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DC24 brand new £155.00 @ eBay Dyson Outlet

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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
This was a Comet exclusive. Whilst stocks last. Comes with 5 year guarantee

Not to be confused with the DC25 which is the larger more powerful model.
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#1
Been waiting for a decent Dyson deal. Nabbed one, cheers!
#2
HOT just ordered one, been waiting for a deal to come buy for one of these! thanks OP
banned#3
More heat .. was waiting for this kind of deal :)
1 Like #4
Just so people are aware this is the midget version of the dyson and is nowhere near as powerful as a full sized one.
1 Like #5
Has a 600w motor in it instead of a 1200w so literally half as powerful. It also doesn't work very well with tools that require large amounts of suction like the pet hair removal tools.
#6
Excellent find - thanks! Pretty good reviews on Amazon.



Edited By: sham63 on Jul 17, 2014 14:08: typo
2 Likes #7
Another 'style over substance' Dyson gadget. Not enough power to suck a boiled sweet X)

Edited By: Jeezeypeeps on Jul 17, 2014 07:55
2 Likes #8
Jeezeypeeps
Another 'style over substance' Dyson gadget. Not enough power to suck a boiled sweet X)

536 Amazon buyers would disagree with you there.
1 Like #9
Dyson, one of the worst purchases I have made. I clean it on a very regular basis, had it serviced by Dyson and an independant . Very poor vacuum cleaner for me.
banned#10
Norman-B
Dyson, one of the worst purchases I have made. I clean it on a very regular basis, had it serviced by Dyson and an independant . Very poor vacuum cleaner for me.

can i knw wot issue u faced with this ?
1 Like #11
Norman-B
Dyson, one of the worst purchases I have made. I clean it on a very regular basis, had it serviced by Dyson and an independant . Very poor vacuum cleaner for me.

totally agree, and this is nowhere near as powerful as it's big brother........which imo both are rubbish....miele all the way.
#12
sophiealia
Norman-B
Dyson, one of the worst purchases I have made. I clean it on a very regular basis, had it serviced by Dyson and an independant . Very poor vacuum cleaner for me.

can i knw wot issue u faced with this ?


Suction is very poor. To be fair, the Dyson engineer replaced lots of parts during the service and it worked for a while but soon started to be as frustrating as ever. I do most of the vacuuming and my Dyson is poor at picking small bits off carpet. On solid floors, it tends to moves bits around rather than suck them up!
#13
Have no idea how this is going to compair to my upright vax. Ordered anyway thanks OP
3 Likes #14
DC 33 is at £165, for those who want the larger machine.
Nice find, op, heat added...
http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/111384990008?nav=SEARCH
#15
Got this rather than paying £79 for a service and repair for the dyson I got pee'd off with trying to clean some stairs. Great VAC for small flat but not good for a house as the hose/pole combo make it so difficult to clean the stairs.
#16
mithildor
DC 33 is at £165, for those who want the larger machine.
Nice find, op, heat added...
http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/111384990008?nav=SEARCH

They had the normal dc33 for £140 yesterday. They also have some other good deals across the range.
#17
mithildor
DC 33 is at £165, for those who want the larger machine.
Nice find, op, heat added...
http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/111384990008?nav=SEARCH

Seems a better deal for me, its the Animal one too.
#18
Seriously cannot see the fascination with Dyson vacuums - Literally 4 weeks ago i bought a Vax 2100w Vaccum for £50 and its fantastic (was half price at Sainsburys instore). I swear it will perform at least as well as a dyson costing 4x the money!
#19
Crap, i just brought a vacuum (not Dyson) thanks though heat added for a great deal
1 Like #20
118luke
Seriously cannot see the fascination with Dyson vacuums - Literally 4 weeks ago i bought a Vax 2100w Vaccum for £50 and its fantastic (was half price at Sainsburys instore). I swear it will perform at least as well as a dyson costing 4x the money!

