Dyson vacuums are a little bit like the Thermomix - once you've been indoctrinated into the cult of this life-changing appliance, you won't look back.
This week a friend of mine even shared a photo of her new Dyson "life partner" on Instagram, a very shiny, schmick-looking Dyson stick which won't ghost on her after three dates and, unlike her ex, is quiet, efficient and just generally a pleasure to behold.
Even Victoria Beckham says she's not "too posh to push".
She's not the only one singing its praises, or entering into wedlock with an appliance.
Happy one year anniversary to my Dyson stick! You've changed my life and I am eternally grateful ... https://t.co/LN1m8B8YmC— Cherry and Me (@Cherry_and_me) July 25, 2016
I got a Dyson stick vacuum and it changed my life, tbh.— James Sokoll (@jamescs) August 19, 2018
If you've been on the fence about whether to invest in one of these joy-sparking devices, well this may well be the decider.
Until Christmas Eve, or while stocks last, Dyson are giving customers a bonus Dyson cord-free toy, with every Dyson Cyclone v10 cord-free vacuum (which costs $999).
If you've ever clutched your ovaries while your little one tried "helping" you with the housework then it's your lucky day.
The toy vacuum actually literally SUCKS! It can pick up "light debris" and there's even a mini debris compartment for little helpers to empty out.
Yep, it seems you're never too young to be indoctrinated into the cult that is Dyson. And it's never too early to get the kids helping out around the house ...
You can read a review of the vacuum here: https://www.smh.com.au/technology/dyson-cyclone-v10-review-a-new-era-for-battery-powered-vacuums-20180330-p4z71u.html