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Dyson Allfloors Bagless Upright Vacuum Cleaner - Argos - was £259 now £189.99 + £50 Argos Voucher
Dyson Allfloors Bagless Upright Vacuum Cleaner - Argos - was £259 now £189.99 + £50 Argos Voucher

Dyson Allfloors Bagless Upright Vacuum Cleaner - Argos - was £259 now £189.99 + £50 Argos Voucher

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Dyson Allfloors Bagless Upright Vacuum Cleaner -

* 1400 watts.

* 280 air watts suction power.

* Root Cyclone; technology - no loss of suction.

* 2.7 litre dust capacity.

* Hygienic trigger bin emptying.

* With one touch you can empty the bin without touching the dirt.

* Clear bin; with bin full indicator.

* Approved for allergy sufferers by the British Allergy Foundation (BAF).

* Washable lifetime filter (every 3 - 6 months).

* Cord storage.

* Includes crevice tool, brush tool and stair tool.

* On-board tool storage.

* Brush control - for all floor types.

* Telescopic Reach; wand - quick release wand expands for instant high reach and easy stair cleaning.

* Stretch hose for staircase cleaning while the vacuum remains upright and stable.

* Large debris channel - wide channel for picking bigger pieces that others can leave behind.

* Lowered handle for easy carrying.

* Brush control - brushbar turns off to protect delicate rugs and hard floors.

* 9.3m power cord.

* Weight 8.26kg.

* Manufacturer's 5 year parts and labour guarantee.

7 Comments

Ive been waiting to see what some others think of this deal? The girlfriend was talking about it and i wasnt sure.

I reserved mine on Monday, picking mine up tonight. :thumbsup:

You could buy two Henrys for that and since a Henry is twice as good to start with it makes this look rather poor.

I've got a Dyson, it's not true that they don't lose suction, they do, but worse than they they are cheaply-made poorly-designed plasticky gimmicks that are awkward to use and unsightly to look at. Mine sits in the shed whilst I use my lovely Henry to clean the house.

I daresay if you live in a really clean house that doesn't really need cleaning then this will do the job but I've got five kids and it won't. It's a good deal if you must have one and this is the cheapest price you can find it at but it isn't a good deal when compared to a Henry.

I have just bought this from Argos, I think it is a great hoover, they couldn't get the voucher to work with this hoover so they just knocked the £50 off and I paid £139.

dai70;5940646

I have just bought this from Argos, I think it is a great hoover, they … I have just bought this from Argos, I think it is a great hoover, they couldn't get the voucher to work with this hoover so they just knocked the £50 off and I paid £139.



Wow.

Nice one.

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spionkop;5940454

You could buy two Henrys for that and since a Henry is twice as good to … You could buy two Henrys for that and since a Henry is twice as good to start with it makes this look rather poor.I've got a Dyson, it's not true that they don't lose suction, they do, but worse than they they are cheaply-made poorly-designed plasticky gimmicks that are awkward to use and unsightly to look at. Mine sits in the shed whilst I use my lovely Henry to clean the house.I daresay if you live in a really clean house that doesn't really need cleaning then this will do the job but I've got five kids and it won't. It's a good deal if you must have one and this is the cheapest price you can find it at but it isn't a good deal when compared to a Henry.



Forgetting build quality, with regards to the actual performance of the hoover, are there any independent tests online that prove your claim. I'm looking at replacing my ageing Dyson soon and am genuinely interested if there is proof beyond anecdotal information either way to help me decide.

And also out of stock from Dyson online!
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