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Dyson DC14 and DC19 (I think, cylinder style) £100 @ Asda
Dyson DC14 and DC19 (I think, cylinder style) £100 @ Asda

Dyson DC14 and DC19 (I think, cylinder style) £100 @ Asda

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Asda, Leckwith Road, Cardiff had 2 pallets of these at the front of the store today.

DC14 for £100 and DC19 (I think) £100.

I know these were on offer just after christmas, but seem to have come back into stock.

Bargain, especially as they come with standard 5 years guarantee.

Michelle

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Saw this in hollingbury today, but was only one left near the flowers as you walk in, didnt check the electrical aisle though, Good deal, didnt buy it though as I didnt need it

Bargain - they are £170 approx elsewhere. I bought a DC14 this evening from Watford ASDA. They had a few on the shelves and also some DC19s. Thank you!

Whats the difference in the two models is one better then the other ,anyone have one looking to replace my henry who is one his last legs but worried about stairs and whole house has wooden floors so don't know if this will be any good.thanks

I think the dc 14 is uoright and the dc 19 a cylinder

Plenty of both models in ASDA Huyton (Liverpool)

Apparently there were some in Edinburgh Jewel store yesterday.

Noisy

mccririck;7657827

Noisy



Show me a silent VCleaner and I'll buy it

Anybody know if theres any of these in stock in Manchester area stores?

Also, is there a difference between the DC19 and the DC19T2?

Bought a T2 from Very this week, thinking of buying one from Asda and returning it in its place.....:whistling:

Had my DC14 for ages now since it came out!
I am thinking buying this just for the 5 year warranty! £20 a year knowing I have a decent spare cleaner!

hi, been after one of these...anyone know of any in Lancashire area... thanks:thumbsup:

There's loads at Nottingham Asda in West Bridgford too - bargain!

Nice one, "The Grim Reaper came for me last night and I beat him off with a vacuum cleaner...........................................talk about Dyson with death" :giggle:

flashharry;7658043

Nice one, "The Grim Reaper came for me last night and I beat him off with … Nice one, "The Grim Reaper came for me last night and I beat him off with a vacuum cleaner...........................................talk about Dyson with death" :giggle:



Don't give up the day job

Got one of these from the recent John Lewis pricematch, v.impressed with it so far

robot1000;7658152

Seems like this offer has been around for a … Seems like this offer has been around for a whilehttp://www.hotukdeals.com/item/564850/dyson-dc14-origin-dc19-instore-only



yes but as the original deal was posted just over a month then its okay to post up - especially with the stock selling out with original deal :thumbsup:

Blunny89;7657981

There's loads at Nottingham Asda in West Bridgford too - bargain!



Good to know :thumbsup: (got a DC14 All Floors sitting downstairs, but a powerful cylinder is always handy...nooo, must resist)

Hi all, really interested in this as currently using some [email protected] vacuum that wouldn't pick up u know what!!

Sorry for being lazy, but what is the difference between the two?

We have nearly all wood floors in our house so I would want a soft head brush with it if any of the two come with one....

Voted hot btw thanks op:thumbsup:

robot1000;7658134

[SIZE="3"]Get Currys to Price match]DC19 sold at Currys for £159.99 - … [SIZE="3"]Get Currys to Price match]DC19 sold at Currys for £159.99 - Price match (with 110% difference) = £94.01]DC14 sold at Currys for £158.99 - Price match (with 110% difference) = £94.10[/SIZE]



Isnt that the Dc19T2? different from the DC19 I believe, that was my earlier question so I could buy one and return it to Very and save a few quid..... Anybody able to confirm if theyre the same models? Or is it the DC19T2 on offer?

robot1000;7658134

[SIZE="3"]Get Currys to Price match]DC19 sold at Currys for £159.99 - … [SIZE="3"]Get Currys to Price match]DC19 sold at Currys for £159.99 - Price match (with 110% difference) = £94.01]DC14 sold at Currys for £158.99 - Price match (with 110% difference) = £94.10[/SIZE]



:thumbsup:

erroll;7658256

Hi all, really interested in this as currently using some [email protected] vacuum … Hi all, really interested in this as currently using some [email protected] vacuum that wouldn't pick up u know what!!Sorry for being lazy, but what is the difference between the two?We have nearly all wood floors in our house so I would want a soft head brush with it if any of the two come with one....Voted hot btw thanks op:thumbsup:



Previously people have posted that the DC14 is ok, however it all depends on the type of wooden floor. The DC14 Origin has a beaterbar that cannot be adjusted, meaning it could scuff certain flooring, or push debris around the floor rather than suck it up.

You can buy an attachment for hard floors, pops onto the pipe and you vac like a cylinder, but I can't see the point in that myself.

The DC14 All-Floors is probably the one you need (or any Dyson marked All-Floors), purely for the adjustable head height, but you'll pay a premium.

p.s. It works fine on my tiled kitchen floor, so you pays yer money, etc :thinking:

Thanks Northerndave.

Have done a bit of research on the 'net and like u say for wood floors the "All Floors" model are the uprights u need to go with.

In light of this, (and the DC14 all floors model not included in the asda offer!), I think I am being swayed towards the DC19 now to do the job for me.

