Dyson Groom, Groom Tool

January 8, 2020 - Comment

This is an O.E.M. authorized part. Fits various Dyson models. OEM Part Number 921000-02. Made in United States. Product Features This is an O.E.M authorized part Fits Dyson Vacuum Models DC50, DC28, DC14, DC40, DC65, DC17, DC07, DC41, DC15, DC23, DC18, DC25, DC11, DC24, DC26, DC22, DC33, and DC27 IF YOU DO NOT SEE YOUR

This is an O.E.M. authorized part. Fits various Dyson models. OEM Part Number 921000-02. Made in United States.

Product Features

  • This is an O.E.M authorized part
  • Fits Dyson Vacuum Models DC50, DC28, DC14, DC40, DC65, DC17, DC07, DC41, DC15, DC23, DC18, DC25, DC11, DC24, DC26, DC22, DC33, and DC27 IF YOU DO NOT SEE YOUR DYSON PART NUMBER THIS GROOM KIT WILL NOT FIT
  • OEM Part Number 921000-02
  • Suitable for medium or long haired dogs
  • Slicker bristles positioned at 35 degree
  • Remove loose dog hair from the coat before it’s shed around the home
  • Captures allergens during grooming
  • Removes dead skin cells improving coat condition

Comments

Anonymous says:

A cat’s best friend. Length:: 1:35 Mins After my senior kitty escaped outside one day, unbeknown to me, he brought home a few visitors, Upon discovering our very unwelcome houseguests, I began the daily chore of vacuuming every single day. Apparently, my cat soon figured out that where the vacuum went, the little bitey things were not. So, he started following me around as I was vacuuming, to the point that I had to start moving him out of the way to complete the chore. After about a week of this, and seeing how miserable the cat was (I had by that time got him re-started on Frontline and even a special medication from the vet), I had the brief insane idea that perhaps I could vacuum my cat to rid him and the house of fleas all the quicker.At first, I used a hand vac with a (non-rotating) bristle attachment. He actually enjoyed it! Over the next few days, he would lie down in front of the vacuum or follow me around until I vacuumed him again. As using a handvac on the…

Anonymous says:

How did I live with dogs without this product??? I don’t know how I lived my life without this. Seriously it is one of those products that the second you use it, you are amazed and in love. I have two Golden Retrievers and one German Shepherd, so as you can imagine, the shedding and the hair, is endless. I hate brushing them in the house because the hair gets everywhere, and if I brush them outside my yard is covered with clumps of hair that eventually look like drowned rats the next time it rains.The Dyson Groom solves all of that. There are virtually no flyaway hairs when brushing and for the few that do get away- you are holding a vacuum hose, so just point it at the escaping hair and it gets sucked right in. I am not covered in hair after using this, my house isn’t covered in hair, and the dogs seem to enjoy it. I switched from one Golden to the Shepherd and the Golden came walking over trying to nudge his way in as if to say, I am not done yet! My Shepherd had terrible aggression issues towards the vacuum…

Anonymous says:

Yes, Does What it Says it Does After reading the few available reviews here and elsewhere I ended up purchasing this item. It was quite obvious from all written and video information what this product is and does.I have three full grown labs, two black and one yellow (Gracie, who sheds like it’s 95 degrees year ’round). Hair flies off Grace constantly as she walks around the house. I’ve used this thing on her several times now and actually looked closely for hair dropped on the floor during the process…I have yet to find ONE piece. It actually suctions from above the brush mechanism as you’re brushing with the button pushed so as to suck up (according to Dysons site) hair and allergens…seems to be so.Admittedly I was a bit skeptical and was more than prepared to return it should it not work well. I’ll not be returning it.Yes, it’s made out of plastic, like pretty much all other Dyson products. No, it’s not “cheap” plastic. It’s heavy duty, well made, well fit material…

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