Dyson Cinetic DC75 Big Ball Animal Vacuum - Refurbished - 2 Year Guarantee Official Dyson eBay store. Dyson Guarantee Included. £189.99
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Dyson Cinetic DC75 Big Ball Animal Vacuum - Refurbished - 2 Year Guarantee Official Dyson eBay store. Dyson Guarantee Included. £189.99

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Found 20th JanEdited by:"helenwalker889"
Dyson Cinetic DC75 Big Ball Animal Vacuum - Refurbished - 2 Year GuaranteeOfficial Dyson eBay store. Dyson Guarantee Included.

Bargin these are £520 new 😊
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Good deal, though RRP is £260, not 520,so if anyone's paid that...ooops. also 11kg imagine lugging that up the stairs. Voted hot for price
imak56 m ago

Good deal, though RRP is £260, not 520,so if anyone's paid that...ooops. …Good deal, though RRP is £260, not 520,so if anyone's paid that...ooops. also 11kg imagine lugging that up the stairs. Voted hot for price



That would be the RRP for a refurb. RRP for a new one of these is 520
They are not like new as they do not come with a 5 year warranty. Dyson do not have the confidence in these machines to provide such a warranty.
I got one of these a few years back, they work great until the filters in the wheel need changing. A job you can do yourself quite easily, however the filters are expensive... Or yousend it back to Dyson to do. I recently got a Shark NV800 and whilst the dust collector is small, i would recommend it over this. Quite often available for about the same price as this model and comes with a 5yr warranty. Performance of the shark is as good as, if not better than this.
Edited by: "danskis" 21st Jan
danskis1 h, 19 m ago

I got one of these a few years back, they work great until the filters in …I got one of these a few years back, they work great until the filters in the wheel need changing. A job you can do yourself quite easily, however the filters are expensive... Or yousend it back to Dyson to do. I recently got a Shark NV800 and whilst the dust collector is small, i would recommend it over this. Quite often available for about the same price as this model and comes with a 5yr warranty. Performance of the shark is as good as, if not better than this.


DC75 doesn't have filters.
laurenceharper12 m ago

DC75 doesn't have filters.


Yes it does, they just just mislead customers by advertising that they do not.i suggest you google it or search Youtube .

appliancespareswarehouse.co.uk/pos…wcB

Only need 2 of the above every time these non existent filters need changing @ a cost of £30 each. Its Dyson filterless vacuuming at its best.
Edited by: "danskis" 21st Jan
No idea why anyone would buy a Dyson product now that James Dyson has outed himself as a xenophobe.
danskis1 h, 52 m ago

Yes it does, they just just mislead customers by advertising that they do …Yes it does, they just just mislead customers by advertising that they do not.i suggest you google it or search Youtube .http://www.appliancespareswarehouse.co.uk/post-filter-service-assembly-dc75-966738-02.html?gclid=Cj0KCQiAkZHTBRCBARIsAMbXLhFXiz-HkiuoNseHibJnj2IObxkeA2lJRF_UA_6SBMsQ8hEamVxb6KIaAvBHEALw_wcBOnly need 2 of the above every time these non existent filters need changing @ a cost of £30 each. Its Dyson filterless vacuuming at its best.


Interesting that it has a pair of filters. I have one and been impressed by performance although being over 6ft I don't notice the weight.

Dyson site says there are no filters to wash and does not mention a change interval. Having had a DC07 for 14 years prior with a post motor filter without a change interval quoted I suspect this is similar.

Why did you need to change it ? The machine has only been released a couple of years AFAIK so if there is no change interval why do it ? Genuinely interested. I want to know if I need to change mine at some point.
danskis1 h, 56 m ago

Yes it does, they just just mislead customers by advertising that they do …Yes it does, they just just mislead customers by advertising that they do not.i suggest you google it or search Youtube .http://www.appliancespareswarehouse.co.uk/post-filter-service-assembly-dc75-966738-02.html?gclid=Cj0KCQiAkZHTBRCBARIsAMbXLhFXiz-HkiuoNseHibJnj2IObxkeA2lJRF_UA_6SBMsQ8hEamVxb6KIaAvBHEALw_wcBOnly need 2 of the above every time these non existent filters need changing @ a cost of £30 each. Its Dyson filterless vacuuming at its best.


