Dyson DC34 with free tools worth £56 £129.99 @ Argos
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Dyson DC34 with free tools worth £56 £129.99 @ Argos

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Found 1st Sep 2013
£129.99 for the Hoover but look under the special offers and can also get free tools worth £56

also Dyson animal argos.co.uk/sta…htm £152.00 with free tools

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dyson are cheapo over priced over rated plastic s--te have always have been dont see what people see in them,but thats just my opinion ,i have always said dyson got the idea from watching one of the, old this old house programs from the states

mmachine

dyson are cheapo over priced over rated plastic s--te have always have … dyson are cheapo over priced over rated plastic s--te have always have been dont see what people see in them,but thats just my opinion ,i have always said dyson got the idea from watching one of the, old this old house programs from the states



4.5 out of 142 reviews amazon
4.5+ out of 74 reviews on argos

I don't own one, but those are pretty impressive marks for something that is s--te...

Please note that the tool kit set can be gotten from amazon for ~£25 (sometimes as low as £20)
amazon.co.uk/Dys…son

mmachine

dyson are cheapo over priced over rated plastic s--te have always have … dyson are cheapo over priced over rated plastic s--te have always have been dont see what people see in them,but thats just my opinion ,i have always said dyson got the idea from watching one of the, old this old house programs from the states



You're wrong................they're very very good.

If you can refer to a dyson product as cheap you clearly have never owned one. They are always impeccably designed and great to use. I find their price points initially expensive but ultimately the longevity of the products life works out to no actual cost saving on a cheap £50 vacuum

I have a dyson and would buy again without hesitating a carpet in my house I had to get on my hands and knees with my old 1400w hoover to clean it use to be like a 'work out' with the dyson so so much easier. I wish people wouldn't comment on something they no little about or have had no experience in using to see the difference!

Have had dysons in the past lasted for a long time but when i replaced went for a bagless hoover and have regretted it ever since. They are worth the extra money or at least they were the last time i had one.
Edited by: "timlee79" 2nd Sep 2013

mmachine

dyson are cheapo over priced over rated plastic s--te have always have … dyson are cheapo over priced over rated plastic s--te have always have been dont see what people see in them,but thats just my opinion ,i have always said dyson got the idea from watching one of the, old this old house programs from the states



Agree about the overrated bit but they're also expensive. We paid £170 for a hand held last year and it's the biggest waste of money ever. 9 minutes usage before needing to be recharged and only useful for picking up pet hairs from tiled or hard floors.
The wife loves it but I just can't see why.

Dyson's are good and were innovative. However the short usage times before a long re-charge is a pain.

Original Poster

cthisi

£119 instore at tesco



but you don't get the free tools

Note: Just noticed the free tools offer ends TODAY!!

bought one for cleaning the car, cleaned the boot and it ran out!

sent it back. 7-9 minute run time is a bit of a joke tbh.

mmachine

dyson are cheapo over priced over rated plastic s--te have always have … dyson are cheapo over priced over rated plastic s--te have always have been dont see what people see in them,but thats just my opinion ,i have always said dyson got the idea from watching one of the, old this old house programs from the states



I'm not sure how you can say that. It's clearly worked well in vacuuming up all your fullstops!

See how they've changed price after the coupon expired! Very crafty, just hope it gets even cheaper then may consider

What tools do you get?? I would want the long wand otherwise you be cleaning on all 4s only!.

only toolkit on Argos o found is this one argos.co.uk/m/s…htm

mmachine

dyson are cheapo over priced over rated plastic s--te have always have … dyson are cheapo over priced over rated plastic s--te have always have been dont see what people see in them,but thats just my opinion ,i have always said dyson got the idea from watching one of the, old this old house programs from the states



BULLSH** Mr. HAN-MAN! you come right out of a comic book...

I have the dc34 animal and its a fab piece of kit,bought it to use on my stairs plus the car. Can get 15min use out of it which is more than enough.
The motorised attachment is great too.

Well it sucks as it should, only thing that is not great on these is the battery life.

tommyt

Well it sucks as it should, only thing that is not great on these is the … Well it sucks as it should, only thing that is not great on these is the battery life.



I have a spare battery which is handy. I did however muck up the last one as I used to recharge it after every use even if not needed.
Was told by dyson to only charge it when it runs out(ooops) I now do that and the two batteries I have now are fine,they both last the 15 mins.
Edited by: "takethatfan1978" 2nd Sep 2013

Unless the tools include a cordless drill and jigsaw I'll stick to my £30 Asda Genie thanks.

Love dysons but not this.Battery life is so bad its almost pointless.Took mine back

Love dyson, can't beat them

As said before Extension lead and big dyson thats how to hoover the car
Edited by: "ginno78" 2nd Sep 2013

Our Dyson Handheld is rubbish, paid £170 for it and regret it.

charge doesn't last long and forever unclogging parts. AT best this is a high end overpriced car vac.

Why it has so many good reviews I have no idea.

mmachine

dyson are cheapo over priced over rated plastic s--te have always have … dyson are cheapo over priced over rated plastic s--te have always have been dont see what people see in them,but thats just my opinion ,i have always said dyson got the idea from watching one of the, old this old house programs from the states



How many of these have you actually owned? Some people are so full of stupid options on things they have never owned and I'm guessing you are probably one of those people. Wind your neck in!

