Dyson V6 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner - £169 @ Tesco direct / Ao / Very / Currys / John Lewis /Argos/ Ao eBay (£149 with code Very or £164 with £5 Quidco cashback or £160.55 with eBay 10x points) - HotUKDeals
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Dyson V6 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner - £169 @ Tesco direct / Ao / Very / Currys / John Lewis /Argos/ Ao eBay (£149 with code Very or £164 with £5 Quidco cashback or £160.55 with eBay 10x points)

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Cheapest price for dyson v6 from the 5 retailers. Tesco Direct Very ao.com Currys John Lewis Argos Ao eBay TCB cashback 1. Tesco - 1.65% 2. Very - 1% 3. Ao - 1.65% 4. Currys - 1.65%…
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3m, 21h agoFound 3 months, 21 hours ago
Cheapest price for dyson v6 from the 5 retailers.
Tesco Direct
Very
ao.com
Currys
John Lewis
Argos

Ao eBay

TCB cashback
1. Tesco - 1.65%
2. Very - 1%
3. Ao - 1.65%
4. Currys - 1.65%

Quidco cashback
1. Tesco - 1.65%
2. Very - 1.1%

3. Ao - £5
4. Currys - 1.65%
5. Argos - 1.1%

- With quidco cashback you can buy from ao for - £164.


- Very new customer - KH3T3 which gives you £25 off a £50 spend. Code expires 7th Jan.

- John Lewis - offers 2 years extended Guarantee

- Ao eBay - £169. You can also make use 10x points eBay offer.
169x10 = 1690 points which is approx £8.45
This makes it £160.55.
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1 Like #1
Thanks vassy, great price http://bestanimations.com/Text/Hot/hot-button-animation-gif.gif
1 Like #2
gazz33
Thanks vassy, great price http://bestanimations.com/Text/Hot/hot-button-animation-gif.gif
Thanks pal.. finding more codes to make the purchase even cheaper..
1 Like #3
Considering buying from very and paying over three months where you get another 10% off for first credit purchase... hmmm :{
#4
ieame
Considering buying from very and paying over three months where you get another 10% off for first credit purchase... hmmm :{
Well that's the one I was looking for. New customer code.
2 Likes #5
vassy4u
ieame
Considering buying from very and paying over three months where you get another 10% off for first credit purchase... hmmm :{
Well that's the one I was looking for. New customer code.

KPAGM gets 10% off until 6th December

Undecided on how much I 'realllly' need a new hoover
1 Like #6
ieame
vassy4u
ieame
Considering buying from very and paying over three months where you get another 10% off for first credit purchase... hmmm :{
Well that's the one I was looking for. New customer code.
KPAGM gets 10% off until 6th December
Undecided on how much I 'realllly' need a new hoover
Thanks. I ll probably add it to the post. For this price I will not miss the chance :)
#7
Ao eBay - £169. You can also make use 10x points eBay offer.
169x10 = 1690 points which is approx £8.45
This makes it £160.55.

Edited By: vassy4u on Nov 25, 2016 06:52: .
#8
how do you get the 10% off at very. never used before
1 Like #9
Thanks, just bought from AO, free delivery tomorrow, I wanted one anyway. Good deal
Tesco was £3 for delivery and didn't seem to be able to C and C
#10
fowlerpower
how do you get the 10% off at very. never used before
Guess you got to be a new customer. Opt in for their credit payment method..
#11
Currys have price matched :)
#12
Dyson are one of the worst brands of vacuum you can buy. Cold.
#13
very tempted by this, but was already decided on the Vax slimvac, anyone any idea how they compare?
#14
Tadpole78
very tempted by this, but was already decided on the Vax slimvac, anyone any idea how they compare?
This is the base model.. so I'm not sure how it is against Vax.
#15
John Lewis - Price matched.
#16
Is there much difference between this and the absolute? I've tried my mum's absolute and preferred it over the older dyson she had but is it worth spending more?
7 Likes #17
alltheothernamesweretaken
Is there much difference between this and the absolute? I've tried my mum's absolute and preferred it over the older dyson she had but is it worth spending more?
I like to set this straight for everyone looking into this. Buying this was so confusing because there are 5 versions of Dyson V6: Absolute (pink), Clean (red), Fluffy (blue), Animal (purple) and Standard (White). I bought the V6 Absolute but I want to share my experience here to help you decide the right version for you.
The difference among the Dyson v6 versions:
Standard - has a 20w motorhead attachment, this is the weakest of the series and a crevice tool
Animal - same motorhead attachment as the standard. In addition it has a mini motorhead for pets
Fluffy - has all the above and one additional soft brush attachment specifically designed for bare / hardwood floors
Clean - has all the above but a more powerful 35w direct-drive cleaner head - which replaces the standard 20w motorhead.
Absolute - has the mini pet tool as above, a more powerful 50w direct-drive than the Cleaner, and oddly, a very plain / simple attachment with silicon wipes for hardwood floors instead of soft brush attachment. In addition it has a Hepa filter at the motor exhaust - this also makes it a little heavier. All this will make the battery work a lot harder than the lower end versions.

