Dyson DC35 cordless vacuum cleaner £179 with code plus Cashback plus free £60 tool kit @ Tesco Direct
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Dyson DC35 cordless vacuum cleaner £179 with code plus Cashback plus free £60 tool kit @ Tesco Direct

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Found 5th Apr 2014
This seems like the cheapest price available if you're looking for one of these.

£50 off RRP

Save a further £20 using coupon code td-fg6n

Don't forget 3.67% topcashback ending tomorrow.

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Item details:
For thoroughness, even in hard to reach areas, the cordless D35 multi-floor Dyson Digital Slim™ cleans up.

DC35 multi-floor is designed for effective spot cleaning of every floor type. The motorised floor tool has ultra-fine conductive carbon fibre brushes to remove dust from hard floors, as well as rotating nylon brushes to remove ground-in dirt from carpets. The lightweight detachable wand reaches high, low and into awkward gaps.

Remove the wand and you can use DC35 multi-floor as a handheld for cleaning up spills.

DC35 multi-floor has Dyson’s Root Cyclone™ technology, so it doesn’t lose suction as you clean. It runs off a 22.2V lithium-ion battery, that doesn’t fade during use and recharges up to three times faster.

Bagless technology means the DC35 multi-floor Dyson Digital Slim™ can be emptied at the touch of a button. The Dyson DC35 is fully guaranteed for 2 years.

Update: Topcashback tracked at £5.27 bringing the total cost to £173.73

Don't forget to add this item to your basket for a free clean n tidy tool kit worth £60:

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45 Comments

Great price. Thanks. I picked mine up at argos last week for £199.95. The argos offer included a free tool set which would normally be around £50. I wonder if Tesco are offering the free tool set too?

Original Poster

It comes with a wall mount, motorised brush, telescopic tube and 'crevice tool', but I don't think it comes with all the extras that came with the Argos deal. Picking mine up on Tuesday, and hoping it should be just the tool for a small flat

How long do these last on one charge? I heard the car vac is just 6 minutes.

I'm delighted with mine. It is hard to give a precise answer to how long it lasts as it really depends on how it is being used. I can use it on my stairs, a wee run around the 3 bedrooms and the lounge before it needs to be charged again. I have not needed to use it on Max yet.

Feeble

How long do these last on one charge? I heard the car vac is just 6 … How long do these last on one charge? I heard the car vac is just 6 minutes.



If I remember correctly, 15 minutes on normal mode, and 6 minutes on 'Turbo' mode. Someone correct me if I'm wrong please.

Original Poster

AzNDeals

If I remember correctly, 15 minutes on normal mode, and 6 minutes on … If I remember correctly, 15 minutes on normal mode, and 6 minutes on 'Turbo' mode. Someone correct me if I'm wrong please.



I haven't used one yet, but the advertising blurb says It has a 15 minute run time (13 with the floor tool attached) - or 6 minutes on Boost mode. The spec says it lasts longer than the DC34, although I'm interested to see how it performs in reality. The reviews seem very positive though.

Thanks. Not good enough for me for 180 quid though.

They are brilliant every house should have one very powerful

lumsdot

Its a dyson so expect it to break



Go back to your cave.

I've had two Dysons. Neither have broken.

AzNDeals

If I remember correctly, 15 minutes on normal mode, and 6 minutes on … If I remember correctly, 15 minutes on normal mode, and 6 minutes on 'Turbo' mode. Someone correct me if I'm wrong please.



SERIOUSLY??? Blooming 'eck !! £179 for a maximum 15 minutes use per charge? Stuff that!!

bowlandspoon

Go back to your cave.I've had two Dysons. Neither have broken.



My dc34 was shutting off and flashing a green light, anyway just did a google and they say clean the filter, which i have just done and it now works ok. But i do have an old upright dyson where the plastic parts have all snapped and looking at the forums everyone complains about the okd uprights
Edited by: "lumsdot" 6th Apr 2014

lumsdot

My dc34 was shutting off and flashing a green light, anyway just did a … My dc34 was shutting off and flashing a green light, anyway just did a google and they say clean the filter, which i have just done and it now works ok. But i do have an old upright dyson where the plastic parts have all snapped and looking at the forums everyone complains about the okd uprights



dyson will repair and recondition it in your home for £79

We bought one of these via QVC but sent it back. For following reasons..the timet lasted was approx 8-10 mins as I varied the turbo to normal mode. It is not free standing so you either have to lay it diwn flat or lean it against wall or furniture. It was quite awkward to hold in the hand and you had to almways keep the trigger helld in so if you have any dexterity problems not good. Given the above i didnt feel it was good value for money. There are plenty of other devices on the market that are less than half the price of this is still. We also have the dyson hand held animal which is very sinilar and i dont think i would buy another one.

