Bargain! Dyson DC40 complete upright vacuum cleaner +  5 year guarantee £242.19 Delivered @ Debenhams
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Bargain! Dyson DC40 complete upright vacuum cleaner + 5 year guarantee £242.19 Delivered @ Debenhams

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Found 3rd Mar 2014
Stupid price for this and cheapest i can find it Use code LT39

£369 @ Argos
£368 @ Amazon
£347 @ Makro
£369.50 @ ISME
£319.99 via Ebay (RS Direct)

This upright vacuum cleaner from Dyson offers a powerful 1100 wattage with a 1.6 litre capacity and is perfect for use on all floors. It uses Dyson's unique ball technology and is great for cleaning up all dirt and pet hair.

Multi cyclonic technology.
200 air watts.
HEPA filter.
Length of hose 4.65m.
Capacity of dustbin 1.6 litres.
Dustbag full indicator.
Adjustable floorhead.
Includes crevice nozzle and combination floor nozzle.
Plastic extension tubes.
Suitable for all floor types.
7.5m power cord.
Size H107, W35, D31cm.
Weight 6.6kg.
Manufacturer's 5 year guarantee.
EAN: 5025155012321.

60 Comments

Fab buy, my mums has just packed in after 10 years, might go for this. Thank you op.

Cash back too!

Showing as £269.10???

Edit...my bad just seen code!
Edited by: "herby247" 3rd Mar 2014

Cash back with who?

platypus07

Cash back with who?


Topcashback 5%

platypus07

Cash back with who?



5.25% TCB = £12.59

£229.60 after cash back.

topcashback.co.uk/deb…ms/
Edited by: "herby247" 3rd Mar 2014

Sweet. Thanks guys.

That's a great find. Thank you so much. Ordered.

Bought, thank you, went through TCB 5.25%

This is cheap because it has been replaced by the DC50. Hence 3rd party sellers only.

Debating pulling the trigger on the DC59 @ £290 after code plus possibly £14.50 cash back. The cheapest elsewhere seems to be £299, but this is also from Debenhams who have always had decent CS for me.

Got the D50 animal from Curry's at Christmas for £230, excellent vacuum cleaner.
Edited by: "speric07" 3rd Mar 2014

Bargain Indeed.....bought one, cheers OP.

Is this the full size upright Dyson? I can't find any comparisons online to see where it falls in the range

Haha - just found it on the Dyson page!
Edited by: "littlesheepy" 3rd Mar 2014

Is this really a bargain? £242 for a Hoover?? Has the world gone mad

Have Dyson managed to work out how to stop the 'mini cyclones' at the top of the 'vortex' completely filling up with dust yet? My current 'Animal' one is on its last legs, needing a new clutch and a new hose. I can't decide whether to splash out on new parts or get a newer model.

This works for ALL Dysons on the Debenhams site. I also had a £10 gift card for Debenhams site so managed to get the DC59 for £266 after TopCashBack. £100 off altogether. Lots of Heat! Thanks!

89quidyoucantgowrong

Have Dyson managed to work out how to stop the 'mini cyclones' at the top … Have Dyson managed to work out how to stop the 'mini cyclones' at the top of the 'vortex' completely filling up with dust yet? My current 'Animal' one is on its last legs, needing a new clutch and a new hose. I can't decide whether to splash out on new parts or get a newer model.



Each new generation seems to get better but the spares cost more and more. This deal provides a great warranty. ebay the old one and get this.

chrisf74

Is this really a bargain? £242 for a Hoover?? Has the world gone mad



Eh it's a DYSON not a HOOVER!

herby247

Eh it's a DYSON not a HOOVER!



agreed its a dyson enough said

chrisf74

Is this really a bargain? £242 for a Hoover?? Has the world gone mad



No its £242 for a Dyson. Perhaps you should read the deal before proclaiming the world has gone mad

Mentos

Debating pulling the trigger on the DC59 @ £290 after code plus possibly … Debating pulling the trigger on the DC59 @ £290 after code plus possibly £14.50 cash back. The cheapest elsewhere seems to be £299, but this is also from Debenhams who have always had decent CS for me.



Debated and debated, but finally puled the trigger. House is over 3 storeys and really getting fed up of lugging the vacuum up and down. Hopefully its as good as the reviews suggest

Brilliant warranty from Dyson my cleaner head packed in on my dc25 last week, never kept receipt or registered it, Rang the free phone number and an engineer came out two days later and replaced the cleaner head for free no questions asked

After hours of research and watching youtube clips youtube.com/res…lts?search_query=dc40+review&lclk=rm:month
I ve finally went for it, to be honest most places want £300-£400 for this very model.
Thanks OP, heat added!

Hoover, dyson, dyson, Hoover, whatever!!!

It's £242 for a dyson Hoover!!!

