Dyson DC19 2015 Bagless Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner Half Price £149 on the Argos APP
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Dyson DC19 2015 Bagless Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner Half Price £149 on the Argos APP

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Found 7th Nov 2015
Ok so I was on the Argos Mobile App and saw on there they have a 'deal a day' section. If u tap on it, it shows the Dyson DC14 2015 Bagless Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner at half price at £149 instead of £299.99!
So I wanted to post it here so went to the normal website, except it's only 1/3 off. Not sure why this is but u can reserve and pay now on the app and then just collect in store so that ur guaranteed the half price!
Hope this helps and makes sense ☺️
It's restricted to 1 per customer
1 DAY ONLY DEAL AS ITS FROM THE DEAL OF THE DAY SECTION
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Is this a genuine deal or merely hot air?
Edited by: "loop" 7th Nov 2015
Well it's between £250 and £299.99 everywhere else except Tescos who are selling it same price as argos so I would yes, it is a deal
Same price at Tesco:
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Anon1212

Well it's between £250 and £299.99 everywhere else except Tescos who are s … Well it's between £250 and £299.99 everywhere else except Tescos who are selling it same price as argos so I would yes, it is a deal


Strange that the Argos main website lists it as £199.99 though?
Argos selling on eBay for the same price but you have to pay delivery so I would say it is genuine.
If you add to your trolley on the website, it does actually appear there as £149.00
rubish vacuum cleaner.
No a great deal imho, it sucks.
well worth the money!
Good deal for small flats. you will struggle if you are buying this for house.
Good spot,heat.
Can use flubit if you go through tesco
My biggest life changing revelation was moving away from Dysons to Henry type vacuums. Take away all the over engineered heavy plastic and you have room for a big hepa bag and a large powerful motor. Just my two pence worth
Jimbo123

My biggest life changing revelation was moving away from Dysons to Henry … My biggest life changing revelation was moving away from Dysons to Henry type vacuums. Take away all the over engineered heavy plastic and you have room for a big hepa bag and a large powerful motor. Just my two pence worth



got a henry at work, load of rubbish. not a patch on dyson
The only competitor to a Dyson is a Dyson. I just bought this couple of weeks ago. It does a good job but not as good as a DC 24 upright vacuum I had previously. I'm having to run through the same area 8-10 times now compared to 2-4 times with the DC 24. The absence of a roller in the DC 19 makes removing hairs from the carpet more difficult. The length of the handle on the DC 19 is also not long enough and even me who is 5'6'' has to stoop. Not good for the back.
Save your money, Buy a Miele
Reserved for collection today

Tried for delivery but FURN20 code not accepted

Don't forget topcashback @ 1.57% fast track collection, same rate if you buy from Tesco
raven

The only competitor to a Dyson is a Dyson. I just bought this couple of … The only competitor to a Dyson is a Dyson. I just bought this couple of weeks ago. It does a good job but not as good as a DC 24 upright vacuum I had previously. I'm having to run through the same area 8-10 times now compared to 2-4 times with the DC 24. The absence of a roller in the DC 19 makes removing hairs from the carpet more difficult. The length of the handle on the DC 19 is also not long enough and even me who is 5'6'' has to stoop. Not good for the back.



Even at 2-4 times I would say there are better vacuum cleaners, e.g. Sebo and Numatic.
raven

The only competitor to a Dyson is a Dyson.



Good for you if you are convinced of that... I can only guess your mobile phone is an iPhone, for the same reason?
Never underestimate the power of marketing on easy-to-influence people...
donslibi

Even at 2-4 times I would say there are better vacuum cleaners, e.g. Sebo … Even at 2-4 times I would say there are better vacuum cleaners, e.g. Sebo and Numatic.



if you think a numatic is better than a dyson then you seriously need to have a word with yourself.
jonnyb73

Save your money, Buy a Miele



ironic as you'll actually spend more on a miele over the lifetime of both vacs. can't knock miele build quality though.
tomtomato

Good for you if you are convinced of that... I can only guess your mobile … Good for you if you are convinced of that... I can only guess your mobile phone is an iPhone, for the same reason?Never underestimate the power of marketing on easy-to-influence people...