You're missing the point if you're basing the vfm purely on runtime. You don't use this for big top to bottom cleaning of the whole house. Do one room a day, or a quick once over if you've had people round and the convenience of not hauling a bic vac around, or getting out 20ft of cable are what you're paying for. As an alternative the Samsung flexslim can be had for £90, stands up in its own charger and can be converted into a handheld.

brrr. cold. you could get the dc44 for 199 only a couple of weeks ago.

I love it. It's great for in between big hoover jobs! Great for flooring and catching the edges plus round the units in the kitchen! It's got a holder it hang it up on the wall. Sometimes there's a mess and you can't face getting the Hoover out the cupboard! Love it!

They need to make these able to use straight from the mains(transformer,for the voltage) .So when the battery runs out you can still use it. My dc34 is great, but like most battery things never seems to have enough when you need it!

bowlandspoon

Go back to your cave.I've had two Dysons. Neither have broken.

You must be very lucky. On ebay this morning a quick search of "dyson not working" throws up over two hundred for sale. More than any other make.

Original Poster

It's still the cheapest price out there for this item at this particular time, and by some margin. Isn't that what this site is all about?

My DC35 is still working, I've had it for a year or two.

Dysons are not as well made now they're made abroad, my DC25 animal needed a new motor and wand after 2 years.

very good machine. Best handheld i have had

bradford_dr

dyson will repair and recondition it in your home for £79


Independents may well offer the same service for less - mentioned as I'm currently doing an IT contract with just such a place :).

(If anyone'e in Kent or surroundings counties and want details, feel free to drop me a message.)

And yes, they don't like the new ones - they sell reconditioned models, but not of the foreign made ones.
Also aren't impressed by any of the battery powered ones.

bordonman

You must be very lucky. On ebay this morning a quick search of "dyson not … You must be very lucky. On ebay this morning a quick search of "dyson not working" throws up over two hundred for sale. More than any other make.



That's possibly because unlike most vacuum brands, they have a resale value even if they're faulty, because they're so good and people know that you can get them fixed cheaply. We've had 3 Dyson 'big hoovers' and have one of these - use this almost every day just to run around the middle of the floor and the kitchen, and then get the proper vacuum out when I'm doing proper cleaning, around the edges etc. It's never run out of battery on me yet

panddda

That's possibly because unlike most vacuum brands, they have a resale … That's possibly because unlike most vacuum brands, they have a resale value even if they're faulty, because they're so good and people know that you can get them fixed cheaply. We've had 3 Dyson 'big hoovers' and have one of these - use this almost every day just to run around the middle of the floor and the kitchen, and then get the proper vacuum out when I'm doing proper cleaning, around the edges etc. It's never run out of battery on me yet



Agree, it means 200 people feel there is some value in their broken Dysons. Not many other brands you can say that about. Also worth noting new Dysons have a 5 year warranty no other vacuum cleaners offer that.

bordonman

You must be very lucky. On ebay this morning a quick search of "dyson not … You must be very lucky. On ebay this morning a quick search of "dyson not working" throws up over two hundred for sale. More than any other make.



Wouldn't that be somewhat expected given they've dominated our retail vacuum cleaner market for some time now. In 2012 20% of retail sales were Dysons, the next two biggest manufacturers (Hoover & Vax) combined sold just under that (10% and 8%). If there are so many more of them being sold then any single manufacturer, it would follow that one would see more of them in the second hand and for repairs market.

Moreover, I suspect the market share of the other two is skewed towards the cheaper end of the market. Those are therefore less likely to end up for sale once the warranty has expired, as its so cheap to buy a new one theres little residual value left (bottom end of the consumer market is heading more towards disposable consumer goods).

I rarely see a Bentley being repaired in a garage, but I see lots of Fords. I don't conclude from that Fords are inherently unreliable.

Edited by: "Mentos" 6th Apr 2014

Sphere

SERIOUSLY??? Blooming 'eck !! £179 for a maximum 15 minutes use per … SERIOUSLY??? Blooming 'eck !! £179 for a maximum 15 minutes use per charge? Stuff that!!