And my opinion on that is that the world has gone mad!!

Mugged off!!!

chrisf74

Hoover, dyson, dyson, Hoover, whatever!!! It's £242 for a dyson Hoover!!!



Eh no it's NOTHING to do with Hoover, that's a different brand of vacuum cleaner.

herby247

Eh no it's NOTHING to do with Hoover, that's a different brand of vacuum … Eh no it's NOTHING to do with Hoover, that's a different brand of vacuum cleaner.



Is it?? Do they both suck things up??

speedgun

This is cheap because it has been replaced by the DC50. Hence 3rd party … This is cheap because it has been replaced by the DC50. Hence 3rd party sellers only.



DC50 is the compact model while the DC40 is mid-size (according to Dyson) so I wouldn't say it's replaced it.

Good price for this. Got the DC41 a while back for £200 but otherwise might be considering it.

don't see the attraction of a dyson now a days. Build quality is dire on their latest models, plastics are very poor.

chrisf74

Is it?? Do they both suck things up??



You over 40?

poopscoop

You over 40?



LOL, was gunna say the same. Everyone over 40 seems to call all vacuum cleaners "Hoover's". My dad still reckons his Henry Hoover is better than a Dyson... there's just no changing some! LOL

Banned

chrisf74

Is this really a bargain? £242 for a Hoover?? Has the world gone mad



Middle class housewives with too much disposable income need to have toys such as this to impress their social circle.

You aren't anyone unless you have a new car every other year, a watch that costs 3 figures, a Dyson vacuum and 300+ Facebook friends.

trixabel

Middle class housewives with too much disposable income need to have toys … Middle class housewives with too much disposable income need to have toys such as this to impress their social circle. You aren't anyone unless you have a new car every other year, a watch that costs 3 figures, a Dyson vacuum and 300+ Facebook friends.



Must be a crap watch then

My opinion on having owned 2 dysons is that as nice and colourful as they are, they do know more than a non dyson Hoover does, but cost 3 times more??

I'm 39, 40 in April so your point about Hoover is close to the mark!!

Buy a "vaccum" for £69 off currys, a vax one??? Does the same as your bright lime green and purple orange and blue dyson does!!

chrisf74

My opinion on having owned 2 dysons is that as nice and colourful as they … My opinion on having owned 2 dysons is that as nice and colourful as they are, they do know more than a non dyson Hoover does, but cost 3 times more?? I'm 39, 40 in April so your point about Hoover is close to the mark!! Buy a "vaccum" for £69 off currys, a vax one??? Does the same as your bright lime green and purple orange and blue dyson does!!



No I'm sorry this is totally against what I've experienced. I've used hoover and dyson in the past and currently stuck with a vax. Vax are hopeless, hoover slightly better but neither compare to the cleanliness after using a Dyson. Far better suction. Can vacuum in 5 minutes as opposed to 30 minutes repeatedly going over everything with the vax so for time saved and ease of use for the next 5 years at least I'm getting a Dyson.

Anyone know how this compares to dc41 animal? I've been waiting for a deal on that one.

BazingaBen

No I'm sorry this is totally against what I've experienced. I've used … No I'm sorry this is totally against what I've experienced. I've used hoover and dyson in the past and currently stuck with a vax. Vax are hopeless, hoover slightly better but neither compare to the cleanliness after using a Dyson. Far better suction. Can vacuum in 5 minutes as opposed to 30 minutes repeatedly going over everything with the vax so for time saved and ease of use for the next 5 years at least I'm getting a Dyson. Anyone know how this compares to dc41 animal? I've been waiting for a deal on that one.



Can't you claim on the warranty

I love the war in semantics here. Cracks me up but doesn't bring anything to the conversation apart from bazingaben's statement. I'd also be reluctant to spend that amount of money on a hoover whatever make it is. But then if you buy cheap **** you pay twice...

Been thinking about getting a new Dyson. Missed out on getting this at Xmas, from Currys with their £100 quid off. Did some research this morning, then lastly a Quick search on HUKD. Boom, 10min later ordered. Superhot. Well chuffed.
This will be our 3rd after 15years, with Dyson you get what you pay for, plus their faultless customers service. It's not just about keeping up with the Joneses, it's about quality over quantity. You pay less, you end up buying more in the long run.
Edited by: "sucramco" 4th Mar 2014

Hmm they are erm, pretty but HELP can someone please tell me what is so great about this v cleaner? I think you are paying for and maybe need their faultless their customer service -a vacuum shop near me had seven there waiting to be fixed when I popped in (it was a few years ago) and advised me never to go there with one ...so for now I've bought a good solid Henry used by builders, hotels etc. Have I made a terrible mistake? If he dies he was £95 and they really don't die young...



Edited by: "Lovemygoblins" 4th Mar 2014
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