Dyson DC14 bagless upright vacuum cleaner RRP £249 NOW £150 with codes (Debenhams)
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Dyson DC14 bagless upright vacuum cleaner RRP £249 NOW £150 with codes (Debenhams)

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Found 26th Jun 2013
Dyson DC14 bagless upright vacuum cleaner RRP £249 NOW £150 with codes (Debenhams)

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good deal if you want a non ball dyson!

Free delivery over £30 anyway so no need for code.
Just had a look at some Amazon reviews for this. Some were posted in 2005.
Cant believe this model is still being sold 8 years later.

Went back to Henry after having two fail on me.

tfish

Went back to Henry after having two fail on me.


I can't knock Dyson, not sure if they still come with the 5 year guarantee but mine failed once in that time and the engineer came out the next day and repaired it.

Dyson build quality has gone down hill massively over the years..... not sure I would chose one anymore, having always sworn by them

markwigg

Dyson build quality has gone down hill massively over the years..... not … Dyson build quality has gone down hill massively over the years..... not sure I would chose one anymore, having always sworn by them



Well, at the weekend my 3 year old upright (dunno the model TBH) fell 15 feet out of our loft and then all the way down the 12 stairs to the ground floor... TWICE (dont ask!) and absolutely nothing broke... Seems OK to me!

I am after a proper hoover after struggling with a vax one that does not pick up hair etc from carpets, will this one do the job? thanks

Had my Dyson for 10 years and it's still used daily.

Ussss

Well, at the weekend my 3 year old upright (dunno the model TBH) fell 15 … Well, at the weekend my 3 year old upright (dunno the model TBH) fell 15 feet out of our loft and then all the way down the 12 stairs to the ground floor... TWICE (dont ask!) and absolutely nothing broke... Seems OK to me!



That is remarkable, especially given it breaks for most people simply by vacuuming their carpets.

Bagless is annoying, personally I find emptying these things, and in some models clearing the filters UTTERLY frustrating and messy.

That said, this is a good price for it.

When it says "not suitable for hard floors", does that mean 'will muck up your floorboards'?' My house is about 50% flooring.
Edited by: "gaijintendo" 26th Jun 2013

gaijintendo

When it says "not suitable for hard floors", does that mean 'will muck up … When it says "not suitable for hard floors", does that mean 'will muck up your floorboards'?' My house is about 50% flooring.



I use mine on my wood and tiled floors and its fine.

sanderson0107

I use mine on my wood and tiled floors and its fine.



I found this on their site:
DC14 origin is not suitable for hard floors, as the brushbar cannot be turned off. Brush control models are recommended for homes with mixed flooring
http://www.dyson.co.uk/medialibrary/Files/Dyson/Support/downloads/UK/floorcare/Manuals/dc14_uk_manual_120710%20pdf.pdf

I guess if it is actual wood it can scar things in some circumstsances..

Debenhams yuk, dyson yuk

Only reason I bought Dyson was for the long hose to go to top of stairs. If I knew other makes that has just as long a hose and was half the price then I'd have bought that as I'm not impressed with dysons at all.

lianne21

Only reason I bought Dyson was for the long hose to go to top of stairs. … Only reason I bought Dyson was for the long hose to go to top of stairs. If I knew other makes that has just as long a hose and was half the price then I'd have bought that as I'm not impressed with dysons at all.



My wife loves a long hose.

i have one of these with the powerbrush feature, its truely an amazing hoover

people do forget you need to clean your filters every 3 months (or more if used lots) and check the brush for clogged bits like hair etc which is comman on most hoovers

mine is over 6 years old and works perfectly, still on original filters after being cleaned 40+ times, and has great power still.

has even been used for plasterboard dust and other work materials and still as good as new

highly recommend!

markwigg

Dyson build quality has gone down hill massively over the years..... not … Dyson build quality has gone down hill massively over the years..... not sure I would chose one anymore, having always sworn by them

Ever since the hypocritical **** that IS Mr "Buy British" Dyson closed his British factories to have these built in China, the quality of them has plummeted by the same monumental levels Mr Dyson' bank balance has skyrocketted. First one (British built) lasted years and never failed, given to daughter when she got her own place. Had two since, both nothing but bother (both built in the Far East)

Cold
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willdev

Cold




How?

markwigg

Dyson build quality has gone down hill massively over the years..... not … Dyson build quality has gone down hill massively over the years..... not sure I would chose one anymore, having always sworn by them



Really? =( Ive never owned one but a rich friend had the ball one when it first came out, was an absolute thrill to use. Now that theyre on sale I was thinkin of trying it. Still a bit rich for my wallet, but dysons rock in my experience .


got mine (DC02) from a car boot for a tenner 6 years ago...still going strong and haven't had to get it repaired or replace any of the parts, only the accessories

sanderson0107

Had my Dyson for 10 years and it's still used daily.

lianne21

Only reason I bought Dyson was for the long hose to go to top of stairs. … Only reason I bought Dyson was for the long hose to go to top of stairs. If I knew other makes that has just as long a hose and was half the price then I'd have bought that as I'm not impressed with dysons at all.


aye, she certainly does...
Edited by: "watson44" 26th Jun 2013

How does it compare with this one http://www.tesco.com/direct/dyson-dc33-multi-floor-bagless-upright-vacuum-cleaner/208-1632.prd?skuId=208-1632

you can get it for £179 from tesco today.

readingbrown99

How?

Must be via Club Points as it's listed as £269.00 on Tesco's site.

iwd

I am after a proper hoover after struggling with a vax one that does not … I am after a proper hoover after struggling with a vax one that does not pick up hair etc from carpets, will this one do the job? thanks


yes, had one of these for 6-7 years no problems at all.

Which one to buy decisions.................................

I prefer the ball bag less one

So which is the better model the DC14 or DC33 because the latter is only £189

readingbrown99

How?


There was a misprice yesterday but by the time it went through and dispatched they had fixed it :(.

I can report however that it is a very good hoover!
Edited by: "willdev" 26th Jun 2013

which is the better model the DC14 or DC33? can get the dc33 for £30 more...

got a "b" grade one for £100 9 years ago, not looked after it, used it for DIY, Soot and in the car/garden/garage. Plastics have broken a bit and it looks a bit sad, but still works brilliantly.

Have this model Think i paid £179.00 for it a little over a year ago to replace my old DC4/5 not sure if Im getting feebler but it seems quite heavy to me these days. Think if i had to choose again would look for something a lot lighter and easier to manouvre I know dyson do smaller models but those look like they would need emptying almost weekly.

Rather spend more and get the ball one.

Nothing else I have tried comes close to the suction or reliability of a dyson.

I used to have dyson, it works good but I need long hose part to reach the high ceiling. So I got the henry and it works very well although it looks a bit silly with the damn smiley face.

iwd

How does it compare with this one … How does it compare with this one http://www.tesco.com/direct/dyson-dc33-multi-floor-bagless-upright-vacuum-cleaner/208-1632.prd?skuId=208-1632you can get it for £179 from tesco today.



Coming up as 199 ?

Went back to dyson after nearly killing myslef with pollution my last henry spat out.Vile germ spreading machines would never have another dyson all the way.

Not impressed with one of these, it's high pitched racket is annoying, the main vacuum doesn't fit under radiators or units, the hose for the tools is too stiff and the rotating brush gets snarled up all the time.

Edited by: "Minstadave" 26th Jun 2013

shbc not working!!!

How does it compare with this one tesco.com/dir…632 you can get it for £179 from tesco today.

[quote=iwd]How does it compare with this one tesco.com/dir…632 you can get it for £179 from tesco today.[/quote

We're are you getting this price from it says £199
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