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We all try our best to keep our homes nice and tidy. Vacuuming the house is apart of our everyday tasks so the vacuum cleaner should be stored somewhere which is easily accessible. The Mason & White Cordless Vacuum Stand is a clever cleaning accessory you never knew you needed providing you with smart vacuum storage. Suitable for all different types of cordless and handheld vacuum cleaners, this saves you from leaving your vacuum cleaner leaning against a wall or laid on the floor! When using this stand there’s no drilling into walls, you just simply place your new stand wherever! Three additional shelves and a basket on the back will give you extra storage for other accessories.

MOVE AROUND

This incredible docking station for your vacuum does not need to be drilled into a wall unlike other holders so you can move the vacuum stand around the house if and when you please which is made easier by the carry handle. The weight of this stand, 4.48kg, ensures it’s stability so you don’t have to worry about the stand falling over. Charge your vacuum cleaner on a solid and convenient stand which can be moved around when you wish.

Dyson Vx or Other Brands?

This stand will fit Dyson products from V6 to V7, V8, V10, and V11. It will also be able to store and fit Dreame Cordless Vacuum Cleaner V9P, Tineco Pure Vacuum, and the Bosch Serie 8 Cordless Vacuum.

It will not support the Vax Air Blade Max 2 and Shark Cordless Vacuum as they do not have a docking station.

EASY CLEAN & INSTALLATION

The instructions to assemble the Vacuum Stand are simple to follow as an easy-to-read manual is provided with the holder. This stylish vacuum stand will be up in no time at all.

Specification:

Size:125cm x 22cm x 29cm
Weight: 4.48kg.
MateriaI: Grey powder-coated metal
In the Box: x1 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner Storage Stand, x1 Manual
2 Year Warranty

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My usual images so folk can see how it looks
Edited by: "99pinkyandthebrain99" 18th Feb
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p100118/02/2022 09:58

Had a quick look on eBay before listing this one... Going for around £25 …Had a quick look on eBay before listing this one... Going for around £25 atm (might be that I missed a cheaper option :))


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gregskellorn18/02/2022 09:12

I can't imagine why anybody would want this instead of just using a wall...


If you're renting you may not necessarily be allowed to drill into the walls
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We've had one of these for a while. (Paid more for it.) A bit industrial looking but a good solution for storing the cleaner and all of the attachments. Glad we got ours.
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    We've had one of these for a while. (Paid more for it.) A bit industrial looking but a good solution for storing the cleaner and all of the attachments. Glad we got ours.
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    I can't imagine why anybody would want this instead of just using a wall...
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    gregskellorn18/02/2022 09:12

    I can't imagine why anybody would want this instead of just using a wall...


    If you're renting you may not necessarily be allowed to drill into the walls
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    My usual images so folk can see how it looks
    Edited by: "99pinkyandthebrain99" 18th Feb
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    gregskellorn18/02/2022 09:12

    I can't imagine why anybody would want this instead of just using a wall...


    Some people may be in rented accommodation and not allowed / want to mount to a wall

    Hopeso18/02/2022 09:10

    We've had one of these for a while. (Paid more for it.) A bit industrial …We've had one of these for a while. (Paid more for it.) A bit industrial looking but a good solution for storing the cleaner and all of the attachments. Glad we got ours.


    Had ours for about 18 months and works really well
    Edited by: "p1001" 18th Feb
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    How to make your Dyson look pants in one easy step 😜
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    Works for dyson v7 cordless animal?
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    rwukuk18/02/2022 09:24

    Works for dyson v7 cordless animal?


    Yep... That's what we have
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    We have this an it’s really good. Very strong and sturdy. We personally don’t want it attached to the wall, so it’s perfect.
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    I rented and had one on the wall. Just needed a bit of filler and paint when we left. Didn't realise some landlords banned fitting anything to a wall
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    I paid a lot less for mine. Think you can get it cheaper from other sellers on eBay and if you have the £10 promo then even better. I do like it so happy I bought it
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    Taka_nai18/02/2022 09:53

    I paid a lot less for mine. Think you can get it cheaper from other …I paid a lot less for mine. Think you can get it cheaper from other sellers on eBay and if you have the £10 promo then even better. I do like it so happy I bought it


    Had a quick look on eBay before listing this one... Going for around £25 atm (might be that I missed a cheaper option :))
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    Thanks OP ordered
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    p100118/02/2022 09:58

    Had a quick look on eBay before listing this one... Going for around £25 …Had a quick look on eBay before listing this one... Going for around £25 atm (might be that I missed a cheaper option :))


