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Dyson DC34 Handheld Vacuum Cleaner, Back On For £89.00 @Tesco

£89.00 @ Tesco Direct
Wide debris nozzle/brush tool Battery recharges up to 3x faster than conventional lithium-ion batteries 0.35L dust bin with easy emptying at the touch of a button The Dyson DC34 is a lightwei… Read More
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Wide debris nozzle/brush tool

Battery recharges up to 3x faster than conventional lithium-ion batteries

0.35L dust bin with easy emptying at the touch of a button

The Dyson DC34 is a lightweight handheld vacuum cleaner that operates without a cord, removing pet hair easily and efficiently. With a wide debris nozzle/brush tool, the DC34 is perfect for keeping surfaces free of large dirt and dust particles.

The DC34 uses Dyson’s Root Cyclone™ technology, so it doesn’t lose suction as you clean. It runs off a 22.2V lithium-ion battery, that doesn’t fade during use and recharges up to 3 times faster than conventional lithium-ion batteries. The 0.35L dust bin on the DC35 can be emptied at the touch of a button for easy, hygienic dirt removal.

Complete with a crevice tool, the DC34 handheld vacuum cleaner can also be used to clean skirting boards, picture rails and furniture crevices.

The Dyson DC34 cordless vacuum cleaner carries a 2-year guarantee for parts and labour.

Toolkit @ £24.99 - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dyson-4-piece-handheld-vacuum-cleaner-tool-kit-reduced-24-99-harib0211-via-ebay-2571732
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13 Likes #1
First thing this morning the deal pic looked like an AT-AT.

Need some coffee!

Edited By: Infinitesd on Dec 16, 2016 08:59
#2
what's the run time on these?

and can u attached a wand to make it similar to the v6?
#3
Can you get the tools for a Dc34?
1 Like #4
I will not ask you what part of the AT- AT the trigger is :D
4 Likes #5
hellofriday
what's the run time on these?

and can u attached a wand to make it similar to the v6?

Can help with first question.
on a fully charged battery, DC35 operates around 15 minutes, while DC44 operates around 20 minutes,

- at full power, when suction boost is turned on, operating time of DC35 drops - only 6 minutes and DC44 - only 8 minutes. However, such burst of power is great for emergencies and fortunately rarely needed.

EDIT
2nd question Tool kit available inc extension
https://www.amazon.co.uk/bartyspares®-Extension-Combination-Dyson-Handheld/dp/B01H8Q577E

HOT and ordered , thanks


Edited By: Ricco on Dec 16, 2016 09:26
#6
Ricco

EDIT
2nd question Tool kit available inc extensionhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/bartyspares®-Extension-Combination-Dyson-Handheld/dp/B01H8Q577E
HOT and ordered , thanks

Seems decent price for a tool kit - albeit generic...anyone used?
#8
mgk
Ricco

EDIT
2nd question Tool kit available inc extensionhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/bartyspares®-Extension-Combination-Dyson-Handheld/dp/B01H8Q577E
HOT and ordered , thanks
Seems decent price for a tool kit - albeit generic...anyone used?

I have ordered it, will post once its here.
It seems the adapter is what you need and can be purchased from Dyson too

I found this too
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Genuine-DYSON-DC31-DC34-DC35-Motorhead-Motorised-Vacuum-Floor-Brush-Head-/191697224525
1 Like #9
Any good as a car Hoover?
#10
I bought the v6 from Curry's two weeks ago for £99.99. Is this better? I can return this weekend and buy this instead if that's the case.

http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5459649

Thanks

Edited By: BarrattsMini on Dec 16, 2016 10:26: Added link of the product I bought
#11
BarrattsMini
I bought the v6 from Curry's two weeks ago for £99.99. Is this better? I can return this weekend and buy this instead if that's the case. http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5459649
Thanks
Watch this video https://youtu.be/CE_iUAjC8ns
#12
Ricco
Can you get the tools for a Dc34?


Yes you can
1 Like #13
vassy4u
BarrattsMini
I bought the v6 from Curry's two weeks ago for £99.99. Is this better? I can return this weekend and buy this instead if that's the case. http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5459649
Thanks
Watch this video https://youtu.be/CE_iUAjC8ns
Watching that made me sea sick...
1 Like #14
These are excellent, and £89 is a good price. My only reservation would be the extra tools really are necessary to get the best from it (i.e. so you can chuck away your existing hoover). We've had the 'animal' version, a year or two now - nothing but praise for it. I think many of the different versions are the same or similar basic hand held thing with different combinations of tools for the different models. I bet that buying the genuine tools to add to this would work out more expensive than a model with tools when on offer. Our animal (new but sold as refurbished) cost £160 iirc with all the tools we need.
#15
arranlj
vassy4u
BarrattsMini
I bought the v6 from Curry's two weeks ago for £99.99. Is this better? I can return this weekend and buy this instead if that's the case. http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5459649
Thanks
Watch this video https://youtu.be/CE_iUAjC8ns
Watching that made me sea sick...
Lol
2 Likes #16
BarrattsMini
I bought the v6 from Curry's two weeks ago for £99.99. Is this better? I can return this weekend and buy this instead if that's the case. http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5459649
Thanks
The DC34 is first generation whilst the V6 is third generation and listed with more suction and a longer battery life.

