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Dyson V10 Absolute cordless Vacuum £382.49 Crampton and Moore eBay with Discount code
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Dyson V10 Absolute cordless Vacuum £382.49 Crampton and Moore eBay with Discount code

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Posted 29th Oct 2018Edited by:"ahenners"

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Credit to Chanchi32 for posting the discount code and stores.

These Dysons are expensive, and will probably voted cold because of it, but very rarely dip below their £449.99 price and currently £449.99 at Currys etc. Pretty decent discount if you're in the market for one. Apparently these are very good.
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Bought this and the V8, complete and utter waste of money. Both run out of charge in about 10 minutes in turbo mode, barely enough time to clean my car. When turbo mode is off, it's almost useless. Wired ones are better by far.
Edited by: "sAmeri" 29th Oct 2018
sAmeri29/10/2018 12:15

A full charge takes a good 5+ hours, which really puts me off using this. …A full charge takes a good 5+ hours, which really puts me off using this. I need to recharge about 4 times to clean the house which means a regular 40-50 minute job with a wired, takes me almost 24 hours to complete with the Dyson V8/10. I know it has its pros, the main being portability, but the price is insane.


Have you considered buying 4 and mounting one on each floor of your mansion
This is for people with more dust than sense.
sAmeri29/10/2018 11:44

Bought this and the V8, complete and utter waste of money. Both run out of …Bought this and the V8, complete and utter waste of money. Both run out of charge in about 10 minutes in turbo mode, barely enough time to clean my car. When turbo mode is off, it's almost useless. Wired ones are better by far.


So erm, within the quoted parameters then?
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Wow... now the question is, if you can buy it now at this price can I buy it same price on black Friday from place like Currys instead?
Wish they had the animal v10 in stock with this discount. Hmm very tempted, need it for a pre-black friday birthday gift.

What would be the warranty with something like this? Can't see any mention on the page. Thanks
Bought this and the V8, complete and utter waste of money. Both run out of charge in about 10 minutes in turbo mode, barely enough time to clean my car. When turbo mode is off, it's almost useless. Wired ones are better by far.
Edited by: "sAmeri" 29th Oct 2018
sAmeri29/10/2018 11:44

Bought this and the V8, complete and utter waste of money. Both run out of …Bought this and the V8, complete and utter waste of money. Both run out of charge in about 10 minutes in turbo mode, barely enough time to clean my car. When turbo mode is off, it's almost useless. Wired ones are better by far.


So erm, within the quoted parameters then?
Mike_HUKD29/10/2018 11:46

So erm, within the quoted parameters then?


My point is, these are overrated and people who claim they clean their 'entire house' with it don't know what cleaning means. Overpriced, and does no where near what my £50 hoover from 10 years ago can do.
Edited by: "sAmeri" 29th Oct 2018
sAmeri29/10/2018 11:47

My point is, these are overrated and people who claim they clean their …My point is, these are overrated and people who claim they clean their 'entire house' with it don't know what cleaning means.


I dunno man, I have the v8 and I have been really impressed. I do half the house and then a recharge before doing upstairs so I agree the battery is still not 'full house' size. However I find it super powerful, gets everything up, and very easy to use.
Was holding out for BF but I dare say it would only drop to £399.00 so I might bite on this price. 2 year warranty confirmed.
I fail to see how this product can cost this much. It is made with cheaper parts than a cylinder vacuum cleaner - has less components yet sells for 4 times what I paid for a vacuum cleaner that does the job I expect.

No wonder Mr Dyson is one of the richest people in the uk when he can sell cheap well designed parts for many times more than their costs.
Mike_HUKD29/10/2018 11:50

I dunno man, I have the v8 and I have been really impressed. I do half the …I dunno man, I have the v8 and I have been really impressed. I do half the house and then a recharge before doing upstairs so I agree the battery is still not 'full house' size. However I find it super powerful, gets everything up, and very easy to use.


A full charge takes a good 5+ hours, which really puts me off using this. I need to recharge about 4 times to clean the house which means a regular 40-50 minute job with a wired, takes me almost 24 hours (including charge time) to complete with the Dyson V8/10. I know it has its pros, the main being portability, but the price is insane.
Edited by: "sAmeri" 29th Oct 2018
marksawbo12 m ago

Was holding out for BF but I dare say it would only drop to £399.00 so I …Was holding out for BF but I dare say it would only drop to £399.00 so I might bite on this price. 2 year warranty confirmed.


