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Dyson V6 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner now just £168.30 with Free Next Day Delivery @ AO

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Best price yet for this Dyson V6 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner. Currently priced at £187, but you can get it for £168.30 when you use code: FLOORCARE10 It is also eligible for Free Next Day Delivery. … Read More
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Best price yet for this Dyson V6 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner. Currently priced at £187, but you can get it for £168.30 when you use code: FLOORCARE10

It is also eligible for Free Next Day Delivery.

• Standard motorised cleaning head
• Hygienically empty the bin at the push of a button
• The power of an upright vacuum in a handheld
• Root Cyclone™ tech captures more dirt in the bin
• Fade free battery delivers up to 20 mins cleaning time

Get the power of an upright vacuum with this handheld model from Dyson. The motorised floor head is designed for use across all floor types and is powerful enough to get deep into carpet fibres, leaving your home spotlessly clean. You get up to 20 minutes of fade-free suction with this model, which is easily enough time to cover the whole house – so you won’t have to stop and re-charge. For extra flexibility, this model converts into a compact handheld, so you can clean your upholstery and car with ease
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cheekyfrazzleboi
vhero
The V6 has the smallest head and with 20 minutes battery I would seriously advise looking at at least the animal model. I sell these everyday for currys and the V6 I would say is the only one you should think twice about.
I think the battery run time alone would make this a no no for most people. Who can hoover their whole house/flat in 20 minutes ffs?? Had it been an hour charge then it would be a different ball game, I woulda ordered one str8 away!

You're confused about how you use these. The Dyson changes the way you vacuum. The idea is not to spend half an hour vacuuming your whole house in one go with all the sweat, noise, heat and upheaval that brings. With the Dyson you spend 5 minutes vacuuming the hallway. Another 5 mins the living room. Then you cooly pop it back on the charging station. Next time you spend 3 mins doing the bathroom or the bedroom. It's meant for short regular bursts of cleaning. The idea that we need to vacuum the whole house in one go is backwards thinking in any case. Having said that, you can easily do a whole flat with one of these before it runs out of juice.
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vhero
The V6 has the smallest head and with 20 minutes battery I would seriously advise looking at at least the animal model. I sell these everyday for currys and the V6 I would say is the only one you should think twice about.

Am i right in thinking that all the dyson v6's are all the same in terms of power and battery run time? Just different tools i.e the Animal has an extra pet tool?

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The V6 has the smallest head and with 20 minutes battery I would seriously advise looking at at least the animal model. I sell these everyday for currys and the V6 I would say is the only one you should think twice about.
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vhero
The V6 has the smallest head and with 20 minutes battery I would seriously advise looking at at least the animal model. I sell these everyday for currys and the V6 I would say is the only one you should think twice about.

Am i right in thinking that all the dyson v6's are all the same in terms of power and battery run time? Just different tools i.e the Animal has an extra pet tool?
1 Like #4
It's brill paid 167 from tesco
#5
I'm in love with mine too from the Tesco offer. Absolutely brilliant. great on my laminate floor with no scratching, straight onto carpet. No fault at all found. So easy and a doddle to Hoover the stairs!
#6
Got ours for £169 from Tesco last week. Effing love it. Picks up everything and really lightweight. We've got a house rabbit (who is currently shedding like mad) and all her fur gets sucked up too.
#7
got my v6 from Argos outlet store for £150
fantastic vacuum and worth every penny
#8
I have heard that it's only got 20 mins if you have it turned down.
1 Like #9
markiegj1
I have heard that it's only got 20 mins if you have it turned down.
It's not turned down, just not on turbo mode. I rarely use the turbo mode anyway.
#10
heavygoodz

Am i right in thinking that all the dyson v6's are all the same in terms of power and battery run time? Just different tools i.e the Animal has an extra pet tool?

