Dyson V6 Cordless £179 after coupon free c&c @ Tesco direct
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Dyson V6 Cordless £179 after coupon free c&c @ Tesco direct

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Found 31st Jul 2016
Dyson V6 currently £199 in various stores, however via Tesco Online there's currently £20 off of a purchase over £150 using Promo Code: TDX-KHTX (Offer Ends 7/8/16) making the cost £179.
We've ordered to collect in store and also used some money off via club card points too meaning we've paid £175.
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Are these good? Wife has been wanting for ages!
whosagooner

Are these good? Wife has been wanting for ages!



​I also want to know. Only live in. A1 bed flat so this would be prefect
I bought a v6 Animal a few months ago, refurb (but really brand new!) direct from ebay Dyson (flagged on hukd) for £150.

I'd rate it as excellent, very high build quality and materials, very powerful. Battery lasts 20 minutes which seems short, but surprisingly it's never been a problem for us.
I was looking at the V6 Absolute, looks really good however I was horrified at the price. The V6 looks good too.
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itsdavidjones1984

​I also want to know. Only live in. A1 bed flat so this would be prefect



​Well I'm buying one on the basis of my mother owning one, I've used it and the power/suction seems to be up to the job and cleans well. The practicality and ease of use are the factors that sold it to me, without being lazy the fact that it's sat on its dock (fixed to the wall) ready and waiting to go means it's easy to pick up and clean. Stairs are a doddle, the car too and then when having to go up the the converted loft it makes it hassle free also.
The charge only lasts 20minutes-ish but I don't see it being a problem, I've never been one to hoover the full house in one go so do a couple rooms and then a couple more later or whenever suits I suppose. I just find it practical and easy to use.
Ordered. thanks
Best thing I've bought in a long time. Thoroughly recommend it.

Lx
I'm waiting for a deal on the v8
Bought the V6 Animal a few weeks ago and it is amazing. Buy it... You won't regret it!
too heavy
I bought this from Costco last week and it's brilliant! I use it more as its cordless making it easy to carry upstairs and to the loft etc. I put it on charge after I've used it so I never have a problem with the battery life.
lesley74

I was looking at the V6 Absolute, looks really good however I was … I was looking at the V6 Absolute, looks really good however I was horrified at the price. The V6 looks good too.


Looking for a V6 Absolute as well.
russellanam

Looking for a V6 Absolute as well.



No difference between this and the Absolute apart from the head, I believe. You could always buy this and buy the head separately?
ljboath

Best thing I've bought in a long time. Thoroughly recommend it. Lx



Exactly, same case here, best thing I've ever bought.
Im gona wait for these to be going for £50 in a few months
blatent dyson cordless ripoff supprised they havnt been sued

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Edited by: "Shonk" 1st Aug 2016
ProMooch

​Well I'm buying one on the basis of my mother owning one, I've used it a … ​Well I'm buying one on the basis of my mother owning one, I've used it and the power/suction seems to be up to the job and cleans well. The practicality and ease of use are the factors that sold it to me, without being lazy the fact that it's sat on its dock (fixed to the wall) ready and waiting to go means it's easy to pick up and clean. Stairs are a doddle, the car too and then when having to go up the the converted loft it makes it hassle free also.The charge only lasts 20minutes-ish but I don't see it being a problem, I've never been one to hoover the full house in one go so do a couple rooms and then a couple more later or whenever suits I suppose. I just find it practical and easy to use.



Sounds good, I would be sold normally but one thing puts me off, is the battery, the 20mins is short enough but then you have to worry about how that will deteriorate over next few years.
I bought one last year. If you're on the fence just buy it. Such a handy little cleaner and it's never missed a beat.

No issues from lack of power. Even yesterday I was surprised at how much stuff it picked up (full after a 5min clean in the flat after 1 week!)
I've got the DC59 which is the model before this and I can only say good things about it. Once you go cordless you won't go back. It really is brilliant. Mine came with some attachments which are useful for sucking up dust and cleaning the car.
kwl147

I've got the DC59 which is the model before this and I can only say good … I've got the DC59 which is the model before this and I can only say good things about it. Once you go cordless you won't go back. It really is brilliant. Mine came with some attachments which are useful for sucking up dust and cleaning the car.



I did, found the Dyson to be a pain after 12 months of using it. Yes it's handy, but you're constantly messing about emptying & unblocking the piece of junk. Great being cordless but it comes at a price.
Got this one now, yes it's got a cord, but it knocks the Dyson into a cocked hat. X)
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I'd suggest considering the Bosch Athlet BCH6ATH1GB @£149 (Curry's/John Lewis) before going for the Dyson deal.

I think I'm right in saying you can't actually switch the Dyson to an ON position, you have to continuously hold a trigger, that was enough to put me off.
Edited by: "70s_kid" 1st Aug 2016
These are excellent. Loads of power, about 20 mins runtime in which you can get a lot done. Picks up right in to the carpet stuff you didn't think was there. Lightweight, no bags, easy to store, can be used as a handheld for the car too. One of my best buys (for my mum).

