Dyson V6 Cordless refurbished from Dyson 30% off £139.99 @ Dyson Ebay Outlet
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Dyson V6 Cordless refurbished from Dyson 30% off £139.99 @ Dyson Ebay Outlet

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Found 13th Apr 2017
Dyson refurbished V6 plus many more all with 30% off at the moment from Dysons eBay store
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noseley

I am in the same situation, not sure which would be best and which is … I am in the same situation, not sure which would be best and which is more "Value".



The model variants are quite confusing. But I spent weeks researching these a while back, so I will explain the fruits of my hard labour for you.

In simple terms my advice would be the following

If you have solely hard floors: V6 Fluffy / V6 Total Clean (Fluffy tends to be cheaper, but TC is a better machine for carpets)
If you have a mix of hard floors/carpets: V6 Total Clean (don't even consider the Absolute; see note below)
If you have just carpet: V6 Animal / V6 Total Clean / V6 Absolute (note that the Animal has the lowest powered motorised tool for carpets, followed by total clean, followed by absolute)

The Absolute has the highest powered motorised tool for carpets, but it does not come with the new (soft roller) hard floor tool. It comes with an older (flat) version, that it not as effective. Also note: you cannot attach the new soft roller hard floor tool to the Absolute; it does not fit that model.

Obviously the above advice is not tuned to price; merely which is the best (in my view) for each flooring situation.

My recommended 'best of both worlds' or 'best all rounder' would be the Total Clean, which is £249 on Dyson's own website brand new, or £229 if you call up as an existing customer I understand; £202 refurbished is a very decent price.

This base model "V6" isn't really good value in my opinion


Edited by: "xeroc" 14th Apr 2017
tempt

Vax is chinese owned and Dyson is british owned - prefer to encourage … Vax is chinese owned and Dyson is british owned - prefer to encourage British companies where possible even if it means paying a bit extra.


That will be the Dyson who moved 800 jobs to Malaysia then
kris147

omfg picked mine up from argos earlier today lol... brill hoover though!



​Eh it's a Dyson not a Hoover.
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Dyson DC40 refurb is £111.99, bargain

Heat added
heat from me too
how does it look like? Does it look new?
omfg picked mine up from argos earlier today lol... brill hoover though!
Chanchi32

Dyson DC40 refurb is £111.99, bargainHeat added



Link?
Chanchi32

Dyson DC40 refurb is £111.99, bargainHeat added



Very good price indeed! I'm shocked/surprised/disappointed that you didn't post this deal Chanchster!
Gollywood

Very good price indeed! I'm shocked/surprised/disappointed that you … Very good price indeed! I'm shocked/surprised/disappointed that you didn't post this deal Chanchster!



haha, well i thought people would see that theres 30% off on refurbs from the OP so no need to post separately

Dyson DC50 refurb is also £125.99
Will the batteries in these units been replaced with a new battery? As a part of the refurbishment?
Excellent value.
Also you can use Nectar points to get more money off
Happy Easter Wifey! (_;)
great deal, hot!
Very good price!
Got one of the refurbed V6 Total machines last year. The device itself had been used but works fine. The accessories looked brand new.

At their current prices I would go for the Animal.
Got the v6 animal last year from them for £159 and wasn't even used when I got it.
Struggling to decide which v6 cordless to get? Is the Total clean with its direct drive roller that much better than the standard v6?
Shovon

Struggling to decide which v6 cordless to get? Is the Total clean with … Struggling to decide which v6 cordless to get? Is the Total clean with its direct drive roller that much better than the standard v6?


I am in the same situation, not sure which would be best and which is more "Value".
noseley

I am in the same situation, not sure which would be best and which is … I am in the same situation, not sure which would be best and which is more "Value".



Just been reading about the new Dyson V7 that's coming out. It takes the easy empty bin of the V8 and sticks it on the cheaper model and has a longer battery life. Apparently, the bin on the V6 is a pain to empty! The V7 won't be as cheap as these offers obviously.
noseley

I am in the same situation, not sure which would be best and which is … I am in the same situation, not sure which would be best and which is more "Value".