I brought a VAX couldn't be happier with it, i think Dyson were like apple - ahead initially but competition is catching up but that prestige of Dyson never went away.
1 Like #21
2 Dysons have lasted me for the last 20 years, and do a super job on carpets. Would never want to use a bagged cleaner in 2014.

My next carpet vacuum will be the GTECH as I tested one recently and it was the best ever. Very expensive to get both versions, but one of those situations where it will be worthwhile.
#22
Purchased one.

Any idea who the courier is?
banned#23
Norman-B
sophiealia
Norman-B
Dyson, one of the worst purchases I have made. I clean it on a very regular basis, had it serviced by Dyson and an independant . Very poor vacuum cleaner for me.

can i knw wot issue u faced with this ?


Suction is very poor. To be fair, the Dyson engineer replaced lots of parts during the service and it worked for a while but soon started to be as frustrating as ever. I do most of the vacuuming and my Dyson is poor at picking small bits off carpet. On solid floors, it tends to moves bits around rather than suck them up!

Thanks for the info
#24
sham63
Jeezeypeeps
Another 'style over substance' Dyson gadget. Not enough power to suck a boiled sweet X)

536 Amazon buyers would disagree with you there.

I'm going by my own experience, rather that the opinions of many anonymous commenters. YMMV.
#25
This is the small version I would avoid don't clean the carpet very well as like the big one. Small one for like cleaning dust from pets!.
1 Like #26
Dix
Purchased one.

Any idea who the courier is?

Royal Mail 24h for me.
banned#27
My experience is largely the opposite. We had a henry and vacuum'd the entire house. . Pulled out our new Dyson DC24 and repeated the process immediately after and we filled up a good half of the baglesss bit with dirt, dust and whatever else was hiding. that said it is an absolute dog nowadays, think it needs a service because i haven't ever done more than give the filters a clout.
#28
I think this is your last chance to buy a non-Ball upright Dyson new isn't it? I think the range is now 'all Ball'??

For these prices tho, you're getting something in another sport from your cheap Vax's etc. (tho I'm not sure what Dyson make these days is worth the full asking price - the quality has slipped a lot over the years)
#29
Sykos
My experience is largely the opposite. We had a henry and vacuum'd the entire house. . Pulled out our new Dyson DC24 and repeated the process immediately after and we filled up a good half of the baglesss bit with dirt, dust and whatever else was hiding. that said it is an absolute dog nowadays, think it needs a service because i haven't ever done more than give the filters a clout.

We have 2 Dysons (DC07 and DC11) - one is over 15 - the other about 8 years old.

In that time we've washed the regular filters (bi-monthly), wiped the seals and pulled anything nasty from the brushbar and they've worked on.

I replaced a pre-motor filter after cleaning-up plaster (which choked-it-up) and a belt snapped once. Oh, the DC07 had a replacement motor under warranty LONG LONG ago too.

'Servicing' really means replacing torn hoses or perhaps installing a new brushbar but you only need to do that if the old parts are actually damaged - otherwise the older ones just go on and on...
#30
therealjohnpeat
I think this is your last chance to buy a non-Ball upright Dyson new isn't it? I think the range is now 'all Ball'??

For these prices tho, you're getting something in another sport from your cheap Vax's etc. (tho I'm not sure what Dyson make these days is worth the full asking price - the quality has slipped a lot over the years)

Trust me, Vax for the money is seriously good performance - far better value than a dyson with 'no loss of suction' - pah, im amazed trading standards haven't pulled them about that!! They are one of the worst for loosing suction power!
I'd save £100 and buy the Vax on offer at Sainsburys for £49.99

