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20% Off £135 spend - Dyson Outlet @ eBay (ie. Dyson V6 £144.00)

£144.00 @ eBay
Doesn't seem too bad. I was looking at buying the V6 and they have this for £144 delivered after discount with 1 year guarantee. They have other Dyson's, all come with different guarantees. Vou… Read More
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Doesn't seem too bad. I was looking at buying the V6 and they have this for £144 delivered after discount with 1 year guarantee.

They have other Dyson's, all come with different guarantees.

Voucher code: CDYSON2016

Hope this helps someone.

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wenttoabetterplace
James Dyson...
Supported Brexit, therefore lost my custom.
James Dyson...
Supported Brexit, therefore got my custom
bought the Absolute
17 Likes
James Dyson...

Supported Brexit, therefore lost my custom.
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phil001

They dont seem to have the total clean anymore unfortunately, thats the one i wanted ideally
Although never been 100% sure on the differences between models to be honest!
THIS Amazon review points out the differences. They seem to have different power ratings for the direct-drive cleaner head.

Extract from review.....
"The difference among the Dyson v6 versions:
Standard - has a 20w motorhead attachment, this is the weakest of the series and a crevice tool
Animal - same motorhead attachment as the standard. In addition it has a mini motorhead for pets
Fluffy - has all the above and one additional soft brush attachment specifically designed for bare / hardwood floors
Clean - has all the above but a more powerful 35w direct-drive cleaner head - which replaces the standard 20w motorhead.
Absolute - has the mini pet tool as above, a more powerful 50w direct-drive than the Cleaner, and oddly, a very plain / simple attachment with silicon wipes for hardwood floors instead of soft brush attachment. In addition it has a Hepa filter at the motor exhaust - this also makes it a little heavier. All this will make the battery work a lot harder than the lower end versions".

Edited By: BulldogNo1 on Oct 31, 2016 12:56

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1 Like #1
I got a brand new one for £160 last year
1 Like #2
Bought a v6 total clean refurb a fortnight ago, totally new with 2 year warranty card in the box.

Would recommend that model and buying a refurb
#3
Thanks for the heads up, I've been looking for a Dyson for a while now.

I live in a two bedroom flat, own one short haired cat and can't decide whether to get the V6 Animal, the DC39 Animal, the DC49 Cinetic Animal or the DC50 Animal upright.

I can't seem to find anything that compares them properly. As I only have a small flat with two carpeted rooms, I don't see the point in spending over the odds on a large machine designed for a huge house. However, the reviews of the V6 animal don't fill me with confidence (6mins charge on max suction, 20 on a lower setting).

Any Dyson connoisseurs or owners wish to give me their two cents? :)
#4
oliverreed
Bought a v6 total clean refurb a fortnight ago, totally new with 2 year warranty card in the box.
Would recommend that model and buying a refurb

They dont seem to have the total clean anymore unfortunately, thats the one i wanted ideally
Although never been 100% sure on the differences between models to be honest!
1 Like #5
great price, these Dyson cordless models (specially V6 / DC59) are excellent and best in business.
I won't say the same thing about their regular / cylinder cleaners as other brands are as good/better and usually cheaper (ex Samsung,LG,etc) but for cordless Dyson is the best.
#6
Been looking at getting one of their tower fans, may just have to pull the trigger on that AM07 now!
#7
would the ball cylinder or cordless better value?

looking at the V6 or dc28
2 Likes #8
Dyson 'sucks' in comparison to Miele. The Miele is just more practical, modern and powerful. Better value to go with Miele. People are just buying the familiar Dyson name most of the time.
1 Like #9
noahsdad
Dyson 'sucks' in comparison to Miele. The Miele is just more practical, modern and powerful. Better value to go with Miele. People are just buying the familiar Dyson name most of the time.