Yes same motor but the tools are different powers, so the motorised head on the top of the range items are 30w, 25w middle and 20w or 15w bottom, the head width is also different. The motorised hand tools are different. Slightly annoyingly some of the V6 tools are not interchangeable due to chips/fittings

I think this is a good deal, stay away from the refurbs and if you really want value for money obviously don't but Dyson, buy Vtech gram or Shark or one of the other tried and tested better products. The build quality on Dyson handheld is nowhere near as good as their normal vacuum cleaners


Edited By: OperateOnMe on Sep 01, 2016 21:39
1 Like #11
OperateOnMe
heavygoodz

Am i right in thinking that all the dyson v6's are all the same in terms of power and battery run time? Just different tools i.e the Animal has an extra pet tool?
Yes same motor but the tools are different powers, so the motorised head on the top of the range items are 30w, 25w middle and 20w or 15w bottom, the head width is also different. The motorised hand tools are different. Slightly annoyingly some of the V6 tools are not interchangeable due to chips/fittings
I think this is a good deal, stay away from the refurbs and if you really want value for money obviously don't but Dyson, buy Vtech gram or Shark or one of the other tried and tested better products. The build quality on Dyson handheld is nowhere near as good as their normal vacuum cleaners

Thanks for the insight, i've tried both the basic v6 and the total (liked the fluffy head tool). But still can't get my head around the price difference. Am i right to assume that all these tools work on the suction created by the motor and in my head - if working off an identical motor should be equally powerful? Not my area of expertise oO
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The difference among the Dyson v6 versions: (Taken from TechKing's review on Amazon)
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
Total 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.
#13
nellygtfc
The difference among the Dyson v6 versions: (Taken from TechKing's review on Amazon)Standard - has a 20w motorhead attachment, this is the weakest of the series and a crevice toolAnimal - same motorhead attachment as the standard. In addition it has a mini motorhead for petsFluffy - has all the above and one additional soft brush attachment specifically designed for bare / hardwood floorsTotal 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.

Thanks for this, what about the v6 trigger? also I noticed other versions like V6 Flexi / Motorhead / trigger pro
#14
mattzildjian
nellygtfc
The difference among the Dyson v6 versions: (Taken from TechKing's review on Amazon)Standard - has a 20w motorhead attachment, this is the weakest of the series and a crevice toolAnimal - same motorhead attachment as the standard. In addition it has a mini motorhead for petsFluffy - has all the above and one additional soft brush attachment specifically designed for bare / hardwood floorsTotal 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.
Thanks for this, what about the v6 trigger? also I noticed other versions like V6 Flexi / Motorhead / trigger pro

It's far easier just to check each version out on the Dyson website. The Flexi is like the standard version, includes 3 flexible brushes, Stubborn Dirt Brush, Flexi Crevice Tool, Up Top Tool - useful for doing between cupboards, top of wardrobes etc.

The v6 Motorhead was released for the USA market only, so ignore it - Dyson only give warranty on UK versions, they won't even give warranty on any products for the European market - Dyson know by the serial number.

The v6 trigger versions are handheld only (no extension pole), all it includes is the crevice/combination tools. The v6 trigger pro in addition has a mini motorhead for pets.
#15
nellygtfc
The difference among the Dyson v6 versions: (Taken from TechKing's review on Amazon)
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
Total 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.


The animal head is wider than the standard v6.
#16
Don't forget Quidco, Ordered - great deal thanks
2 Likes #17
I would go with the ebay outlet and get the Animal or Total Clean and pay a bit more. You seem to get a 2y warranty as well after registering online. Bigger head, motor and more attachments
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dyson-V6-Total-Clean-Cordless-vacuum-cleaner-Refurbished-1-year-guarantee-/111882451240?hash=item1a0cb6b928:g:ewoAAOSwqrtWohgo
#18
Cold from me - price is good but its only good for half a house and it picks up less than half a litre. 15 min max battery life.
#19
Topcashback tracked at £10.95 too after extra 5% bank holiday rate. Double bonus. Cheers OP.
1 Like #20
Bargain. The standard V6 is not weak, it can lift up large rugs. 20 mins is enough time, have a break if you have more to do and put it on charge.
#21
Codes makes the v8 ab £404 :)
1 Like #22
I agree that this isn't weak. I can do 2 floors of my 3 bedroom 3 storey town house with the living room (shaggy carpet) on max and it is fab.
#23
vhero
The V6 has the smallest head and with 20 minutes battery I would seriously advise looking at at least the animal model. I sell these everyday for currys and the V6 I would say is the only one you should think twice about.

