Dyson DC24  Tesco's  With 20% off £159.99
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Dyson DC24 Tesco's With 20% off £159.99

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Found 5th Apr 2012
Tesco's have dropped the price to £199 plus 20% Trade in. Use ecoupon TD-WPBT for 20% off, bringing the total down to £159.99

Plus the 199 points and possible 3% Quido £3.84

This seems a good price for the DC24

Dyson are selling this for £239.99 and Currys £207
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650watt !!!
Dyson moved from this country to the far east to save on production costs - did this saving get shared with the consumer? They are just money grabbers pretending to be British. Yes development costs money but not as much as this.

There are better and cheaper Vacuums on the market!

Having got on my high horse I have to vote hot because it is a good price for a Dyson
the porter

everybody says that, stick it on the end of your old man and then you … everybody says that, stick it on the end of your old man and then you know how good it sucks ;)ps im not speaking from experience honestly



Oh Gawd, here we go again....
the porter

what has it been mentioned before? or have you been caught in a … what has it been mentioned before? or have you been caught in a compromising situation with a dyson?and i have brought it all back



Fortunately not lol. I am referring to another Dyson post of a few weeks back which got hijacked by what I can only assume was a rather anebriated young fellow going 'off topic' on a similar theme.
Do you think Tesco's actually want you to take an old vacuum cleaner in?.... I haven't got one!!!!
Get another £10 off with TDX-SKDK.
So does anyone know how the trade in works when buying online? If I have it delivered to my house does Tesco expect me to take my old Dyson to a store?
xaero787

So does anyone know how the trade in works when buying online? If I have … So does anyone know how the trade in works when buying online? If I have it delivered to my house does Tesco expect me to take my old Dyson to a store?



errrrmmm yes...click & collect only

http://direct.tescoassets.com/directuiassets/Merchandising/NonSeasonal/en_GB/banners/dept_cat_assets/home_electrical/vacuums_steam_cleaners/Wk52/Vacuum_DysonTech_Wk5_750X320.jpg

http://direct.tescoassets.com/directuiassets/Merchandising/NonSeasonal/en_GB/banners/Jump_Pages/Dyson_Store/Dyson260312_Subbanner_wk4.jpg

tesco.com/dir…t_1
mastani80

Get another £10 off with TDX-SKDK.



http://www.tesco.com/directuiassets/Merchandising/NonSeasonal/en_GB/banners/direct_hp_assets/Homepage_Sitewide_940x60.jpg

.....wouldn't this be classed as home electrical??

tinca

Dyson moved from this country to the far east to save on production costs … Dyson moved from this country to the far east to save on production costs - did this saving get shared with the consumer? They are just money grabbers pretending to be British. Yes development costs money but not as much as this.


Well said - he's a typical greedy British businessman.
Still - my wife wants Dyson, so...
Dyson vacuum cleaners are good
tinca

Dyson moved from this country to the far east to save on production costs … Dyson moved from this country to the far east to save on production costs - did this saving get shared with the consumer? They are just money grabbers pretending to be British. Yes development costs money but not as much as this.



My parents DC01 was £200 when they got it years ago, so I guess we are getting the benefits, the DC14 I nicked off them seems at least as well built as the original TBH.
There's a rule-of-thumb with Dysons - DON'T BUY THE CHEAP ONES.

The things which make Dysons good aren't on every model - they all have cyclonic and no bag (both great features in themselves) but they don't all have the adjustable head (essential) and the quality on the cheaper models is suspicious (badly fitting hoses, cheap plastics and other problems).

We have an 11 year old DC07 which was top-of-the-range at the time and still works beautifully - we were given a newer 'base model' DC11 tho (by grandparents who found it too heavy to use) and it's RUBBISH by comparison. It lacks the automatic head adjuster which means it fails to pickup stuff and can be a massive backache when cleaning newer carpets (it sucks hard but cleans little) - most of all tho, the quality just isn't there - I've already had to replace one hose and the clip on the waste container is cracked and hard to refit.

