Game Changer - Why We Create This Greenote GSC50 Vacuum Cleaner?
When it comes to choosing a vacuum cleaner brand, many customers may think of big brands such as Dyson and Shark, but they are not familiar with Greenote vacuum cleaners. It is worth noting that as a well-known brand, Dyson vacuum cleaners have excellent suction power and advanced technology. However, as vacuum cleaners are a necessity for almost every household, the price of Dyson vacuum cleaners is relatively high. Under the premise of relatively cheap price and good quality, it may be beyond the consideration of some consumers with limited budget.

Therefore, in order to allow every family to have a clean and comfortable living environment, Greenote came into being in 2010. We are committed to providing vacuum cleaners with excellent quality, powerful functions and affordable prices. Our brand sales have now spread to more than 120 countries and regions, with more than 20 million users.

Next, let’s take a look at the comparison of parameters and usage experience between the Greenote GSC50 wireless vacuum cleaner and the Dyson V8 Absolute wireless vacuum cleaner (the cheapest wireless vacuum cleaner sold on Dyson’s official website).

1. Parameter comparison:



Greenote GSC50: $98.99

Dyson V8 Absolute: $299.99

Greenote GSC50 is more cost-effective.



 Greenote GSC50: 2.2 pounds

Dyson V8 Absolute: 5.82 pounds

Greenote GSC50 is lighter, especially friendly to girls, and easy to carry and use.


Battery life and charging time:

Greenote GSC50: 22.2V/2200mAH, maximum working time 35 minutes, fully charged in 4 hours.

Dyson V8 Absolute: Maximum working time of 45 minutes, full charge in 5 hours.

Dyson V8 Absolute is slightly better in terms of battery life and is suitable for cleaning large areas.

Noise level:

Greenote GSC50: 65 dB

Dyson V8 Absolute: 82 dB

Both are very quiet, and the Greenote GSC50 works even more quietly, so you don’t have to worry about disturbing your family or pets.


Greenote GSC50: 0.6L volume

Dyson V8 Absolute: 0.54L volume

Greenote GSC50 has a slight advantage in terms of volume and filtration system, which can better capture dust and filter air.

2. Comparison of usage experience:

Ease of operation:

Greenote GSC50: Lightweight at 2 pounds, perfect for quick daily cleaning. Freestanding design, no drilling required and no damage to your wall.

Dyson V8 Absolute: Requires a docking station that fits into a wall-mounted base to charge and neatly store tools.

Cleaning effect:

Greenote GSC50: High-density washable HEPA filter that captures 99.99% of dust, effectively preventing dust accumulation and providing fresh air.

Dyson V8 Absolute: Fully sealed filtration, capturing 99.99% of tiny particles as small as 0.1 microns, expelling cleaner air.

Handheld mode:

Greenote GSC50: Detachable handheld vacuum cleaner with crevice brush and dust brush for easy cleaning of car interiors, furniture and tight areas. The vacuum cleaner is equipped with a retractable metal wand whose length can be adjusted according to the user's height, making it easy to handle overhead cleaning.

Dyson V8 Absolute: The handheld mode is more powerful and comes with a variety of different accessories for a wider range of applications.

Maintenance and cleaning:

Greenote GSC50: Easy-to-disassemble design for easy cleaning and maintenance.

Dyson V8 Absolute: Maintenance and cleaning are relatively simple, with removable parts for cleaning.

In general, the Greenote GSC50 cordless vacuum cleaner and the Dyson V8 Absolute vacuum cleaner have their own advantages in terms of parameters and usage experience. Compared with Dyson vacuum cleaners, Greenote vacuum cleaners provide excellent cleaning results at a more affordable price, allowing more consumers to own a high-performance vacuum cleaner. No matter which one you choose, the final choice depends on your personal needs and budget.