15 minutes is actual running time (while you have the button pressed). Consider how long you spend actually vacuuming, not the the time spent getting the cleaner out of the cupboard, plugging it in, moving it to the next socket, moving stuff around to vacuum under, etc. Release the trigger and its not using that running time, so it goes a lot further then you'd think.

As an example my house is 3 floors, approx 6mx11m/floor, hardwood floors throughout with some rugs (obviously there are stairs/walls in that area, but its largely open plan, with 4 large bedrooms). Recently bought a DC59 (for £260 on Debenhams deal after Quidco) and it will comfortably do two floors plus the stairs on a charge and sometimes get through all 3 floors.

Essentially does 95% of our cleaning, as its far easier to use (especially on stairs and for a quick clean), is quicker (no lugging a vacuum around, plugging it in, stopping to unplug it and move it to a closer socket, balancing on stairs, etc) and means we spend less time cleaning as dirty areas (entrance hall, kitchen, etc) are cleaned more often before stuff gets trudged around the rest of the house.

I was very dubious given the cost, but my friend got the DC44 a while back and when I saw it and asked how well it worked for him, it wasn't long before he sold us on it. More then I'd like to spend, but can't say its a purchase I regret.

Edited by: "Mentos" 6th Apr 2014

Add the dyson clean and tidy item to your basket as well and you get this £60 kit free, when you buy the dyson. It has some additional tools in a bag which makes this deal even better. You have to add both items to the basket to activate deal. Hope this helps someone. Item 210-1147.

Banned

Rip off price for a pretty unimpressive looking thing. Paying for the name. doesn't last long either.

The guy who said about Dyson dominating the market is talking nonsense and probably works for Dyson marketing.

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trixabel

Rip off price for a pretty unimpressive looking thing. Paying for the … Rip off price for a pretty unimpressive looking thing. Paying for the name. doesn't last long either.The guy who said about Dyson dominating the market is talking nonsense and probably works for Dyson marketing.Cold



Have you even bothered to look at the reviews of these things? There's hundreds, and the majority are all glowing.

You sound like someone who instantly bashes something expensive because you personally can't afford it, and it's pathetic.

trixabel

Rip off price for a pretty unimpressive looking thing. Paying for the … Rip off price for a pretty unimpressive looking thing. Paying for the name. doesn't last long either.The guy who said about Dyson dominating the market is talking nonsense and probably works for Dyson marketing.Cold



Darn it, 5 years, almost 2k comments, several deals (none about Dyson), handful of posts about Dyson and I've been rumbled. There I was thinking playing the long game was the way to go oO

Perhaps you like looking like a nob, but if not it only takes a couple of clicks/taps of the keyboard (click my profile, google on market share) to check you aren't talking absolute rubbish (pun intended):

uk.finance.yahoo.com/new…tml

I notice all your deals are for Asda. Perhaps you work for them, or maybe they're just the supermarket you use. See not that hard to use your brain!
Edited by: "Mentos" 6th Apr 2014

bowlandspoon

Go back to your cave.I've had two Dysons. Neither have broken.



Dropped our Dyson twice own the stairs and it didnt break. Only ever had to replace a hose in 5 years on one of them.

Original Poster

Frostie8

Add the dyson clean and tidy item to your basket as well and you get this … Add the dyson clean and tidy item to your basket as well and you get this £60 kit free, when you buy the dyson. It has some additional tools in a bag which makes this deal even better. You have to add both items to the basket to activate deal. Hope this helps someone. Item 210-1147.



Great, thanks! I've updated the details. Here is a link to the free kit: tesco.com/dir…prd

I just called Tesco who have added the kit onto my order free

Anyone know how long the Dyson warranty is? Ta.

Wavod

Anyone know how long the Dyson warranty is? Ta.



2 years on cordless (at least thats what it says with mine), think its 5 with corded

Out of stock now

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battery life is quite low (just 6 mins on high power mode / 15 minutes on low power mode),this is a very expensive product,and poor battery life makes it a very average product at best.

a high quality cylinder style vacuum cleaner can be bought for half this price from great brands.or almost same price if you insist on Dyson brand.

some people argue this is good as a second vacuum cleaner in addition to one of those bulky upright vacuum cleaners,but really what you need is a small cylinder style vacuum cleaner.instead of two.
days of those cumbersome upright vacuum cleaners is over,unless you want it for a guest house or hotel.

it could've been be a good deal/great product if battery life was twice.£180 to just get just 6 mins power is a joke even for a cleaning a small flat.




Edited by: "Tequila" 6th Apr 2014

This deal sucks
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