    46928202-GxbtZ.jpg
    ebay.co.uk/itm…021

    Hope this helps
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    Taka_nai18/02/2022 10:00

    [Image] …[Image] https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/325043015681?_trkparms=amclksrc%3DITM%26aid%3D1110006%26algo%3DHOMESPLICE.SIM%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20191002094254%26meid%3D8608a1f5418e4d9d8ae948e123db5595%26pid%3D100892%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D6%26sd%3D114956880312%26itm%3D325043015681%26pmt%3D0%26noa%3D1%26pg%3D2332490%26algv%3DDefaultOrganicWeb&_trksid=p2332490.c100892.m3021Hope this helps


    nice one... especially with the £10 voucher you have
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    gregskellorn18/02/2022 09:12

    I can't imagine why anybody would want this instead of just using a wall...


    I don’t have a socket where it needs to go in the utility yet. It’s a Taylor wimpey house with concrete floors so to run a new socket I either have to empty the room upstairs to lift the carpet and cut a hatch in the floor, or cut through the plasterboard in the ceiling of the utility so locate the cables. Both options gonna take time. So at the moment it’s in the kitchen table area temporarily and this suits rather than disturbing the freshly painted wall and can be easily removed when guests are in. Who wants to eat next to a vacuum.
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    p100118/02/2022 10:04

    nice one... especially with the £10 voucher you have


    I know that offer is for selected accounts but might help someone. Roov have reinstated their points scheme so some may benefit from that. I have a £2.50 voucher to redeem still.(y)
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    Ordered..
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    FN198318/02/2022 10:10

    I don’t have a socket where it needs to go in the utility yet. It’s a Tay …I don’t have a socket where it needs to go in the utility yet. It’s a Taylor wimpey house with concrete floors so to run a new socket I either have to empty the room upstairs to lift the carpet and cut a hatch in the floor, or cut through the plasterboard in the ceiling of the utility so locate the cables. Both options gonna take time. So at the moment it’s in the kitchen table area temporarily and this suits rather than disturbing the freshly painted wall and can be easily removed when guests are in. Who wants to eat next to a vacuum.


    This might be a daft question, but couldn't it just temporarily go where there is a socket in the utility?

    This is one of the ugliest things I've ever seen... I'd imagine it's also not the most stable of things, I certainly wouldn't fancy having kids near it with a top heavy Dyson hanging off it... I'd love to know how many Dysons have been smashed by one falling over - anybody? I suppose you could screw the stand to a wall...
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    gregskellorn18/02/2022 10:29

    This might be a daft question, but couldn't it just temporarily go where …This might be a daft question, but couldn't it just temporarily go where there is a socket in the utility?This is one of the ugliest things I've ever seen... I'd imagine it's also not the most stable of things, I certainly wouldn't fancy having kids near it with a top heavy Dyson hanging off it... I'd love to know how many Dysons have been smashed by one falling over - anybody? I suppose you could screw the stand to a wall...


    The only current sockets are above the worktops.
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    gregskellorn18/02/2022 10:29

    This might be a daft question, but couldn't it just temporarily go where …This might be a daft question, but couldn't it just temporarily go where there is a socket in the utility?This is one of the ugliest things I've ever seen... I'd imagine it's also not the most stable of things, I certainly wouldn't fancy having kids near it with a top heavy Dyson hanging off it... I'd love to know how many Dysons have been smashed by one falling over - anybody? I suppose you could screw the stand to a wall...


    We've had ours for around 18 months... Not dropped / knocked over once (with 2 kids and 2 cats in the house). Maybe we are lucky
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    p100118/02/2022 10:38

    We've had ours for around 18 months... Not dropped / knocked over once … We've had ours for around 18 months... Not dropped / knocked over once (with 2 kids and 2 cats in the house). Maybe we are lucky


    Oh no, you've said it now! 😳😁
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    Never thought of a free stand! Didn't wanna mount in my rented house so it's just been resting against the wall.

    Ordered, thanks.
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    gregskellorn18/02/2022 09:12

    I can't imagine why anybody would want this instead of just using a wall...


    Maybe they don’t want to attach anything to their wall. This stand is portable so you can put it anywhere. So many reasons really
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    chocolate201018/02/2022 12:59

    Maybe they don’t want to attach anything to their wall. This stand is p …Maybe they don’t want to attach anything to their wall. This stand is portable so you can put it anywhere. So many reasons really


    I suppose... You wouldn't want anybody to miss out on seeing something so beautiful in your house.
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    FN198318/02/2022 10:10

    I don’t have a socket where it needs to go in the utility yet. It’s a Tay …I don’t have a socket where it needs to go in the utility yet. It’s a Taylor wimpey house with concrete floors so to run a new socket I either have to empty the room upstairs to lift the carpet and cut a hatch in the floor, or cut through the plasterboard in the ceiling of the utility so locate the cables. Both options gonna take time. So at the moment it’s in the kitchen table area temporarily and this suits rather than disturbing the freshly painted wall and can be easily removed when guests are in. Who wants to eat next to a vacuum.


