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£50 Shark voucher lC160UKT cordless vacuum £199.99 or £249.99 twin battery @ Shark
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£50 Shark voucher lC160UKT cordless vacuum £199.99 or £249.99 twin battery @ Shark

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TheOak04/03/2020 00:17

Could buy a good Dyson for that


Id use the term good loosely.
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Could buy a good Dyson for that
TheOak04/03/2020 00:17

Could buy a good Dyson for that


Can't see how for price you will find a good cordless Dyson for £200.
TheOak04/03/2020 00:17

Could buy a good Dyson for that


Id use the term good loosely.
TheOak04/03/2020 00:17

Could buy a good Dyson for that


Please could you share some links and specific model suggestions for the same price?
Has very poor Which reviews for carpet cleaning and pet hair removal. Can anyone who's owned this comment from personal experience? TIA.
Having owned both this and the anti-wrap version of this vacuum (icz160uk), I cannot recommend enough that it is worth the extra for the anti hair wrap version. Had it a month and not had to clean the brush bar once. The non anti hair wrap version seemed worse than even normal vacuums.
Adam_Nuttall04/03/2020 07:22

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That's a bit OTT. Chill out a bit, it's just the internet, not real life.
Cheers OP. Finally bit the bullet and bought the twin battery pack.
adamderak04/03/2020 00:55

Can't see how for price you will find a good cordless Dyson for £200.


£50 in sainsburys last year
Anyone got on of these and can compare to an upright?
coalfield04/03/2020 08:17

Anyone got on of these and can compare to an upright?


This is an upright. If you mean in comparison to a mains powered upright than having done a fair bit of research.
I came to the conclusion probably only the Dyson v11 is able to do that but that costs £500.
However good cordless vacums are now pretty good and will have decent performance.
coalfield04/03/2020 08:17

Anyone got on of these and can compare to an upright?


I've got a Dyson dc50 and got a Shark cordless, the Shark takes a while to get used to but I'd happily get rid of my Dyson and stick with the Shark cordless.
Vax OnePwr Blade 4 cordless upright for £219 direct from Vax includes an extra set of additional tools (worth £52) and is currently being reviewed by which?

Removable/replaceable battery is a big plus over a lot of products by other competitors.
cheekster04/03/2020 08:45

Vax OnePwr Blade 4 cordless upright for £219 direct from Vax includes an …Vax OnePwr Blade 4 cordless upright for £219 direct from Vax includes an extra set of additional tools (worth £52) and is currently being reviewed by which?Removable/replaceable battery is a big plus over a lot of products by other competitors.


Can't believe how long it's taking to get a proper review on that model as it seems very promising.
silverred04/03/2020 08:34

I've got a Dyson dc50 and got a Shark cordless, the Shark takes a while to …I've got a Dyson dc50 and got a Shark cordless, the Shark takes a while to get used to but I'd happily get rid of my Dyson and stick with the Shark cordless.


You’re comparing a old Dyson cordless which is not even in their current lineup / generation with a new product , of course it will be better
Dyson v7 is £199 from all major retailers , I urge everyone to go to a currys store and do a side by side test between any shark cordless and Dyson , but some debris on a carpet and dig it in and you will see how well the Dyson deep cleans
Thanks for posting
UnprecedentedMeasures04/03/2020 09:25

You’re comparing a old Dyson cordless which is not even in their current l …You’re comparing a old Dyson cordless which is not even in their current lineup / generation with a new product , of course it will be better


I was answering the poster above. Just because something is newer doesn't make it better.
TheOak04/03/2020 00:17

Could buy a good Dyson for that


Anything pre V10 struggles to pick up dirt unless in 5 minute max mode.
Steveyorkie04/03/2020 07:28

That's a bit OTT. Chill out a bit, it's just the internet, not real life.


Shut up you sponge
I have this and find it to be excellent. The pet add on is very good for doing the sofa and the stairs.


the light in front of where you are vaccuming I thought would just be a gimmick but in fact it is very useful.
jamesdew04/03/2020 13:43

I have this and find it to be excellent. The pet add on is very good for …I have this and find it to be excellent. The pet add on is very good for doing the sofa and the stairs.the light in front of where you are vaccuming I thought would just be a gimmick but in fact it is very useful.


Agree with this. Bought the twin battery one a few months ago to replace an old Dyson Cordless (DC44). Could not justify the £500ish price for a new Dyson so researched and went for this (shark were offering £50 a month payments to make it more palatable!). Actually prefer it being more like an upright, and find it more versatile than just the stick models as you can detach numerous parts. Like the ability to change between carpet and hard floor (slows down the front roller hard floor), good assortment of attachments (especially the pet attachement).

Easy to empty the dust bin and to clean filters. Find the 2 batteries a great idea, always have one charging in the dock while the other is in the vacuum - give about 100 mins of usage which is plenty. I read reviews which said it didn't seem as powerful as other vacuums because it didn't leave marks on the carpet, I disagree with this as its very powerful and picks up a lot of dust. Overall very happy with it (as much as you can be with a hoover!)
Ordered the twin battery as been after one for a while.

No pets so im sure it will be fine for us.
Ordered the Twin Battery. Extra £50. An additional battery is £80.
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