Basically if you're spending under £200 you're getting half the end result - either get a posh one or just use a cheapo Vax...
xaero787

So does anyone know how the trade in works when buying online? If I have … So does anyone know how the trade in works when buying online? If I have it delivered to my house does Tesco expect me to take my old Dyson to a store?

mastani80

Get another £10 off with TDX-SKDK.



I tried the £10 off but it says "this eCoupon can't be used in conjunction with other eCoupons" even though i never entered ther 20% off yet.
This sort of deal seems to be everywhere at the moment. Me and my fiancée have moved into our first house and she is dead set that she wants a Dyson Ball vacuum. That's fine by me, despite the ludicrous prices they ask. The annoying thing is that we don't have a vacuum to trade in to take advantage of this offer, so we can't get any saving. It's not fair, to be honest.

Unless they will take my £9.99 desktop Henry Hoover, which has the same sucking power as a gnat lol.
Got a DC33 Animal. Agree it feels flimsy compared to the DC01. Took old one to Tesco's Worthing (click and collect) and they had no knowledge of the trade in. I think they allow a few weeks to drop a dead one off - could always get one from a popular auction site for a quid!!
Does the old hover need to work?
Nope
Is this better than the DC33 Animal?
just to add to what others have said, i've had my dc07 for about 15 years and as long as i keep the filters washed it still performs as well as the day i got it. in my line of work i seem to spend a lot of it in other peoples houses, and since i make a bit of a mess i often need to use their vacum cleaner to tidy up after myself. whilst i have used some that are on par with my dyson i wonder if they would still perform that well if they had been used for 15 years
Oscar33

650watt !!!


And ???

Its all about air watts not about how much a electric a motor uses
tinca

Dyson moved from this country to the far east to save on production costs … Dyson moved from this country to the far east to save on production costs - did this saving get shared with the consumer? They are just money grabbers pretending to be British. Yes development costs money but not as much as this.There are better and cheaper Vacuums on the market!Having got on my high horse I have to vote hot because it is a good price for a Dyson


Still employs thousands of people in UK doing Development, let's face it people are too lazy to work in the UK for the wages that make electrical items affordable for the majority of us..
There is an option for delivery at an extra £3. Dont really have a hoover bad enough to trade in. I wonder if I get it delivered the delivery man would really want to be taking an old hoover away. Cant see it myslef, anyone know if a trade in is essential?
kbrook

There is an option for delivery at an extra £3. Dont really have a hoover … There is an option for delivery at an extra £3. Dont really have a hoover bad enough to trade in. I wonder if I get it delivered the delivery man would really want to be taking an old hoover away. Cant see it myslef, anyone know if a trade in is essential?


That's what I was thinking!
hussaintayyub

That's what I was thinking!


and me lol
deanos

And ???Its all about air watts not about how much a electric a motor uses




....and the airwatts are?

Anywhere near 320 airwatts like the Panasonic models, which cost less, have a 6 year warranty, edge to edge, beater bar and variable suction?


According to Comet, just 120 airwatts! Can this be correct? It's paltry.
aeonf242

Still employs thousands of people in UK doing Development, let's face it … Still employs thousands of people in UK doing Development, let's face it people are too lazy to work in the UK for the wages that make electrical items affordable for the majority of us..


To suggest that asking for minimum wage makes someone lazy is massively offensive and idiotic - you're a berk...
Common Sense

....and the airwatts are?Anywhere near 320 airwatts like the Panasonic … ....and the airwatts are?Anywhere near 320 airwatts like the Panasonic models, which cost less, have a 6 year warranty, edge to edge, beater bar and variable suction?According to Comet, just 120 airwatts! Can this be correct? It's paltry.



Dunno don't care what the airwatts are but that's the best way to compare them not how many watts the motor draws
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