source - Amazon customer review
banned 1 Like #18
Thanks, great price, I'm booked in!
#19
sonicblu
Thanks, great price, I'm booked in!
Happy to be of some help
#20
I am buying the new Vax cordless stick.Reviews are as good or even better than a Dyson. Argos have reduced the pet version to £95 in the Black Friday sale. I feel Dyson are for rich people or Super Chavs.I could well afford a Dyson if i wanted.
#21
monitor1
I am buying the new Vax cordless stick.Reviews are as good or even better than a Dyson. Argos have reduced the pet version to £95 in the Black Friday sale. I feel Dyson are for rich people or Super Chavs.I could well afford a Dyson if i wanted.
Good for you mate :)
1 Like #22
monitor1
I am buying the new Vax cordless stick.Reviews are as good or even better than a Dyson. Argos have reduced the pet version to £95 in the Black Friday sale. I feel Dyson are for rich people or Super Chavs.I could well afford a Dyson if i wanted.
I bought a Vax U85B (or something) earlier this year when it was on offer from Amazon Warehouse ("as new"). Disappointed really. Good battery life and it came with two batteries (definitely an advantage over the Dyson IMO), BUT, I'm really disappointed with it. A part of the handle has now broken, and I'm really disappointed with the suction. It was ok for some things, but on the whole, it's left me wanting to get something different... Hence why I am here, looking at the V6 prices :)

Hope the new one has improved :)
2 Likes #23
These are new models and very similar to the Dyson V6. Reviews are really good and with a 2 year guarantee you cant go wrong.
1 Like #24
Thank you heat added!!
I got this dyson at the price of £148.98 delivered from Very with discount code.

I had to open a new credit account.

The code is KH3T3 which gives you £25 off a £50 spend!
1 Like #25
Code is for new customers with new credit account and expires 7th January 2017
#26
hayley_007
Thank you heat added!!
I got this dyson at the price of £148.98 delivered from Very with discount code.
I had to open a new credit account.
The code is KH3T3 which gives you £25 off a £50 spend!
Thanks will update the post
1 Like #28

Yeah I had that one a few months ago before returning it to Dyson, it's an excellent vacuum but this is the price I paid months ago so not a good deal IMO! I called Dyson this morning and there Black Friday deals are terrible... Guy on the phone even told me the prices are higher than they were a few weeks ago on some lines such as the V8 oO

My plan is to buy the cheapest possible V6 (some going for £129) and just use it for a year until the V8 comes down in price! And as for waiting for Black Friday, well that was a waste of time I won't make the mistake of doing again!

Edit: Also the fluffy hard wood attachment will not fit on the V6 Absolute! Sold separately anyway but if you was thinking of getting an Absolute and the hard wood tool separately for the total package think again! The V8 however works with every tool in its line and even comes with the hard wood tool, or so I'm told...

Edited By: mattoligy on Nov 25, 2016 13:15
1 Like #29
mattoligy
Yeah I had that one a few months ago before returning it to Dyson, it's an excellent vacuum but this is the price I paid months ago so not a good deal IMO! I called Dyson this morning and there Black Friday deals are terrible... Guy on the phone even told me the prices are higher than they were a few weeks ago on some lines such as the V8 oO
My plan is to buy the cheapest possible V6 (some going for £129) and just use it for a year until the V8 comes down in price! And as for waiting for Black Friday, well that was a waste of time I won't make the mistake of doing again!
Edit: Also the fluffy hard wood attachment will not fit on the V6 Absolute! Sold separately anyway but if you was thinking of getting an Absolute and the hard wood tool separately for the total package think again! The V8 however works with every tool in its line and even comes with the hard wood tool, or so I'm told...
Hope that helps someone..
1 Like #30
vassy4u
mattoligy
Yeah I had that one a few months ago before returning it to Dyson, it's an excellent vacuum but this is the price I paid months ago so not a good deal IMO! I called Dyson this morning and there Black Friday deals are terrible... Guy on the phone even told me the prices are higher than they were a few weeks ago on some lines such as the V8 oO
My plan is to buy the cheapest possible V6 (some going for £129) and just use it for a year until the V8 comes down in price! And as for waiting for Black Friday, well that was a waste of time I won't make the mistake of doing again!
Edit: Also the fluffy hard wood attachment will not fit on the V6 Absolute! Sold separately anyway but if you was thinking of getting an Absolute and the hard wood tool separately for the total package think again! The V8 however works with every tool in its line and even comes with the hard wood tool, or so I'm told...
Hope that helps someone..


​thanks for the information, that does help alot
1 Like #31
This helped me, a good overview of the features compared to others here, might be useful to you all
http://homeappliancebuyer.com
3 Likes #32
I bought from Dyson direct yesterday over the phone (total clean model) If you say you an existing customer they give you £10 and they threw in a free accessory pack with additional nozzles RRP £60
[helper]#33
davidmaiden18183
I bought from Dyson direct yesterday over the phone (total clean model) If you say you an existing customer they give you £10 and they threw in a free accessory pack with additional nozzles RRP £60

That's good to know thanks :)
#34
Updated with Argos price match
#35
Does the long thing come off so it's short?
1 Like #36
Not sure how this gained so little heat in comparison to the other dyson thread, which didn't have the extension tool, this one is much better at 169, wish i had see this :(
1 Like #37
duckative
Not sure how this gained so little heat in comparison to the other dyson thread, which didn't have the extension tool, this one is much better at 169, wish i had see this :(
Well hoping that v6 will come back to this price for Christmas

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