Dyson dc59 cordless £89.99 instore @ aldi
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Dyson dc59 cordless £89.99 instore @ aldi

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LocalFound 14th Apr
Just found the dyson dc59 cordless in Aldi seaham for £89.99 only 2 left includes the motorised attachment excellent price and by far the cheapest I can find maybe store specific but no harm checking. Product code on receipt is 82010
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    beidiles9 m ago

    Even at this price it is overpriced. After one year you will need repairs …Even at this price it is overpriced. After one year you will need repairs or a new one. The "Inventor" is still stealing money with vacuums, fans and hair dryers.


    It comes with 2 years warranty
    Borat26 m ago

    It comes with 2 years warranty


    Nice, Good reply made me smile
    Edited by: "Buyer1024GB" 14th Apr
    beidiles38 m ago

    Even at this price it is overpriced. After one year you will need repairs …Even at this price it is overpriced. After one year you will need repairs or a new one. The "Inventor" is still stealing money with vacuums, fans and hair dryers.


    Got my Dyson with 5 years warranty (a big free standing one), after 4 years some parts started falling apart, rung Dyson, no questions asked, sent the parts straight away. One got lost in the mail, rung them, sent another one straight away.
    kaptin_d31 m ago

    Same for me. I had them out twice in 5 years. They sent an engineer with …Same for me. I had them out twice in 5 years. They sent an engineer with parts. First time it was just a blockage so by rights they should’ve charged me but they didn’t. Second time was just shy of 5 years old and they fitted a new brush bar. I used to buy £70 hoovers and replace every 18 months. £200 dyson is far better and 5 years guaranteed. Not sure about the battery ones as I’ve never had one


    Most people (Inc me) I know have had to claim on Dyson warranty. 6 years ago I bought Miele instead, hasn't skipped a beat.

    It's great to have a no hassle warranty on a expensive product, it's even better to not to have to use the warranty on a expensive product imo.
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    Wow, nice find OP!
    It might be an insentive for the people of sunderland.
    Is the dc59 pre v6?
    Original Poster
    It says v6 dc59 on box
    jplewis7611 m ago

    Is the dc59 pre v6?


    dc59 was the name before they changed to the v6 line, however the dc59 still uses the same v6 motor, so i think it was more of a marketing change rather than a product change.
    Edited by: "michaeljb" 14th Apr
    Even at this price it is overpriced. After one year you will need repairs or a new one. The "Inventor" is still stealing money with vacuums, fans and hair dryers.
    beidiles9 m ago

    Even at this price it is overpriced. After one year you will need repairs …Even at this price it is overpriced. After one year you will need repairs or a new one. The "Inventor" is still stealing money with vacuums, fans and hair dryers.


    It comes with 2 years warranty
    Borat26 m ago

    It comes with 2 years warranty


    Nice, Good reply made me smile
    Edited by: "Buyer1024GB" 14th Apr
    beidiles38 m ago

    Even at this price it is overpriced. After one year you will need repairs …Even at this price it is overpriced. After one year you will need repairs or a new one. The "Inventor" is still stealing money with vacuums, fans and hair dryers.


    Got my Dyson with 5 years warranty (a big free standing one), after 4 years some parts started falling apart, rung Dyson, no questions asked, sent the parts straight away. One got lost in the mail, rung them, sent another one straight away.
    Not stocked in maidstone Canterbury folkstone or Dover they said
    sheffield78811 m ago

    Got my Dyson with 5 years warranty (a big free standing one), after 4 …Got my Dyson with 5 years warranty (a big free standing one), after 4 years some parts started falling apart, rung Dyson, no questions asked, sent the parts straight away. One got lost in the mail, rung them, sent another one straight away.


