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Dyson V8 Absolute £499.00 from ao.com (possible £398 after cashback)

£499.00 @ ao.com
Been looking to upgrade for a while, and spotted this. AO.com are already taking £50 off the normal price, but then there looks like a special promotion of another 10% (plus interest free credit). Qui… Read More
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9m, 3w agoFound 9 months, 3 weeks ago
Been looking to upgrade for a while, and spotted this. AO.com are already taking £50 off the normal price, but then there looks like a special promotion of another 10% (plus interest free credit). Quidco also has 1.5% which might track on top, bringing it down to below £400

Good luck!
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9m, 3w agoFound 9 months, 3 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
Ok if you like throwing money away.
#2
Good find, thanks OP.
1 Like #3
monitor1
Ok if you like throwing money away.


You have to own on to know how good they are. Excellent piece of kit and worth every penny imho. Heat added op, thanks for sharing.
#4
500 quid for a Hoover!!!
#5
How does this compare to the v6? I've just moved into parklands and mine is used more for catching bugs than hoovering oO
6 Likes #6
Jimhuppa78
500 quid for a Hoover!!!


It's not a Hoover, it's a Dyson
#7
had nothing but issues with my current dyson build quailty is **** for the price cheap plaatic parts where aome ahould have been metal
#8
flipper118
How does this compare to the v6? I've just moved into parklands and mine is used more for catching bugs than hoovering oO


Bigger bin, longer battery, easier to empty with a new design.
1 Like #9
Buy a Miele, better than a Dyson in every respect - except trendiness.

Edited By: M_z on Sep 01, 2016 17:11: typo
#10
Dyson = overpriced tat.
2 Likes #11
shauneco
Dyson = overpriced tat.

Yes because selling overpriced tat must be what has made them such a successful company.
1 Like #12
Bovrilontoast
shauneco
Dyson = overpriced tat.
Yes because selling overpriced tat must be what has made them such a successful company.
Same as iDevices really, I bet 99% of Dyson lovers own iphones.!.
#13
Awful Hoover, awful seller, awful price.

We had Dyson out twice to ours, we gave up in the end and bought something else.

AO seem like a dream come true until you need to use their 'returns service'.

Sorry, cold from me.
3 Likes #14
Bovrilontoast
shauneco
Dyson = overpriced tat.
Yes because selling overpriced tat must be what has made them such a successful company.

Works for Apple...........
3 Likes #15
zx636r
Bovrilontoast
shauneco
Dyson = overpriced tat.
Yes because selling overpriced tat must be what has made them such a successful company.

Works for Apple...........


I don't like Apple products but can appreciate how good they are, just prefer Android personally
#16
get a v6 the difference is negligible according to a which first look... but the v6 is nearly half price now
1 Like #17
M_z
Buy a Miele, better than a Dyson in every respect - except trendiness.

I've got a miele next to my Dyson and the hassle of dragging it out plugging it in moving it around....I did love the miele but it's dead to me now :{
1 Like #18
Bovrilontoast
shauneco
Dyson = overpriced tat.

Yes because selling overpriced tat must be what has made them such a successful company.


Worked for both Apple and Beats.
#19
Each to his own... and no I don't own an Apple or Dyson
Apple are to restrictive for my use and Dyson to many plastic parts to DIY fix
#20
Miele all day for me vs Dyson - Miele knock spots off Dyson in terms of performance and build quality
#21
AAB
Jimhuppa78
500 quid for a Hoover!!!


It's not a Hoover, it's a Dyson


If it lifts crumbs or belly fluff off a carpet then it's a 'Hoover'
#22
Could buy 2 v6s for this price!
2 Likes #23
jb66
Could buy 2 v6s for this price!


W12 :-)
5 Likes #24
shauneco
Bovrilontoast
shauneco
Dyson = overpriced tat.
Yes because selling overpriced tat must be what has made them such a successful company.
Same as iDevices really, I bet 99% of Dyson lovers own iphones.!.


Weird how no tech reviewers ever call Apple or Dyson products "tat" but people with much cheaper stuff do.

Same kind of people that probably don't see the "point" of supercars.

Just let live, if you can't afford it don't knock just enjoy what you have.
2 Likes #25
Jimhuppa78
500 quid for a Hoover!!!
Not only that but it's £500 for a battery powered Hoover which will no doubt be useless after a few years once the battery has died.
BTW I've got two hoovers, I only really use one of them though, the other just gathers dust.
1 Like #26
us_agent2012
shauneco
Bovrilontoast
shauneco
Dyson = overpriced tat.
Yes because selling overpriced tat must be what has made them such a successful company.
Same as iDevices really, I bet 99% of Dyson lovers own iphones.!.
Weird how no tech reviewers ever call Apple or Dyson products "tat" but people with much cheaper stuff do.
Same kind of people that probably don't see the "point" of supercars.
Just let live, if you can't afford it don't knock just enjoy what you have.

I don't see the point of supercars as it happens ;), I prefer value for money.

I could easily afford a Dyson, I could easily afford an iphone or two etc..

But I won't, their is no point, Not when a £100 vacuum will vacuum equally as well as Dysons, £400 for something that should be closer to £100, It just doesn't make any sense.

That extra £300 could go towards a nice holiday, You could even pay someone to vacuum :), It's silly money really.
1 Like #27
v6 & v8, they are not cars engines. Wonder if they have slipped HD into their products somewhere which also has no relevance but idiots buy them.
#28
How cold! -164°, however...guess what...! AO have sold out of the Dyson V8 Absolute!
#29
Hot for me - ordered
#30
Very with the 20% off works out at £360
#31
the porter
Very with the 20% off works out at £360

Which offer is that please?

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