Dyson V6 Cord-Free vacuum cleaner £149.99 @ Dyson Shop
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Dyson V6 Cord-Free vacuum cleaner £149.99 @ Dyson Shop

£149.99£199.9925%Dyson Shop Deals
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Expires on 01/10/2019Posted 10th SepEdited by:"TopTrump"
If you go online to Dyson, you can get a Dyson V6 cordless stick vacuum cleaner for £149.99 (norm £199.99) when using the MSE Blagged code MSE50 at the checkout until 11.59pm on Tue 1 Oct. Delivery's free (scheduled, or next working day if you order before 8pm).

The Dyson V6 comes with a charger, wall docking station, and the accessories pictured below:

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Where to enter the codeAt the Dyson site, you'll need to enter the code at the 'Payment' stage of the checkout (after you've entered your details and chosen delivery option) in the 'Have you got a promotional code?' drop-down – see below.

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How good is this deal?
While this isn't the latest model, it's been a popular one, and it's the lowest price we've ever seen for a new Dyson cordless stick vac. Of course, Dyson products aren't the most MoneySaving - its latest 'V' vacuums typically cost £500 or more – so if Dyson's a brand you like, then at £150, we think this deal definitely doesn't suck.

A cheaper alternative to buying brand new is sometimes to look at refurbished models. For example, you can get a refurbished V6 slightly cheaper from the Dyson eBay outlet for £139.99. However, this isn't brand new and only comes with a one-year guarantee, compared to two years when you buy new from Dyson.
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vikfresh11/09/2019 10:10

This or the Gtech one that's always on tv during the day?


I've got the Gtech. I was a strong advocate of it, but things have moved on since Mr. Grey came up with his designs 5 or 6 years ago. Everything since is just a revised edition of the original concept where he addresses some of the weaknesses in the previous design. I bought the combo pack thinking it's all I'll ever need, but it wasn't long before I sought out a Miele to do the vacuuming properly.

The Gtech's are ok, but suction isn't enough to be able to replace your corded vac, it's a supplemental odd job vacuum. Without the spinning brush, the handheld offers very little cleaning performance.

Emptying the bin is a pain in the harris, so much so, that I've gone and ordered an additional core filter off eBay for £3 (hey! Made In China, as is the original - if Grey thinks I'm going to keep lining his pockets - he can whistle) so I can wash one and use t'other whilst it dries (takes almost two days to dry properly without placing on radiators which is a no-no according to the instructions).

The Air Ram Mk1 - the rubberised wheels are degrading, gently peeling away on their own accord despite being used maybe 20 times in the last 3 years, not even a month's intended usage. Cleaning it out is a test of patience and breathing control. Dust cloud city then you've got to clean any surface within half a metre of where you emptied it.
The Air Ram Mk2 has the compactor with the slider which is advertised as easier to empty, but you notice how the handheld Multi isn't demonstrated at all, in fact the TV twin of Nick Grey, he's just standing next to the other smug-ish Nick (who's just emptied his Air Ram Mk2, with a slide), thinking when's this blasted advert going to finish so that I can clean the bstrd dust canister off camera.

Ol' Nick's released a bagged version of the Multi, but I think that's more indication that he's lost or is losing faith in a bagless that performs.

The only things the GTech have over the Dyson is the greater battery life (but you can't boost power level, it's on or off, Dyson has off, medium, high) and it's considerably cheaper than full price Dysons.
I bought the latest Multi Mk2 for under £90 on sale on Amazon to have for the car, the stairs - somewhere I need a compact brush-bar vacuum.
If I was spending the full £150 they normally ask for, I'd either buy another Miele for downstairs, or for the sake of convenience and to satisfy my curiosity, I'd give a Dyson a try. The V6 main negative is the dustbin, but for quick clean ups, I'd give it a try at £150. The V8 is where he started thinking about a mechanism to help get it reasonably clean without having to intervene. The V11 is just stoopid expensive.