I got one of these (the older model) still going strong. Leave it on charge, you get 3 to 4 minutes of runtime. Ideal for car, or occasional spills. I prefer Miele for proper hovering, but these are great for those little mishaps or the car.

Contrary to Blacbanana, my experience is that you just flick the bottom open and tip the dust/crud in the bin.
Once in about 2 years I've cleaned the thing proper just rinse the filter and gasket part under a tap.

I like it anyway.

mmachine

dyson are cheapo over priced over rated plastic s--te have always have … dyson are cheapo over priced over rated plastic s--te have always have been dont see what people see in them,but thats just my opinion ,i have always said dyson got the idea from watching one of the, old this old house programs from the states



What exactly on This Old House gave Janes Dyson the idea for his products? I'm really keen to understand the link as I love that show.

The Shopper

How many of these have you actually owned? Some people are so full of … How many of these have you actually owned? Some people are so full of stupid options on things they have never owned and I'm guessing you are probably one of those people. Wind your neck in!

yep you are spot on in the fact i have never owned one,simple reason have seen the ones my relatives have bought and lived to regret it,went to fix one and could not believe how cheap and nasty the plastic was,but hey if your prepared to buy em then go for it

these are terrible 3 or 4 minutes of use from a full charge. a pile of crap. I know a lot of people like Dyson as do I, but 4 mins of hoovering from a full charge is absolutely the pits.

If you don't want the toolkit then it is also available at Tesco for £120

M Machine, surely if you went to repair a Dyson for a family member it would still be covered under the 2 year warranty on the handhelds, if it wasn't a handheld the vacuums come with a 5 year warranty so it must have been a very old machine

Banned

£129.99 for the Hoover ? WTF ?

Still got our original one DC02 I think. Must be 15 years old. Has 2 younger siblings too ;-) Good machines.

Reserved one of these to pick up tomorrow, will they honour the reserved offer or will I not get the free tool kit?

blackbanana118

Our Dyson Handheld is rubbish, paid £170 for it and regret it.charge … Our Dyson Handheld is rubbish, paid £170 for it and regret it.charge doesn't last long and forever unclogging parts. AT best this is a high end overpriced car vac.Why it has so many good reviews I have no idea.

+1
. luckily I got mine for tesco price promise vouchers during the big glitch. ifi hadn't it would have gone back. overrated sh ite. it just has no decent suction. Henry to the rescue.

The Shopper

M Machine, surely if you went to repair a Dyson for a family member it … M Machine, surely if you went to repair a Dyson for a family member it would still be covered under the 2 year warranty on the handhelds, if it wasn't a handheld the vacuums come with a 5 year warranty so it must have been a very old machine

if they came with a lifetime warranty i would not buy one,simple reason is they would spend more time being repaired than being used,but thats just my opinion,if you really like dysons then go for it

goldmax

£129.99 for the Hoover ? WTF ?

my thoughts exactly

If it's only worth £56 and Argos are selling for £129. How is this a bargain?

mmachine

dyson are cheapo over priced over rated plastic s--te have always have … dyson are cheapo over priced over rated plastic s--te have always have been dont see what people see in them,but thats just my opinion ,i have always said dyson got the idea from watching one of the, old this old house programs from the states



Dyson got the idea for his 'dual-cyclone' vacuum cleaner in the 1970's- A local sawmill caught James’ eye. Under cover of dark he sketched the timber yard’s giant cyclone. It spun sawdust out of the air, collecting it in a chamber. When the extractor fan in his Ballbarrow factory paint room kept getting clogged, Dyson replaced it with a cyclone tower based on the one he spotted at the sawmill. Then, when removing the clogged bag of his domestic vacuum cleaner at home, he realised he could use the same technology to improve on its poor design.

But having an idea and turning it into an actual working product wasn't just 'luck'- it took Dyson 5 years and 5,127 prototypes to realise his goal. It took another 10 years before the first Dyson-branded machine went on sale

Applying the 'dual-cyclone' concept to improve the vacuum was literally the biggest breakthrough in vacuum cleaner technology since their original invention. Dyson shopped his new design around- Uninterested in the new technology and wedded to vacuum bags (worth £250 million every year), major manufacturers turned James and his invention away.

goliath

Dyson got the idea for his 'dual-cyclone' vacuum cleaner in the 1970's- A … Dyson got the idea for his 'dual-cyclone' vacuum cleaner in the 1970's- A local sawmill caught James’ eye. Under cover of dark he sketched the timber yard’s giant cyclone. It spun sawdust out of the air, collecting it in a chamber. When the extractor fan in his Ballbarrow factory paint room kept getting clogged, Dyson replaced it with a cyclone tower based on the one he spotted at the sawmill. Then, when removing the clogged bag of his domestic vacuum cleaner at home, he realised he could use the same technology to improve on its poor design. But having an idea and turning it into an actual working product wasn't just 'luck'- it took Dyson 5 years and 5,127 prototypes to realise his goal. It took another 10 years before the first Dyson-branded machine went on saleApplying the 'dual-cyclone' concept to improve the vacuum was literally the biggest breakthrough in vacuum cleaner technology since their original invention. Dyson shopped his new design around- Uninterested in the new technology and wedded to vacuum bags (worth £250 million every year), major manufacturers turned James and his invention away.

thanx goliath for clearing up where he got the idea from,but as you say getting the idea is one thing,then converting it to main manufacture is something else
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