction power, compared to the Ball Animal 1 which has around 270 Air Watts of suction power (according to the best data we could find).

The Ball Animal 2 is designed to have the strongest suction of any pet upright vacuum on the market.

Having said that, they both are rated at 1400 Watts.

Dust Cup Capacity – the Ball Animal 2 has a capacity of about 0.55 gallons, and the Ball Animal 1 is at 0.225 gallons.

Extra tools – the Ball 2 Animal Total Clean comes with 6 extra cleaning accessories compared to the Ball Animal 2 – currently the articulating brush tool, brush cleaning tool, crevice tool, dusting brush, stair tool, large area cleaning tool.

It’s worth noting that the Ball Animal 2 and Ball Animal 2 Total Clean are the same machine from a specs point of view.

 

Similarities

All are electric/corded upright vacuums

All can be used on a range of floor surfaces

All have a hose and cleaning wand for above floor level cleaning

All have Ball Technology which allows a wider/deeper range of steering

All have an articulated 360 degree handle for better cleaning

All have an automatic height adjusting cleaner head that adjust across all surfaces

All are bagless with dust containers

All come with a Turbine tool that removes hair from carpets and upholstery, plus other cleaning tools

All have radial root Cyclone technology

All have a cord around the 30 to 35 foot range

All have a limited 5 year warranty

 

Dyson Ball Animal 1 vs Animal 2 vs Animal 2 Total Clean: Main Features

Dyson Ball Animal 1

An upright, corded vacuum

Can be used on different floor surfaces

Has an instant release wand for cleaning above floor level

Has a cleaning path width of 13.39 inches

Has Radial root cyclone technology – captures more dirt and dust

Has a self adjusting cleaner head – auto adjusts to the height of the floor you are cleaning

Uses a motorized brush to drive deeper into floor surfaces

Has the option to turn the brushroll on or off, depending on the floor surface you are cleaning

The vacuum has Ball technology – for easier steering and maneuvering

Has whole-machine filtration

Includes cleaning tools – including a pet hair tangle free turbine tool

Has a dust cup capacity of 0.225 gallons

Has a cord length of 35 feet

Vacuum weighs 17.56 lbs

Wattage is 1400 watts

Does not have a retractable cord or adjustable suction (with a suction control slider)

Has a limited warranty of 5 years

 

Dyson Ball Animal 2

An upright, corded vacuum

Designed to have the strongest suction of any vacuum

Has a cleaning path width of 13.38 inches

Can be used on different floor surfaces

Has a self adjusting cleaner head for adjusting to the height of different floor surfaces

Has the option to turn the brushroll on or off, depending on the floor surface you are cleaning

Has a cleaning wand and hose that can be used for above floor level cleaning

Uses the radial root cyclone technology to capture microscopic dust

Has whole machine filtration to trap more allergens

Has a dust bin capacity of 0.55 gallons

Has hygienic one button push release of the dust cup

The vacuum has Ball technology – for easier steering and maneuvering

Electrical cord is 35 feet

Comes with different cleaning tools such as the tangle free turbine tool, stair tool, combination tool 

Vacuum weighs 17.56 lbs

Wattage is 1400 watts

Has a limited warranty of 5 years

 

Dyson Ball Animal 2 Total Clean

Almost identical to the Dyson Ball Animal 2, except it comes with extra tools … six extra tools including the articulating hard floor tool, tangle-free turbine and a tool storage bag.

 

*Note that things such as the warranty length, cleaning accessory inclusions, and features can change over time. Check them before you purchase.

 

Other Relevant Vacuum Comparison Guides

Shark Navigator vs BISSELL Cleanview vs HOOVER WindTunnel vs Dyson Ball Animal 2: Comparison

Shark Rotator Professional vs True Pet vs Dyson Ball Animal 2 Comparison Guide

Shark APEX DuoClean Powered Lift Away vs Shark Vertex DuoClean Powerfins Powered Lift Away vs Dyson Ball Animal 2

Shark Navigator Pet Pro vs Pet Plus vs BISSELL Pet Hair Eraser vs Dyson Animal Comparison Guide

Miele Cat & Dog C1 vs C3 vs CX1 vs U1 vs Dyson Ball Animal 2: Comparison

 

Best Vacuums For Pet Hair

If you want more vacuums to look at, we outline some of the best upright, handheld, cordless/stick, and robotic vacuums for pet hair in this guide.

 

 

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