Dyson DC30 only £99.99 at Aldi from 29 October.
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Dyson DC30 only £99.99 at Aldi from 29 October.

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LocalFound 21st Oct 2015
Aldi's special buys magazine is promoting the Dyson DC30 handheld vacuum cleaner. They should be in all stores across the country next Thursday (29th October). Great price at £99.99. Includes a 2 year warranty.
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That's a great price, tesco selling these for £169. Thanks OP!
can u buy the wand seperate for these?
Nice one good find . Cheers for the info
i've been reading up on the dyson handhelds a bit recently cuz i'd like a smaller one & this one only runs for 6 mins and is meant for spot cleaning-personally i'd rather pay the extra £70 to get 15/20 mins use. just a warning to anyone excleaning it to be a 'proper' dyson!
jamatoke

can u buy the wand seperate for these?



By the time you bought the wand you may as well of bought a dyson refurbished dc35 off eBay for about £140.
Isn't this the one that only lasts about 6 minutes ?
blue1971

Isn't this the one that only lasts about 6 minutes ?



15 mins on normal power.
6 mins on max power.
JAMAL

By the time you bought the wand you may as well of bought a dyson … By the time you bought the wand you may as well of bought a dyson refurbished dc35 offeBay for about £140.


No wand fits this model and it is very old technology now,Dc35 would be a better buy.
Reviews aren't great for this one.
Might have to get one at that price.
Apple vacuum cleaner...
We're have they got these from? old stock! and only run for max of 6 minutes at best? You can keep this the two models after this are much better. I think you get what you pay for and being a Dyson there's a reason it's cheap.
Bought one last time and promptly took back .6 mins real time usage was complete waste of time. spends most of its time plugged in charging .
ezzer72

Apple vacuum cleaner...


I think a leaf blower would be a more appropriate size for apples.
I disagree with the haters. If you want a hand held vacuum, this is fine. Suction is what you would expect from a Dyson. It only lasts 6 minutes but if you're only picking little bits up or doing the car this is ideal. It's not a vacuum for doing all the house.
6 mins is low, i've got a DC34 ( so better model) that's now a few years old, but i wouldn't be without it.
Quick clean up after the kids at dinner time before the dog gets it, or that odd sugar/flour spillage, it saves me getting the big hoover out, and a dustpan and brush wouldn't get it all.
For specific jobs, it's brilliant. For top to bottom cleaning of the house? Definately not.
This is a very outdated model as they are now up to the V6 series of which is equal to the DC59 models. I would highly recommend saving the disappointment and going for a standard V6. More suction power thanks to the V6 motor, comes with the wand and the motorised cleaning head and the battery lasts up to a more useful 20 mins.
jamatoke

can u buy the wand seperate for these?



Yes you can buy them from any Dyson spares store. Also you can pick up the wall mount too...
Mongler007

This is a very outdated model as they are now up to the V6 series of … This is a very outdated model as they are now up to the V6 series of which is equal to the DC59 models. I would highly recommend saving the disappointment and going for a standard V6. More suction power thanks to the V6 motor, comes with the wand and the motorised cleaning head and the battery lasts up to a more useful 20 mins.



Yes, but how much is a v6 model?
get vac
You'll clean up with this deal
If you can afford a bit more it's probably worth holding out till the black Friday sales. Dyson will likely reduce the dc58 which outclasses this model no end!
smala01

Yes you can buy them from any Dyson spares store. Also you can pick up … Yes you can buy them from any Dyson spares store. Also you can pick up the wall mount too...


As mentioned previously you cannot get a wand as they do not fit this model,used to work for Dyson so know all about this model
Thanks, wife's Xmas present sorted.
bought one of these two years ago on offer, probably one of our most used gadgets. Do not be put off by the 6 mins, how often do you spend longer than 6 minutes with a dust pan and brush? It takes seconds to get rid of those piles of dust and food waste that accumulate in the edges and corners each day, then you just put it back in the cupboard. Use it daily, prolly charge once every two weeks. That said, £100 vs a £3 dust pan and brush ? It's an indulgence...
I'm very unhappy with dyson.

