Dyson V6 Absolute Cordless Vacuum Cleaner - Refurbished - 1 Year Guarantee £169.99 @ Dyson / Ebay
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Dyson V6 Absolute Cordless Vacuum Cleaner - Refurbished - 1 Year Guarantee £169.99 @ Dyson / Ebay

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Found 7th Oct
Dyson have the V6 absolute back in stock on their official eBay outlet. Comes manufacturer refurbished with a 1 year warranty. I picked one up last time they were in stock and I'm sure it was brand new. Hopefully some are quick enough to get on them again before they sell out.

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JellybearXo24 m ago

Do they come in their original packaging or a brown box. Would someone be …Do they come in their original packaging or a brown box. Would someone be able to tell if I purchased this as a gift ? Thanks



I'll accept it as gift even if it's in a brown box and labelled 'THIS IS SECOND HAND', if that helps.
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Do they come in their original packaging or a brown box. Would someone be able to tell if I purchased this as a gift ? Thanks

JellybearXo24 m ago

Do they come in their original packaging or a brown box. Would someone be …Do they come in their original packaging or a brown box. Would someone be able to tell if I purchased this as a gift ? Thanks



I'll accept it as gift even if it's in a brown box and labelled 'THIS IS SECOND HAND', if that helps.

JellybearXo39 m ago

Do they come in their original packaging or a brown box. Would someone be …Do they come in their original packaging or a brown box. Would someone be able to tell if I purchased this as a gift ? Thanks

I’ve ordered from Dyson’s eBay Outlet before and the packaging was Dyson branded albeit not as flashy as their retail packaging and it did have refurbishment written on the box.

Thank you I was hoping I could get a insight on someone who purchased this last time

JellybearXo1 h, 42 m ago

Do they come in their original packaging or a brown box. Would someone be …Do they come in their original packaging or a brown box. Would someone be able to tell if I purchased this as a gift ? Thanks


Brown box. All looks new inside and packed nicely
Edited by: "lucyferror" 8th Oct

Would have been all over this if it was for the V8

JellybearXo5 h, 8 m ago

Thank you I was hoping I could get a insight on someone who purchased this …Thank you I was hoping I could get a insight on someone who purchased this last time


First one smelt of wet dog when used, the replacement had vacuumed sick by the smell. AVOID!

Original Poster

Comes in a black Dyson box propperly packaged up but as said does have refurbished written on it. The one I received looks brand new. Not a mark on any of the kit and everything was packaged up. Dyson have a no quibble return policy so if as above you get one in such bad condition just send it back for that reason.

Do these have a lot more suction than the DC34 that's usually available for £99? I've got the DC34 and it's not fantastic - this looks a similar size.

Refurbished is refurbished fir a reason ... stop saying it "looks" brand new -- did you take it apart and check the motor ? It will look brand new if they cleaned it properly obviously

leelukehope1 h, 3 m ago

Do these have a lot more suction than the DC34 that's usually available …Do these have a lot more suction than the DC34 that's usually available for £99? I've got the DC34 and it's not fantastic - this looks a similar size.

Completely different machine to the DC34. V6 digital motor, lithium ion battery and 20 min run time. Also that head on it it's a bargain. That head the same one that comes on the £400-£500 V8.

Dyson - the iPhone of vacuum cleaners. Lots of good kit out there at a fraction of the price. Why do you think there are so many 'refurbs'?

i have ordered from a refurb from dyson and it came in retail packaging with all parts plastic wrapped etc. The warranty stated one year but when registered it gave me the full two years. Its a very good product worth every penny. Heat added!

bulge29 m ago

i have ordered from a refurb from dyson and it came in retail packaging …i have ordered from a refurb from dyson and it came in retail packaging with all parts plastic wrapped etc. The warranty stated one year but when registered it gave me the full two years. Its a very good product worth every penny. Heat added!

It's NOT new - get over it - REFURBISHED- if you can't afford a new one then get refurbished

We got the V6 Total Clean a few months ago (for £219 at the time) and I can highly recommend. While not absolutely perfect (the bin could be easier to empty properly, which they addressed in the V8 and the motorised roller sometimes stalls on long pile carpet or rugs), it's a fantastic machine overall. We previously had an upright Vax Air Cordless Lift Duo and the V6 is much lighter and just so much nicer to use. The design of the V6 encourages frequent quick cleans rather than one big whole house clean and I like that ethos. All in all, highly recommended. I love to hate Dyson and many of their products are over-priced and over-rated, but the V6 line is actually worth the money.

I bought a BRAND NEW one for the same price. Why buy second hand?

mad_design_man22 m ago

I bought a BRAND NEW one for the same price. Why buy second hand?


How and when?

What's the major difference between this and the total clean, I have laminate all down stairs and carpets upstairs but don't know which one would be the better option? Any advice would be appreciated

mad_design_man1 h, 22 m ago

I bought a BRAND NEW one for the same price. Why buy second hand?

Where can the rest of us get a brand new one for 100 quid less than the going rate on Amazon?

Bought this exact one when it came back in stock a few days ago. Arrived quickly and was immaculate. If it's been used there is certainly no indication of that, and it's got a year warranty so heat from me.

