Dyson DC28c Musclehead £179.99 at ALDI
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Dyson DC28c Musclehead £179.99 at ALDI

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Found 7th Dec 2015
The Dyson DC28c Musclehead (2015) is a full-size Dyson cylinder vacuum with Ball Technology for easy movement. It’s the ideal multi-purpose vacuum, designed for high dust and dirt removal on every floor thanks to a unique Radial Root Cyclone technology that maximises suction power.

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I miss my Dyson since Henry moved in...

I would need a hoover when I move in next summer, is it worth getting now as its cheap? is it a good hoover for this price?

Get an upright vaccuum, these really Burt your back after a while. You tend to end up bending over an idd way while using them.

good find op, heat

Sooperdooperdeal

I miss my Dyson since Henry moved in...


I am thinking of getting a Henry....any good?

andybell79

Get an upright vaccuum, these really Burt your back after a while. You … Get an upright vaccuum, these really Burt your back after a while. You tend to end up bending over an idd way while using them.



I find these better for my back compared to the upright because the hose/wand weighs so little compared to pushing an entire machine around. I prefer the upright for suction on carpets, but cylinder for wood. Must just be down to personal preference!

FYI, dyson sell these for £330 on their own site. This price is a steal.

dyson.co.uk/vac…spx

sc57

I would need a hoover when I move in next summer, is it worth getting now … I would need a hoover when I move in next summer, is it worth getting now as its cheap? is it a good hoover for this price?



It is not a Hoover it is a Dyson. Both are Vacuum Cleaners.

generationz

It is not a Hoover it is a Dyson. Both are Vacuum Cleaners.



Gramma police in force again.

Reooow

I am thinking of getting a Henry....any good?



I use a Henry at work and a Dyson at home. The Dyson is way way better. When we got sold the Henry from Currys the said you actually don't need a vacuum cleaner to clean throughly for work. I didn't understand it but now I do. I must admit the Henry can take a thumping like the do at work. The Dyson works well but do need a filter clean every six months or so as it deep cleans the carpets. Hope that helps

If you have carpet be ready for spend extra 50 quid on another head. Hard work to pick up clothes bobbles. Suction power must be below half otherwise not able to move it. No issues on hard floor.

mariolj

If you have carpet be ready for spend extra 50 quid on another head. Hard … If you have carpet be ready for spend extra 50 quid on another head. Hard work to pick up clothes bobbles. Suction power must be below half otherwise not able to move it. No issues on hard floor.



I agree, turbine head is a must have for carpets.

Choose your vacuum depending on your flooring. Mainly carpet? Then get an upright with a belt driven brush to agitate the pile. If you have mainly hard floors go for a cylinder cleaner. Miele and Sebo suck the most, in the best way possible.

I have both??

Does anyone know if these are in store now? On the web it says Sunday 13th for this offer. I'd imagine they'd go pretty fast at this price.

Tomorrow, just been to store and it seems like I'll have to queue early morning for f***** dyson.

Are these any good for dog hair.
We have a Jack Russell who seems to think it's his mission to cover the house in hair.

Thanks OP. Purchased one of these today, our Miele is still working but has seen better days. Good price for a Dyson with the musclehead tool, first impressions favourable, it is light and easy to use, reasonably quiet. Build doesn't seem as sturdy as the Miele, difficult to say what the reliability in long term use will be. Price seems good, voted hot.

just picked this up for 160 using £20 off voucher and club card vouchers at Tesco direct ....lovely little hoover and very good suction....much better than the wife
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