I have a handheld model can't remember which one. Within the first year the battery needed replacing which they did under warranty. Then a tiny plastic clip which holds the cyclone assembly to the battery part broke. Just 2 weeks out of warranty. You can't buy the likely 50p plastic clip.... You have to buy a £37 assembly. I bought it. 4 weeks later the battery pack died. Need another £40 part to continue using it.

Considering this machine is used for a few minutes a week, and I paid about £200 for it, it works out a very expensive investment. I have tried to argue the fit for purpose arguement, but they're not interested. I'm going to have to waste my time chasing this up with a formal complaint.

I'm extremely unhappy with them.
It's the dc35 I have
This is great use it most days and got one the last time it was at this price. Very handy and great at getting dog hairs off the sofa.
I have one of these, it's ok for doing the stairs and picking up dry spills but nothing more. I favour Vax's these days having had both over the years.
this will be another case of each store only having 5 available then.

Oh i got the purple one (DC??) and its great - not used the big vacuum for a year now (execpt for the car)
was looking at one of these for doing the car. but seeing as I do the wife's too... which takes a lot more hoovering 6 mins not enough
lockwoodisbored

*have bought...Have.



Clearly nothing better to do.
loubielou1981

That's a great price, tesco selling these for £169. Thanks OP!



This is a one time offer at Aldi and have been in offer at Tesco for as little as £89 with 2 year guarantee and clubcard points
jamatoke

can u buy the wand seperate for these?


Yes you can but be aware, the wand version is a different machine, these aren't the versions that can be used as a portable upright, if thats what you mean. Those ones (typically £250 ish), use the same chassis, have a different, more powerful motor.
dillydilly

bought one of these two years ago on offer, probably one of our most used … bought one of these two years ago on offer, probably one of our most used gadgets. Do not be put off by the 6 mins, how often do you spend longer than 6 minutes with a dust pan and brush? It takes seconds to get rid of those piles of dust and food waste that accumulate in the edges and corners each day, then you just put it back in the cupboard. Use it daily, prolly charge once every two weeks. That said, £100 vs a £3 dust pan and brush ? It's an indulgence...



If you have pets I'd say its almost a necessity!
thugmasta

I have tried to argue the fit for purpose arguement, but they're not … I have tried to argue the fit for purpose arguement, but they're not interested. I'm going to have to waste my time chasing this up with a formal complaint. I'm extremely unhappy with them.


you need to argue this with the retailer NOT the manufacturer unless you bought it direct from Dyson?

With SOGA the first port of call is the retailer.
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thugmasta

I'm very unhappy with dyson.I have a handheld model can't remember which … I'm very unhappy with dyson.I have a handheld model can't remember which one. Within the first year the battery needed replacing which they did under warranty. Then a tiny plastic clip which holds the cyclone assembly to the battery part broke. Just 2 weeks out of warranty. You can't buy the likely 50p plastic clip.... You have to buy a £37 assembly. I bought it. 4 weeks later the battery pack died. Need another £40 part to continue using it.Considering this machine is used for a few minutes a week, and I paid about £200 for it, it works out a very expensive investment. I have tried to argue the fit for purpose arguement, but they're not interested. I'm going to have to waste my time chasing this up with a formal complaint. I'm extremely unhappy with them.



Ask them to whom you need to send the summons for when you lodge your case in the small claims court. That'll stick a rocket under the collective Dyson backside.
K1LLER HORNET

15 mins on normal power.6 mins on max power.



Yep, they're not very useful, and the one we had died after about 6 months. Really awful.
Good price, shame miele don't seem to do one, would be far better no doubt.
100 quid for a vacuum cleaner that lasts 6 minutes? You must have a really small house to get your hoovering done in that time! Good price as it is cheaper but terrible product.
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