Decisions decisions.... :roll:

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Northerndave;7658371

Previously people have posted that the DC14 is ok, however it all depends … Previously people have posted that the DC14 is ok, however it all depends on the type of wooden floor. The DC14 Origin has a beaterbar that cannot be adjusted, meaning it could scuff certain flooring, or push debris around the floor rather than suck it up.You can buy an attachment for hard floors, pops onto the pipe and you vac like a cylinder, but I can't see the point in that myself.The DC14 All-Floors is probably the one you need (or any Dyson marked All-Floors), purely for the adjustable head height, but you'll pay a premium.p.s. It works fine on my tiled kitchen floor, so you pays yer money, etc :thinking:



you could use the tools instead

Peggy Bedford;7658460

you could use the tools instead



tools ?? ;-)

Top Deal :thumbsup:

How do you get the price match from currys ?

Do you need to take some proof for them to price match ?

None in Plymouth and never had (dont deal with dyson, only vax)

Dr3am3r;7658948

Top Deal :thumbsup:How do you get the price match from currys ?Do you … Top Deal :thumbsup:How do you get the price match from currys ?Do you need to take some proof for them to price match ?


You will need to find a Asda store which has stock with a 10 mile radius of the Currys store which you'll be getting the Price Match from. They tend to call the store in question to confirm the price and stock availability.

They tend to ''forget" about the 110% difference, so you may have to "remind" them.

This is taken from their website:

Currys Price Promise in store:We’ll match the instore prices of Argos, A … Currys Price Promise in store:We’ll match the instore prices of Argos, Asda, Comet, Jessops, Tesco, John Lewis…..in fact any local retail store.In the unlikely event that you find a cheaper price for the same product and offer in a local retail store (which has stock ready for delivery) we will not only match the competitor’s price but beat it by 10% of the difference.



I've bought the DS19 last year and got a price-match when the ]Matalan deal was on. Definitely excellent value for money

Which? says:

DC 14 All Floors 68%

This cleaner shows what a good upright can achieve and, as its name suggests, is excellent on most surfaces.

Few uprights clean as well as the Best Buy cylinders, but Dysons buck the trend.

The DC14 All Floors did outstandingly well in our tests, leaving laminate and wooden floors all spotless. It's good on carpet too. This model is great at getting into nooks and crannies – perfect for cleaning in corners and along walls. It's not bad at picking up pet hairs, although other models are more successful at this.

Manoeuvrability is ok but, like most uprights, it struggles to negotiate stairs. It's a bagless model and ease of use for emptying it is just ok.

It weighs 8.3kg and has a long 10 metre power cable, so you can cover quite a bit of floor before you have to change sockets. It's also very noisy.

Pros: Excellent on all surfaces, excellent at getting into corners and along walls, long power cable, free five-year warrantee on parts and labour

Cons: Average at picking up pet hair and retaining allergens, noisy, difficult to use on stairs

DC 14 Origin 65%

The DC14 range may be one of Dyson's older ranges but this DC14 Origin model remains a strong Best Buy.

This cleaner did outstandingly well in our tests, leaving carpet, laminate and wooden floors spotless.It's worth noting, though, that Dyson recommends that this vacuum cleaner isn't suitable for delicate floors because you can't turn off the brush bar and it's possible that scratches could occur. So, although its cleaning capabilities are excellent, you might want to consider an alternative if your home has wooden floors.

Nevertheless, it's great for carpeted homes and a real winner for pet owners, gobbling up the pet hair supremely well.

The DC14 Origin is the most basic in this bagless upright range, lacking some of the accessories provided with others in the series. Its less good than the All Floors at retaining allergens though and both machines are noisy.

Pros: excellent cleaning results

Cons: noisy and poor at retaining allergens

DC 19 62%

This Dyson is a good vacuum cleaner and cleans as well on all surfaces as many of our Best Buys. However, it's not the machine for pet owners as it struggles to pick up pet hair from carpets.

It's good at keeping in small allergen particles.

At 8kg it’s lighter than some Dyson cylinders but other brands make lighter models. It’s quite easy to move around and although you can't adjust the power, the release button on the hand grip allows you to reduce suction quickly.

As with most bagless cleaners, emptying the container is messy. Like most Dysons, its a bit noisy.

Pros: Good dust removal from hard floors, filters retain dust well

Cons: Poor pet hair removal, noisy

^ Nice post, although could you make it a bit clearer by separating the different models

All models separated and headed by model numbers as below with Which % scores:

DC 14 All Floors 68%

DC 14 Origin 65%

DC 19 62%

Seems obvious to me but I guess it would as I wrote it.

i have the dc19 its a good hover would buy it again

as you can see i have a cat i brought the turbine head attachment for my carpets for dc19

Just got the DC14 from the Coventry branch (m6 j2)
still had another 5 of these instock & about 20 to 25 DC19 instock,
still £198 in tesco

Thanks I managed to get one from Leckwith road today. They were good enough to put one behind the desk at CS for me as I had to get the bus from Bridgend as there were none in stock in our local asda.

none in stock in north east that i can find :-(

tried the following:

thornaby
teesside park
portrack lane
hartlepool

good deal though if you can find stock!!

johnny_robinson;7664909

none in stock in north east that i can find :-(tried the … none in stock in north east that i can find :-(tried the following:thornabyteesside parkportrack lanehartlepoolgood deal though if you can find stock!!



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tempted by the DC19 .... but want/need one that stores easier, and it doesnt look like this one has the Telescope Wrap system for easy storage.

still a good deal

Just got one from Tammworth branch. Bargain for £100.( they had about 20) Tried to get a 110% price match from Currys next door but after calling ASDA in dis-belief of the price told me they were out of stock.
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