Yes, you have to keep the trigger pressed but it should not be a big hassle. You could wrap something around it if difficult to hold on to.
Edited by: "dearley1231" 1st Aug 2016
70s_kid

I'd suggest considering the Bosch Athlet BCH6ATH1GB @£149 (Curry's/John … I'd suggest considering the Bosch Athlet BCH6ATH1GB @£149 (Curry's/John Lewis) before going for the Dyson deal.I think I'm right in saying you can't actually switch the Dyson to an ON position, you have to continuously hold a trigger, that was enough to put me off.



I have the DC59 which is the old name for this model. I really like it and would recommend it to anyone. Take the tube off and it's a small handy vac for clearing up after the kids.

The reason it has a (very light) trigger power switch is to conserve the battery. With a conventional switch the temptation would be to leave it on as you move from one part of the room to another. Personally I don't find it an issue at all.
bit the bullet on this, had a few club card vouchers left from when we used to shop in Tesco (the days before ALDI :-))

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Bought!... thanks
I've had these hovers since the first one was brought out . You can Hoover a whole house on one charge of you arnt moving furniture. Also take to people's houses when I'm cleaning so is used a lot
Wouldn't be without and hardly ever use larger dyson now
Only downside is the bin emptying
Stuff always gets stuck so requires banging on the side a lot lol but I've never broken one yet !
70s_kid

I'd suggest considering the Bosch Athlet BCH6ATH1GB @£149 (Curry's/John … I'd suggest considering the Bosch Athlet BCH6ATH1GB @£149 (Curry's/John Lewis) before going for the Dyson deal.I think I'm right in saying you can't actually switch the Dyson to an ON position, you have to continuously hold a trigger, that was enough to put me off.


Lol it's really not hard to press. It's like using a lawnmower it's on in your natural drip you have to actively let go of it to stop it. I think it's like this to let you conserve battery power
How does this compare to the V6 Total Clean that Dyson have on their outlet store fora similar price every so often?
Stowgood

Lol it's really not hard to press. It's like using a lawnmower it's on in … Lol it's really not hard to press. It's like using a lawnmower it's on in your natural drip you have to actively let go of it to stop it. I think it's like this to let you conserve battery power



makes sense otherwise you be using power when your not actually vacuuming anything

always wanted one of these, how are they for the car?
70s_kid

I'd suggest considering the Bosch Athlet BCH6ATH1GB @£149 (Curry's/John … I'd suggest considering the Bosch Athlet BCH6ATH1GB @£149 (Curry's/John Lewis) before going for the Dyson deal.I think I'm right in saying you can't actually switch the Dyson to an ON position, you have to continuously hold a trigger, that was enough to put me off.



Thanks that put me right off.
bigup

makes sense otherwise you be using power when your not actually vacuuming … makes sense otherwise you be using power when your not actually vacuuming anythingalways wanted one of these, how are they for the car?



It's great for the car as you can just take it out to the car without worrying about extension leads etc.
What's the difference between this and the Animal version?
I have £41 clubcard vouchers stored up, and would end up getting this for £138.....even at this price I don't think I can convince the o/h that we need one..... I have a dyson ball/upright vacuum already so would I need this as well?
MartH

What's the difference between this and the Animal version?


This one can't play the drums.
maxwell689

I have £41 clubcard vouchers stored up, and would end up getting this for … I have £41 clubcard vouchers stored up, and would end up getting this for £138.....even at this price I don't think I can convince the o/h that we need one..... I have a dyson ball/upright vacuum already so would I need this as well?




Sure if you break it on (air quotes) 'accident'
MartH

What's the difference between this and the Animal version?


I think it's just the accessories it comes with. I think (so please check) the basic hand vacuum thing is the same on all v6 models. the animal comes with about 4 different fittings, which is enough, and more, for everything we could possibly need. For generally vacuuming, I'd say make sure you get the motorised head and long 'pole' - for stairs use without the 'pole',

As well as this post, it's worth looking at ebay dyson shop refurbs, which seem cheaper. But even at this price, these are excellent brilliantly engineered vacuums. Can't understand the criticisms - it feels natural to me to hold the trigger in!

Emptying is a bit of a knack, it needs two hands not one as the instructions state, but once you get the knack it's very easy. It only needs emptying a lot because it sucks up so much gunk!
Edited by: "grahamc2003" 1st Aug 2016
Don't buy the hype - Dysons have a knack of falling apart just after the warranty period ends. Go for a Miele. Or a Henry.
Edited by: "hammeredpizza" 1st Aug 2016
hammeredpizza

Don't buy the hype - Dysons have a knack of falling apart just after the … Don't buy the hype - Dysons have a knack of falling apart just after the warranty period ends. Go for a Miele. Or a Henry.



some skill in making something 'fall apart' after 2 years, the timing must be perfect! even 5 years on the bigger models.
hammeredpizza

Don't buy the hype - Dysons have a knack of falling apart just after the … Don't buy the hype - Dysons have a knack of falling apart just after the warranty period ends. Go for a Miele. Or a Henry.


please post a deal for a miele or henry cordless so we can judge the validity of your contribution...
hammeredpizza

Don't buy the hype - Dysons have a knack of falling apart just after the … Don't buy the hype - Dysons have a knack of falling apart just after the warranty period ends. Go for a Miele. Or a Henry.


Good luck cleaning a carpeted staircase easily with those, good luck cleaning up high etc.
Those are only half decent for cleaning the floor.
I have one and its brilliant. I had the hand held dc 54? and it was rubbish but this one is spot on! hope this helps
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