Dyson DC40 Animal / DC28C Bagless Cylinder / Dyson DC40 Multi-floor for £174 at Tesco Direct (Free Click+Collect) - 5 year guarantee
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Dyson DC40 Animal / DC28C Bagless Cylinder / Dyson DC40 Multi-floor for £174 at Tesco Direct (Free Click+Collect) - 5 year guarantee

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Found 16th Sep 2016
To get this price use code TDX-HTNK at checkout. Currently the lowest price for these Dysons.

Dyson Upright Vacuum Cleaner DC40 Animal

- Radial Root Cyclone™ technology captures microscopic dust & dirt particles

- HEPA filtration system

- 1.6L dust bin capacity

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Dyson DC28C Bagless Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner

- Innovative Ball™ technology for greater control

- Radial Root Cyclone™ technology to maximise suction power

- Comes with a dual-mode floor tool

tesco.com/dir…prd

Dyson DC40 Multi-floor Upright Vacuum Cleaner

- Automatically adjusts to every floor type

- Radial Root Cyclone™ technology to maximise suction power

- 1.6L dust capacity with hygienic bin emptying

tesco.com/dir…prd

TCB 1.57% / Quidco 1.5%

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25 Comments

are these good vacuum cleaners plz?

Great price

katestewart9279

are these good vacuum cleaners plz?



​Go for Henry. Larger dust capacity and suction. Even the newer 620watt ones are better.

they're good but I need a HEPA filter.

Thank you! Was looking for a Dyson, just ordered the DC28C and saved £25

katestewart9279

they're good but I need a HEPA filter.


Erm the DC40 comes with HEPA filter

Do not buy one of these for carpets they are appalling and upright is far better this just gets stuck to the carpet and doesn't move .
More designed for hard floors .

I bought one and it's useless for my house still got 4.5 years warranty used once .tesco wouldn't take it back within 28 days .

Dc40 cylinder I'm referring to

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These hoovers are good for a few months but after that they lose there power and not the same anymore .

dc40 animal gets blocked far too often and hence has to be totally taken apart I have done this now 4 times. Despite being named animal it is not fit for purpose as the animal hair blocks the very narrow pipes. Better vacuums out there trust me.

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Mackey25

dc40 animal gets blocked far too often and hence has to be totally taken … dc40 animal gets blocked far too often and hence has to be totally taken apart I have done this now 4 times. Despite being named animal it is not fit for purpose as the animal hair blocks the very narrow pipes. Better vacuums out there trust me.



I don't even have animals and had to take the whole thing apart, including the plastic pipes connecting to the unit, it was an absolute pain getting all the fluff and crap that had blocked up (very poor design) but got the suction back after clearing out the connectors. Wished I had waited to get an offer on an upright

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A fantastic lightweight hoover that does everything you could possibly want! Granted my mum ordered this off my account, but I love it! You realy can hoover the wall like the advert!! The suction control is brilliant, with settings being adaptable to wood flooring, thick carpet, thin carpet etc. It's even handy for cleaning the cars!

Loving all this down voting on dyson as it loses suction after a month.. I know they're bagless but you still need to empty it

Heat

hygienic bin emptying... that's a **** take, the dust goes everywhere. Back into your ruddy face if it's windy!

As far as cleaning performance goes, it's ok should you maintain it and clean the filters and bits and bobs out frequently, not the best but definitely not the worst. I think I bought my 40 about 5 years ago for £300 too.

I'd have been much happier at this price

I watched quite a few vacuum cleaner videos before I bought my new-ish Vax Air 3 (albeit from Amazon Warehouse for around £35!!). One vacuum reviewer on Youtube (though there's many out there) ibaisiac, recommends Sebo or Miele bagged cleaners as he thinks the obsessive cleaners amongst us would be horrified at the mess involved cleaning out bagless vacs.

Build quality is way down nowadays as cheaper cleaners are Chinese-made (but Sebo are an exception and very solidly built, particularly).

He reckons Dyson are overpriced and not built to last. I know my mum often has her Animal upright taken apart and serviced by Dyson!

PS - I will be fair though, although he has little respect for Dyson he is actually complimentary about the performance of the DC40 Multi-Floor, watched his review last night (apparently the Animal is exactly the same but comes with the turbo-tool) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYjdCb4cVms

..I am assuming, of course, that Tesco's DC40 is the 2015 version he's reviewing.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 18th Sep 2016

Gutted - just bought an animal dc40 @ argos today for £199 thinking that was a good deal !!!!!!! Ohhhhhhhhh well!

Awesome thanks. My DC14 Animal packed up last week (bought in 2005), and needed a replacement. Just ordered for store pickup, thanks!

Damn it, the Animal has now sold out

Deals showing as £199 now for those not OOS.
How were you finding the 5 yr guarantee?

back in stock £174 with code TDX-HTNK

Arizolas

Erm the DC40 comes with HEPA filter



​Erm I was talking about the post above mine recommending a henry. I know these have a HEPA filter,jt's in the description!!!!!!!!!

All prices have now gone back up. Was waiting for the animal upright to come back in stock

Code has expired sadly.

Does anyone know when the £199 price ended? I ordered (well a family member ordered it for me) the DC28c on the 24th September & have been charged £300 minus the £25 code. I wasn't sent the email with the price so have only just found out upon receiving my credit card bill. I know I checked the price late night on the 23rd & it was still £199 but can't remember if I checked on the 24th, I know the code expired on the 25th but need to know when the price officially changed to prove the overcharge or else I'm taking it back.
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