I think the battery run time alone would make this a no no for most people. Who can hoover their whole house/flat in 20 minutes ffs?? Had it been an hour charge then it would be a different ball game, I woulda ordered one str8 away!
#24
HOT. Bought one 2 weeks ago in my own HotUKDeal listing I made on here for £178. These are worth every penny. Believe me it will revolutionize the chore of vacuuming.
10 Likes #25
cheekyfrazzleboi
vhero
The V6 has the smallest head and with 20 minutes battery I would seriously advise looking at at least the animal model. I sell these everyday for currys and the V6 I would say is the only one you should think twice about.
I think the battery run time alone would make this a no no for most people. Who can hoover their whole house/flat in 20 minutes ffs?? Had it been an hour charge then it would be a different ball game, I woulda ordered one str8 away!

You're confused about how you use these. The Dyson changes the way you vacuum. The idea is not to spend half an hour vacuuming your whole house in one go with all the sweat, noise, heat and upheaval that brings. With the Dyson you spend 5 minutes vacuuming the hallway. Another 5 mins the living room. Then you cooly pop it back on the charging station. Next time you spend 3 mins doing the bathroom or the bedroom. It's meant for short regular bursts of cleaning. The idea that we need to vacuum the whole house in one go is backwards thinking in any case. Having said that, you can easily do a whole flat with one of these before it runs out of juice.
1 Like #26
vhero
The V6 has the smallest head and with 20 minutes battery I would seriously advise looking at at least the animal model. I sell these everyday for currys and the V6 I would say is the only one you should think twice about.
To be clear though all V6 upright models have the same battery life - 20 minutes. Doesn't matter if it's a V6 Animal or V6 Absolute.
The model in this deal is this one:

http://www.dyson.co.uk/vacuum-cleaners/cordless/dyson-v6/dyson-v6.aspx

It comes with a battery for up to 20-minutes fade-free suction.

The most expensive V6 model is has the same, up to 20-minutes of fade-free suction:

http://www.dyson.co.uk/vacuum-cleaners/cordless/dyson-v6/dyson-v6-absolute.aspx

The difference is in the head but the standard V6 is very powerful and sucks up a huge amount of dust from our carpets and floors so I would strongly disagree with you that this is not worth it. On the contrary, the expensive V6 Absolute doesn't warrant the huge price premium for a little more head suction, HEPA filter and extra attachments. These are the 3 differences between the V6 and most expensive V6 Absolute models (there is a V8 now. It's very similar to V6 Absolute).
#27
Coulomb_Barrier
cheekyfrazzleboi
vhero
The V6 has the smallest head and with 20 minutes battery I would seriously advise looking at at least the animal model. I sell these everyday for currys and the V6 I would say is the only one you should think twice about.
I think the battery run time alone would make this a no no for most people. Who can hoover their whole house/flat in 20 minutes ffs?? Had it been an hour charge then it would be a different ball game, I woulda ordered one str8 away!
You're confused about how you use these. The Dyson changes the way you vacuum. The idea is not to spend half an hour vacuuming your whole house in one go with all the sweat, noise, heat and upheaval that brings. With the Dyson you spend 5 minutes vacuuming the hallway. Another 5 mins the living room. Then you cooly pop it back on the charging station. Next time you spend 3 mins doing the bathroom or the bedroom. It's meant for short regular bursts of cleaning. The idea that we need to vacuum the whole house in one go is backwards thinking in any case. Having said that, you can easily do a whole flat with one of these before it runs out of juice.