Ordered the one they send looks like heavy used 2 hand

rixy1 h, 14 m ago

What's the major difference between this and the total clean, I have …What's the major difference between this and the total clean, I have laminate all down stairs and carpets upstairs but don't know which one would be the better option? Any advice would be appreciated


I think both come with the fuzzy roller head. We have the TC and, to be honest, I've only used the fuzzy roller head a couple of times just to try it out. The motorised roller seems just as good on hard floors and is more versatile since you can use it on carpet, too. The fuzzy roller seems more of a gimmick to me, although some people seem to like it.

Refurbished vacuum...so it's been vacuuming pubes and all sorts of mess from someone else's house. No ta

bbfb12318 m ago

Refurbished vacuum...so it's been vacuuming pubes and all sorts of mess …Refurbished vacuum...so it's been vacuuming pubes and all sorts of mess from someone else's house. No ta

Those specialty ones usually cost more!

Last week I bought a brand new v7 Animal (v7 with all attachments) for £219 from John Lewis, think it was a typo as all other retailers sell at £319.

For refurbished, read, sent back because it was faulty or broke with use.

Still too expensive.

Is this better than a new Vax Blade 32V for around the same price?
Edited by: "robertr" 8th Oct

ian_uk19752 h, 33 m ago

I think both come with the fuzzy roller head. We have the TC and, to be …I think both come with the fuzzy roller head. We have the TC and, to be honest, I've only used the fuzzy roller head a couple of times just to try it out. The motorised roller seems just as good on hard floors and is more versatile since you can use it on carpet, too. The fuzzy roller seems more of a gimmick to me, although some people seem to like it.


The V6 Absolute does not come with a soft roller head. it comes with a hard floor tool and a high quality motorised head for carpets etc. and some other tools . great quality. but if you really want the best then go for the V8. the bin is much easier to empty and clean on the V8.

oos

I have this and have had it since it came out.
What a purchase. I love it.
Battery went 1 week before the 2 year warranty and they sent a new battery.
Superb machine and dyson are a superb company.

I recently purchased a V8 Absolute brand new as I was led to believe that it was alot more powerful etc. and had a longer runtime. This is a lie by Dyson - it's only more powerful on the Max setting but much worse on the normal setting.

On reflection, if it wasn't for the bin emptying mechanism, I would have considered a V6. If you can live with the rubbish bin emptying on the V6, you're probably better off getting a V6. I find I have to use my V8 on the Max setting only, as the normal setting is so weak it's basically good for nothing. The V6 is better than the V7 and V8 on normal mode as the suction is more powerful. Dyson are really annoying - after buying my V8 and being shocked at how laughably weak the normal mode was, I couldn't understand how people could have been using the V6 with a weaker motor etc. I then discovered that they purposely weakened the normal mode motor suction on the V7 and V8 just to falsely market the machine as having a longer runtime and make it look like they are better machines - on normal mode, they are much worse. The V8 has a normal suction of only 22 AW, the V7 has a pitiful 21AW, yet the V6 has a more powerful 28AW suction rating... Pretty shocking considering the price difference and the fact the V8 is meant to be so much better.

The longer 40 min runtime on the V8 is also total BS as it's based on this weak setting that you won't use - basically, I find I have to use it on Max or not at all and if I get 7 mins out of a full charge I'm lucky - it doesn't run long enough to do one floor of my house and then takes 5 hours to charge (as opposed to 3.5 hours with the V6)... I'd rather have a more powerful normal mode with less runtime that I can actually use. When I think about it, they should have just put an analogue dial control for the motor power as it would have solved this problem and allowed people to get the best out of their machines. When they advertise their machines, they misleadingly quote the max suction of the machine alongside the runtime for the 'normal non-max' setting with no powered tools being used.

The soft roller head tool that came with mine though is very good and an absolute must IMO - there are pros and cons with all of the machines and no clear winner.
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 8th Oct

Oos

What are the differences between all the V6 models?

From Animals, Fluffy, Flexy and Absolute etc???

Much Appreciated Members- Thank you

leritz29 m ago

What are the differences between all the V6 models?From Animals, Fluffy, …What are the differences between all the V6 models?From Animals, Fluffy, Flexy and Absolute etc??? Much Appreciated Members- Thank you



The main difference are the tools that come with it - the machines are normally the same. The better variants have more tools. Some of the tools are really useful and very expensive to buy on their own, so you should get the best variant you can afford. I would advise going to Dyson's website and looking through the models - it shows you exactly what comes with each one and you can decide what you really need. With my V8, I'm really glad I got the Absolute model as I wouldn't have got the soft roller brush with the lower models - that tool alone retails for around £70 and I've found it's essential for hard floors. WIth the V6, I noticed the Absolute has a better filter in addition to better tools so that one is probably the one you want if getting a V6 - you can always buy any tools you don't get with it later on.
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 8th Oct

madmaxpayne10 h, 40 m ago

It's NOT new - get over it - REFURBISHED- if you can't afford a new one …It's NOT new - get over it - REFURBISHED- if you can't afford a new one then get refurbished

What you going on about you long head, I said I ordered a refurb from Dyson, not new????

rixy21 h, 1 m ago

What's the major difference between this and the total clean, I have …What's the major difference between this and the total clean, I have laminate all down stairs and carpets upstairs but don't know which one would be the better option? Any advice would be appreciated

Buy the total clean the total clean had the fluffy head which is the hard floor specialist. The only other difference between the two is the Absolute has a hepa filter the Total clean does not

mad_design_man8th Oct

I bought a BRAND NEW one for the same price. Why buy second hand?



Where?
Edited by: "leritz" 10th Oct
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