DYSON DC25 Exclusive Refurb Direct from Dyon's EBay Shop 2 Years Guarantee £149.99 Free Delivery
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DYSON DC25 Exclusive Refurb Direct from Dyon's EBay Shop 2 Years Guarantee £149.99 Free Delivery

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Found 14th Apr 2015
Recently got one of these, came like new, great hoover with 2 year Dyson guarantee. More then 10 available.

There are two different models of DC25 available, this one and the multifloor, they are exactly the same apart from the attachments and the colour.

Check sellers other items for the other one and some other deals!

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Coolllllddddddd!!

Why cold? Heat added:)

vicky2509

Coolllllddddddd!!



Why cold?

Banned

warm

Junk

Are these the ones that never break down?
Amazing how many Dyson's are sold as refurbished when they never go wrong.
Marketing rules our world.
First there was Kirby now it is Dyson.

BillyBits

Banned

A friend of mine works in a recycling yard = rubbish tip to you and me, he said "Dyson are the most disposed of them all"

1apple

A friend of mine works in a recycling yard = rubbish tip to you and me, … A friend of mine works in a recycling yard = rubbish tip to you and me, he said "Dyson are the most disposed of them all"


No I used to work for a large company and it was Vax that broke down most for customers

If they are so confident in their refurb, why not give it a 5 yr warranty as their new ones.

paul.jacobs

If they are so confident in their refurb, why not give it a 5 yr warranty … If they are so confident in their refurb, why not give it a 5 yr warranty as their new ones.


Because they are running a business not a charity!

vhot

Because they are running a business not a charity!



And because lots of people don't seem to realise that some parts of all vacuum cleaners get blocked/don't work as well and require cleaning. It's not just a question of emptying a bag or container.

Cold as this vacuum is no match on a Henry/Sebo/FilterQueen. I have used several vacuums in recent years and this model of Dyson is **** poor at maintaining suction. They claim no loss but as the filter clogs up, suction thus reduces, which is rather ironic given they claimed to have fixed the suction issue only then to go on and release the DC54 Cinetic which again doesn't suffer any loss of suction...... get what you pay for
Edited by: "ayeup1" 15th Apr 2015

I have the DC25 multifloor and it's great, had it a while and no issues. Previous to that I had another Dyson for 10 years, other than wear and tear items it was fine. I traded it in for this I think was £199

Stain is very popular so a rubbish tip is likely to have more in for that reason alone....

Autocorrect changed that. It should have read Dyson is very popular so stands to reason more would be thrown out...

just because it glitters, does not mean its gold

jasee

:)And because lots of people don't seem to realise that some parts of all … :)And because lots of people don't seem to realise that some parts of all vacuum cleaners get blocked/don't work as well and require cleaning. It's not just a question of emptying a bag or container.


Yeah I bet a lot of people have thrown away perfectly working dysons because of a blockage , its amazing how much builds up at the tube on my dc25 animal, but after a clean it works good as new.oh and cleaning the filters regularly as they say to do is essential too

I still have my dc07 after a lot of years, excellent vac and as long as you clean the filter every few months it still lifts the carpets with the auction.
I tried the other makes but ended up getting a Dyson,nothing is as good at cleaning carpets.

I've noticed the newer models have less AirWatts than previous models, such as the one I have at home (DC33). I was thinking of buying the misses a new one but will they be as efficient suction wise? Thanks.

Sainsburys have this model on offer in store for £199.99, so new with 5 year warranty instead of 2 - someone has posted a deal for it. Shame trade in is no longer on.

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1apple

A friend of mine works in a recycling yard = rubbish tip to you and me, … A friend of mine works in a recycling yard = rubbish tip to you and me, he said "Dyson are the most disposed of them all"


That's just people's mentality at fault these days, doesn't work? Throw it away. I refurbish Dysons at home and all can be repaired and not at great expense.

you can also get your old dyson fully refurbished for a flat fee of £75 I think. We had it done on ours and they replaced virtually everything apart from the motor.

ticket1

No I used to work for a large company and it was Vax that broke down most … No I used to work for a large company and it was Vax that broke down most for customers


This is true in 2 years vax have replaced our's over 6 times! the dyson we have has only had a problem once and dyson were quick to fix it.

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jordanc93

This is true in 2 years vax have replaced our's over 6 times! the dyson … This is true in 2 years vax have replaced our's over 6 times! the dyson we have has only had a problem once and dyson were quick to fix it.



This is very true, with the vax I had I got so fed up waiting for engineers that I decided to just bin it even though it had years of guarantee left. Vax are cheap for a reason, they are cheaply made using the cheapest of materials.

Funnily enough the first hoover I ever bought was a vax, one of those orange wet and dry hoovers. It is still working as my workshop hoover and I bought that one 25 years ago. Every one i have had since have not lasted six months before breaking down.

Edited by: "Argoj" 15th Apr 2015

1apple

A friend of mine works in a recycling yard = rubbish tip to you and me, … A friend of mine works in a recycling yard = rubbish tip to you and me, he said "Dyson are the most disposed of them all"[quote=1apple]A friend of mine works in a recycling yard = rubbish tip to you and me, he said "Dyson are the most disposed of them all"



Might have something to do with they sell more than any other brand.