I went with the Total Clean. Spoke to Dyson on Live Chat and got £20 off and a free tool kit so for me it was worth the extra £30. Paid £229 delivered.
Is the difference between the V6 standard (this) and V6 animal is that the animal comes with a mini motorised tool, and different colour scheme?

The animal is ~£32 more, but the mini motorised tool can be bought separately for about £23.

Edit: Scrap that last sentence - its £23 for a used mini motorised tool. Hmm I'm tempted to opt for the animal instead.
Edited by: "skyzero" 14th Apr 2017
skyzero

Is the difference between the V6 standard (this) and V6 animal is that … Is the difference between the V6 standard (this) and V6 animal is that the animal comes with a mini motorised tool, and different colour scheme?The animal is ~£32 more, but the mini motorised tool can be bought separately for about £23.Edit: Scrap that last sentence - its £23 for a used mini motorised tool. Hmm I'm tempted to opt for the animal instead.



Not all the motorised heads are compatible between the different models.
According to the which report, the motorised heads don't offer that much of an improvement over the standard.... Hmmm...

Its the bin that puts me off, especially knowing they designed a better one for the V8 and now V7
Edited by: "Shovon" 14th Apr 2017
skyzero

Is the difference between the V6 standard (this) and V6 animal is that … Is the difference between the V6 standard (this) and V6 animal is that the animal comes with a mini motorised tool, and different colour scheme?The animal is ~£32 more, but the mini motorised tool can be bought separately for about £23.Edit: Scrap that last sentence - its £23 for a used mini motorised tool. Hmm I'm tempted to opt for the animal instead.



​​The main motorised floor tool is wider on the v6 animal so covers a larger area. not sure if there are any other differences other than the mini turbine tool.
Do they offer £20 off the refurbs if you have a bought a Dyson previously?
Edited by: "kennycork" 14th Apr 2017
kris147

omfg picked mine up from argos earlier today lol... brill hoover though!



​Eh it's a Dyson not a Hoover.
Dyson is shifting v6 and v8 quite agressively....looks like something good is in the pipeline and maybe has much much better battery life........hot deal OP
Hmm a used vacuum cleaner. Dyson have the v6 animal new 199.99 discounted on their own website.
Edited by: "ashman33" 14th Apr 2017
ashman33

Hmm a used vacuum cleaner. Dyson have the v6 animal new 199.99 discounted … Hmm a used vacuum cleaner. Dyson have the v6 animal new 199.99 discounted on their own website.


Yeah saw this, you also get a 2 year warranty for the new model.
Edited by: "Chi" 14th Apr 2017
Mines on its way, receipt from dyson said 229.00 then total at the bottom 139.99 maybe they are clearing stock for new model.

My thoughts are after its first go it looks used so as long as its functions correctly im not too bothered about it looking perfect.
Edited by: "MElliottUK" 14th Apr 2017
why not get the vax helix brand new for the same price with a tool kit...... it's awesome and so powerful
djames108

why not get the vax helix brand new for the same price with a tool … why not get the vax helix brand new for the same price with a tool kit...... it's awesome and so powerful


Vax is chinese owned and Dyson is british owned - prefer to encourage British companies where possible even if it means paying a bit extra.
Bought one on Black Friday at similar price and it's brilliant!
noseley

I am in the same situation, not sure which would be best and which is … I am in the same situation, not sure which would be best and which is more "Value".



The model variants are quite confusing. But I spent weeks researching these a while back, so I will explain the fruits of my hard labour for you.

