Dyson DC44 multifloor cordless vac £179.99 delivered (new with 2yr warranty) @ co-op electrical on Ebay
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Dyson DC44 multifloor cordless vac £179.99 delivered (new with 2yr warranty) @ co-op electrical on Ebay

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Found 9th Oct 2015
The price has dropped by £20 as of today ( I only just bought this model from John lewis for £199.99~last week)!!

The Dyson DC44 Multifloor Cordless Vacuum Cleaner makes cleaning easy.

Perfectly balanced for easy grip handling and effortlessly controlled by a Trigger the Dyson DC44 has been developed for floor to ceiling cleaning. The long reach wand eliminates any difficulty when accessing those hard to reach places.

The Dyson digital motor, fade-free battery and root Cyclone technology combine to ensure that DC44 maintains powerful, constant suction. The motorised floor head with carbon fibre filaments removes fine dust from hard floors whilst the stiff nylon bristles remove ground-in dirt from carpets making no task too tough.

The Dyson DC44 Multifloor provides 20 minutes of constant high suction as well as a boost mode feature that offers 8 minutes of higher suction power for more difficult tasks.
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awesome vacuum!
is this really good as a vacuum?
just bought. been looking for this for a while
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nedford

is this really good as a vacuum?


Hi nedford, I have purchased this model as a gift so haven't as yet given it to the recipient. It has some great reviews, the only negatives tend to be the running time/battery life but i have to say it has never ever been an issue for me at all ~ i find it more than sufficient. I have the dc59 model & usually always use ion the normal setting without the need for the max/boost button (which does shorten the usage time significantly btw) & i live in a fairly large 4 bed house with 4 kids & a dog and would not be without it.
Cheers, grabbed one...need something a bit handier to do quick jobs (and the car...)
nedford

is this really good as a vacuum?



Yes they are, I was very sceptical, but they work excellent on carpets and hard floors, works better than out old mains vax cylinder. Its very versatile! Dont worry about the battery life 20 mins is plenty unless you have a very big house, and if that's the case do one floor and another later. got one off Dyson refurb ebay store a few weeks ago @ £150 (with 1 year warranty) so this is a good price new at £179 with 2 year.
purchased thank you
Thanks OP! Been looking for one at a more reasonable price.
Is there a major difference between this and the V6/DC59? Is there a new model coming in?
Think this is the one I have, has the longest stated running time although I don't like to vacuum for more than a few minutes at a time anyway. It is great and saves so much hassle, just pick the thing off the wall vacuum and put it back, no messing about with wires. Main difference I see between this and the newer models is they have a better release mechanism to empty the dust, saying that its not a lot better. Suction and battery life seem identical.
Can this be a replacement for a typical vacuum?

We have a big old vax that has excellent suction but is a pain up and down the stairs. I don't think the 20 mins will be an issue
Whats the suction like on this to a conventional plug in hoover with good vacuum?
Thanks OP - ordered! Who knew I'd get this excited about a vacuum cleaner?!
We have one of these and whilst it's light weight and convenient... we have a big problem with hairs getting caught around the roller... It's not the dog as he dosen't cast it's my daughters hair.... Every second or third time dyson gets used I have to remove the roller and attack it with a pair of scissors to cut away the hair that's rolled tightly around the roller and stopping it turning. I thought it was perhaps just us, but I was at a kids soft play last week who had one, they were hovering up and I chatted to girl hovering she says they have to do same twice a day sometimes, the suction is ok, but not nearly as good as my old upright dyson dc04.
Edited by: "gty1970" 10th Oct 2015
octopus

Is there a major difference between this and the V6/DC59? Is there a new … Is there a major difference between this and the V6/DC59? Is there a new model coming in?



The DC59 is the same, battery just lasts longer, so this DC44 is between DC35 and DC59 in terms of battery life
jase.2

The DC59 is the same, battery just lasts longer, so this DC44 is between … The DC59 is the same, battery just lasts longer, so this DC44 is between DC35 and DC59 in terms of battery life


Thanks
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gty1970

We have one of these and whilst it's light weight and convenient... we … We have one of these and whilst it's light weight and convenient... we have a big problem with hairs getting caught around the roller... It's not the dog as he dosen't cast it's my daughters hair.... Every second or third time dyson gets used I have to remove the roller and attack it with a pair of scissors to cut away the hair that's rolled tightly around the roller and stopping it turning. I thought it was perhaps just us, but I was at a kids soft play last week who had one, they were hovering up and I chatted to girl hovering she says they have to do same twice a day sometimes, the suction is ok, but not nearly as good as my old upright dyson dc04.