Had both. Dyson is clear winner here. Nothing more to say.
1 Like #10
noahsdad
Dyson 'sucks' in comparison to Miele. The Miele is just more practical, modern and powerful. Better value to go with Miele. People are just buying the familiar Dyson name most of the time.
I don't think the Miele vacuums are bagless, or are they? I just don't want to go back to the days that I need to shop in order to vacuum, and then one fine day you can't find the bags anywhere as your model even tough it still works perfectly well is no longer supported :(
#11
Can anyone advise, is it worth the extra for the absolute and fluffy models?
16 Likes #12
phil001

They dont seem to have the total clean anymore unfortunately, thats the one i wanted ideally
Although never been 100% sure on the differences between models to be honest!
THIS Amazon review points out the differences. They seem to have different power ratings for the direct-drive cleaner head.

Extract from review.....
"The difference among the Dyson v6 versions:
Standard - has a 20w motorhead attachment, this is the weakest of the series and a crevice tool
Animal - same motorhead attachment as the standard. In addition it has a mini motorhead for pets
Fluffy - has all the above and one additional soft brush attachment specifically designed for bare / hardwood floors
Clean - has all the above but a more powerful 35w direct-drive cleaner head - which replaces the standard 20w motorhead.
Absolute - has the mini pet tool as above, a more powerful 50w direct-drive than the Cleaner, and oddly, a very plain / simple attachment with silicon wipes for hardwood floors instead of soft brush attachment. In addition it has a Hepa filter at the motor exhaust - this also makes it a little heavier. All this will make the battery work a lot harder than the lower end versions".

Edited By: BulldogNo1 on Oct 31, 2016 12:56
#13
Shame it's not the V8 :( still voted hot though!

Edited By: Spriggan on Oct 31, 2016 12:56
1 Like #14
Has anybody else found that the dyson handhelds don't pull the pile up on the carpet? Brilliant for the dirt but carpet ends up completing compressed!
1 Like #15
BulldogNo1
phil001

They dont seem to have the total clean anymore unfortunately, thats the one i wanted ideally
Although never been 100% sure on the differences between models to be honest!
THIS Amazon review points out the differences. They seem to have different power ratings for the direct-drive cleaner head.
Extract from review.....
"The difference among the Dyson v6 versions:
Standard - has a 20w motorhead attachment, this is the weakest of the series and a crevice tool
Animal - same motorhead attachment as the standard. In addition it has a mini motorhead for pets
Fluffy - has all the above and one additional soft brush attachment specifically designed for bare / hardwood floors
Clean - has all the above but a more powerful 35w direct-drive cleaner head - which replaces the standard 20w motorhead.
Absolute - has the mini pet tool as above, a more powerful 50w direct-drive than the Cleaner, and oddly, a very plain / simple attachment with silicon wipes for hardwood floors instead of soft brush attachment. In addition it has a Hepa filter at the motor exhaust - this also makes it a little heavier. All this will make the battery work a lot harder than the lower end versions".

Thanks for that, still not sure which to go for!
Mainly hard floors so i guess the fluffy would do

So just to check, the heads are actually motor powered then, not just powered by the suction air flow like some vacuums
#16
Ordered a DC40, nice one thanks.
#17
ive got a dc34 without any extensions etc... in my house ive got hard floors and carpet... should i just buy the attachments or get a v6?

notsure if its worth it...
#18
Heat from me; just ordered a AM07.
1 Like #19
etta191
noahsdad
Dyson 'sucks' in comparison to Miele. The Miele is just more practical, modern and powerful. Better value to go with Miele. People are just buying the familiar Dyson name most of the time.
I don't think the Miele vacuums are bagless, or are they? I just don't want to go back to the days that I need to shop in order to vacuum, and then one fine day you can't find the bags anywhere as your model even tough it still works perfectly well is no longer supported :(