In simple terms my advice would be the following

If you have solely hard floors: V6 Fluffy / V6 Total Clean (Fluffy tends to be cheaper, but TC is a better machine for carpets)
If you have a mix of hard floors/carpets: V6 Total Clean (don't even consider the Absolute; see note below)
If you have just carpet: V6 Animal / V6 Total Clean / V6 Absolute (note that the Animal has the lowest powered motorised tool for carpets, followed by total clean, followed by absolute)

The Absolute has the highest powered motorised tool for carpets, but it does not come with the new (soft roller) hard floor tool. It comes with an older (flat) version, that it not as effective. Also note: you cannot attach the new soft roller hard floor tool to the Absolute; it does not fit that model.

Obviously the above advice is not tuned to price; merely which is the best (in my view) for each flooring situation.

My recommended 'best of both worlds' or 'best all rounder' would be the Total Clean, which is £249 on Dyson's own website brand new, or £229 if you call up as an existing customer I understand; £202 refurbished is a very decent price.

This base model "V6" isn't really good value in my opinion


Edited by: "xeroc" 14th Apr 2017
tempt

Vax is chinese owned and Dyson is british owned - prefer to encourage … Vax is chinese owned and Dyson is british owned - prefer to encourage British companies where possible even if it means paying a bit extra.


That will be the Dyson who moved 800 jobs to Malaysia then
xeroc

The model variants are quite confusing. But I spent weeks researching … The model variants are quite confusing. But I spent weeks researching these a while back, so I will explain the fruits of my hard labour for you.In simple terms my advice would be the followingIf you have solely hard floors: V6 Fluffy / V6 Total Clean (Fluffy tends to be cheaper, but TC is a better machine for carpets)If you have a mix of hard floors/carpets: V6 Total Clean (don't even consider the Absolute; see note below)If you have just carpet: V6 Animal / V6 Total Clean / V6 Absolute (note that the Animal has the lowest powered motorised tool for carpets, followed by total clean, followed by absolute)The Absolute has the highest powered motorised tool for carpets, but it does not come with the new (soft roller) hard floor tool. It comes with an older (flat) version, that it not as effective. Also note: you cannot attach the new soft roller hard floor tool to the Absolute; it does not fit that model.Obviously the above advice is not tuned to price; merely which is the best (in my view) for each flooring situation. My recommended 'best of both worlds' or 'best all rounder' would be the Total Clean, which is £249 on Dyson's own website brand new, or £229 if you call up as an existing customer I understand; £202 refurbished is a very decent price.This base model "V6" isn't really good value in my opinion



How do you find the bin mechanism, is it a pain in the ass?
djames108

why not get the vax helix brand new for the same price with a tool … why not get the vax helix brand new for the same price with a tool kit...... it's awesome and so powerful



I own the Which recommended Vas upright pet AC whatever it is and the Vax Carpet cleaner. Im not surprised they give a 6 year warranty as both products have broken more than 3 times each! Every time due to bad design or manufacturing. Really frustrated. Yeah they're cheap, yeah they're good when working but thats the problem, when they work!
Shovon

How do you find the bin mechanism, is it a pain in the ass?



I found it a little fiddly at first, but you get used to it.

At the current prices, I would go for the animal, unless you have a lot of hard floors in which case the total or fluffy models make more sense.
Dang, I just got a V6 Flexi for £200.... it had a dodgy power connector that makes the electric head spin so I got it replaced, very pleased with the V6, annoyed I could have got a refurb for £139 though!

I suspect my returned V6 will get a new cannister fitted and then put out as a refurb....it only got used for 1 day.

The Flexi V6 is £149 refurbed should you want that model.

My V6 is made in Malaysia by the way.


Edited by: "spannerzone" 14th Apr 2017
anyone know how to get the chat window up on dyson website? prefer 2yr guarantee
Edited by: "aaronmcc" 14th Apr 2017
Bought a refurbished v6 animal earlier this year. Very pleased with it, light and easy to use for both carpet and hard floor. Find the battery lasts long enough for me. The dust container is quite small but easy enough to empty. The only thing I find is that the dust gets stuck up at the top of the container and I have to use a plastic tool to get it down.
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