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Dyson Cinetic Big Ball Animal £349.99 from Dyson.co.uk Direct (5 Year Guarantee + Free Next Day Delivery)
Dyson Cinetic Big Ball Animal £349.99 from Dyson.co.uk Direct (5 Year Guarantee + Free Next Day Delivery)

Dyson Cinetic Big Ball Animal £349.99 from Dyson.co.uk Direct (5 Year Guarantee + Free Next Day Delivery)

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Needs no introduction really, an excellent price for a very good (if expensive) vacuum.

RRP was £449.99 - £499.99 so quite a saving.

1.5% Quidco / 1.57% TopCashBack as well.

5 Year Guarantee + Free Next Day Delivery

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Get a Miele and get fit whilst your hoovering too

Original Poster

pennyfarthing88

Get a Miele and get fit whilst your hoovering too



Miele vacuums are nice, just never owned one so like many I have no frame of reference on how they are to live with. I don't expect this deal to get hot but thought someone might appreciate a heads up regardless.

I've owned a Dyson which is still going strong after 6 years and the one time I've used their CS it was a pleasure I have to say.

Do Miele do a bagless upright?

Speedsurfer

Miele vacuums are nice, just never owned one so like many I have no frame … Miele vacuums are nice, just never owned one so like many I have no frame of reference on how they are to live with. I don't expect this deal to get hot but thought someone might appreciate a heads up regardless.I've owned a Dyson which is still going strong after 6 years and the one time I've used their CS it was a pleasure I have to say.Do Miele do a bagless upright?



I've had both Dyson & now Miele and the latter Miele knocks spots off Dyson in every way except they are heavy - or at least the upright one we have is' hence get fit whilst your hoovering.

The build quality on a Miele vs it's very plasticky overpriced competitor Dyson is second to none and the performance is better too - my opinion.

Miele don't do bagless as far as I know but as I say I've had both and prefer a Miele with bags that cleans brilliantly and keeps all the muck in a bag - as opposed to a Dyson that cleans well but with a messy 'bag less' system that spreads as much dust as it takes in - or at least ours used too.

Just my opinion OP' there's a few Dyson lovers on here who'll say different as will the Miele fans.

I suppose it's all down to personal preference

Original Poster

pennyfarthing88

I've had both Dyson & now Miele and the latter Miele knocks spots off … I've had both Dyson & now Miele and the latter Miele knocks spots off Dyson in every way except they are heavy - or at least the upright one we have is' hence get fit whilst your hoovering. The build quality on a Miele vs it's very plasticky overpriced competitor Dyson is second to none and the performance is better too - my opinion.Miele don't do bagless as far as I know but as I say I've had both and prefer a Miele with bags that cleans brilliantly and keeps all the muck in a bag - as opposed to a Dyson that cleans well but with a messy 'bag less' system that spreads as much dust as it takes in - or at least ours used too. Just my opinion OP' there's a few Dyson lovers on here who'll say different as will the Miele fans. I suppose it's all down to personal preference



Yeah it is mostly down to personal preference. I do like the idea of a filterless bagless vacuum though so been keeping an eye on the price of the Dyson Cinetic Big Ball Animal. The fact it has no filters to clean (which our current one has a few of and they are always a pain) is the biggest selling point imho.

Like you say "the cloud" as I think it is known is the biggest flaw with these bagless vacuums, we empty ours outside into the wheelie bin to avoid spreading it about but this isn't always an option for others. That being said I'm not sure I could go back to paying for bags, I'd imagine the genuine Miele ones are quite expensive but I guess there are a few OEM versions about that brings down the cost.

Yeah the older Dysons are very heavy, you certainly work up a bit of a sweat when doing the whole house top to bottom that's for sure! lol

I have to say the biggest thing that puts me off a Miele is the 2 year guarantee, for all the talk of it being "German Engineering" you'd think they'd back it up with a longer free warranty, rather than the current pay £50 for 10 years system they have at the moment.

I got mine direct from Dyson for £309 on Tuesday was phoneing up to get one collected asI found it cheeper on line after I had ordered it, was told while I was on the phone the price had just dropped so ripped thier arm off and ordered there and then while on the phone I arranged for the same model to be collected at the same time as the new one was being delivered....lol also comes with free next day delivery and free tool attachments

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dabone

I got mine direct from Dyson for £309 on Tuesday was phoneing up to get … I got mine direct from Dyson for £309 on Tuesday was phoneing up to get one collected asI found it cheeper on line after I had ordered it, was told while I was on the phone the price had just dropped so ripped thier arm off and ordered there and then while on the phone I arranged for the same model to be collected at the same time as the new one was being delivered....lol also comes with free next day delivery and free tool attachments



Could they not of just refunded you the difference?

Also do you have a link to the £309 price?
Edited by: "Speedsurfer" 22nd Sep 2016

Original Poster

For anyone who is interested, you can get a discount (which dabone mentions) if you are an previous Dyson customer. Which brings the price down on this to £309.99. You have to phone up to get the discount, number I was given by Live Chat is 0800 298 0298.
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