They're all still a pain in the arris to clean if you like the look of a clean bin as if it were just taken out of the packaging. I mean, you've mounted it on a wall to kinda show off to your house visitors. Last thing you want is for them taking a look inside to see tufty bits amongst greyed carpet fibres or cocoa pops or shreddies. ('Ooooh! Look, they feed their kids cocoa puffs. Lousy parenting, should be ashamed of themselves!)
Edited by: "TopTrump" 12th Sep
i bought one of these from someone for £100 brand new, absolute steal and the best thing iv ever bought, dead light great suction and easy to use, only issue is battery only lasts 8 mins on max power but thats all i need tbh
bestpricebob11/09/2019 11:23

£10 cheaper on ebay dyson outlet …£10 cheaper on ebay dyson outlet https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dyson-V6-Cord-Free-Cordless-Vacuum-Cleaner-Refurbished-1-Year-Guarantee/133125896605?_mwBanner=1&ul_ref=https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F133125896605&rvr_id=0&rvr_ts=1fd7c87716d0aadd2af09e21ffebb83c&ul_noapp=true&pageci=5bbae2c0-f6b3-459c-9745-d3d9e638239c&epid=28031984315


It's refurbished.
The deal is for a brand new unit.
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benbird711/09/2019 13:39

Use playapp code and it's £24 cheaper.


£14 surely - or am I missing something?
Does this comedy with 5 year guarantee as its brand new?
Bought a refurbished one just over a year ago from dyson. I know some people would swear by it but the mechanism to empty it has to be one of the worst designs ever added to a vacuum. The “idea” is great - a simply release push that drops the dirt into the bin. What dyson’s very polished video doesn’t show you is the process of using your fingers to pull out the dirt that’s lodged higher up in the cylinder, or having the dust and dirt fly all over the place whilst trying to unlatch the cylinder from the body of the vacuum. Don’t take my word for it, look at actual owner/user videos of this ridiculous process.

Yes it’s light weight and yes the suction is good; however, a year on, I honestly wish I’d spent an additional £100 getting a better built version.
Edited by: "RandomUsername1" 11th Sep
Just got the 'refurb' this week.
Its brand spanking new with 2 year warranty.
Bought two - thanks OP
When I look on the site dyson.co.uk for some reason unable to find this vacuum?
Doesn't work with PayPal.
If you've never had a Dyson cordless before you'll probably be suprised with how badly built they are. Before I got one I thought it would feel super premium and stuff because of brand and the high price tag but nope. It's made out of cheap feeling plastic and the whole thing flexes and creeks when you lift it up. The design seems dumb too, very easy for the storage bit to get clogged up and then it's hard to unclog them without using a knife or something to dig away at it. Just overall cheap feeling.

The batteries on them suck too. The V6 stopped working after about 16 months, called support and they said the flashing light means the battery is dead, but it was within warranty so yey we didn't have to pay literally £50 that we fit ourselves. We'll that lasted like half a year. Then bought an amazon battery for £25 which was good and lasted longer but again died after 6 months. Then a friend was giving away their 1.5 year old v6 because it was flashing and they got a v7 as a gift. So yeah again of course support said it's a bad battery, we got a new one from them for cheap, and that lasted like 8 more months. Not sure whats wrong with that one now but like I'm not buying another battery from then.

There's plenty of cordless vacuums to choose from now anyway. At least with the rest you don't need to support a hypocritical company either.
Ben_W11/09/2019 21:00

If you've never had a Dyson cordless before you'll probably be suprised …If you've never had a Dyson cordless before you'll probably be suprised with how badly built they are. Before I got one I thought it would feel super premium and stuff because of brand and the high price tag but nope. It's made out of cheap feeling plastic and the whole thing flexes and creeks when you lift it up. The design seems dumb too, very easy for the storage bit to get clogged up and then it's hard to unclog them without using a knife or something to dig away at it. Just overall cheap feeling.The batteries on them suck too. The V6 stopped working after about 16 months, called support and they said the flashing light means the battery is dead, but it was within warranty so yey we didn't have to pay literally £50 that we fit ourselves. We'll that lasted like half a year. Then bought an amazon battery for £25 which was good and lasted longer but again died after 6 months. Then a friend was giving away their 1.5 year old v6 because it was flashing and they got a v7 as a gift. So yeah again of course support said it's a bad battery, we got a new one from them for cheap, and that lasted like 8 more months. Not sure whats wrong with that one now but like I'm not buying another battery from then.There's plenty of cordless vacuums to choose from now anyway. At least with the rest you don't need to support a hypocritical company either.


