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Posted 5 July 2023

Dyson Ball Animal Origin Upright Corded Vacuum Cleaner £230 @ Argos

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Now £230 with free click and collect - you may be able to get it for £225 using the £5 marketing signup code.

Dyson Ball Animal Origin cleans carpets better than any other upright de-tangling vacuum. The powerful Motorbar cleaner head cleans deep into carpets and seals in suction on hard floors. Dyson's latest de-tangling technology cleans long hair and pet hair wherever it gets. Cleans all floor types. The Motorbar cleaner head contains stiff, dense nylon bristles which agitate and remove stubborn dust, ground-in dirt and hair from carpets and rugs. Black anti-static carbon fibre filaments extract dust and seal in suction on hard floors.

Versatile cleaning for your whole home
- Powerfully picks up across all floor types and effortlessly reaches difficult dirt.

Telescopic handle - 360-degree cleaning. Telescopic handle rotates in three directions for easy cleaning up high and down low – engineered for less strain.

Long cord and hose length stretches a total of 14m - 14 meters of combined handle, cord and hose length to clean further and higher around your home. Washable filter to maintain suction. Dyson washable filters capture microscopic particles.

Combination tool. 2-in-1 - brush and wide nozzle. For simple switching between tasks and flexible cleaning of hard-to-reach areas.

Vacuum cleaner features:
  • Suitable for all surfaces.
  • Weight 7.3kg.
  • Size H106.5, W28, D39cm.
  • Multi cyclonic technology.
  • Antibacterial.
  • Motorised floor head.
  • Adjustable floorhead.
  • Includes mattress nozzle, crevice nozzle, dusting brush, .
  • Length of hose 4.4m.
  • Hose stretches up to 4.4m.
  • Telescopic extension tubes.
  • Capacity of dustbin 1.8 litres.
  • 1.02m power cord.

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  1. megastream's avatar
    Corded vacuum cleaning over battery anytime for house cleaning.

    I have a battery v10 model used solely for the caravan
  2. whd's avatar
    If anyone is thinking if he should get shark or dyson(corded) Here is my small comparison. A little background first
    As i'm not from UK i was quite surprised with vacuums choices here. Mostly upright standing, while in my country most vacuums are like miele or bosch, little cubes with tires, a lot of cordless options(what is weird considering majority houses here have a lot of carpets).
    When i first came i bought something that is almost the same as ball animal - dyson dc 40 and i paid like 50 quids for refurbished model for some guy on facebook. And it is still working after 3 years. But it started to make some weird noises.
    So i bought a shark from another offer - strators pet pro ani hair wrap plus anti odour.
    Starting with anti odour - it smells like a cheap collogne i guess i will just remove it from my vacuum because i can't stand this smell. This is biased because i try to buy all household chemicals without any fragrance so i'm no longer used to them.
    Shark main brush element is narrower than one in dyson i see this as a disadvantage, because this makes vacuuming process longer
    Shark hose is not so much extandable compared to dyson
    Shark weight less but is bigger
    here are some pluses
    Shark have settings in the wand so you can switch from carpet to hardflor using one button, it also has power on/off in the wand so it is nice
    With shark you can detatch the main part and somehow this make it possible to get under the furniture or to the high spots but because hose is less extandable compared to dyson this is not the easiest
    It looks like shark has less filters to be cleaned not sure if this is a plus or minus: for dyson there is like 30 minutes long youtube video how to clean your device - if your dyson looks like it is choking and working not so efficient as it was before you should try cleaning it.
    I paid 240 quids for shark after rabate, this one is 230 now. If i could i would return shark and went with dyson i think it is better thought out has more accessories options and based on my current experience it will last very long.
  3. Kartnet's avatar
    Do Dyson still make cylinder vacuum cleaners?
    ripkord's avatar
    Nah you’d want a Miele for that anyway
  4. marvelousmarv's avatar
    Is this a good deal? How does it compare to my battery Dyson v10 animal.
    raptor9's avatar
    I’ve also got the v10 and I love it but for me the battery just doesn’t last long enough so I wanted a corded one so I’ve bought this. I originally had a very similar one and it cost £199 about 2 years ago now. So I thought this was a good price
  5. TristanDeCoonha's avatar
    2% airtime rewards.
    6% cardyard
  6. rrr99gp's avatar
    Here i'm still using my DC04 with the pre-school multi colour toy look.
    avfc456's avatar
    I've still got one of those, the tube attachment needs replacing but its built like a tank
  7. ripkord's avatar
    I’ve had mine for years and have 2 cats so gets a fair workout. The amount of stuff it picks up is quite frankly vile lol.

    Is it ethical to shave cats? Asking for a friend.
  8. Skyler85's avatar
    Ordered. Thankyou
  9. jd121's avatar
    Just signed up to complete savings and they do 20 percent off argos vouchers. Could be a decent saving
  10. sharq's avatar
    I have one of these Dyson upright vac's. It's been going strong for 3 years now.
    It's a bit of a work out pushing it around and that last picture, in OP, is misleading. That extension tube is solid. It's difficult to fully extend it out without dragging the vac with you or it toppling over, which can be annoying.
    It's still decent though, mine came with all the bells and whistles, and bagless is the way forward IMO.
  11. pokemon2's avatar
    this is cheap lol this is like shark early price, now that dyson lost the uk market, the price plummet.. it is a good vac
  12. blumminhot's avatar
    I had a Dyson DC11. It was OK when new but after a while it needed the filters cleaning constantly to get any suction out of it. I got a Shark cylinder about a year ago and it blows the Dyson out the water. It's a joy to use and build quality is great. No going back for me.
  13. TurkishGB's avatar
    I would just get a refurbished one from Facebook Marketplace. I got a DC75 animal big ball vacuum for £80 and it works as new. Most powerful vacuum I've ever used.
    Plates's avatar
    Can these be trusted? They sound too cheap to be genuine but if they are I’d happily get one from marketplace.
  14. AbidPatel's avatar
    I had the original Dyson DC40 Animal which I bought back in the Christmas sales in 2016 for £198 from Argos. It was a workhorse and lasted me nearly 7 years. It literally failed last week, so this is a timely purchase!

    I decided to buy it from Dyson direct at the same price with (a whopping!) 0.75% Quidco.
  15. CyptoHippy's avatar
    I thought Dyson stopped making corded vacuums and it was battery only?
  16. Justsuperman's avatar
    This is the new animal ball 3. really good vacuum
  17. james.grainger's avatar
    My last few Dysons have been gash
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