The Dyson stated claim is no filters to maintain or replace. The filter you’re referring to is a particulate filter prior to the motor. It doesn’t get in between the airflow from sucking up the dirt on your carpet to depositing it in the bucket. It’s meant to stop air particulates getting into your motor. If you’re having to replace this filter then you’ve got a problem with the air quality in your house.
kDelta3 h, 36 m ago

No idea why anyone would buy a Dyson product now that James Dyson has …No idea why anyone would buy a Dyson product now that James Dyson has outed himself as a xenophobe.


Fake news alert.
A xenophobe would not manufacture in an overseas country. These are not made in the UK.

Is the UK xenophobic as it does have an open door immigration policy to the entire world? Thought not.
Controlled immigration is what Brexit is about, which should mean only highly skilled workers (paying higher taxes), even if it results in higher immigration levels. £100k salary earners welcome and not £20k workers.
I wouldn't touch Panasonic (sorry, Dyson) vacuum cleaners after seeing how poorly they are made
Great post just order one have 3 other Dysons in the house always good quality
Get a Shark Vacuum and you'll never look back.

Seriously. A far superior product and I've owned a few Dysons.
Anyone know of the equivalent shark product to the cordless dyson v6, v7, v8?

Thanks
I've used the vacuum several times and just beware it's quite a large and heavy product so not ideal for everyone. Also the Dyson lightball performs better in my opinion. Look at the energy labels for these products to see how they rated for dust filtration/carpet and hard floor suction. The DC75 isn't great.
Mine has been delivered this morning. Its fantastic like a brand new hoover, the power is amazing. 😊
helenwalker8891 h, 4 m ago

Mine has been delivered this morning. Its fantastic like a brand new …Mine has been delivered this morning. Its fantastic like a brand new hoover, the power is amazing. 😊



How can Dyson be a Hoover? A Hoover is a brand name.
Seriously? The next you will say is the eight letter of the alphabet is "haitch" as opposed to "aitch".
Common.Sense7 m ago

How can Dyson be a Hoover? A Hoover is a brand name.Seriously? The next …How can Dyson be a Hoover? A Hoover is a brand name.Seriously? The next you will say is the eight letter of the alphabet is "haitch" as opposed to "aitch".


It happens with a lot of things. Not accurate but also not a big deal.
Common.Sense1 h, 4 m ago

How can Dyson be a Hoover? A Hoover is a brand name.Seriously? The next …How can Dyson be a Hoover? A Hoover is a brand name.Seriously? The next you will say is the eight letter of the alphabet is "haitch" as opposed to "aitch".



So you've never said Sellotape when referring to sticky tape then? Or Coke when you mean cola? Doubt it.
sbr401 h, 2 m ago

So you've never said Sellotape when referring to sticky tape then? Or Coke …So you've never said Sellotape when referring to sticky tape then? Or Coke when you mean cola? Doubt it.



No, never. I never even buy Sellotape as I find it very expensive. I buy sticky tape. "Coke" when applied to is fizzy drinks is Coca Cola, and not Pepsi Cola or other forms of Cola. It is common sense!

I do not say "haitch" either or, "Not at the minute". I say, "Not at the moment".
Sorry to disappoint you.
Common.Sense22nd Jan

No, never. I never even buy Sellotape as I find it very expensive. I buy …No, never. I never even buy Sellotape as I find it very expensive. I buy sticky tape. "Coke" when applied to is fizzy drinks is Coca Cola, and not Pepsi Cola or other forms of Cola. It is common sense!I do not say "haitch" either or, "Not at the minute". I say, "Not at the moment". Sorry to disappoint you.


or Biro instead of ball point pen?

I prefer Henry hoover to any Dyson I have used. Just my two cents.
This vacuum is quite large and heavy so it's not for everyone.

