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DYSON Cyclone V10 Animal Cordless Vacuum Cleaner - Purple £349 at Currys PC World
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DYSON Cyclone V10 Animal Cordless Vacuum Cleaner - Purple £349 at Currys PC World

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Posted 29th Jan

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Cheapest V10 I can see around!

Animal model doesn't have all the bells and whistles of some of the other models but seems like good value!
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- Keep your home clean with a powerful cordless performance

- Turn it into a handheld with just one click of a button

- 'Point and shoot' mechanism to hygienically empty the vacuum cleaner

Keep your home clean


Keeping your home clean can be a lot of work, especially when you have pets. The Dyson Cyclone V10 Animal Cordless Vacuum Cleaner makes your life easier with a range of handy features.

Powered by the latest V10 digital motor, the Cyclone V10 Animal forcefully sucks up dust and debris to leave your carpets and hard floors looking clean and pristine.

Different areas might need a different approach - three power modes let you adjust the suction levels depending on what you're cleaning, ideal for when you're switching to more delicate surfaces.

With a battery that lasts up to 60 minutes, you'll easily be able to get a good cleaning session in before you need to pop the vacuum cleaner onto its wall-mounted dock for a recharge.

Turn it into a handheld


When you're zipping around giving the house a tidy, you need a convenient vacuum that gives you versatile cleaning. The V10Animal can be switched to a handheld cleaner with just one button press, helping you to clean those awkward spots like stairs and the top of cupboards.

It also comes with a range of useful attachments like crevice and combi tools to give you even more cleaning options.

'Point and shoot' mechanism


When you've finished cleaning and everything's looking lovely, the last thing you want is a vacuum that's tricky to empty. The CycloneV10 Animal's 'point and shoot' emptying feature conveniently directs the dirt and debris into the bin, so you won't need to touch the contents at all.

Please note: Stated runtime applies in suction mode 1 with a non-motorized tool attached.

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I couldn’t cope without this, with my hairy ass giant moulting child! 39788448-hyf0M.jpg
350 quid for a hoover, knock yourselves out.
tommie1shunt29/01/2020 15:18

350 quid for a hoover, knock yourselves out.


Maybe you're just too young to have the same priorities. 10 years ago I'd have agreed, but now I'm perfectly happy to pay £350 for a vacuum cleaner (I just have), but think it's madness spending £1,000 on a phone every couple of years.

When you've got young children and pets in the house, vacuuming a little bit every day works out much better than doing a really thorough vacuum every few days. And a cordless is so much easier for that - I just grab it off the wall mount and go straight at it.
I have the V11 absolute, and it is life changing. In a house fire I'd probably save that before any children.
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JL have this as well
I couldn’t cope without this, with my hairy ass giant moulting child! 39788448-hyf0M.jpg
Is this one better than the shark duo pet clean one as it’s £100 more ? 😬
kidsrule29/01/2020 12:51

Is this one better than the shark duo pet clean one as it’s £100 more ? &# …Is this one better than the shark duo pet clean one as it’s £100 more ? 😬


Yes.
350 quid for a hoover, knock yourselves out.
Dea33229/01/2020 11:25

I couldn’t cope without this, with my hairy ass giant moulting child! [ …I couldn’t cope without this, with my hairy ass giant moulting child! [Image]



omg What a Unit!
only one question, can anyone find a cheaper alternative, £350 is a bit steep for a hoover!
I was sceptical I've had a shark duo pet and a V6 this walks all over it and more. Worth the money 100 percent
I bought the total clean at £380 after being pestered by the missus.....il be honest...its amazing. The hard floor tool (not in the animal) is life changing on my hardfloor and tiles! Very impressed!
I bought this 18 months ago - fantastic vacuum cleaner. Lightweight, easy to pick up and put down, compact.

Battery allows vacuuming a two bedroom flat in one go on 'medium'.

Definitely recommend
Have the same one fantastic but need the hard floor attachment.Battery decent but the only negative is the price of the filters.
hackerace29/01/2020 16:39

only one question, can anyone find a cheaper alternative, £350 is a bit …only one question, can anyone find a cheaper alternative, £350 is a bit steep for a hoover!


