Dyson Ball Upright Vacuum Cleaners (DC41 & DC55) 249.99 @ Dyson
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Dyson Ball Upright Vacuum Cleaners (DC41 & DC55) 249.99 @ Dyson

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Dyson Ball Animal Upright Vacuum Cleaner (DC41) - Dyson
Engineered for homes with pets, with powerful cleaning across carpets and hard floors.

Dyson Ball Total Clean Upright Vacuum Cleaner (DC55) - Dyson
Powerful cleaning across carpets and hard floors, with all tools for whole-home cleaning.

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Had a 2 year old Dyson, bought a Shark on Black Friday, Dyson now lives in the loft. Older models were fantastic, but they are now living off their brand name. I would never buy another. Buy a Shark, you won't regret it.

Teezer36 m ago

Had a 2 year old Dyson, bought a Shark on Black Friday, Dyson now lives in …Had a 2 year old Dyson, bought a Shark on Black Friday, Dyson now lives in the loft. Older models were fantastic, but they are now living off their brand name. I would never buy another. Buy a Shark, you won't regret it.


My 12yo Dyson is still going but rather noisy now, I bought a Shark last week too, certainly better than the new Dysons. Shame - the old Dyson's were very good, but the newer models are simply awful.

I bought a shark nv680ukt and it's a load of garbage. Hardly any suction power and kept on falling over. I ended up returning it.

What shark models do you guys have?

Bargainz9991 h, 8 m ago

I bought a shark nv680ukt and it's a load of garbage. Hardly any suction …I bought a shark nv680ukt and it's a load of garbage. Hardly any suction power and kept on falling over. I ended up returning it.What shark models do you guys have?



NV340UKT Pet - 130 quid in an Amazon offer last week, Couldn't believe it for the price, although of course others were selling it for £250. It drags me along and lifts the rugs it is so powerful, much quieter than my old Dyson DC14 (of course it is old and not what it was) and I was more than pleasantly pleased for the price. Instantly aware of the tendency to fall over when the hose is very stretched, so just requires a different technique when using it. I could fill the garden with the amount of what appears to be SOIL that had been left in the carpets! No complaints at all so far, which is a wonder for me!

So now, with that and my Dyson DC34 handheld (also bought cheap a while back in an offer from here [now with longer tube too]) I have all bases covered: a little spill get the handheld treatment and anything more gets the Shark out. The Dyson is relegated to an upstairs cupboard, it still works so haven't thrown it out, it might get used if it is needed for a small job upstairs and I don't want to bring the Shark up. (I am disabled and ANY vacuuming is very difficult for me, and I don't do the routine vacuuming now anyway, but necessity: a Tree preservation order in next door's garden means a massive amount of pine needles tread in, and dog hair means I still do a fair bit more than most would do.)

The Dyson has been fantastic in it's day but a couple of the new models left me stone cold when I saw them in use, and the reviews are terrible - so bad I was toying with the idea of getting the old Dyson "refurbished" something that I would normally not even think about.

Bargainz9999 h, 43 m ago

I bought a shark nv680ukt and it's a load of garbage. Hardly any suction …I bought a shark nv680ukt and it's a load of garbage. Hardly any suction power and kept on falling over. I ended up returning it.What shark models do you guys have?


Same model as Bargainz999, bought for £130 on Black Friday Amazing machine. I went over my carpets with my Dyson right before I used the Shark for the first time, omg, I couldn't believe the amount of dust that the Shark lifted that my Dyson had missed. My carpets are 3 years old, vac'd with the Dyson every day and you could stuff a pillow with the dust that it missed, hence why the Dyson, which is 2 years old, is now in the loft. 5 year warranty with the Shark too, fabulous.
Edited by: "Teezer" 4th Dec

HOT. It’s a Dyson.

Got a Shark (£89 from Argos) about a year ago. Fantastic machine, best vacuum ever and very versatile (takes apart for stairs, car, etc.). Hope it provides a bit of a wake-up call to the arrogant Sir James Dyson.

New brooms etc.
Some older dysons can be brought back to life with a new motor from eBay (£15).
Fitting is easy. Lots of how-to videos on YouTube.

I'm sorry guys, but I don't know what suction power you guys are referring to, but there was little power to the shark I had.

BadCredit6th Dec

New brooms etc.Some older dysons can be brought back to life with a new …New brooms etc.Some older dysons can be brought back to life with a new motor from eBay (£15).Fitting is easy. Lots of how-to videos on YouTube.


Your a star buddy!

Both the upright DC27 and the cordless V6 had lost suction and were out of warranty. A local repairman said he'd fix them both for £300!

After reading your post, I looked at some youtube videos and couldn't believe how easy it is to fix most issues on a dyson.

On the DC27, turns out the pre-motor filter was blocked. Unfortunately it's non-washable, so I've ordered a new one for £15 directly from dyson.

On the cordless V6, the root cyclones were blocked. After clearing these, it's like a new machine again.

Really appreciate your help.
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