    Astronauts.
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    FN198318/02/2022 10:35

    The only current sockets are above the worktops.


    Then why do you need to pull the upstairs flooring up or cut into the ceiling plasterboard? If there are sockets above the worktops then you can just run an extra socket off of those to the desired location. As a new build, all sockets will be on the ring main so you can easily run a single spurred socket without it needing to be fused.
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    edanfalls18/02/2022 21:08

    Then why do you need to pull the upstairs flooring up or cut into the …Then why do you need to pull the upstairs flooring up or cut into the ceiling plasterboard? If there are sockets above the worktops then you can just run an extra socket off of those to the desired location. As a new build, all sockets will be on the ring main so you can easily run a single spurred socket without it needing to be fused.


    The sockets are on the opposite wall of the room to where we specifically want it. The ring main cables are in the ceiling and drop down to each socket on the ground floor, as the floor is concrete. I appreciate you trying to help but it’s honestly not required. Was just making the point as to why this stand may be handy for a situation.
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    FN198318/02/2022 21:18

    The sockets are on the opposite wall of the room to where we specifically …The sockets are on the opposite wall of the room to where we specifically want it. The ring main cables are in the ceiling and drop down to each socket on the ground floor, as the floor is concrete. I appreciate you trying to help but it’s honestly not required. Was just making the point as to why this stand may be handy for a situation.


    Gotcha. Couldn't quite visualise it. We bought a new build a few years ago and the positions of the sockets really weren't thought out very well, it's annoying. They just slap them in without thinking where things might be put in the rooms. In the lounge we had to re-do it completely and move the radiators, the sockets and the TV aerial points all to different places!
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    Does it fit for Dyson V15 models? Can connect to power leed?
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    Thanks OP, bought.
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    dwattsy2118/02/2022 09:39

    I rented and had one on the wall. Just needed a bit of filler and paint …I rented and had one on the wall. Just needed a bit of filler and paint when we left. Didn't realise some landlords banned fitting anything to a wall


    It reduces risk of things going wrong, eg while putting nail/screws in wall, you went through electric cable or water pipe.....will be hassle to sort out & costly too. If you can do anything to prevent that as a landlord, you would do so.
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    Will it be ok fit for V11 outsize?
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    ran123ran19/02/2022 15:35

    It reduces risk of things going wrong, eg while putting nail/screws in …It reduces risk of things going wrong, eg while putting nail/screws in wall, you went through electric cable or water pipe.....will be hassle to sort out & costly too. If you can do anything to prevent that as a landlord, you would do so.


    Fair enough, makes sense
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    People who say Vacuum when they mean Hoover. Vacuum is a brand name.
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    Schnifffler20/02/2022 08:22

    People who say Vacuum when they mean Hoover. Vacuum is a brand name.


    'Schnifffler': "People who say Vacuum when they mean Hoover. Vacuum is a brand name."

    It's the other way around: Hoover is the brand, vacuum (no capital 'v') is what the appliance does. And, vacuum has also become established/commonly accepted usage to refer to what the aplliance is
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    c_1st20/02/2022 10:45

    'Schnifffler': "People who say Vacuum when they mean Hoover. Vacuum is a …'Schnifffler': "People who say Vacuum when they mean Hoover. Vacuum is a brand name." It's the other way around: Hoover is the brand, vacuum (no capital 'v') is what the appliance does. And, vacuum has also become established/commonly accepted usage to refer to what the aplliance is


    No. I bet you say Public Address System when you mean 'tannoy'.
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    Just received and built the stand. Fiddly to assemble. But it works well with some Tetris-like fitting of all the attachments for my V6 Fluffy. Seems solid and stable. Thanks OP
    Edited by: "onaflamingpie" 24th Feb
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    Schnifffler23/02/2022 16:42

    No. I bet you say Public Address System when you mean 'tannoy'.


    What?

    "No" to Hoover being the manufacturers/brand? "No" to vacuum being what the appliance does? Or, just "no" you can't bear that you got it wrong when trying to find fault with what someone else wrote?

    Either way, yes you've failed. Trying to now pick a fight/find fault with me has dug you in deeper
    Edited by: "c_1st" 25th Feb
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