http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/sol/shop/appliances/vacuum_cleaners/vaxstore/uprightvacuumcleaners/124090360_vax-u88-t2-b-power-2-bagless-upright-vacuum-cleaner.html?hnav=4294900682
#31
118luke
therealjohnpeat
I think this is your last chance to buy a non-Ball upright Dyson new isn't it? I think the range is now 'all Ball'??For these prices tho, you're getting something in another sport from your cheap Vax's etc. (tho I'm not sure what Dyson make these days is worth the full asking price - the quality has slipped a lot over the years)
Trust me, Vax for the money is seriously good performance - far better value than a dyson with 'no loss of suction' - pah, im amazed trading standards haven't pulled them about that!! They are one of the worst for loosing suction power! I'd save £100 and buy the Vax on offer at Sainsburys for £49.99http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/sol/shop/appliances/vacuum_cleaners/vaxstore/uprightvacuumcleaners/124090360_vax-u88-t2-b-power-2-bagless-upright-vacuum-cleaner.html?hnav=4294900682

But the dyson looks nicer. 8)
#32
118luke
therealjohnpeat
I think this is your last chance to buy a non-Ball upright Dyson new isn't it? I think the range is now 'all Ball'??

For these prices tho, you're getting something in another sport from your cheap Vax's etc. (tho I'm not sure what Dyson make these days is worth the full asking price - the quality has slipped a lot over the years)

Trust me, Vax for the money is seriously good performance - far better value than a dyson with 'no loss of suction' - pah, im amazed trading standards haven't pulled them about that!! They are one of the worst for loosing suction power!
I'd save £100 and buy the Vax on offer at Sainsburys for £49.99

http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/sol/shop/appliances/vacuum_cleaners/vaxstore/uprightvacuumcleaners/124090360_vax-u88-t2-b-power-2-bagless-upright-vacuum-cleaner.html?hnav=4294900682
does it need a belt? I had a Vax and the belt always snapped. I lost count how much I spent on belts

Edited By: bebo83 on Jul 17, 2014 13:29
#33
Jeezeypeeps
sham63
Jeezeypeeps
Another 'style over substance' Dyson gadget. Not enough power to suck a boiled sweet X)

536 Amazon buyers would disagree with you there.

I'm going by my own experience, rather that the opinions of many anonymous commenters. YMMV.

But to everyone reading this you are also an anonymous commenter - why is your experience more valid than those of the Amazon reviewers? TYFYT
#34
sham63
Jeezeypeeps
sham63
Jeezeypeeps
Another 'style over substance' Dyson gadget. Not enough power to suck a boiled sweet X)

536 Amazon buyers would disagree with you there.

I'm going by my own experience, rather that the opinions of many anonymous commenters. YMMV.

But to everyone reading this you are also an anonymous commenter - why is your experience more valid than those of the Amazon reviewers? TYFYT

Where did I say it should be more valid? I made a comment; I have no expectation that anyone should take any more notice of it than I would of theirs.
#35
Dyson/Vax | Apple/Android. All are very good and all have fanbois who claim theirs is better.

The fact is they are both great brands and are equally as good as each other.
#36
Root Ginger
Dyson/Vax | Apple/Android. All are very good and all have fanbois who claim theirs is better.

The fact is they are both great brands and are equally as good as each other.
Apple isn't (_;)
#37
Had a real flurry of vacuums recently ending up with a Dyson. My miele went wrong after very little use but was repaired very efficiently. Henry great on hard floors but rubbish on dog hairs on carpet. Daughter has this one in her flat and it is superb, takes dog and cat hair up easily and she bought it to replace two very new but rubbish vax machines (one upright, one cylinder). This is a good deal overall, though I agree the 'no loss of suction' is a dodgy claim as, apart from newest machine, they all need filters cleaning. I have bought one for my mum and one for work so, as the sad owner of several vacuums, I am impressed overall with Dyson.
1 Like #38
Have had my Dyson DC05 for over 9 years now & it still works beautifully. Not had to service it or anything. But I do look after my stuff well ;)
#39
Dix
Purchased one.

Any idea who the courier is?
I have just received a dc41 today from the same e.bay site and it was sent by Parcelforce 24, arrived very promptly after ordering.
#40
Got myself one as well, only 9 left! Hot!

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