Depends on what you want with regards to tools etc but personally I'd stick with the V6.
1 Like #17
Sounds silly but how do you charge this? Does a charging point have to be installed on a wall?
1 Like #18
Faisal05
Sounds silly but how do you charge this? Does a charging point have to be installed on a wall?
It is just a normal cable charger, the wall mount/dock is not included with this model but can be bought separately for under £15 (for a genuine one).
#19
Excellent product highly recommended idea for
• cat litter spills
• stairs
• general spills where the standard Dyson would be a pain
• yachts https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eclipse_(yacht)
• Gulfstream G650
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gulfstream_G650
• and finally cars its REALLY great on my 11 year old, from new 150,000 mile on the clock drives like new Nissan.

Edited By: deany76 on Dec 16, 2016 19:03
banned#20
Very good deal. I paid 299£ for my Dyson.
#21
noorsaby
Very good deal. I paid 299£ for my Dyson.
this is not the same type that you have, its hand held with 6mins battery on MAX (best) power.
cheers
banned 1 Like #22
Mine is v6, it looks quite similar.
1 Like #23
noorsaby
Mine is v6, it looks quite similar.
fair play.
#24
BarrattsMini
I bought the v6 from Curry's two weeks ago for £99.99. Is this better? I can return this weekend and buy this instead if that's the case.

http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5459649

Thanks


A V6 at £99.99, how did you manage that?
1 Like #25
jonkers1
BarrattsMini
I bought the v6 from Curry's two weeks ago for £99.99. Is this better? I can return this weekend and buy this instead if that's the case. http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5459649
Thanks
A V6 at £99.99, how did you manage that?

It was a deal that was listed on hukd - think it was a one day only offer. Maybe wait until after Xmas/until January unless you're desperate as may have similar deals then?
1 Like #26
hellofriday
what's the run time on these?

and can u attached a wand to make it similar to the v6?


You can buy a compatible wand on Amazon that fits but Dyson don't make one. We bought both a couple of weeks ago.
#27
hellofriday
what's the run time on these?
and can u attached a wand to make it similar to the v6?

Only use on 'Max' green light shows.
Approx 6 to 7 mins, brilliant device.
Not sure on your query about attachments those eBay ones look naff IMHO
If they are compatable with the motorised attachement then may worth getting one of those if you have pets - but I'm not familiar if motorised work with D34.
#28
I only ever use the one attachment on mine, not sure you need them all. I only use long nozzle for crumbs, cat litter and to do my stairs. Had mine for bout 3 years now and love it. Kids even clean up after themselves!
#29
I'm looking for a good cordless vacuum at the moment. Is Dyson the only way to go or are there any other brand to look at?
#30
Tbh I used this many times and found it to be aweful ... I personally wouldn't bother but I guess it's worth trying and worse case sending it back ... Tesco returns are easy and effortless.
1 Like #31
There's a £5 off code available for Tesco direct as well bringing this down to £84, bought it myself cheers OP

TDXR-KKTW

Edited By: adsldave on Dec 17, 2016 10:34: Adding voucher code
#32
Can anyone tell me if the Dyson v6 is better value for money please? As a main vacuum cleaner
#33
pookey1
Can anyone tell me if the Dyson v6 is better value for money please? As a main vacuum cleaner
Hi
What price is the v6 and does it have any attachments?
#34
It's £269 in John Lewis and currys with the big head and little one for stairs.
#35
pookey1
It's £269 in John Lewis and currys with the big head and little one for stairs.
Hi
Big difference in price.
This fun and informative video may help
https://youtu.be/vr8HUvr-oqY

I have the DC34 and the https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0012LH7ZM/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Superseded in mid-2012 by the DC40 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dyson-Lightweight-Upright-Vacuum-Cleaner/dp/B006OWJOPA/ref=sr_1_1?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1481994484&sr=1-1&keywords=dc+40 and DC41 Animal
Both great devices for different purposes.



Edited By: deany76 on Dec 17, 2016 17:08: -
1 Like #36
Thanks I'll have a look when I get home on the WiFi
2 Likes #37
Thanks. Just picked one up for £89.99

Tried a v6 at a friends and honestly this feels and sounds the same. Bargain and very light!
#38
Anyone seen this or the V6 for around £90 currently ?
#39
Blade3
Anyone seen this or the V6 for around £90 currently ?
Ive missed the deals too, so if you spotted any more let me know !

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