Fair enough, you have identified a good point. I think the likes of Miele are so established now here, you won't have any issue getting the bags at Argos, Amazon or where ever. I suppose there is a trade of, over the quality of the vacuum of floors against running costs of bagless/bag hoovers.
#20
anybody know how these compare to gtech models?
#21
Thanks! Just bought the V6 animal! :)
#22
anyone have the dc59 animal,I'm only looking for a hoover for my caravan but do have a dog, just wondered how the DC59 animal compared to the standard V6
Thanks
#23
KatieD
Thanks for the heads up, I've been looking for a Dyson for a while now.
I live in a two bedroom flat, own one short haired cat and can't decide whether to get the V6 Animal, the DC39 Animal, the DC49 Cinetic Animal or the DC50 Animal upright.
I can't seem to find anything that compares them properly. As I only have a small flat with two carpeted rooms, I don't see the point in spending over the odds on a large machine designed for a huge house. However, the reviews of the V6 animal don't fill me with confidence (6mins charge on max suction, 20 on a lower setting).
Any Dyson connoisseurs or owners wish to give me their two cents? :)
Sure - I'd recommend a Miele :-)
#24
Anyone know the difference between the DC58 animal and the DC58 animal Complete? The complete version is £10 dearer but looks identical?
1 Like #25
loop
Anyone know the difference between the DC58 animal and the DC58 animal Complete? The complete version is £10 dearer but looks identical?


extra tools
1 Like #26
gemz1269
anybody know how these compare to gtech models?


Gtech air ram is a glorified carper sweeper. it will pick up surface dirt, but won't clean as deeply as a dyson cordless.
#27
cigbunt
ive got a dc34 without any extensions etc... in my house ive got hard floors and carpet... should i just buy the attachments or get a v6?

notsure if its worth it...


You can't use the powered floor head with a dc34 as it doesn't have the power connection. the pipe will fit, but that's it. v6 also has a lot more power, softer trigger and slightly longer run time I think.
#28
just bought a dc54 mutifloor hope its a good machine as wasnt sure which 1 to get
2 Likes #29
noahsdad
Dyson 'sucks' in comparison to Miele.....

So the dyson does exactly what I want it to do. In fact what is the point of the Miele if it doesn't suck?!?
#30
Bough the 59 animal. Pleased for 144...

S
17 Likes #31
James Dyson...

Supported Brexit, therefore lost my custom.
#32
Got my V6 a few weeks. Refurbished but it looked brand new
2 Likes #33
Good deal, been after a cordless for a while now.

wenttoabetterplace
James Dyson...
Supported Brexit, therefore lost my custom.
Which is going to make ZERO difference to Dyson or Brexit.
#34
Just ordered a v6, sounds like a good machine
#35
Sentral
Good deal, been after a cordless for a while now.
wenttoabetterplace
James Dyson...
Supported Brexit, therefore lost my custom.
Which is going to make ZERO difference to Dyson or Brexit.

There's actually a bit of a movement going on to create a list of retailers/manufacturers to avoid. So yes, individually it'll have little effect...but collectively, it'll do some damage. But more importantly, I don't want to support any of those scurrilous tw@'s that sold this country down the river.
3 Likes #36
wenttoabetterplace
James Dyson...
Supported Brexit, therefore lost my custom.

....and for the last 14 years Dysons have been made in Malaysia. So much for supporting British business.
banned#37
great 20% saving
#38
121harryhornet
wenttoabetterplace
James Dyson...
Supported Brexit, therefore lost my custom.
....and for the last 14 years Dysons have been made in Malaysia. So much for supporting British business.

The high value research and development has been done in the UK. & the profits are returned here.

Same as most companies.

But they no longer have my custom or support.
1 Like #39
onthelook
anyone have the dc59 animal,I'm only looking for a hoover for my caravan but do have a dog, just wondered how the DC59 animal compared to the standard V6
Thanks

We have the Dyson DC59 and it copes with our 3 bed house and coped with our black labrador!
#40
Can seem to get the link to work. It takes me to rover eBay but page will not load.
Anyone got any pointers please?

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