Dyson DC 30 Handheld Vacuum £99 from Tesco Online
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Dyson DC 30 Handheld Vacuum £99 from Tesco Online

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Found 23rd Oct 2013
£99 online - The Dyson DC30 hand-held vacuum cleaner is engineered for quick clean-ups in the home and car.

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Gets fair reviews and is a good price compared to the current model. Only 6 mins of life between charges though apparently

£10 off code will make this deal sweeter

95p cheaper than john lewis

Same thing for £99.99 but you get the free tool kit worth £56

Co-op Dyson DC30

I have one and its brilliant! The "big" Hoover hardly ever gets used now as this is so easy, it comes with a wall attachment that the charger connects into too.

We got one of these when bhs last had a load of stackable codes. I was really sceptical about the battery life issue, but its never been a problem. We have vax cleaners normally as dyson are so expensive.
Its really powerful, and the only time it lost suction we phoned dyson and they got a spare part out straight away. Top marks for service.

Very good price. But it seems that the model is discontinued. That said, we still have a DC04 going strong.

May be worth waiting for the Clubcard exchange to start?

Voted hot.

We use our one of these multiple times everyday, its perfect for quick cleanups or DIY and saves getting main hoover out (especially as we live over 4 floors).

6 minute battery life really is not a problem for its intended purpose... If you don't have one, get one!

when does the price drop on co-op site is it last page? as price doesn't change when putting in code and membership number

Edited by: "matengawhat" 23rd Oct 2013

matengawhat

when does the price drop on co-op site is it last page? as price doesn't … when does the price drop on co-op site is it last page? as price doesn't change when putting in code and membership number



I found the same...got to paying for it and the price was the same...

The Co-op deal worked for me. At payment stage input your membership number and submit and then input the code and submit.

does the discount not show until you have inputted credit card details and click submit

Trickytimes

The Co-op deal worked for me. At payment stage input your membership … The Co-op deal worked for me. At payment stage input your membership number and submit and then input the code and submit.



I also had problems, but I did the same as trickytimes and it worked, enter your membership number first and click submit, then the code and submit again, it is not as straightforward as it should be but it does work......

Edited by: "MIB15" 23rd Oct 2013

Co-op deal not working for me, I've tried every which way! :-(

How does the co op code bring it down £20 to £99.99 as I applied the POA10 code and got the message promotion code applied but nothing came off .I applied my member number which was successful. Ended up paying full price but I will phone them for my twenty quid back in the morning and I printed off the bit where it said promotion code applied when it obviously hadn't been

Any luck with coop deal. I cannot get this to work - not to worry. I called up and ordered having realised that my life was clearly incomplete without a handheld hoover!
Edited by: "sarabifran" 24th Oct 2013

Im quite tempted by one of these as my VAX is pretty much dead. Thanks!

I can understand you don't need hours of battery life for one of these but 6 mins is just too little

Not if it sucks up your entire carpet in a millisecond! and swallows your whole house in 5 mins and 59 secs!

was interested until i saw it takes 3.5 hours to charge for 6 minutes of sucking. Sound familiar lol.

Just tried to order online (Co-Op) using POA19, and price came out at £119 even with Membership Number. So I rang Co-op and they say this code ended in May 2013. Not ordered :-(

sorry (see above), used code POA10

I tried POA10 and it said "code applied" but the price was still £119.99

The co op code should be PAO10 it is wrong on their site . Just done it and it works . Enter membership number 1st and submit , then code .

supersue

Just tried to order online (Co-Op) using POA19, and price came out at … Just tried to order online (Co-Op) using POA19, and price came out at £119 even with Membership Number. So I rang Co-op and they say this code ended in May 2013. Not ordered :-(



I rang up earlier and ordered no problem. Couldn't get code to work online.

Sadly the guy I spoke to at the Co-op was very unhelpful - just said that he didn't know why "these websites keep promoting out of date codes" and didn't offer any solutions. Wouldn't take my order at the £99 price :-(

boyohboy

The co op code should be PAO10 it is wrong on their site . Just done it … The co op code should be PAO10 it is wrong on their site . Just done it and it works . Enter membership number 1st and submit , then code .



Thank you. I just followed your instructions and it works perfectly.

Ah, that totally works now! Just have to decide whether to order or not...

Order from Coop using PAO10 code, Thanks boyohboy

This worked, added the membership number first, then the discount code, which brought it down to the correct price.

I`m confused over some of the practicality with this hoover and can`t decide whether to get one or not.

3.5hrs charge for 6 mins usage. Does the full hoover require plugging into 240v socket to be charged or does the battery separate from unit and go into a charger ?

I can`t see much use in storing this in a cupboard under my stairs, where I`d need to install a 240v socket for this to be any use to my other half, especially when its going to realistically require a 3.5hr re-charge after each use.
Edited by: "Will4long" 24th Oct 2013

Will4long

I`m confused over some of the practicality with this hoover and can`t … I`m confused over some of the practicality with this hoover and can`t decide whether to get one or not.3.5hrs charge for 6 mins usage. Does the full hoover require plugging into 240v socket to be charged or does the battery separate from unit and go into a charger ?I can`t see much use in storing this in a cupboard under my stairs, where I`d need to install a 240v socket for this to be any use to my other half, especially when its going to realistically require a 3.5hr re-charge after each use.



Either or both. Have a look at some reviews on YouTube. The one I watched showed that the battery can be removed and plugged into a small charger, a bit like your digital camera or cordless drill. Or alternatively you can plug the power directly into the main body without removing the battery pack.

Will4long

I`m confused over some of the practicality with this hoover and can`t … I`m confused over some of the practicality with this hoover and can`t decide whether to get one or not.3.5hrs charge for 6 mins usage. Does the full hoover require plugging into 240v socket to be charged or does the battery separate from unit and go into a charger ?I can`t see much use in storing this in a cupboard under my stairs, where I`d need to install a 240v socket for this to be any use to my other half, especially when its going to realistically require a 3.5hr re-charge after each use.



It can either have the battery removed for charging or just keep battery in and charge.
I bought a spare battery so always have one charged and ready to use

The dc34 is better as it has a 15 min running time,also has a motorised brush bar which us very powerful. I use mine for stair carpet and the car. Saves humphing the big one around.

I couldn't get the POA10 code to work so rang & ordered & the bloke processed it at £99.99 with free tool kit. He did say there had been a problem with the code!
Mines being delivered tomorrow! Thanks!

Perfect. Was looking for this and ordered with Tesco boost so great thanks!

Banned

aldi 99 too
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