Thanks for confirming, assumed 2 years standard Dyson warranty on these but nothing confirmed.
marksawbo29/10/2018 12:04

Was holding out for BF but I dare say it would only drop to £399.00 so I …Was holding out for BF but I dare say it would only drop to £399.00 so I might bite on this price. 2 year warranty confirmed.


Thanks for that confirm, have now bought one

Get in there fast if you want one as almost sold out. You can always not open it until black Friday and return if needed
fiqqer14 m ago

I fail to see how this product can cost this much. It is made with …I fail to see how this product can cost this much. It is made with cheaper parts than a cylinder vacuum cleaner - has less components yet sells for 4 times what I paid for a vacuum cleaner that does the job I expect.No wonder Mr Dyson is one of the richest people in the uk when he can sell cheap well designed parts for many times more than their costs.


Undoubtedly they make a pretty margin on these, but do bear in mind the cost to produce isn't limited to the physical parts. Dyson make the best cordless vacuums by quite a margin, and that takes a hefty investment in R&D else everyone else would have the same tech.

No two ways about it though, this isn't a good value product, but if you're going to get one than this is a good deal.
sAmeri29/10/2018 12:15

A full charge takes a good 5+ hours, which really puts me off using this. …A full charge takes a good 5+ hours, which really puts me off using this. I need to recharge about 4 times to clean the house which means a regular 40-50 minute job with a wired, takes me almost 24 hours to complete with the Dyson V8/10. I know it has its pros, the main being portability, but the price is insane.


Have you considered buying 4 and mounting one on each floor of your mansion
Mike_HUKD8 m ago

Thanks for that confirm, have now bought one Get in there fast if you …Thanks for that confirm, have now bought one Get in there fast if you want one as almost sold out. You can always not open it until black Friday and return if needed


Ordered mine. Not a bad idea. It’s actually for my new house but I don’t move in until January. Would have to pay return postage so will weigh it up on BF.
This is for people with more dust than sense.
V10 is great, and can replace your traditional vacuum. Much bigger and more powerful than the old models - this is a great price for what this is.
JUST bought a V7 which is pretty good, it cost £250 which is the £200 version + long attachment so you can use it to do the carpet while standing up. I have only used it once so far but it was a good experience and I know I am able to vacuum the areas I need to in under 20 minutes. I am quite protective of my henry and pick up everything by hand that I can or that might cause issues and rely on the machine to do the rest so I did the same here and it performed as well (not on turbo either)

I really like the small amount of space it takes up and the flexibility of not having a wire which means I am more likely to use it on an ad-hoc basis too unlike the henry which felt like a mission to get up though this probably speaks more to my laziness
Edited by: "Donny2Scoops" 29th Oct 2018
Out of stock now. Don't expect black Friday to beat this price.
sAmeri29/10/2018 11:44

Bought this and the V8, complete and utter waste of money. Both run out of …Bought this and the V8, complete and utter waste of money. Both run out of charge in about 10 minutes in turbo mode, barely enough time to clean my car. When turbo mode is off, it's almost useless. Wired ones are better by far.


Tried one. Turbo wasn't required... Normal was fine and battery lasted about hour or so
Mike_HUKD31 m ago

Have you considered buying 4 and mounting one on each floor of your …Have you considered buying 4 and mounting one on each floor of your mansion



I have 2 V8s One for up one for down, both bought via HUKD links under £250 each...I don't have any problem cleaning my home with them and I have a EBT and a hubby who loves to DIY/garden. For me they are one of the best things I have every bought....but its hard to please everyone but I'm happy with mine.
You don't need the turbo mode to do carpets unless they're heavily soiled.
Mike_HUKD35 m ago

Have you considered buying 4 and mounting one on each floor of your …Have you considered buying 4 and mounting one on each floor of your mansion


3 floor house, but thanks for the compliment
I have "only" a 4 bed house plus study, I have a V8 and have never run out of charge unless i dont clean the house for 1 month...
bought one and will sell my v8 on ebay to revoer some of the cash...
had tied the Gtech but it is not at the same level..
HOTPOT31 m ago

This is for people with more dust than sense.


Well yea, if you have that much dust you'll need a good vacuum. I see your logic
Waiting for refurbished versions on eBay
Mike_HUKD29/10/2018 11:17

Wish they had the animal v10 in stock with this discount. Hmm very …Wish they had the animal v10 in stock with this discount. Hmm very tempted, need it for a pre-black friday birthday gift. What would be the warranty with something like this? Can't see any mention on the page. Thanks


Mate forget the warranty.

