Dyson DC33 Vacuum Cleaner £175 @ ASDA - HotUKDeals
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Dyson DC33 Vacuum Cleaner £175.00 @ ASDA

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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
This is £5 cheaper than the other deal that is mentioned and also great availability as its in store and online.

For £175 its a good cleaner that genuinely will do carpet then one click to set for hard floors and it will hoover laminate, tile etc (our older vax just used to fling the dirt behind it on hard floors)
This model is light and the tool attatchment and length of hose to do the stairs is excellent.
Also register online in 2mins and get a 5 year guarantee.
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Ok, well, apart from one thing.
I doesn't "hoover".
#2
Pluun
Ok, well, apart from one thing.
I doesn't "hoover".


does it Panasonic ???
#3
Its like avin a plastic mary poppins doing your house work. It also walks the dogs and emptys the bins!!
But its not made from cheese and requires no batteries and has nothing to do with rabbits or thrusting action.
HOPE THIS HELPS..........................0n1
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checkley73
Pluun
Ok, well, apart from one thing.I doesn't "hoover".
does it Panasonic ???
No.
Actually, it "vacuums". oO
#5
Pluun
checkley73
Pluun
Ok, well, apart from one thing.I doesn't "hoover".
does it Panasonic ???
No.Actually, it "vacuums". oO
Vacuums is not a verb-take grammar lessons before criticizing others
banned#6
Pluun
Ok, well, apart from one thing.
I doesn't "hoover".

I think it does.

"hoover" is a genericised trademark now and is normally used in that context. It's more correct than vacuum is a verb.
#7
adlambert
Pluun
Ok, well, apart from one thing.I doesn't "hoover".
I think it does. "hoover" is a genericised trademark now and is normally used in that context. It's more correct than vacuum is a verb.

such as a stanley knife etc....cor blimey..heres me thinking i`m just trying to list a good offer on an item that does as it should and all i get is sniping from the upstairs windows.
#8
Not as good as the amazon deal with free tool set
#9
oh dear not the 'to hoover or not to hoover debate'

Boring. Come on folks its about all about the deals ...

If you want grammer lessons look here http://odl.vwv.at/english/odlres/res8/Grammar/grammar.htm

If you want to compare the deals then HUKD - Simples :)

Edited By: kikboy on Jan 11, 2011 22:08

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