Had our Dyson for 5 years trouble free (and counting)

Got ours yesterday, as good as new, cellophane on it etc etc, not a mark on it. Had Vax previously and had Dyson DC04 before that (which we still have in the garage, still working!) Vax not a patch on the Dyson and the new one is even better (it should be though!!!)

ayeup1

Cold as this vacuum is no match on a Henry/Sebo/FilterQueen. I have used … Cold as this vacuum is no match on a Henry/Sebo/FilterQueen. I have used several vacuums in recent years and this model of Dyson is **** poor at maintaining suction. They claim no loss but as the filter clogs up, suction thus reduces, which is rather ironic given they claimed to have fixed the suction issue only then to go on and release the DC54 Cinetic which again doesn't suffer any loss of suction...... get what you pay for




Many, including me, are reconfirming that this is a deal not a review site. You are voting cold because you don't like the product... surely you should be only voting cold because of the deal???

Maybe lots go to the rubbish top because they sell so many and mkt leaders by far Doh

richgo

Many, including me, are reconfirming that this is a deal not a review … Many, including me, are reconfirming that this is a deal not a review site. You are voting cold because you don't like the product... surely you should be only voting cold because of the deal???



Yes its a deal site, that much I agree. Even then this vacuum is seriously bad value for money, there is nothing special about Dysons, they are the Apple of the vacuum market. The other thing is regularly Vax has these warehouse clearing sales selling their top model vacuums as a much cheaper price. Their top range vacuums have much better suction which also lasts, and generally come with a 5 year guarrantee...these are also refurbished.

I could go on all day about this, however people get so caught up on bagless vacuums its viewed they are more hygenic which couldn't be further from the truth.

Anyway my point still stands this is a crap deal!
Edited by: "ayeup1" 15th Apr 2015

Original Poster

ayeup1

Yes its a deal site, that much I agree. Even then this vacuum is … Yes its a deal site, that much I agree. Even then this vacuum is seriously bad value for money, there is nothing special about Dysons, they are the Apple of the vacuum market. The other thing is regularly Vax has these warehouse clearing sales selling their top model vacuums as a much cheaper price. Their top range vacuums have much better suction which also lasts, and generally come with a 5 year guarrantee...these are also refurbished.I could go on all day about this, however people get so caught up on bagless vacuums its viewed they are more hygenic which couldn't be further from the truth.Anyway my point still stands this is a crap deal!



Everyone is entitled to an opinion. But you should only vote cold if you can find this product cheaper than the deal price. If you cannot then do not vote cold, your opinion as to the quality of the product is not wanted or needed. If you wish to knock a product go find a product review site to do it. Or if you really want to vent then there is always the misc section you could use.

Edited by: "Argoj" 15th Apr 2015

ayeup1

Yes its a deal site, that much I agree. Even then this vacuum is … Yes its a deal site, that much I agree. Even then this vacuum is seriously bad value for money, there is nothing special about Dysons, they are the Apple of the vacuum market. The other thing is regularly Vax has these warehouse clearing sales selling their top model vacuums as a much cheaper price. Their top range vacuums have much better suction which also lasts, and generally come with a 5 year guarrantee...these are also refurbished.I could go on all day about this, however people get so caught up on bagless vacuums its viewed they are more hygenic which couldn't be further from the truth.Anyway my point still stands this is a crap deal!



so you're saying that a bagged vacuum is more hygienic?

please tell me how?

Argoj

Everyone is entitled to an opinion. But you should only vote cold if you … Everyone is entitled to an opinion. But you should only vote cold if you can find this product cheaper than the deal price. If you cannot then do not vote cold, your opinion as to the quality of the product is not wanted or needed. If you wish to knock a product go find a product review site to do it. Or if you really want to vent then there is always the misc section you could use.



How I vote like anyone else is a personal choice, I am not going to be strongarmed into either neutral or positive comments relating to any "deal". Why on earth do we come on here if not to offer comment on a good deal or not, maybe even suggesting an equivalent alternative if there is one? It comes with the package on here, if I suggest as I did one an SSHD 1TB drive for around £80, at the time I thought it was good value. However many pointed out it was cheaper buying and SSD and HDD separately. The deal is crap, for similar money or less you can get better models from Vax, Numatic, even Hoover! Get your knickers in a twist all you want, Dysons nowadays offer a poor return on investment.

dannyjones106

so you're saying that a bagged vacuum is more hygienic?please tell me how?



Depends on the vacuum however....

hoover.co.uk/sma…rs/

Briefly explains just a little bit of the difference, short end of it bag based vacuums are cleaner and more hygenic, they also remove more allergens from the carpert/upholstery and air. If you use a paper bag for your vacuum then you won't get that filtration, for instance the Henry I have has these "hepa flo" bags, which basically means its synthetic material (I think), it allows for powerful suction even as the bag is full. There are small hole which allows the bag to breath. Similar features are existant on some of the more expensive brands like Sebo or Miele which also offer above hepa filtration, again they don't lose suction as the bags get full. I have had a few vacuum cleaners in my time to know what works best (for me), however I have a friend who has lectured me for the last 7 years or so about the pitfalls of a bagless.

ticket1

No I used to work for a large company and it was Vax that broke down most … No I used to work for a large company and it was Vax that broke down most for customers


. Maybe because Vax has been selling for many years more therefor more old products. Dyson are becoming the apple of vacuum! At least most the R&D is done in UK and taxes paid!

I've had my Dyson ball for 8 years and it's never given me a spot of bother.

Bought one and arrived damaged. Had to arrange Dyson to come and collect and not even able to use it. Cold!

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dargsdargsdargs

Bought one and arrived damaged. Had to arrange Dyson to come and collect … Bought one and arrived damaged. Had to arrange Dyson to come and collect and not even able to use it. Cold!



Was it damaged by the delivery company?

No a part of the unit had snapped and I couldn't attach the head. Disgusting.
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