    Same for me. I had them out twice in 5 years. They sent an engineer with parts. First time it was just a blockage so by rights they should’ve charged me but they didn’t. Second time was just shy of 5 years old and they fitted a new brush bar. I used to buy £70 hoovers and replace every 18 months. £200 dyson is far better and 5 years guaranteed. Not sure about the battery ones as I’ve never had one
    It's old, less powerful stock and nowhere near ask good as a low end Shark. Dyson is overpriced junk
    kaptin_d31 m ago

    Same for me. I had them out twice in 5 years. They sent an engineer with …Same for me. I had them out twice in 5 years. They sent an engineer with parts. First time it was just a blockage so by rights they should’ve charged me but they didn’t. Second time was just shy of 5 years old and they fitted a new brush bar. I used to buy £70 hoovers and replace every 18 months. £200 dyson is far better and 5 years guaranteed. Not sure about the battery ones as I’ve never had one


    Most people (Inc me) I know have had to claim on Dyson warranty. 6 years ago I bought Miele instead, hasn't skipped a beat.

    It's great to have a no hassle warranty on a expensive product, it's even better to not to have to use the warranty on a expensive product imo.
    No more Dysons at the Seaham Aldi
    Mine broke over the years the Miele uses expensive bag
    Just checked in Portishead, no sign of them. Given the old product name, it sounds like someone just found them in the back of a stock room for a single store, unless anyone else has had any luck?
    I have the dc35. Unfortinately within a year it became faulty, it kept turning off while I was hoovering. They sent the replacement part straight away and I haven't had a single problem with it since. I have had it for almost 5 years now and the battery still lasts the same as when I first got it.
    I love this cordless Dyson and it looks so nice on my wall
    Great find OP, I'm going to have a look tomorrow for one. Would make a nice house warming gift for the sister in law
    Speculator7 h, 47 m ago

    great price. Even better deal than the TKmaxx £74 Dyson "Car and Boat" …great price. Even better deal than the TKmaxx £74 Dyson "Car and Boat" vac.

    Oh
    whopaysrrp9 h, 8 m ago

    It might be an insentive for the people of sunderland.


    You've spelled incentive wrong there mate.
    edd66699914 h, 33 m ago

    Most people (Inc me) I know have had to claim on Dyson warranty. 6 years …Most people (Inc me) I know have had to claim on Dyson warranty. 6 years ago I bought Miele instead, hasn't skipped a beat.It's great to have a no hassle warranty on a expensive product, it's even better to not to have to use the warranty on a expensive product imo.


    Ive had 2 Dysons (main and handheld) for 10 years - never had a problem.
    Great find
    Tish1711 h, 10 m ago

    I have the dc35. Unfortinately within a year it became faulty, it kept …I have the dc35. Unfortinately within a year it became faulty, it kept turning off while I was hoovering. They sent the replacement part straight away and I haven't had a single problem with it since. I have had it for almost 5 years now and the battery still lasts the same as when I first got it.I love this cordless Dyson and it looks so nice on my wall Great find OP, I'm going to have a look tomorrow for one. Would make a nice house warming gift for the sister in law


    You don't by chance remember the part(s) which solved the issue?
    I believe we have the same problem on a dyson handheld which was donated by a family friend...Cheers in advance
    edd66699916 h, 7 m ago

    Most people (Inc me) I know have had to claim on Dyson warranty. 6 years …Most people (Inc me) I know have had to claim on Dyson warranty. 6 years ago I bought Miele instead, hasn't skipped a beat.It's great to have a no hassle warranty on a expensive product, it's even better to not to have to use the warranty on a expensive product imo.



    Ever considered a career as a statistician? From a tiny set of anecdotal evidence you’ve managed to infer such a certain conclusion to support your purchase. Quite outstanding
    edd66699916 h, 9 m ago

    Most people (Inc me) I know have had to claim on Dyson warranty. 6 years …Most people (Inc me) I know have had to claim on Dyson warranty. 6 years ago I bought Miele instead, hasn't skipped a beat.It's great to have a no hassle warranty on a expensive product, it's even better to not to have to use the warranty on a expensive product imo.


