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Dyson DC33 Multifloor £189.99 @ Electrical123 + 2% Quidco

£189.99 @ Electrical123
Dyson DC33 Multifloor Upright Vacuum Cleaner with HEPA Filter in Grey & Yellow. Seems like a bargain. Currys have this on sale for £259.99... Read More
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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
Dyson DC33 Multifloor

Upright Vacuum Cleaner with HEPA Filter in Grey & Yellow.

Seems like a bargain. Currys have this on sale for £259.99...
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#2


I can tell who doesn't do vacuuming in YOUR household!

Utterly useless for carpet, especially for pet owners; a positive hazard for stairs. Will do a good job on hard floors.Has the added DIS-advantage of stinking the house out and chucking dust all over as the difference in filtration in modern design vacuum cleaners (NOT just Dyson) is dramatic.

Yes they do wet-clean carpets, but it's hard work and needs a lot of cleaning out after (and especially DRYING or they go mouldy) too - I have a similar design one, but I also have a Dyson, I couldn't possibly manage with just that!
#3
We don't own a pet, but i do vacuum thank you for that assumption anyway, also our old house the tenants are is using our 18year old numatic Henry, Dyson needs the 5 year warranty which is outsourced and a premium you pay more fore because the build quality is so low, no Dyson could last two decades as a result.

Edited By: schizoboy on May 16, 2011 12:02
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schizoboy
We don't own a pet, but i do vacuum thank you for that assumption anyway, also our old house the tenants are is using our 18year old numatic Henry, Dyson needs the 5 year warranty which is outsourced and a premium you pay more fore because the build quality is so low, no Dyson could last two decades as a result.


Tenants are well noted for their heavy use of vacuum cleaners! In the same way they are noted for cleaning kitchens and bathrooms too! ;-)

My Dyson's done about, well, nearly 7 years so far.

I should add that I worked in an office where we had a Henry cleaner too..that's why I know how much crap they pump out and how they stink the place out when part full of dust!

Tell you what, I* have read all this junk on here for years.... let's do something to put it to bed once and for all.......
We meet at an independently owned fully carpeted household, you clean them "thoroughly" with your tin can, then I will give them a quick lick-over go over them with my 7 year old Dyson, and you EAT what I vacuum up, no water!

Then we do it in reverse, I vacuum another house thoroughly with my Dyson (perhaps one next door would be ldeal) , then you go over it after I finish, and then similarly I will eat what you vacuum up.

First one to finish the "meal" is the winner! OK? The looser pays the cost of travel and a new Dyson (or the cost as above)

Any idea on a date?
Anyone got a suitable venue - perhaps someone else who rents houses out so it will be two houses together and be similar?
Somewhere in-between Midlands and North London would be ideal

Perhaps we could get the manufacturers of both together one this, TV too, and maybe they would provide some degree of independence and judging in exchange for the howl it would provide!

I should add that I am NOT a gambling man, being disabled I might be a bit slower doing the job than you, but having already used both types, I already know the outcome :-)
banned#5
MOG, calm down....Shiziboy your comments are completely irrelevant.... That's like saying Xbox now £199 and you syaing Cold the PS3 is £179 here

This should only be hot if it's the cheapest arround which it is....

Voted hot but no good for me as I want the ball type
#6
Just looked at the currys website the DC33 is not on sale its at its fill price at £259.99..but they do have the DC24(the one with the ball) on offer at £199 down form £299
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/dyson-dc24-multi-floor-bagless-vacuum-cleaner-00778826-pdt.html
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Thanks I saw the DC24 Ball one.

But I went for the DC33 as it seams a lot more powerful...

1300 Watts vs 600 and 255 air watts vs 100...

Numatic Vacums are good and strudy, def one I would use for tennents! I had one and only used the wet cleaning function once... Was a pain to setup and wasn't all that impressed with the results. I've rather pay to get the carpets throughly cleaned!

I also had a Dyson, which seemed to suck up more dust. Parts do break on them, but Dyson are great at sending these during Warranty or you can pick them up (even full broken ones) cheap on ebay or car boot sales. I kept my old Dyson running for 10 years... It's just time for a shinny new one!
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minyddol
Just looked at the currys website the DC33 is not on sale its at its fill price at £259.99..but they do have the DC24(the one with the ball) on offer at £199 down form £299
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.currys.co.uk%2Fgbuk%2Fdyson-dc24-multi-floor-bagless-vacuum-cleaner-00778826-pdt.html]http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/dyson-dc24-multi-floor-bagless-vacuum-cleaner-00778826-pdt.html[/url]

DC24 is TINY..... completely useless if ask me.... I'm waiting for decent prices on the DC25 Animal again
#9
these really need to come down to £150! Hope they do.

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