The v6 is often available for £130

hotukdeals.com/deals/dyson-v6-12900-refurb-at-dyson-outlet-3359740

I've got the v6 and v10. V10 is certainly better, more suction, longer battery and much easier to empty.
Edited by: "Jonwillis" 29th Jan
sandman198629/01/2020 17:12

I bought the total clean at £380 after being pestered by the missus.....il …I bought the total clean at £380 after being pestered by the missus.....il be honest...its amazing. The hard floor tool (not in the animal) is life changing on my hardfloor and tiles! Very impressed!


Totally agree with you.Pleased with mine.
hackerace29/01/2020 16:39

only one question, can anyone find a cheaper alternative, £350 is a bit …only one question, can anyone find a cheaper alternative, £350 is a bit steep for a hoover!


Any decent corded hoover plus a vax/shark portable circa £100-£150.

High priced Dyson ones are more of a lifestyle hoover but if you are well off then their cost won't be an issue.
Dea33229/01/2020 11:25

I couldn’t cope without this, with my hairy ass giant moulting child! [ …I couldn’t cope without this, with my hairy ass giant moulting child! [Image]


Where does the throw end and the dog start??
tommie1shunt29/01/2020 15:18

350 quid for a hoover, knock yourselves out.


Well I've knocked one out to my v10 but I don't get out much
Jonwillis29/01/2020 17:18

The v6 is often available for …The v6 is often available for £130hotukdeals.com/deals/dyson-v6-12900-refurb-at-dyson-outlet-3359740I've got the v6 and v10. V10 is certainly better, more suction, longer battery and much easier to empty.


V8 is probably sweet spot in the range in terms of price/performance if you can find one circa £250-£280.
If it was between the V6 and V10, I’d defo try and find the extra cash as difference is like night and day.
£350 sounds a lot (and it is) but it’s something you use every day and is certainly worth spending more on to make life easier.
hackerace29/01/2020 16:39

only one question, can anyone find a cheaper alternative, £350 is a bit …only one question, can anyone find a cheaper alternative, £350 is a bit steep for a hoover!


I've not tried a cordless Dyson but I do have a vax blade 32v. Paid £160 and I've been really Impressed with it. Made our corded dyson redundant over night.
Dea33229/01/2020 11:25

I couldn’t cope without this, with my hairy ass giant moulting child! [ …I couldn’t cope without this, with my hairy ass giant moulting child! [Image]


The uncontrollable dribbling would also be worry
Edited by: "dealomatic" 29th Jan
gallopingbanker29/01/2020 17:30

V8 is probably sweet spot in the range in terms of price/performance if …V8 is probably sweet spot in the range in terms of price/performance if you can find one circa £250-£280.If it was between the V6 and V10, I’d defo try and find the extra cash as difference is like night and day.£350 sounds a lot (and it is) but it’s something you use every day and is certainly worth spending more on to make life easier.


Who has time to hoover everyday though
adm914729/01/2020 18:53

Who has time to hoover everyday though


Anyone who’s not a munter? Stop living in filth
Edited by: "randomnut" 29th Jan
randomnut29/01/2020 19:14

Anyone who’s not a munter? Stop living in filth


Haha, grow up
Terrible vacuum. Stick with corded if you want clean carpets
adm914729/01/2020 19:15

Haha, grow up


Says the person not mature enough to vacuum. Well done enjoy the filth
randomnut29/01/2020 19:19

Says the person not mature enough to vacuum. Well done enjoy the filth


Don’t fancy watching James Mcavoy tonight
We've had one of these for about a year and half. It's very convenient to use, but its not a total replacement for a vacuum cleaner. We still have a Henry which comes out for the deep cleans.

Our Dyson V10 is also starting to develop issues, exactly the same as our old DC35 started to towards the end of its warranty. Luckily this time we caught it in time so last week I contacted customer support and they have sent a brand new battery (£79) and a filter (£26) replacement. I'm lucky that I caught it in time.

When I was speaking to their customer service person, he even mentioned that their cordless vacuum cleaners still had a long way to go to match their corded ones.