    I've owned an upright Dyson for the last 13yrs and its still going strong, with no issues whatsoever.
    We also own a Dyson handheld which is still working with no issues after 5yrs.
    I am sure there are plenty of Miele owners who have experienced issues too, it's just the way it is.
    Hot hot hot.Just wish there was plenty of stock.I have this and the V10 .The V10 is king but this is ideal for the car and smaller jobs.Battery life is decent too.
    TabbyBoy17 h, 55 m ago

    It's old, less powerful stock and nowhere near ask good as a low end …It's old, less powerful stock and nowhere near ask good as a low end Shark. Dyson is overpriced junk


    Of course it isn't lol.Shark are cheap noisy plastic ugly things.Next door neighbour has one and it's been replaced twice in under 2 years.Ill give the American rubbish a miss thanks.
    muckspreader19 m ago

    Of course it isn't lol.Shark are cheap noisy plastic ugly things.Next door …Of course it isn't lol.Shark are cheap noisy plastic ugly things.Next door neighbour has one and it's been replaced twice in under 2 years.Ill give the American rubbish a miss thanks.


    Agree,,shark not in the same league
    beidiles19 h, 48 m ago

    Even at this price it is overpriced. After one year you will need repairs …Even at this price it is overpriced. After one year you will need repairs or a new one. The "Inventor" is still stealing money with vacuums, fans and hair dryers.


    That is simply not true, and like others have said if it does need anything the warranty is rock solid. My corded vacuum was 10 days off the 5 year expiration, the bin lid bracket snapped and no questions asked new one sent right away. None of this wear and tear rubbish. They make genuinely good products

    Voted cold though for store specific, sorry - really bugs me these specific deals.
    Edited by: "marc2629" 15th Apr
    Something like this or a Gtech?
    edd66699919 h, 4 m ago

    Most people (Inc me) I know have had to claim on Dyson warranty. 6 years …Most people (Inc me) I know have had to claim on Dyson warranty. 6 years ago I bought Miele instead, hasn't skipped a beat.It's great to have a no hassle warranty on a expensive product, it's even better to not to have to use the warranty on a expensive product imo.

    We have a cordless dyson and a Miele corded vacuum. You really can’t compare the quality- the Miele is far superior. However for the stairs and other little jobs is far more convenient but does seem very poorly built in comparison
    Miele is okay but some head shaking design features on it. We have the cat and dog s6000 for many years now and it still pulls strong with heavy abuse (used it for vacuuming plaster dust etc)

    The motor etc is beasty. Nice switch though the external actuator is a poor design destined to break. Body of the vacuum is cheap ABS plastic unlike the floor attachments that are GF30 reinforced.

    The cord is very good with good heat resistance. Yes a cord gets warm under heavy loads! On ours we push it that hard that the cord actually melts the plastic insert on the body.

    The wheels are excellent quality. The vacuum is regularly dragged on concrete etc.

    The handles are abit rubbish. Normally only last around a year of use before cracking at the connection. I sorted that my custom machining a connecting handle from aluminium.

    Overall a sturdy piece of kit with a few poor choices of design.
    how has this store specific deal reached 1100c? This needs expiring as someone already confirmed there was none left in the OP's store and no one else appears to have found one.
    None in two Exeter stores.
    We have had one of these for 3 years, absolutely brilliant
    I broke the head on my dyson and so called them up to order a replacement. Completely my fault (I lent on the pole and the head broke off) and I told them as much. No worries, they sent me out a free replacement and was with me the next day. They have fantastic customer service in my experience.

    Still, always nice to see the Dyson deal trolls out in force. Must be sunny outside.
    None in Bamber Bridge or Buckshaw Village.
    Excellent price for this model. We had to replace the motorised head on ours twice, but luckily was done under warranty.
    Great performance, but not built to last. If you want both go Sebo.
    beidiles23 h, 51 m ago

    Even at this price it is overpriced. After one year you will need repairs …Even at this price it is overpriced. After one year you will need repairs or a new one. The "Inventor" is still stealing money with vacuums, fans and hair dryers.


    Had mine 2 and half years never a fault and better than any corded vacuum I ever bought ... excellent item. Also have a Dyson heater and cooler fan which is exceptional.
    carsick771 h, 40 m ago

    how has this store specific deal reached 1100c? This needs expiring as …how has this store specific deal reached 1100c? This needs expiring as someone already confirmed there was none left in the OP's store and no one else appears to have found one.


    This 👆🏻

    STORE SPECIFIC! I checked at ALDI Seaham 2 hours after the deal went live and NO STOCK!!!!! Great deal for the OP but for everyone else it’s a no-go!
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