Depends on the size of your flat/house/rooms. Large rooms do take a while to vac thoroughly. Albeit, these are great for a quick once over, but a full size is still necessary if you have large spaces.

Edited By: jeds on Sep 02, 2016 11:32
1 Like #28
Coulomb_Barrier
cheekyfrazzleboi
vhero
The V6 has the smallest head and with 20 minutes battery I would seriously advise looking at at least the animal model. I sell these everyday for currys and the V6 I would say is the only one you should think twice about.
I think the battery run time alone would make this a no no for most people. Who can hoover their whole house/flat in 20 minutes ffs?? Had it been an hour charge then it would be a different ball game, I woulda ordered one str8 away!
You're confused about how you use these. The Dyson changes the way you vacuum. The idea is not to spend half an hour vacuuming your whole house in one go with all the sweat, noise, heat and upheaval that brings. With the Dyson you spend 5 minutes vacuuming the hallway. Another 5 mins the living room. Then you cooly pop it back on the charging station. Next time you spend 3 mins doing the bathroom or the bedroom. It's meant for short regular bursts of cleaning. The idea that we need to vacuum the whole house in one go is backwards thinking in any case. Having said that, you can easily do a whole flat with one of these before it runs out of juice.

We can do our whole 3 floor house easily in 20mins, after all it's not always "on", just when you are using it and have your finger pressed on the trigger, which if you think about it isn't that long. I'd say you can almost do a full house even on max which is far more powerful than you would normally need. We would never use anything else now.
#29
jeds
Coulomb_Barrier
cheekyfrazzleboi
vhero
The V6 has the smallest head and with 20 minutes battery I would seriously advise looking at at least the animal model. I sell these everyday for currys and the V6 I would say is the only one you should think twice about.
I think the battery run time alone would make this a no no for most people. Who can hoover their whole house/flat in 20 minutes ffs?? Had it been an hour charge then it would be a different ball game, I woulda ordered one str8 away!
You're confused about how you use these. The Dyson changes the way you vacuum. The idea is not to spend half an hour vacuuming your whole house in one go with all the sweat, noise, heat and upheaval that brings. With the Dyson you spend 5 minutes vacuuming the hallway. Another 5 mins the living room. Then you cooly pop it back on the charging station. Next time you spend 3 mins doing the bathroom or the bedroom. It's meant for short regular bursts of cleaning. The idea that we need to vacuum the whole house in one go is backwards thinking in any case. Having said that, you can easily do a whole flat with one of these before it runs out of juice.
Depends on the size of your flat/house/rooms. Large rooms do take a while to vac thoroughly.

Point still stands. Unless you live in a house with mansion-sized rooms, a full charge on the Dyson in this deal is enough to vacuum fully 2-3 rooms or 2 rooms and a large hallway minimum. I've been doing just that for the past 2 weeks.

Edited By: Coulomb_Barrier on Sep 02, 2016 11:36
#30
Coulomb_Barrier

Point still stands. Unless you live in a house with mansion-sized rooms, a full charge on the Dyson in this deal is enough to vacuum fully 2-3 rooms or 2 rooms and a large hallway minimum. I've been doing just that for the past 2 weeks.

Unfortunately I live in said house with mansion sized rooms :(. I do often wonder why when the Dyson comes out.

