Dyson DC35 Multi Floor Cordless Vacuum Cleaner + free 2 year parts and labour guarantee £174.99 John Lewis
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Dyson DC35 Multi Floor Cordless Vacuum Cleaner + free 2 year parts and labour guarantee £174.99 John Lewis

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Found 18th Apr 2015
Cheapest I've seen....

The Dyson DC35 Multi Floor is the most powerful lightweight cordless vacuum cleaner. At its heart is the Dyson digital motor – which spins up to three times faster than conventional electric motors and doesn’t generate carbon dust emissions. Like all Dyson vacuum cleaners, DC35 Multi Floor has Root Cyclone™ technology, so it doesn’t lose suction as you clean.
Dyson have designed DC35 for flexible spot cleaning, and it’s suitable for every floor surface. The motorised floor tool uses ultra-fine conductive carbon fibre brushes to remove even fine dust from hard floors. It also has stiff nylon bristles that agitate carpet pile to dislodge and remove ground-in and stubborn dirt. The wand is made from lightweight aluminium – it reaches into high, low and awkward gaps. You can also remove the wand to use DC35 Multi Floor as a handheld for cleaning up spills. In addition, DC35 Multi Floor comes with a combination accessory tool with a wide debris nozzle that picks up crumbs and large particles, converting to a brush tool for dusting. There’s also a crevice tool for cleaning skirting boards, picture rails and in-between furniture.
Other features include:
Dual power mode – 15 mins of high constant suction (13 mins with the motorised floor tool attachment). Or 6 mins on MAX power for more difficult tasks
22.2V lithium-ion battery – releases charge evenly and recharges up to 3 times faster than others
Docking station for convenient storage and recharging

The DC35 Multi Floor includes a free 2 year parts and labour guarantee. You can register the guarantee by post - the form’s in the box - or online.

29 Comments

6 mins for what ? couple of stairs and then charge again again.......

Did you mention the John Lewis 2 Year.......

Oh yea you did

can you use this wired as well? don't dyson offer a warranty with their products as well?

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paza12

can you use this wired as well? don't dyson offer a warranty with their … can you use this wired as well? don't dyson offer a warranty with their products as well?



Cannot be used wired but lasts between 10-15 minutes.

We have a 44 and 59...wouldnt go back to a normal one if you paid me. Seriously. I was one of those doubting Thomas types regarding these, then I used it! Job done. Highly recommend.

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oUkTuRkEyIII

Did you mention the John Lewis 2 Year.......Oh yea you did


Pretty pointless as these come with a dyson 2 year warranty

Heat from me. Don't miss my old Hoover at all. I've now got two of these. One for upstairs and one for downstairs. Both are also used for our cars. Very powerful and so so easy to get out and clean when ever needed. Lightweight and brilliant for elderly too. I also picked up extra attachments cheaply from Argos.

Q/ Why buy a heavy, corded Miele Dynamic U1 Hepa Allergy Powerline Vacuum Cleaner, that will bring up the pile on most carpets like new for the next 10-20 years, with excellent agitation, dust extraction, whose self sealing, dust compacting filtered bags don't require frequent emptying, nor cause the vacuum to prematurely loose suction (until nearly full), when you can buy a lightweight, manoeuvrable, powerful cordless Dyson with excellent suction but poor carpet agitation, that is easy to throw away when the lithium batteries fail just outside Dysons 2 year warranty?
A/ Miele's are too expensive for poor people, but Dyson's are(nt) affordable on benefits.

Edited by: "Vegelen" 19th Apr 2015

I have one of these. It is brilliant. It's only 6 minutes on the boost function which I never use. Otherwise it's 20 mins and as it always sits on its holder it's always charging anyway.

I use mine for the stairs and all the little nooks and crannies where cobwebs gather. It also goes nicely under the dining table without shifting chairs all the time ;o)

It does need emptying fairly regularly because it only has a small capacity to keep the weight down but that doesn't take much doing either.

Excellent vacuum for a decent price, good find OP!

upforthedeal

Pretty pointless as these come with a dyson 2 year warranty


nope pretty sure these are only one year warranty

The only thing I don't get was how there was another cordless vac (Vax?) posted for about £25 a few weeks back, how can Dyson justify the enormous difference in price?

Please educate me...

I haven't used one of these.
Does it really have enough "suck" to clean carpets properly? I struggle to see how a battery powered unit could be any where near as powerful as a mains unit.
I want to like these - but just need some convincing.

Aren't these the ones that regularly sell for sub £100, plus they're the older model as the newer one sucks for longer

Maybe selling off cheaper because of the new V6 models.

Can anyone tell me what the difference is between this and the Animal models (e.g. DC44)?

F4STFORW4RD

The only thing I don't get was how there was another cordless vac (Vax?) … The only thing I don't get was how there was another cordless vac (Vax?) posted for about £25 a few weeks back, how can Dyson justify the enormous difference in price?Please educate me...


The Vax was sold at an economic loss to clear stock.
Anyone that believes a vacuum can be manufactured & sold profitably for £25, needs to stop smokin' Ganja.