Miele would "clean up" if they made a cordless. What do they know that the others don't?
Edited by: "TopTrump" 11th Sep
bestpricebob11/09/2019 11:23

£10 cheaper on ebay dyson outlet …£10 cheaper on ebay dyson outlet https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dyson-V6-Cord-Free-Cordless-Vacuum-Cleaner-Refurbished-1-Year-Guarantee/133125896605?_mwBanner=1&ul_ref=https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F133125896605&rvr_id=0&rvr_ts=1fd7c87716d0aadd2af09e21ffebb83c&ul_noapp=true&pageci=5bbae2c0-f6b3-459c-9745-d3d9e638239c&epid=28031984315


That's a refurbished, NOT NEW
Ben_W11/09/2019 21:00

If you've never had a Dyson cordless before you'll probably be suprised …If you've never had a Dyson cordless before you'll probably be suprised with how badly built they are. Before I got one I thought it would feel super premium and stuff because of brand and the high price tag but nope. It's made out of cheap feeling plastic and the whole thing flexes and creeks when you lift it up. The design seems dumb too, very easy for the storage bit to get clogged up and then it's hard to unclog them without using a knife or something to dig away at it. Just overall cheap feeling.The batteries on them suck too. The V6 stopped working after about 16 months, called support and they said the flashing light means the battery is dead, but it was within warranty so yey we didn't have to pay literally £50 that we fit ourselves. We'll that lasted like half a year. Then bought an amazon battery for £25 which was good and lasted longer but again died after 6 months. Then a friend was giving away their 1.5 year old v6 because it was flashing and they got a v7 as a gift. So yeah again of course support said it's a bad battery, we got a new one from them for cheap, and that lasted like 8 more months. Not sure whats wrong with that one now but like I'm not buying another battery from then.There's plenty of cordless vacuums to choose from now anyway. At least with the rest you don't need to support a hypocritical company either.


No idea what you are doing to your batteries. Still on original battery from 3 years ago.
CoeK11/09/2019 21:53

No idea what you are doing to your batteries. Still on original battery …No idea what you are doing to your batteries. Still on original battery from 3 years ago.



I mean clearly I'm doing nothing. They're batteries... Even if I unscrewed the pack from the vacuum and chucked it against the wall 10 times they should be fine. The battery going dodgy is the last thing I'd blame on user error.
bestpricebob11/09/2019 17:36

Does this comedy with 5 year guarantee as its brand new?


You must be having a laugh.
Ben_W11/09/2019 22:06

I mean clearly I'm doing nothing. They're batteries... Even if I unscrewed …I mean clearly I'm doing nothing. They're batteries... Even if I unscrewed the pack from the vacuum and chucked it against the wall 10 times they should be fine. The battery going dodgy is the last thing I'd blame on user error.


Fascinating.
Bought. Thanks OP, been waiting for something like this.
frenchian11/09/2019 23:49

Bought. Thanks OP, been waiting for something like this.



Foreigner made a song about it.
waiting, for a vac like you (more likely to do some sucki sucki)

Bandana on, crank up the stereo whilst cleaning up and have a sing song with your Dyson cordless microphone.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 11th Sep
I'd rather buy anything other than a handheld Dyson. Used two of the previous mk editions of these which turned out to be absolutely useless. Battery sufficient for one room only, mediocre suction, massively overpriced compared to rivals. Shark have moved the game on with powered rotor heads and better battery and performance. Let him go swing in Singapore!
Ordered one. It will be used for stairs and odd places where the robot vacuum doesn’t reach. Let’s see how that goes
Ben_W11/09/2019 22:06

I mean clearly I'm doing nothing. They're batteries... Even if I unscrewed …I mean clearly I'm doing nothing. They're batteries... Even if I unscrewed the pack from the vacuum and chucked it against the wall 10 times they should be fine. The battery going dodgy is the last thing I'd blame on user error.



Usually it's recommended that people leave them on the first charge for 12 hours before using. If they aren't lasting 2 years then that's usually the reason
Delivery was set for 'before 12 noon' today. Just had an email saying they were overrun with orders and I can expect it to arrive before Monday 16 September 'at the latest'.
Seagull12/09/2019 11:27

Delivery was set for 'before 12 noon' today. Just had an email saying …Delivery was set for 'before 12 noon' today. Just had an email saying they were overrun with orders and I can expect it to arrive before Monday 16 September 'at the latest'.


Did you get an email saying it was dispatched?
Seagull12/09/2019 11:27

Delivery was set for 'before 12 noon' today. Just had an email saying …Delivery was set for 'before 12 noon' today. Just had an email saying they were overrun with orders and I can expect it to arrive before Monday 16 September 'at the latest'.



same here...

Good morning,

Thank you for your recent order.

Unfortunately due to an unprecedented amount of orders and the volume of traffic on our website yesterday being exceptionally high, your order’s dispatch has been delayed. We aim to deliver your order by Monday 16th September at the latest.

