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The Dirt Devil Dash's wand is easy to use and nests inside the vacuum body, with the handle serving both the vacuum in general and the wand.

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The Dirt Devil's turbo tool is not nearly as effective as similar tools on other models.

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Dirt Devil gives you a lot of options for customizing your vacuum, such as adjustable brush height for different floors and the ability to turn the brushroll on and off with the press of a button.

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The Dirt Devil's dustbin is smaller than others, but it's easy to use.

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Each brand has a different take on the dustbin, leading to dramatically different-looking products. Dirt Devil boasts a no-frills bin that, while smaller, is easy to use.

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Many vacuum cleaners offer turbo tool attachments, designed to remove stubborn debris (namely pet hair) from furniture and upholstery. Unfortunately, the Dirt Devil's turbo attachment doesn't work very effectively.

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