Also if you check the energy label the ratings aren't as good as one would expect for such a large vacuum
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Edited by: "MCYounes" 23rd Jan
£520 list for a vacuum is complete madness and Dyson is not all that good either.
mmurdoch8 m ago

£520 list for a vacuum is complete madness and Dyson is not all that good …£520 list for a vacuum is complete madness and Dyson is not all that good either.


You'll be amazed what people are willing to pay.

I paid £169.99 for a DC40 about 2 years ago

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Just wanted to point out that 11kg is the boxed weight, the vacuum itself actually weighs 8.7kg......

great at price though heat added
L00pyl0u1714 m ago

Just wanted to point out that 11kg is the boxed weight, the vacuum itself …Just wanted to point out that 11kg is the boxed weight, the vacuum itself actually weighs 8.7kg......great at price though heat added


Yes I know I'm just saying that it's heavy and large.

I've used one multiple times and I'm fit and strong but I can see people struggling with the sheer size and weight of this.

The new models have an improved brush head as the DC75 and the one I own eventually gets blocked and loses its effectiveness.

New brush head on Dyson lightball below much better design

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Edited by: "MCYounes" 23rd Jan
I've got an old DC14 I was thinking of replacing, but curious about the actual suction power of these new models, given the EA directives etc...from looking online it sounds like this is half the suction of my current model?
Gosh but I wish they properly cleaned the refurbs. Mine had somebody else's dust still in the works... how much extra effort would it be to put a damp cloth over it ?
Common.Sense22nd Jan

How can Dyson be a Hoover? A Hoover is a brand name.Seriously? The next …How can Dyson be a Hoover? A Hoover is a brand name.Seriously? The next you will say is the eight letter of the alphabet is "haitch" as opposed to "aitch".


It is a completely acceptable genericized trademark in British English now.

Only an absolute weirdo would say "I'm going to put the vacuum clearner over".

dictionary.com/bro…ver

Seriously, get over yourself.
RoryJoe6 m ago

It is a completely acceptable genericized trademark in British English …It is a completely acceptable genericized trademark in British English now.Only an absolute weirdo would say "I'm going to put the vacuum clearner over".http://www.dictionary.com/browse/hooverSeriously, get over yourself.



An absolute fool would say "Henry Hoover" or "Dyson Hoover"
I always say "vacuum cleaner". I cannot refer to my Panasonic vacuum cleaner as a "Hoover".
I think it is just the British are poorly educated and cannot accept when the are wrong, correct their errors and move on.

I bet you call a photocopy a, "Xerox" and say "haitch" instead of "aitch".
Educate yourself.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 23rd Jan
I bought the refurbished DC75 from Dyson. It arrived next day and it is worth every penny. Amazing bit of kit and despite its size, it is perfect...
Don't bother:
avid.fan3 h, 41 m ago

I've got an old DC14 I was thinking of replacing, but curious about the …I've got an old DC14 I was thinking of replacing, but curious about the actual suction power of these new models, given the EA directives etc...from looking online it sounds like this is half the suction of my current model?



I recently bought a new "compliant" vacuum from Vax and the suction is tremendous, I haven't had any problems picking up anything so far. Power is rated 820w. Compares very well to a DC07 of about 1400w while being much quieter, lighter and more compact. I noticed a lot of very fine powdery dust collected on the first use.

Initially I was skeptical like you, but I think that these new rules just mean the manufacturers have to think more carefully about the design of the machines, to make best use of the power. Previously they probably just thought lets whack in a big motor and that'll do.
avid.fan15 h, 10 m ago

I've got an old DC14 I was thinking of replacing, but curious about the …I've got an old DC14 I was thinking of replacing, but curious about the actual suction power of these new models, given the EA directives etc...from looking online it sounds like this is half the suction of my current model?


I think I read in the Which magazine that these are old stock being sold off, great if you can still get them, and they're not EU compliant like the newer models need to be. It may be something to do with the noise they make.
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