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What a price, and its new not reconditioned.
They also have the Healthy home model reduced by £130 to £99.95.

Pet Hair Eraser Vacuum
£149.95 £49.95 (inc. p&p)

AMAZING OFFER FOR 1 WEEK ONLY.
OFFER ENDS OCTOBER 23rd

The Pet Hair Eraser has 2X Cyclonic action to provide superior suction power for better dirt and pet hair cleaning. The Pet Hair Lifter grabs pet hair for easier pickup, the Pet Contour Tool is ideal for curved surfaces and the Pet Turbo Brush has rubber "teeth" to grab and lift the hardest of ground in hair.

Cyclonic action & HEPA Media filter captures 99.9% of dust mites, pollen and pet dander
Edge to Edge cleaning
All surface cleaning with 7 height adjustments
14ft "Twist & Snap" reinforced stretch hose
35ft Power cord
Easy empty dirt container and filter check indicator
1800Watts
Extension wand, crevice tool & dusting/Upholstery tool
1 YEAR WARRANTY
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#1
Anyone got one these and is it any good? I was looking into the Dyson DC14 Animal.

Is the make a good brand?
#2
I bought the lift off reconditioned, rate it so highly I bought another one for work and the in-laws had one too.
I previously had a Dyson dc11, the bissell is far superior. Can't comment on this model but if I had to have a bet I would go for the Bissell all the time.
#3
I want one, my hoover is rubbish, still £140 odd @ currys, amazon:)
#4
I ordered one three weeks ago,a lift off type.Nothing came so I phoned them up (0870 number)and they said "sorry out of stock".But dont worry we havent taken your money from the bank yet! Still waiting.
1 Like #5
anyone on here got access to a Which review of this they care to share please? (assuming Which have reviewed it?)
(model Bissell Pet Hair Eraser Vacuum or Bissell 3920 E)
#6
Was gonna post this then saw yours - great deal.

They also have the Healthy Home Vacuum with £130 off here.
#7
any good? was thinking about getting the missus one for christmas?
#8
I bought the lift off version of this from Comet a few months ago for £99, great machine. I can't see why this wouldn't be too. Miles better than my old Dyson too.

Be aware that if you do have a Dyson and will want to use any attatchments that you already have with the Bissell they won't fit sadly and I've not been able to find an adaptor anywhere.

Paul.
#9
rockerfella20
any good? was thinking about getting the missus one for christmas?


I hope that's what she really want's for Christmas or expect Christmas dinner in the doghouse - allbeit well vaccumed :santa:

Paul.
#10
Worfthedog;3205960
Miles better than my old Dyson too.


Maybe better than an old one, but I have the DC 14 and the separate turbo brush too (it was much cheaper that way when I bought it!) and it is amazing, HOWEVER that is another issue altogether, it was far dearer - can you BELIEVE this deal!

Got to be worth a shot, especially as so many seem to praise Bissel machines on various threads! :-)
#11
Bissell Lif off here too , great machine for £29.99 when I bought it !!

Got a Bissell carpet cleaner the other day for £35 , again , brilliant machine .

Throw your Dysons away , go Bissell
#12
took the plunge & gone for the pet hair eraser @ £49.95
T's & C's
#10: REFUND POLICY: 30 Day from receipt of goods money back guarantee
#13
Cool price for a good hoover, just ordered one. If you prefer a cylinder to an upright, look at the Henry Hound from Numatic, although it's about three times the price (£180 on amazon). It's the best vacuum cleaner I have used. Only the Hoover Constallation (ball-shaped) was better, but is sadly no longer in production.
#14
nihcaj
Maybe better than an old one, but I have the DC 14 and the separate turbo brush too (it was much cheaper that way when I bought it!) and it is amazing, HOWEVER that is another issue altogether, it was far dearer - can you BELIEVE this deal!

