If you are buying your first vacuum, chances are you are pretty overwhelmed by the amount of company and product there are. Tineco and Dyson both of them are excellent cordless vacuum producer. There are a few things you have to consider when buying a vacuum.
Depending on what your daily usage of the vacuum is, one might be better than the other. So here we will discuss mid and high priced vacuums and what each of them offers in terms of service among these two.
Tineco Vs Dyson Comparison
Both Tineco and Dyson have products in a different price range which perform differently. So here we are going to divide these products into two categories, mid-range and high range pricing from 200$ to 500$ and 500$+ respectively.
Among the mid-range products, we are going to discuss the Tineco A11. It is a good medium-range cordless vacuum. It has a decent suction that is good for most of the cleaning.
One of the biggest things to consider when it comes to cordless vacuums is the battery. Tineco A11 has comes with 2 batteries. So if you want to use the vacuum for a longer period you can just swap the battery out.
In terms of carpet deep cleaning, this vacuum does perform a little better than the Dyson one. It also comes with a soft and a brush roller head. So you can switch out the heads to get the best performance.
If you have a pet in your house, the Tineco A11 is significantly better at not getting tangled while picking up hairs.
When it comes to micro-dust, Tineco A11 is a bit sloppy as it leaks a little comparing to the others but it isn’t too bad. Overall this product is pretty good for this price range.
Here you will find premium vacuums with a lot of features. Tineco’s premium vacuum is the Tineco S12 Plus.
These are very powerful cordless vacuums. But in comparison, S12 plus less powerful than the Dyson ones.
Again, Tineco comes with detachable 2 batteries which can be swapped on the fly to use the vacuum for longer. But the battery is not as efficient as the Dyson ones if we take into the consideration of battery-time ratio.
It is good to do carpet deep cleaning. Even though it has less suction power than the Dyson ones, it performs the same as the Dyson when it comes to carpet deep cleaning.
As for hair tangle, Tineco is slightly better than the Dyson. It has almost no hair tangled most of the time.
Unlike the mid-range Tineco, this one has a perfectly sealed system and a heap filter. So, no micro dust will leak from the vacuum.
Lastly, Tineco has a lot of attachments and accessories. It also has an auto mode where the suction gets adjusted depending on how dirty the floor is. It also has a LED screen where it shows the battery and suction power level.
Here we are going to discuss the Dyson V8. Dyson V8 is a little cheaper than the Tineco one but it has more suction than the Tineco A11.
Unlike the Tineco one, Dyson does not come with multiple batteries. Its battery is not removable. So, you can’t use it for as long as the Tineco one. But it still runs for a decent amount of time. When the battery gets damaged after using you have to sit with a screwdriver and tutorial to get it changed.
In carpet deep cleaning, Dyson v8’s performance is the same as Tineco a11. The same goes for the hard floor. It too has 2 heads, soft head for hard floor and brush head for carpet.
When it comes to hair tangle, it is worse than the Tineco one. But it is still better than most of the products in this range unless they have a special head to make sure that the hair doesn’t get tangled.
Dyson is better at handling micro dust. It has a completely sealed system. Dust doesn’t leak from inside. So here Dyson is better than the Tineco one.
Here we have two products that you can buy, Dyson V10 and Dyson V11. V10 is cheaper than the V11.
In terms of power, Dyson V11 is the most powerful vacuum in this price range followed by the Dyson V10. So, both Dyson vacuum is more powerful than the Tineco one.
However, none of the dyson vacuums come with an extra battery. But the battery is more efficient than the Tineco one. These batteries can last up to an hour on low power depending on what head you are using which is almost 30% more efficient than the Tineco batteries.
Dyson V11 does a little better than the Tineco one in carpet deep cleaning but V10’s performance is more or less the same as S12 plus. All of the products have a soft roller head so all of them do well on the hard floor.
Both of the Dyson in comparison, get a few hair-tangle where Tineco usually doesn’t. But they are not too bad considering there isn’t any special head.
Though Dyson doesn’t come with as many accessories as the Tineco, the amount they have is good enough for daily usage. V11 has a LED screen just like the Tineco, which display the same things as Tineco.
V11 also has an auto mode where it adjusts the suction depending on whether it is on the hard floor or the carpet. It does not adjust depending on how dirty the floor is. It also costs similar to the S12 plus.
On the other hand, V10 does not have these fancy features like the screen or the auto mode. But it costs significantly less and performance is almost the same as the Tineco S12 plus.
Which Vacuum to Get?
If you want to use the vacuum for an extended time you may want to get the Tineco vacuums as they come with two batteries.
But if you want a premium vacuum but can live without fancy features like a led screen and auto mode. Then the best product at a relatively low price is the Dyson V10.
The best vacuum for you depends on what purpose you are going to use than a vacuum for. Most of the function is similar to each other as even though one is slightly better than the other one, all of them gets the job done in their respective price range.