Hi gty1970, There is an attachment you can purchase (£45 from dyson) called a tangle turbine that specifically addreses that problem. Theres 5 of us with long hair in my household, so i too have to clear the roller every so often, i dont mind doing it but if i saw the tangle attachment as a good price then i would probably purchase one. These vacs are not intended as a replacement for a mains corded vac..more of a quick clean up. I still use my miele upright now & again for a deeper clean...which i would hesitate to ever replace if its breaks...as i really dont like it)!! Anyway, i have included a link to show the tangle free attachment if you want to have a look :-)
dyson.co.uk/vac…spx
How does this compare to the gtech air ram that's advertised on tv?
Abbielonglegs

Hi gty1970, There is an attachment you can purchase (£45 from dyson) … Hi gty1970, There is an attachment you can purchase (£45 from dyson) called a tangle turbine that specifically addreses that problem. Theres 5 of us with long hair in my household, so i too have to clear the roller every so often, i dont mind doing it but if i saw the tangle attachment as a good price then i would probably purchase one. These vacs are not intended as a replacement for a mains corded vac..more of a quick clean up. I still use my miele upright now & again for a deeper clean...which i would hesitate to ever replace if its breaks...as i really dont like it)!! Anyway, i have included a link to show the tangle free attachment if you want to have a look :-)http://www.dyson.co.uk/vacuum-cleaners/accessories/pet-hair/tangle-free-turbine-tool.aspx



Suitable for most Dyson upright and cylinder vacuums. Compatible with DC19 onwards, except DC24 and Dyson cordless vacuums.

That would suggest its not compatible with the DC44
nedford

is this really good as a vacuum?


Yes,almost as good as full sized cylinder ones.
however since it's cordless,battery life is short.it's designed for bedsits,studioflats or as a second vacuum cleaner for larger homes.

Edited by: "Dante4KR" 10th Oct 2015
georgeb

How does this compare to the gtech air ram that's advertised on tv?


I would imagine this is streets ahead of the Gtech got the multi which is like this Dyson and it doesn't have a lot of suck the cold air it blows out is stronger than the suction.
georgeb

How does this compare to the gtech air ram that's advertised on tv?


+1 to that
nedford

is this really good as a vacuum?



It is as good a household vac. I have one but it just compliments the house hold vac.
The battery only lasts 20 mins, which is what lets it down.
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jase.2

Suitable for most Dyson upright and cylinder vacuums. Compatible with … Suitable for most Dyson upright and cylinder vacuums. Compatible with DC19 onwards, except DC24 and Dyson cordless vacuums.That would suggest its not compatible with the DC44


Thank you for that info...i didnt know that.
I bought this from John Lewis 2 weeks ago. Fab little hoover. Best Ive ever had. Constantly using it now cos its so handy!!
What's the difference between the dc44 multifloor and the dc44 animal?
Cluey1

What's the difference between the dc44 multifloor and the dc44 animal?




The Animal has a small rotating head attachment, apart from that identical
does the dc44 multi floor not have a rotating head?
Yes it has a large rotating head, Animal gets a mini one as well
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Is it a big difference between dc44 and v6?
V6 has more powerful suction in boost mode only and charges in 3.5 hrs against 5.5hrs for dc44
I have purchased this Hoover DC44 from co op. It should come today. Can't wait. Thanks for the heads up with the price. The V6 is so expensive still, so I thought I would get this one and see if I like it first.
Combine this with the flash ebay 20% off deal and you have a winner!

Just purchased from the Co Op for £143.99!
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Palms128

Combine this with the flash ebay 20% off deal and you have a winner!Just … Combine this with the flash ebay 20% off deal and you have a winner!Just purchased from the Co Op for £143.99!


WOW....That is a great price!!!! looks like you purchased the last one...i have expired it now...i would have ordered one for upstairs at that price!
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