Got to be worth a shot, especially as so many seem to praise Bissel machines on various threads! :-)


Well look at you with your DC14 all laa-dee-daa :-D

No the Dyson was great for a good few years - The only thing I could fault was the brittleness of the plastics used. A real sticking point of mine since I'm a Polymer scientist :roll:

Paul.
#15
Fantastic price - ordered one. Voted hot - thanks
#16
Really good find at this price-have ordered and voted hot.
Thank you.:)
#17
If I dont buy a new car 2moz, I will be placing an order. :thumbsup:
#18
Great find , ordered one to replace my knackered 6yr old dyson animal (which cost me around £250 if i remember rightly). After reading many reviews it seems the dysons are great when they are new but do not seem to last. They have cheap plastic parts , the attached hose isnt durable enough either and i have had to repair mine twice over the last 6 years. The handle which is designed to carry the dyson about has also split recently when it was picked up so again not durable enough to last much more than the 5 years you are likely to get under a warranty with a new one ......... time for a change guys , vax and bissell have had great reviews when compared to the dyson so I'm going for it.

At this price guys it would be rude not to place an order , heat and rep added !!
#19
dpblackpool
If I dont buy a new car 2moz, I will be placing an order. :thumbsup:

If buying a new car means you wont have £50 to spend on a hoover , perhaps you need to re-think buying a new car ??? .... Just a thought ;)
#20
i ordered the refurbed one on tuesday and only found out it was out of stock when i phone yesterday to find out why i hadnt heard anything. this one looks good my cats seem to make it their priority to shed exclusively on my sofas. ordered one

heat and rep etc...
#21
I don't have a pet, but this looks like a decent deal. I was looking to pay upto £70-80 for a new hoover so it might fit the bill.
#22
rooney10;3206553
Great find , ordered one to replace my knackered 6yr old dyson animal (which cost me around £250 if i remember rightly). After reading many reviews it seems the dysons are great when they are new but do not seem to last.


Last?
I wish 10% of the electric/electronic things I ever buy would last just 6 years!

I doubt if I own anything older, except a Mitsubishi TV which is 11 years old, had heavy daily use and still does as a second set! I have one other old item, a VHS Video recorder, but it hasn't been used for about 3 years, and is tucked away disconnected so hardly counts.

EVERYTHING else is certainly younger, and even though I tend to buy goods that are a bit above basic spec, not the basic/cheapest (find those items almost always die very young, gave up on those products long ago!) nothing is designed to last that long, and it you can be dead sure, doesn't! :-(
#23
nihcaj
Last?
I wish 10% of the electric/electronic things I ever buy would last just 6 years!

I doubt if I own anything older, except a Mitsubishi TV which is 11 years old, had heavy daily use and still does as a second set! I have one other old item, a VHS Video recorder, but it hasn't been used for about 3 years, and is tucked away disconnected so hardly counts.

EVERYTHING else is certainly younger, and even though I tend to buy goods that are a bit above basic spec, not the basic/cheapest (find those items almost always die very young, gave up on those products long ago!) nothing is designed to last that long, and it you can be dead sure, doesn't! :-(


I agree, and it's sad that things just don't last anymore. If I had spent £250 on a hoover (which, incidentally, I think is mental!) I'd expect it to last at least 6 years
#24
My £149 Dyson DC01 lasted 11 years. Its replacement, a Samsung at £75 (this was half price), lasted 13 months.

I hope this one, which i have just ordered, is somewhere in the middle :-D

Ive been looking for a good vac for a few days, so thanks for spotting this.

I nearly ended up with this sorry looking thing lol http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.202-4679.aspx :w00t:
#25
:thinking:
having two siberians means i am def considering this -although ive had a somewhat reliable vax and couldnt complain so far but what if it breaks one day ....we'll be buried in hair within hrs.... :roll:
#26
If you buy 5 its still only the same price a as DC14 Animal at about £250. And Im sure each will last over a year.

