Dyson AM07 - £263.98 at Costco
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Dyson AM07 - £263.98 at Costco

£263.98costco Deals
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Found 11th Jun 2015
Just picked one up - best price I could find!

27 Comments

Original Poster

This is including VAT by the way - it's £219.99 ex VAT

Hot air

Any good?

Original Poster

£320 everywhere else! This is an awesome fan, near silent and has nowhere for dust to get stuck or blades to catch little fingers!

Original Poster

Very powerful too and has a magnetic remote which sticks to the top of the unit when not in use. Very impressive piece of kit!

This sucks
Expensive..!!!!!!

verysleepy

This sucksExpensive..!!!!!!



No, it blows.

verysleepy

This sucksExpensive..!!!!!!



You say "This sucks".Is it because it is
expensive as you say, or do you have
another reason?

toonarmani

No, it blows.



Does both, just depends which side you stand on.

Banned

vickyindelhi

Hot air


your excused.

I like these apart from them being 200 quid over priced...

peasedownfolk

This is including VAT by the way - it's £219.99 ex VAT



peasedownfolk

£320 everywhere else! This is an awesome fan, near silent and has nowhere … £320 everywhere else! This is an awesome fan, near silent and has nowhere for dust to get stuck or blades to catch little fingers!



peasedownfolk

Very powerful too and has a magnetic remote which sticks to the top of … Very powerful too and has a magnetic remote which sticks to the top of the unit when not in use. Very impressive piece of kit!



Woah woah woah, looks like we've got a Dyson fanboy on our hands here.

Complete waste of money.Cold.

Dunno how people can spend that much on a fan no matter how good it might be

monitor1

Complete waste of money.Cold.


Doesn't matter, if it's a good price then Hot!

Original Poster

Lol - I'm just trying to explain the benefits of it compared to an Argos value £9.99 fan. It may be expensive (and I don't expect this to be everyone's cup of tea), but it is in fact a good deal, and that's what this site is about isn't it? This isn't CheapUKnoThrills its hotukdeals!

Not a fan of the price.


peasedownfolk

Lol - I'm just trying to explain the benefits of it compared to an Argos … Lol - I'm just trying to explain the benefits of it compared to an Argos value £9.99 fan.



How about balloons can be blown through it.

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Can't see any other advantage over a standard fan.

peasedownfolk

£320 everywhere else! This is an awesome fan, near silent and has nowhere … £320 everywhere else! This is an awesome fan, near silent and has nowhere for dust to get stuck or blades to catch little fingers!



It does have blades, they're just in the base. Albeit probably harder to catch fingers in. £25 ceiling fan from Argos is hard to catch your fingers in too though. On that basis, voted cold.

my 10 £ fan does the same thing . how can you justify 250 extra !!

I got one of these on ebuyer for about the same price (and got Quidco tracked). The reason is it is much quieter and doesn't creak or make noise as it moves from side to side so less disturbance when sleeping.

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bishaldhakal

my 10 £ fan does the same thing . how can you justify 250 extra !!

it cools a room down in about 7 seconds, is very quiet and very powerful. Are you sure it's the same thing?

benrussell

Comment it cools a room down in about 7 seconds, is very quiet and very … Comment it cools a room down in about 7 seconds, is very quiet and very powerful. Are you sure it's the same thing?



About £40 quid should get you a quiet fan with bags of puff on it's max setting. I only use my desk fan on full when I'm using it to defrost the freezer, or if it is sweltering hot.

£263.98 would buy you an air conditioner that would genuinely cool the room down. Fans will just circulate the air and heat it slightly from the wattage used by the motor, unless you sit them in front of an open window, assuming the air temp outside is actually lower.

melted

About £40 quid should get you a quiet fan with bags of puff on it's max … About £40 quid should get you a quiet fan with bags of puff on it's max setting. I only use my desk fan on full when I'm using it to defrost the freezer, or if it is sweltering hot.£263.98 would buy you an air conditioner that would genuinely cool the room down. Fans will just circulate the air and heat it slightly from the wattage used by the motor, unless you sit them in front of an open window, assuming the air temp outside is actually lower.



Please tell me where I can get an air conditioner installed for £263.98? I looked into air conditioning and was quoted a minimum of £1500!

smartdave

Please tell me where I can get an air conditioner installed for £263.98? … Please tell me where I can get an air conditioner installed for £263.98? I looked into air conditioning and was quoted a minimum of £1500!



I was thinking of portable air conditioners at that price, where you hang the cooling unit out a window or the sort that use a 4" vent duct which are even cheaper.

But you can get easy fit split air conditioners around £400, which come pre-gassed with quick connectors so you drill a hole through the wall and install them yourself...

debenhamsplus.com/DE_…asp?refsource=DEadwords&crtag=DE&gclid=CJXdz-KLpsYCFSrpwgodLIQAGQ

Edit: ^ looking at the details, that one isn't a proper easy fit one as it requires a pro with a vacuum pump, I've seen cheap ones that are DIY install though.
Edited by: "melted" 23rd Jun 2015

Anyone know if this price is still current?

melted

I was thinking of portable air conditioners at that price, where you hang … I was thinking of portable air conditioners at that price, where you hang the cooling unit out a window or the sort that use a 4" vent duct which are even cheaper.But you can get easy fit split air conditioners around £400, which come pre-gassed with quick connectors so you drill a hole through the wall and install them yourself...http://www.debenhamsplus.com/DE_ElectrIQ_AirCon_Commercial_Air_Conditioners_40038748/version.asp?refsource=DEadwords&crtag=DE&gclid=CJXdz-KLpsYCFSrpwgodLIQAGQEdit: ^ looking at the details, that one isn't a proper easy fit one as it requires a pro with a vacuum pump, I've seen cheap ones that are DIY install though.



I have a portable air con unit too. Works well with the Dyason fan pushing the cold air around.
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