Dyson DC50 Multi-floor -  £189.99 - Aldi Special Buy
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Dyson DC50 Multi-floor - £189.99 - Aldi Special Buy

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Found 7th Apr 2016
Dyson DC50 Multi-floor is on offer at £189.99 in the Aldi special buy. Available online now, or in store on the 14th. Seems like a good price compared to other stores.
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Really good price! Just bought a DC55 for £330 3 weeks ago. Grrrr. Heat added
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We've just had our old DC14 serviced so no new one for me. I would love it, but can't justify it. Thanks admin for adding the pic
What's peoples thoughts on Dyson vacuums these days. In the beginning the were the dogs but got to admit over last few years they've been cheap plastic poor performers. Bought the DC40 animal (Well ordered the DC25 animal but Argos gave me a DC40 animal instead) last year or so and returned it after 6 days what a load of cack.
Shocking product made out of cheap flimsy plastic, Power cable to short, Hose to short, It falls over and the suction is crap.
What's a very good Dyson these days ???
Do they take the money right away or do they take it at the time of dispatch?

Also.. do they deliver? or is it store pick up only?

I bought the DC50 a while back now,

Big mistake-

The extendable part below the handle broke with just normal vacuuming (now held in place with velcro,

Pain in the **** to empty,

Filters are a pain to clean especially the small one in the top of the cyclone,

Huge piece of cheap plastic in my honest opinion,

do your research-these thing's aren't cheap.
rylideathe

I bought the DC50 a while back now,Big mistake-The extendable part below … I bought the DC50 a while back now,Big mistake-The extendable part below the handle broke with just normal vacuuming (now held in place with velcro,Pain in the **** to empty,Filters are a pain to clean especially the small one in the top of the cyclone,Huge piece of cheap plastic in my honest opinion,do your research-these thing's aren't cheap.


They have a 5 year warranty you know. Never had a problem with Dyson... Good vacs
Good price and heat added.
Had my DC40 over a year now and is the best vacuum I've owned.
Cant see how you can go wrong with 5 year warranty.
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STi_prodrive

Do they take the money right away or do they take it at the time of … Do they take the money right away or do they take it at the time of dispatch? Also.. do they deliver? or is it store pick up only?



I've not bought from Aldi special buys before but believe they deliver if you order online. No idea when the payment is taken I'm afraid. They should be in store as well on the 14th, but I'm guessing limited stock per store. Sorry not to be more help.
I have had a DC04 absolute for some twenty odd years which is still as good as the day I bought it. I bought a DC50 at a better price than this offer to replace it but was not impressed so sold the DC50 and still use my DC04.
wjmk9776

I have had a DC04 absolute for some twenty odd years which is still as … I have had a DC04 absolute for some twenty odd years which is still as good as the day I bought it. I bought a DC50 at a better price than this offer to replace it but was not impressed so sold the DC50 and still use my DC04.


Totally agree had one of the very first Dyson's and it was built like a brick sh**house. Very well engineered etc. But the newer models in my opinion are cheap flimsy plastic things & I would expect way way better for the price you have to pay
lucyscollins

I've not bought from Aldi special buys before but believe they deliver if … I've not bought from Aldi special buys before but believe they deliver if you order online. No idea when the payment is taken I'm afraid. They should be in store as well on the 14th, but I'm guessing limited stock per store. Sorry not to be more help.



Cheer for that
mmurdoch

What's peoples thoughts on Dyson vacuums these days. In the beginning the … What's peoples thoughts on Dyson vacuums these days. In the beginning the were the dogs but got to admit over last few years they've been cheap plastic poor performers. Bought the DC40 animal (Well ordered the DC25 animal but Argos gave me a DC40 animal instead) last year or so and returned it after 6 days what a load of cack. Shocking product made out of cheap flimsy plastic, Power cable to short, Hose to short, It falls over and the suction is crap. What's a very good Dyson these days ???



​I've got the DC54 its the best vacuum I've ever had. I purchased it from the Dyson deal where you got the little portable Dc34 for free. Also with 5 years warranty included. Definitely worth it imo
This is for last years model. They bought out a newer one in January. But great deal as there isn't much difference
Pros: Great suction, warranty & customer service is excellent and UK based, the tangle free brush tool is the best invention ever. Washable HEPA filters are a bonus.
Cons: Awful build quality, plastic feels cheap and bendy. Brushbar only lasted a year before failing (although replacement sent FOC under warranty) and the carbon fibre filaments broke off, Noisy, suction is too much on a lot of surfaces despite variable suction control on the motorised head.
Most overrated vacuum cleaners of all time.
Incredibly hard to push on thick carpets, awkward on stairs, not that versatile and as said in previous comments poor build quality. If you want a good vacuum with a 5 year warranty, get a Shark.
Just had a delivery from aldi. They took payment on dispatch and delivered with yodel.
mmurdoch

What's peoples thoughts on Dyson vacuums these days. In the beginning the … What's peoples thoughts on Dyson vacuums these days. In the beginning the were the dogs but got to admit over last few years they've been cheap plastic poor performers. Bought the DC40 animal (Well ordered the DC25 animal but Argos gave me a DC40 animal instead) last year or so and returned it after 6 days what a load of cack. Shocking product made out of cheap flimsy plastic, Power cable to short, Hose to short, It falls over and the suction is crap. What's a very good Dyson these days ???