Marketing only takes you so far. Without quality, any marketing will fall flat. I have used quite a few vacuum cleaners starting from under £20 budget ones. The Dyson ones are really good. You only realise it when you use it. If you are sceptical of the marketing and inflated prices, try it out at a friend's if they have. The 5 year guarantee of Dyson is also unbeatable. Equates to £30 a year on the above vacuum cleaner which is a reasonable price ,I'd think.
Sorry if I came across as snobbish. I'm not.
No, I don't like iphones. The reasons for that are different though.

Edited by: "raven" 7th Nov 2015
Hughsee

got a henry at work, load of rubbish. not a patch on dyson



That may be but what's that to do with vacuum cleaners? You should keep your personal feelings to yourself.
Voted hot as I paid about this price many years ago for an older technology Dyson.
dannyjones106

if you think a numatic is better than a dyson then you seriously need to … if you think a numatic is better than a dyson then you seriously need to have a word with yourself.



Actually, it really depends what you're using it for.

If you just hoover the carpet once a week, the Dyson is the one you want. If you're using it to suck up DIY dust (drill crap, plaster, etc) then the Henry is your best choice. Henrys are pretty much indestructible - and that's their biggest selling point.
dannyjones106

if you think a numatic is better than a dyson then you seriously need to … if you think a numatic is better than a dyson then you seriously need to have a word with yourself.



No need to. Tried both and experience taught me Sebo, Miele and Numatic all have better build quality and suction, even when they get older. Try them yourself and then report back. Bagged vacuums are also better for allergy suffers. I used to hate emptying a bagless vacuum regularly, and would end up coughing and sneezing.
Kulaak

That may be but what's that to do with vacuum cleaners? You should keep … That may be but what's that to do with vacuum cleaners? You should keep your personal feelings to yourself.



Ditto
Much poorer suction and smaller dust bucket compared to upright Dyson in my experience of cleaning the castle we consider our humble home, custodians though we only are - in an ultimate sense, what with time's winged chariot and all - quite a price to pay for its smaller form factor - isit.
bma1445

Actually, it really depends what you're using it for.If you just hoover … Actually, it really depends what you're using it for.If you just hoover the carpet once a week, the Dyson is the one you want. If you're using it to suck up DIY dust (drill crap, plaster, etc) then the Henry is your best choice. Henrys are pretty much indestructible - and that's their biggest selling point.



Agreed Henry's are bombproof, we have one in the maintenance area of work it sucks everything and I mean everything - chucks of metal, nuts and bolts, glass etc and has never let us down, still has good suction too. I also find the Henry's good for the car as the hose is super long.
My personal preference is Victor vacuum. You need a little soapy water to fit the Henry HEPA bags. It is basically double HEPA , the victor HEPA filter is always virtually spotless. I am not trying to score points or do anyone down I am just trying to spread the word . I suffer from severe dust sensitivity.
After having several dysons (4 in total) I opted for a Henry and although I do really like it and still use it daily it is no good when you have 3 girls in the house with long hair - this is probably the only thing it doesn't pick up. Dysons seem to be very good at picking up hair either animal or human so I think I may have to go back to buying one either this one and buying the attachment for hair or buying the animal dyson :-)
Thanks for posting
I've been sucked in..purchase made ..Cheers!
AlbanianMan

rubish vacuum cleaner.


rubish = rubBish
Edited by: "ellbee" 7th Nov 2015
dannyjones106

ironic as you'll actually spend more on a miele over the lifetime of both … ironic as you'll actually spend more on a miele over the lifetime of both vacs. can't knock miele build quality though.



Miele! , Miele! , Miele!
8KG ? No thanks Jose
Rubbish hoover, Dyson overrated.
I do get so bored of the keyboard warriors on this site at times
£149 on Tesco and Currys site too :0)
What about Bosch? Just as good as Miele.

Anyone knows the suction power on this? Usially rated in air-Watts. This is the most important parameter, and yet many manufacturers conviniently avoid it from their specs.

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