Edited by: "Vegelen" 19th Apr 2015

tspill

I haven't used one of these.Does it really have enough "suck" to clean … I haven't used one of these.Does it really have enough "suck" to clean carpets properly? I struggle to see how a battery powered unit could be any where near as powerful as a mains unit.I want to like these - but just need some convincing.

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It's still an enormous difference in price.

tspill

I haven't used one of these.Does it really have enough "suck" to clean … I haven't used one of these.Does it really have enough "suck" to clean carpets properly? I struggle to see how a battery powered unit could be any where near as powerful as a mains unit.I want to like these - but just need some convincing.


Excessive suction doesn't clean carpets - effective agitation combined with suction does.
Effective Hepa filtering is also important to ensure dust extracted isn't pumped back into the room.
Don't go crying to mummy when you realise some lightweight, lithium powered super vac, designed by self referencing vacuum design engineers, marketed by an eloquent, articulate, posh looking silver haired gent, isn't always as effective or reliable long term as the manufacturers claim.
If you want a high quality, reliable, effective upright carpet cleaner that agitates as well as it sucks - Miele's "immer besser" slogan still holds true.
NB: Miele U1 Dynamic Allergy Upright Vacuums aren't suitable for old, infirm, people, or those with very small houses with small cluttered spaces, as these vacs are difficult to manoeuvre & heavy.








Edited by: "Vegelen" 19th Apr 2015

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y_am_I_buying_this

nope pretty sure these are only one year warranty


Nope got two year warranty with dyson!

Vegelen

Excessive suction doesn't clean carpets - effective agitation combined … Excessive suction doesn't clean carpets - effective agitation combined with suction does.Effective Hepa filtering is also important to ensure dust extracted isn't pumped back into the room.Don't go crying to mummy when you realise some lightweight, lithium powered super vac, designed by self referencing vacuum design engineers, marketed by an eloquent, articulate, posh looking silver haired gent, isn't always as effective or reliable long term as the manufacturers claim.If you want a high quality, reliable, effective upright carpet cleaner that agitates as well as it sucks - Miele's "immer besser" slogan still holds true.NB: Miele U1 Dynamic Allergy Upright Vacuums aren't suitable for old, infirm, people, or those with very small houses with small cluttered spaces, as these vacs are difficult to manoeuvre & heavy.



We bought a Miele compact vacuum cleaner recently, it was significantly better than the Dyson compact which it replaced and also significantly cheaper. That's when I started wondering whether Dysons are actually worth the money. If Dysons were manufactured in the UK it probably wouldn't bother me so much - but they're not.

Good price but these machines are very poor

Vegelen

Q/ Why buy a heavy, corded Miele Dynamic U1 Hepa Allergy Powerline Vacuum … Q/ Why buy a heavy, corded Miele Dynamic U1 Hepa Allergy Powerline Vacuum Cleaner, that will bring up the pile on most carpets like new for the next 10-20 years, with excellent agitation, dust extraction, whose self sealing, dust compacting filtered bags don't require frequent emptying, nor cause the vacuum to prematurely loose suction (until nearly full), when you can buy a lightweight, manoeuvrable, powerful cordless Dyson with excellent suction but poor carpet agitation, that is easy to throw away when the lithium batteries fail just outside Dysons 2 year warranty?A/ Miele's are too expensive for poor people, but Dyson's are(nt) affordable on benefits.


You need to understand the basic fact that different products are made for different usage.
Just because both products are vacuum cleaners doesn't mean they are made for same functionality.
This Dyson is cordless and portable,it's ideal for a small flat or a bedsit or studio flat.
That Miele is huge in size in comparison,is corded,takes much more space and is not nowhere near as practical for such small spaces.
This Dyson is not suitable for larger homes at all,but for a quick clean up of a bedroom,or for cleaning a bedsit/studio flat it's absolutely amazing and far more practical than any full sized or even small cylinder vacuum cleaners.
Also there is no reason for the battery to die after 2 years.during the 2 years it is covered by waranty,after that if battery dies,replacements are available for under £30.


Edited by: "Tequila" 19th Apr 2015

Mjm9691

6 mins for what ? couple of stairs and then charge again again.......


6 minutes is for boost charge mode,normal mode is over 15 minutes.
Again it's made for cleaning small places.like a studio flat or bedsit.15 minutes is more than enough.even 6 minutes will do.

I had one of these, the first generation purple one, used it for a year then gave it away, it was great but for the vacuuming i did it was easier getting the Dyson ball out. It is a brilliant machine, my sister uses it a lot.

I just bought the Dyson DC44 from Argos for £199 if people are thinking of getting one. Sure it's a little pricier than this one however Argos are also throwing in an accessory kit worth £50 (probably not worth £50 but that's what it cost to buy!) so may be a better option if you also want this...

Also came with a 2 year warranty.

Zuulan

Maybe selling off cheaper because of the new V6 models.Can anyone tell me … Maybe selling off cheaper because of the new V6 models.Can anyone tell me what the difference is between this and the Animal models (e.g. DC44)?



We bought the DC44 last week. It basically lasts for 5more minutes and it is better for pet hair.

Bought yesterday DC59 for £199.99 from Sainsburys Store

£129.99 in sainsburys
dyson deal


Edited by: "boredmark" 21st Apr 2015
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