Dyson V6 Absolute with Cleaning kit £301.98 delivered @ Dyson Store
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Dyson V6 Absolute with Cleaning kit £301.98 delivered @ Dyson Store

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Saw the previous deal posted for the cordless Dyson V6 and thought I had missed the boat.

I thought no harm in calling up and giving it a go.....

Well, if you don't ask you don't get!

Bought the Dyson Absolute V6 with free cleaning kit for £301.98 delivered!

They did say it was for people who already have Dyson's already/before. They checked my address and it was already logged on their system so a straight forward purchase.

If you are not registered then you 'may' require to get a serial number from a Dyson product.
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Absolute what? Rip-off? Waste of money?
g8spur

Absolute what? Rip-off? Waste of money?



​troll much?
The number to call is 0800 298 0298.

They did ask for details of my previous purchase -- it does not need to be a vacuum - I have a fan heater and they accepted that.

This is a good deal for this machine. There have been cheaper deals buying from Amazon.de or Amazon.fr, but they do not include the "mini motorized tool" (which is ~£40), there is some doubt as to claiming on the guarantee (legally should be able to, but may be some trouble when trying to claim) and this also includes a cleaning kit.

I believe the kit is the one that costs £44, i.e. http://www.dyson.co.uk/vacuum-cleaners/accessories/cleaning-kit/home-cleaning-kit.aspx

But I will confirm that on arrival.

If anyone knows of a better price for the Absolute in the UK, please do let us know. Apparently prices dropped generally in the UK to £340.

Edited by: "jhbjhb" 20th Jan 2016
I took the plunge! Damn you all.

The Dyson man was very nice, didn't ask for a previous product and even threw in a hose for the cleaning kit as a good will gesture :-)

Ding Dang Diddley Doo
mrs is pestering to get a new hoover as our Henry is on it's last legs, she wants a cordless one this time and keeps going on about the Dysons which i think are mind boggling expensive.

i'm coming round to the idea of getting one of these as a compromise as they seem to get much better reviews

gtech.co.uk/cor…Evw
I use a Henry at work.... although I purchased and am the OP for this dyson, Henry's rule. no dyson comes close in real life use.
I've just called up and purchased one of these but I had to give my serial number and the price was £339.97. I mentioned that it had been £301.98 previously and she said yes it had been but that now they were charging more. It's still a good offer because it contains the tool kit but tbh at £340 the actual vacuum itself is no cheaper than most other retail outlets.
jhbjhb

There have been cheaper deals buying from Amazon.de or Amazon.fr, but … There have been cheaper deals buying from Amazon.de or Amazon.fr, but they do not include the "mini motorized tool" (which is ~£40), there is some doubt as to claiming on the guarantee (legally should be able to, but may be some trouble when trying to claim)



There is zero doubt on warranty of Dyson vacuums purchased in France/Germany and used in the UK. It's even stated on Dyson's website that warranty will apply.

"Where this machine is sold within the EU, this warranty will only be valid (i) if the appliance is used in the country in which it was sold or (ii) if the appliance is used in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Spain or the United Kingdom and the same model as this appliance is sold at the same voltage rating in the relevant country."

https://www.dyson.co.uk/support/guaranteeterms.aspx

I bought a V6 Absolute from Amazon.fr in December (for about £210 delivered), and registered it with Dyson in January (by email, as serial was not accepted from registration page). There was zero issue, and they are even sending me the mini brush for free!


Edited by: "tomtomato" 24th Jan 2016
Hi, I'm looking at the France option, could you tell me about the plug? As in do you need to rewire or purchase a uk plug?
tomtomato

There is zero doubt on warranty of Dyson vacuums purchased in … There is zero doubt on warranty of Dyson vacuums purchased in France/Germany and used in the UK. It's even stated on Dyson's website that warranty will apply. "Where this machine is sold within the EU, this warranty will only be valid (i) if the appliance is used in the country in which it was sold or (ii) if the appliance is used in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Spain or the United Kingdom and the same model as this appliance is sold at the same voltage rating in the relevant country."https://www.dyson.co.uk/support/guaranteeterms.aspxI bought a V6 Absolute from Amazon.fr in December (for about £210 delivered), and registered it with Dyson in January (by email, as serial was not accepted from registration page). There was zero issue, and they are even sending me the mini brush for free!



​How did you get the mini brush?
Reg101

Hi, I'm looking at the France option, could you tell me about the plug? … Hi, I'm looking at the France option, could you tell me about the plug? As in do you need to rewire or purchase a uk plug?


If you purchase in France, you will get a charger with a 2-pin European plug. You can just use a cheap 2-pin to 3-pin adapter (£3?) to connect the charger in the UK. Voltage is the same.
took the plunge, just got this deal

hopefully better than the total clean
Having had this, the new cheaper non-motorised hard floor cleaner in the absolute makes it a lot worse than the Total clean that has two motorised heads.

It seems the point of the absolute being the best cleaner is made with using the small motorhead tool which is 20w compared with the total clean 15w or the animal's 10w (all look the same but somehow Dyson have made the top end products not work with the lower end products). Given that there is a 14day period, I will be returning the absolute for a £10-£20 discount and getting the Total Clean which is £280-£290 depending on price fluctuation
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