I think if it's within your budget it's a great buy, just register your warranty.
gallopingbanker29/01/2020 17:30

V8 is probably sweet spot in the range in terms of price/performance if …V8 is probably sweet spot in the range in terms of price/performance if you can find one circa £250-£280.If it was between the V6 and V10, I’d defo try and find the extra cash as difference is like night and day.£350 sounds a lot (and it is) but it’s something you use every day and is certainly worth spending more on to make life easier.


What this guy said. Picked up a V8 for £250, the V10 isn’t worth another 100 on top of that tbh.
tommie1shunt29/01/2020 15:18

350 quid for a hoover, knock yourselves out.


Maybe you're just too young to have the same priorities. 10 years ago I'd have agreed, but now I'm perfectly happy to pay £350 for a vacuum cleaner (I just have), but think it's madness spending £1,000 on a phone every couple of years.

When you've got young children and pets in the house, vacuuming a little bit every day works out much better than doing a really thorough vacuum every few days. And a cordless is so much easier for that - I just grab it off the wall mount and go straight at it.
Simonlovell10029/01/2020 20:02

What this guy said. Picked up a V8 for £250, the V10 isn’t worth another 1 …What this guy said. Picked up a V8 for £250, the V10 isn’t worth another 100 on top of that tbh.


I just upgraded from the V8 to the V10. The differences between them are mostly minor. For me, the thing that swung it was the V10 has 3 power settings instead of 2.

The V8 would struggle to pick cat hair up from carpet when using the standard head on the lower power setting. I would mostly use the mini motorised tool instead as that picks it up more easily but it takes forever. Max power also worked but then battery life is really short.

The V10 has a middle power setting which picks up hair with a lot more ease yet it still runs for nearly half an hour.
Might have been tempted if it wasn't from Currys really bad experience with them just before Christmas wouldn't buy anything from them again
nitro22829/01/2020 19:18

Terrible vacuum. Stick with corded if you want clean carpets


Are you serious after i bought this a year ago my corded hoover has been outside in the shed, this is exceptional at carpet cleaning. I think your getting your models mixed up
adm914729/01/2020 18:53

Who has time to hoover everyday though


Lol...with a handheld you will probably find you actually use it a lot more but for less time.
Bhav12329/01/2020 19:51

We've had one of these for about a year and half. It's very convenient to …We've had one of these for about a year and half. It's very convenient to use, but its not a total replacement for a vacuum cleaner. We still have a Henry which comes out for the deep cleans.Our Dyson V10 is also starting to develop issues, exactly the same as our old DC35 started to towards the end of its warranty. Luckily this time we caught it in time so last week I contacted customer support and they have sent a brand new battery (£79) and a filter (£26) replacement. I'm lucky that I caught it in time. When I was speaking to their customer service person, he even mentioned that their cordless vacuum cleaners still had a long way to go to match their corded ones.I think if it's within your budget it's a great buy, just register your warranty.


Our Hetty has been in the shed a year now, the v10 is much better at cleaning carpets so why wood you use Henry for a deep clean, it dosnt have a brush head ?
I have the V11 absolute, and it is life changing. In a house fire I'd probably save that before any children.
Mac102938475629/01/2020 22:19

I have the V11 absolute, and it is life changing. In a house fire I'd …I have the V11 absolute, and it is life changing. In a house fire I'd probably save that before any children.


Did the V11 suck you brain along with any sense of your priorities?
hackerace29/01/2020 16:39

only one question, can anyone find a cheaper alternative, £350 is a bit …only one question, can anyone find a cheaper alternative, £350 is a bit steep for a hoover!


Agree expensive for a Hoover but about right for a Dyson.
s4vvy29/01/2020 23:34

Did the V11 suck you brain along with any sense of your priorities? …Did the V11 suck you brain along with any sense of your priorities?


To be fair, you haven't met his children, they could be a nightmare
This appears to beat the Shark on many aspects, however the fact that it has one attached battery for 50 minutes max (the Shark has 2 detachable batteries and can therefore go maybe twice as long), and the Shark offers a 7 year warranty over Dysons paltry 2 makes me reluctant to trial it. Anyone know how PC World is for returns?
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