DYSON DC30 Bagless Handheld Vacuum Cleaner currys £116.97 @ currys + possible quidco
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DYSON DC30 Bagless Handheld Vacuum Cleaner currys £116.97 @ currys + possible quidco

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The DC30 Bagless Handheld Vacuum Cleaner from Dyson is rechargeable and boasts high performance when it matters.

Thanks to a powerful 14.8V battery pack, this Dyson cleaner has enough suction to satisfy the most demanding of users. And at just 1.2 kg, the Dyson DC-30 is extremely easy to carry and use.

A selection of onboard tools plus the ability to clean hard floors like parquet and linoleum means there's not much that can stop the clever Dyson DC30 Bagless Handheld Vacuum Cleaner.

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I have one of these. They are quite decent for little jobs, but as a full battery charge only gives 6 mins of cleaning time, its no good for larger areas.

Another overpriced Dyson product. I'd like to support the home product (even if they're not made here) but they're simply poor value.

Besford

Another overpriced Dyson product. I'd like to support the home product … Another overpriced Dyson product. I'd like to support the home product (even if they're not made here) but they're simply poor value.



They're pricey but they're very good - no comparison at all to normal hand vacs. We've got the older hand held model, and it's still better than the Hoover upright full-power hoover that we got rid of.
Edited by: "panddda" 29th Nov 2011

So are these better than B&D dustbusters where the battery tends to die just after the guarantee runs out

Is there an option to plug it in and run it from mains or is it battery only? If so, how quick is the recharge?

-BA-

Is there an option to plug it in and run it from mains or is it battery … Is there an option to plug it in and run it from mains or is it battery only? If so, how quick is the recharge?


Runs off battery only

Battery only but recharges in about 90 mins

got the dc16 handheld, 3 years and still going strong . cleans the car in one charge.

I know its not like for like because its not battery operated, but anyone in the hunt for a good handheld should look at the electrolux Z61A

electrical123.com/pro…eed

On the gadget show It beat the Dyson Animal DC34 in their round up of the best handheld vacuums.
It gets 5 star reviews everywhere,

Its also only £39.99

I've had 3 so-called premium dustbusters, all costing over £40. They've all let me down, not powerful enough. I've had this Dyson for years and it is FANTASTIC! Buy it! (I paid only £100 though)

Agree with first post. I bought one of these a while back - mainly due to the brand - but was really disappointed with the length of cleaning time a fully charged battery gives you and the standard of clean. Simply not up to the job, in spite of the Dyson name.

Best hand vac's by far.

These are brilliant and actually worth the price!

Perfect for the car aswell - pick up everything including stones
Edited by: "simba2585" 30th Nov 2011

These are fantastic. Tried cheaper ones but they're just not powerful enough. Shame you only get 6 mins at full charge but wouldn't be without mine

I hope they're better made than they used to be. Last Dyson I owned (a few years ago) lasted about 16 months then packed up. Dyson wanted £80 labour + parts to repair it so told them to get stuffed, bought a Henry for £75, which is still going strong with no problems at all. Heat added anyway for the price.

its quite a nice little hover for portability... but

trust me... does not do a car in one charge!
was a bit useless in that sense! would rather get the full hover out on a extension lead and do a FULL job then a half a job!

plus... I only paid £20 for my VAX (most powerful model) and this sucks (literary) compared to that.

Terrible battery life which is a huge let down on this. Shame as a fairly decent product otherwise.

emso

I hope they're better made than they used to be. Last Dyson I owned (a … I hope they're better made than they used to be. Last Dyson I owned (a few years ago) lasted about 16 months then packed up. Dyson wanted £80 labour + parts to repair it so told them to get stuffed, bought a Henry for £75, which is still going strong with no problems at all. Heat added anyway for the price.



You should have taken advantage of the two year guarantee on handhelds! OOPS (or troll)

dyson.co.uk/sup…asp

The animal version is brilliant for cat hair...

The suction on this is rubbish compared to my 18v Black+Decker dustbuster. My sister has the Dyson and was showing it off to me, but I could hardly feel any suction - the Black and Decker is almost as strong as my main vacuum!

believe me all the posts about other vacs not being powerful enough. I've had a dyson animal vacuum and the Electrolux is equal maybe even better suction. If you don't mind it not being cordless then save your money.

I thought I’d seen one of these before!
[scene from Top Secret] youtube.com/wat…YQk

Great product, absolutely love mine

le_jaeger

You should have taken advantage of the two year guarantee on handhelds! … You should have taken advantage of the two year guarantee on handhelds! OOPS (or troll)http://www.dyson.co.uk/support/guarantee.asp



My Dyson wasn't a handheld unfortunately. I meant to say, 'I hope Dysons are better made than they used to be....'

PS. Thanks, but no I'm not a troll just because I had a negative experience with something.:(

Edited by: "emso" 30th Nov 2011

Bagless whos gona do the hoovering then ?


HAHA had to be done

emso

My Dyson wasn't a handheld unfortunately. I meant to say, 'I hope Dysons … My Dyson wasn't a handheld unfortunately. I meant to say, 'I hope Dysons are better made than they used to be....'PS. Thanks, but no I'm not a troll just because I had a negative experience with something.:(



If it wasn't a handheld then surely it would have had a 5 year warranty?

Would strongly reccomend the extra £30 to be spent and to get the DC34 which features a 15minute battery life. Or 6 minutes of high power at 70% more suction. Far better all round model

emso

My Dyson wasn't a handheld unfortunately. I meant to say, 'I hope Dysons … My Dyson wasn't a handheld unfortunately. I meant to say, 'I hope Dysons are better made than they used to be....'PS. Thanks, but no I'm not a troll just because I had a negative experience with something.:(



Then you would have had a 5 year warranty and I'm guessing you either didn't go to Dyson directly, and some repair shop was trying to con you, or you didn't bother keeping the receipt (your fault).

panddda

If it wasn't a handheld then surely it would have had a 5 year warranty?



One year is definitely what it had at the time, don't know when they started introducing 5 year warranties, but must have been after I bought mine.

(Rather wish I'd never said anything now, but I remember at the time a couple of friends mentioning that they'd had similar experiences of Dysons packing up very soon after their 1 year warranty period - lets just assume that Dysons are now fine and leave it at that, shall we?)

Bought one of these last week and on the way home was attacked by a large dog which I beat off with the vacuum cleaner......boy was I dyson with death......dog dead!X)

emso

One year is definitely what it had at the time, don't know when they … One year is definitely what it had at the time, don't know when they started introducing 5 year warranties, but must have been after I bought mine.(Rather wish I'd never said anything now, but I remember at the time a couple of friends mentioning that they'd had similar experiences of Dysons packing up very soon after their 1 year warranty period - lets just assume that Dysons are now fine and leave it at that, shall we?)



You're going to have to backtrack a bit further, because it's been a very long time (ever?) that Dyson's have had a warranty period of anything less than 2 years.

If like me you are struggling to find a local store with stock amazon have the white one at the same price with free delivery & you can get a few nectar points!
amazon.co.uk/Dys…8-2

Is this the same as this - hotukdeals.com/dea…943 ?

Seems to have been much cheaper almost two years ago?

Do Argos price match these? I have Xmas vouchers so need to use them up.
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