The car thing was a joke rooney10 :p
#27
I have to say that over the last 3 or 4 years I've got through so many hoovers it was getting ridiculous. I gave in and bought a dyson dc14 animal last weekend and its fantastic, the small head that came with it is far superior than any other pet hair attachment that came with my hoovers.

If i'd seen this at that price I would have probably bought this, good price though voted hot


Brigid: I too have a siberian, I can certainly understand when you say you'd be buried in hair within hours!!!
#28
I was just wondering if anyone has one of these & uses it on laminate floors?
All the pictures show it being used to carpets & i only have carpet on my stairs.
Would love to buy this as my Dyson is knackered.

Thanks :)
#29
Brilliant find. Ordered, H&R added! I never expected to be excited at the prospect of buying a new vacuum cleaner, but strangely I am...
#30
Great find, just ordered one, heat added, thanks
#31
voted hot ive got a boxer and my dyson struggles to cope with the hairs and at this price /guaranteed for 1 year got to be a bargain great spot ordered one. thanks very much £49.95 inc pp
#32
Ordered one too. Couldn't see much difference between this one and the healthy home, except the guarantee. Thanks op.
#33
pippasdog;3209667
voted hot ive got a boxer and my dyson struggles to cope with the hairs and at this price /guaranteed for 1 year got to be a bargain great spot ordered one. thanks very much £49.95 inc pp


I have two dogs coating the place with hair, and mine is effortless at removing hair. It is exactly why I bought it in preference to anything else! TO be honest, dog hair is one of the more easily removed of all household cleaning problems, even an old Hoover Junior I had years ago got rid of hair easily, it was the deep seated muck it didn't do much of a job with; but it just about removed my hearing too!

We are talking about a Dyson UPRIGHT model here? Cylinder vacuum cleaners of ANY brand are neither use nor ornament on fluff, hair or most things on carpets and upholstery, they only work well on HARD fllor coverings.
#34
mumbojumbo
I've got the DC14 too. Know what you mean about the brittle plastic. Hate the telescopic wand feature. But, boy does it suck! :p


:-D

Just noticed how many references there are to dogs & cats there are in our user names and avitars and how excited we all get about vaccum cleaners - You're all wierd :whistling:

Paul.
#35
Couple of points:

Lift-Off Bagless (Reconditioned) £49.95 (inc. p&p) - DUE TO CURRENT, VERY HIGH DEMAND FOR THIS ITEM, DELIVERY WILL BE APPROXIMATELY 3 WEEKS

The above has been on Bissell website for several days (I noticed it on Mon or Tues) so all who ordered during this time should have been aware of the delay.

No Which? report available on their website for Pet Hair Eraser model.
#36
Murielson


No Which? report available on their website for Pet Hair Eraser model.


cheers for response, have ordered the Pet model anyway
#37
Worfthedog;3210903
Just noticed how many references there are to dogs & cats there are in our user names and avitars and how excited we all get about vaccum cleaners - You're all wierd :whistling:

I don't know what you mean! (Just ordered one).
#38
Murielson;3211113
No Which? report available on their website for Pet Hair Eraser model.

Have a look at the 107 reviews on Amazon.com. This product is either going to be wonderful or is going to suck (sorry about that!).
#39
websearcher
Have a look at the 107 reviews on Amazon.com. This product is either going to be wonderful or is going to suck (sorry about that!).


yeah, I saw these last night , trouble is they are all usa based & not UK reviews (or appear to be) & machine may be different? - either way, there seem to be more good than bad reviews
#40
J9STL;3212540
...they are all usa based & not UK reviews (or appear to be) & machine may be different? ...

Well, I guess Amazon.com reviews would be USA based! ;-)

I'd presumed that most people would always have a look at Amazon.co.uk reviews but perhaps some had not thought about looking at those on the .com site.

A couple of comments. Products are very rarely different (and, if they are, you can usually spot the differences) and I do find that Americans are a lot more "open" about their likes and dislikes.

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