Edited By: jeds on Sep 02, 2016 11:41
#31
jeds
Coulomb_Barrier
jeds
Coulomb_Barrier
cheekyfrazzleboi
vhero
The V6 has the smallest head and with 20 minutes battery I would seriously advise looking at at least the animal model. I sell these everyday for currys and the V6 I would say is the only one you should think twice about.
I think the battery run time alone would make this a no no for most people. Who can hoover their whole house/flat in 20 minutes ffs?? Had it been an hour charge then it would be a different ball game, I woulda ordered one str8 away!
You're confused about how you use these. The Dyson changes the way you vacuum. The idea is not to spend half an hour vacuuming your whole house in one go with all the sweat, noise, heat and upheaval that brings. With the Dyson you spend 5 minutes vacuuming the hallway. Another 5 mins the living room. Then you cooly pop it back on the charging station. Next time you spend 3 mins doing the bathroom or the bedroom. It's meant for short regular bursts of cleaning. The idea that we need to vacuum the whole house in one go is backwards thinking in any case. Having said that, you can easily do a whole flat with one of these before it runs out of juice.
Depends on the size of your flat/house/rooms. Large rooms do take a while to vac thoroughly.
Point still stands. Unless you live in a house with mansion-sized rooms, a full charge on the Dyson in this deal is enough to vacuum fully 2-3 rooms or 2 rooms and a large hallway minimum. I've been doing just that for the past 2 weeks.
Unfortunately I live in said house with mansion sized rooms :(. I do often wonder why when the Dyson comes out.

Ha ok fair enough. The new V8 model has longer battery life but is more than double the price of this currently. Maybe that would be more suitable.
#32
nellygtfc
The difference among the Dyson v6 versions: (Taken from TechKing's review on Amazon)Standard - has a 20w motorhead attachment, this is the weakest of the series and a crevice toolAnimal - same motorhead attachment as the standard. In addition it has a mini motorhead for petsFluffy - has all the above and one additional soft brush attachment specifically designed for bare / hardwood floorsTotal 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.

Does anyone actually use the different attachments? I got this deal from Tesco the other week for £150 using clubcard points and got to say im very impressed with it. its perfect for a quick whip round the house.
#33
personaljesus24
nellygtfc
The difference among the Dyson v6 versions: (Taken from TechKing's review on Amazon)Standard - has a 20w motorhead attachment, this is the weakest of the series and a crevice toolAnimal - same motorhead attachment as the standard. In addition it has a mini motorhead for petsFluffy - has all the above and one additional soft brush attachment specifically designed for bare / hardwood floorsTotal 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.
Does anyone actually use the different attachments? I got this deal from Tesco the other week for £150 using clubcard points and got to say im very impressed with it. its perfect for a quick whip round the house.

It is indeed. What many folks don't understand is that it's ability to suck up dust and debris from the floor is not just based on its powerful suction, but the rotating head that lightly digs in and loosens the dust in your carpets so that it is sucked up. This model sucks up more than my corded vacuum that we have since chucked out.
banned#34
how long does cashback take to track?
#35
The real issue with these, in my experience, is the very small bin. I have to empty it very regularly as it fills up almost immediately after being used. If I don't, it overfills, and it becomes very difficult to empty. The only downside for me
1 Like #36
The bin is so easy to empty though. Just pull the lever and it all falls out in your bin. 5seconds and carry on.
#37
solid
The real issue with these, in my experience, is the very small bin. I have to empty it very regularly as it fills up almost immediately after being used. If I don't, it overfills, and it becomes very difficult to empty. The only downside for me


shows it works at least.
this dyson is great for the money
#38
solid
The real issue with these, in my experience, is the very small bin. I have to empty it very regularly as it fills up almost immediately after being used. If I don't, it overfills, and it becomes very difficult to empty. The only downside for me

What are you using it on, the beach? :) No seriously, mine wouldn't fill up 'almost immediately' unless I took it outside on the drive. Bin is big enough for 10 mins on very dirty carpets around the house.
#39
Just ordered one...thanks. :)
#40
One of my sister has one of these as well as a Gtech .....she let me use them both around her house recently as she knows I am a bit of a vacuum cleaner fan(sad I know) and I was impressed with both these cleaners....both lightweight but seemed to pick up everything with ease....the GTECH edged it for me on wooden floors and the Dyson won on carpets..lol....this looks like a bargain price for the Dyson so heat added.
Both great products.

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