Either pursue the retailer as your contract is with them (and they have to uphold your statutory consumer rights if faulty at no cost to you, regardless of what their weasel-worded warranty says), or pay least 1p on your credit card and go after the credit card company to uphold your consumer rights if the item is faulty (faulty includes it not lasting for a reasonable period of time whether you raise claim with the retailer or the credit card company).

As ever, if you need to raise a claim, do it via MSE-backed Resolver.co.uk for free.
Edited by: "arCuThEDOWDr" 29th Oct 2018
sAmeri1 h, 29 m ago

Bought this and the V8, complete and utter waste of money. Both run out of …Bought this and the V8, complete and utter waste of money. Both run out of charge in about 10 minutes in turbo mode, barely enough time to clean my car. When turbo mode is off, it's almost useless. Wired ones are better by far.


Utterly not my experience at all with our V8, and the convenience of cordless mean I would never buy a corded vacuum again.

The suction on the lower setting is fantastic on our V8.
sAmeri1 h, 27 m ago

My point is, these are overrated and people who claim they clean their …My point is, these are overrated and people who claim they clean their 'entire house' with it don't know what cleaning means. Overpriced, and does no where near what my £50 hoover from 10 years ago can do.


Nonsense. Best purchase we ever made. And that’s the old DC59!
arCuThEDOWDr2 m ago

Mate forget the warranty.Either pursue the retailer as your contract is …Mate forget the warranty.Either pursue the retailer as your contract is with them (and they have to uphold your statutory consumer rights if faulty at no cost to you, regardless of what their weasel-worded warranty says), or pay least 1p on your credit card and go after the credit card company to uphold your consumer rights if the item is faulty or doesn't last for a reasonable period of time.


Gotta pay via PayPal to get the 15% off

Apparently there is a 2 year warranty with this though so all good!
sAmeri29/10/2018 12:15

A full charge takes a good 5+ hours, which really puts me off using this. …A full charge takes a good 5+ hours, which really puts me off using this. I need to recharge about 4 times to clean the house which means a regular 40-50 minute job with a wired, takes me almost 24 hours to complete with the Dyson V8/10. I know it has its pros, the main being portability, but the price is insane.


Sounds like you should have a butler worrying about all this stuff with a house that size!
Resonate9 m ago

Sounds like you should have a butler worrying about all this stuff with a …Sounds like you should have a butler worrying about all this stuff with a house that size!


Thanks for the advice Batman.
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400 for a hoover! You might As well hire a cleaner for a year
adamthompson26 m ago

400 for a hoover! You might As well hire a cleaner for a year


Calculations please
Not poss to have a spare battery on charge?
Meathotukdeals12 m ago

Not poss to have a spare battery on charge?


Unfortunately not; but if you install the wall mount like I do in my kitchen store cupboard you can put on charge whenever not in use. I find we never run out of battery on a straight clean with the V6. Albeit we do quick vacuums each day to manage dog hair with the V6.
Poor battery life, brittle plastic and very heavy. Why do people buy this junk when Shark is 10x better?
sAmeri3 h, 41 m ago

Bought this and the V8, complete and utter waste of money. Both run out of …Bought this and the V8, complete and utter waste of money. Both run out of charge in about 10 minutes in turbo mode, barely enough time to clean my car. When turbo mode is off, it's almost useless. Wired ones are better by far.


Almost useless when turbo mode is off??
arCuThEDOWDr29/10/2018 13:12

Mate forget the warranty.Either pursue the retailer as your contract is …Mate forget the warranty.Either pursue the retailer as your contract is with them (and they have to uphold your statutory consumer rights if faulty at no cost to you, regardless of what their weasel-worded warranty says), or pay least 1p on your credit card and go after the credit card company to uphold your consumer rights if the item is faulty (faulty includes it not lasting for a reasonable period of time whether you raise claim with the retailer or the credit card company).As ever, if you need to raise a claim, do it via MSE-backed Resolver.co.uk for free.


Wrong retailer has to accept item is faulty for first 6 months and either repair or replace at their discretion. After 6 month the law states that consumer is responsible for proving the fault was their at the time of purchase, which can be costly as you would need to commission an independent expert with a report to try and prove this. Many retailers make use of the after 6 months rule including curry’s. Far too many people go on about the Consumer Rights Act 2015 without stating the full facts. Also section 75 protection only applies to credit card when you spend over £100.
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