The're ok unless you have pets, in which case get a powerful meile, knocks spots off a dyson...is my experience.
I was told from dyson engineer when he came to fix mother in laws the dc28 the more reliable model.

its a old model so unsure if still available

She swears by them mind you she has 4, I prefer a miele even if it is bags.
DC50 and DC58, two of the best purchases I've made in the last couple of years. Effortless.

Heat added.
These things really suck.
I got my wife some wing mirrors for her dyson.

She's not looked back since!
We have the DC50 Animal and its great; great section on all floor types. Yes, we've had an issue with the handle, but Dyson replaced this under warranty. Whilst I agree, its not as heavily built as their older models, this is a compact, and specifically designed light weight vacuum. This is the 4th Dyson we've had since the DC01, and we still have a DC07 I use for the car. Its a bargain price IMO, and I'd recommend it.
James dyson moved production from I think South Wales to China some years back which probably explain the newer models cheap build quality but the aftercare from Dyson is as good as it gets .
Our dc40 brush bar stopped rotating...an engineer came out yesterday and fixed it (foc) said it was a common fault..don't know what to make of that...Is it rubbish or are they on the ball repairing...sucks...in a good way...
heat
£199.99 in Argos plus you get a free £10 voucher.
As a strrong supporter of British Engineering, it pains me to write this, but the Dyson DC04 I had was high performance and low quality. Flimsy, troublesome.
Mr Dyson could have built another high quality British brand, but he fluffed it. Well, maybe he has time to rescue the situation, but he had better start soon.
Mr Dyson, in the long term, you will be much better off putting quality as your fist priority.
As for me, well I now have a 2.2 kW Miele with a bag. The thing feels like it will last for ever & would suck the tiles off the floor. Delighted.



Edited by: "jaizan" 7th Apr 2016
Garts76

They have a 5 year warranty you know. Never had a problem with Dyson... … They have a 5 year warranty you know. Never had a problem with Dyson... Good vacs


I've had a henry now for 15 years, still going strong and made in the UK. Approx £100-£110 new.
kaykayrocks

£199.99 in Argos plus you get a free £10 voucher.



You sure about that??
I looked and argos price is £369.99,
debenham £299.00,
John Lewis £399.99
Amazon £274.43
Very £269.00
Tesco £369.00

it would appear that Aldi's is a good deal. Next step is to read reviews, not user's, but those that spend all day every day comparing products, such as , pocket-lint.com/rev…iew
sam_proctor95

Incredibly hard to push on thick carpets, awkward on stairs, not that … Incredibly hard to push on thick carpets, awkward on stairs, not that versatile and as said in previous comments poor build quality. If you want a good vacuum with a 5 year warranty, get a Shark.


I grabbed a Shark after returning the crap Dyson I bought. The Shark beats the Dyson on performance but after a year or so has started to show a little wear. The hose split but Shark replaced for free and the wand is now being trouble locking into place which again Shark replaced for free. Shark have been faultless up to now, Plus the vacuum has headlights how cool is that!!
rickj

James dyson moved production from I think South Wales to China some years … James dyson moved production from I think South Wales to China some years back which probably explain the newer models cheap build quality but the aftercare from Dyson is as good as it gets .


That explains the crappy build quality for £300-£500 for a vacuum I would want better build quality. Far enough there customer service is reported as been top notch but a product at that cost shouldn't have the issues to start with
I note the Dyson DC50 is referred to as multi on some sites and animal on others. Are these different models or the same, using different words. We are considering ordering the Aldi one, but are dithering over the words.
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kingfisher

I note the Dyson DC50 is referred to as multi on some sites and animal on … I note the Dyson DC50 is referred to as multi on some sites and animal on others. Are these different models or the same, using different words. We are considering ordering the Aldi one, but are dithering over the words.



There's details of the difference between the two models on the Dyson site. There's the general model information & then you can see the two models specifically by scrolling sideways at the bottom of the page dyson.co.uk/vac…spx
lucyscollins

There's details of the difference between the two models on the Dyson … There's details of the difference between the two models on the Dyson site. There's the general model information & then you can see the two models specifically by scrolling sideways at the bottom of the page http://www.dyson.co.uk/vacuum-cleaners/upright/dc50.aspx




Many thanks for getting back so quickly with just the answer we were looking for. Having read and compared, my wife said "now we can order it", so here we go. thanks.
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kingfisher

Many thanks for getting back so quickly with just the answer we were … Many thanks for getting back so quickly with just the answer we were looking for. Having read and compared, my wife said "now we can order it", so here we go. thanks.



Ha ha - there's an endorsement and a half :P Hope it's good for you
bought one, our old one has seen better days, cheers
ordered
kevinyork

You sure about that??



I see it at £369
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