You will receive further delivery information from the courier company when your machine is out for delivery either via text or email. Any amendments you wish to make to your delivery can be made by speaking directly to the courier company.

Please accept our sincere apologies for any disappointment and inconvenience caused.

Kind regards,

Operations Support Team.

Dyson UK.
niz7811/09/2019 21:36

That's a refurbished, NOT NEW


Mine was new. Hold on how do know what 1000s of peoples are getting? How many returns do you think Dyson got? It's a discontinued model. So there clearing stock.
appfreak12/09/2019 11:48

Did you get an email saying it was dispatched?


No dispatch email, but when I placed my order I clicked the box for next day delivery before 12 noon.
Seagull12/09/2019 12:50

No dispatch email, but when I placed my order I clicked the box for next …No dispatch email, but when I placed my order I clicked the box for next day delivery before 12 noon.


So you paid the extra fiver I'm assuming, in which case I'd expect your order would/may be treated as a priority?
Edited by: "TopTrump" 12th Sep
TopTrump12/09/2019 12:53

So you paid the extra fiver I'm assuming, in which case I'd expect your …So you paid the extra fiver I'm assuming, in which case I'd expect your order would/may be treated as a priority?


No extra cost for that option. From memory the £5 charge would be 'before 9am' delivery.
Edited by: "Seagull" 12th Sep
I ordered last night and got an email at 8-30 am saying it was dispatched and will arrive on Friday
Edited by: "appfreak" 12th Sep
paneds10/09/2019 23:20

....great suction and easy to use, only issue is battery only lasts 8 mins …....great suction and easy to use, only issue is battery only lasts 8 mins on max power but thats all i need tbh


Um....
TopTrump12/09/2019 13:31

He's obviously gone for full sucki sucki


Pssht, back in the day that only cost $5
ripkord12/09/2019 13:36

Pssht, back in the day that only cost $5


But you had to travel to Vietnam. There's airfares to consider, airport taxes, hotel bills, the bureau de change and their rip off commissions (but now with Monzo, Starling or Revolut - it's one less burden). It all mounts up and it takes a 'long time'!
Edited by: "TopTrump" 12th Sep
TopTrump12/09/2019 13:40

But you had to travel to Vietnam. There's airfares to consider, airport …But you had to travel to Vietnam. There's airfares to consider, airport taxes, hotel bills, the bureau de change and their rip off commissions (but now with Monzo, Starling or Revolut - it's one less burden). It all mounts up and it takes a 'long time'!


Meh, I'm too beaucoup anyway.
Battery is terrible, bought in January 2019, battery lasts 15mins on a full charge.
These a crap. Have the v8 and they are good for quick cleans but dont last long enough to clean an average sized house on one charge. Quality socks as the motorised head had to be replaced after 6 months. Useless for cleaning cars as too awkward to use, doesnt last long enough, accessories are no good. I use an on Dyson dc08 for the car which is far better, but hefty and is quite robust....our us approx 12 years old. The v8 feels like itll last 2 years which for a pricey item is pathetic.
Edited by: "royals" 12th Sep
Tom_Jones11/09/2019 17:07

Just got one from Dyson eBay store for £125. Supposedly refurbished but it …Just got one from Dyson eBay store for £125. Supposedly refurbished but it brand new and registered with 2 yr warranty.



Me too
I ordered yesterday morning at 730am and it arrived this afternoon at 3pm, despite the original tracking email saying monday arrival. Everything looks new and I seem to have a 2 year guarantee enclosed 2. Used the app for 20% off so paid £126 for it and very happy. Given it a quick run around and amazed quite how much dust I emptied out after the henry went over last week. Perfect for my little flat and car. Wish I'd bought one earlier instead of spunking 100 quid on a jisewei robot that died after 3 months and 30 notes on a von house stick that blows 90% of what it sucks up back out through the casing.

tldr; super hot from me
Ben_W11/09/2019 22:06

I mean clearly I'm doing nothing. They're batteries... Even if I unscrewed …I mean clearly I'm doing nothing. They're batteries... Even if I unscrewed the pack from the vacuum and chucked it against the wall 10 times they should be fine. The battery going dodgy is the last thing I'd blame on user error.


Is it correct to assume that you left your dyson v6 plugged in on charge 24/7 - 365 days a year ? That does drastically reduce the life of a battery and is something I would personally label as user error.
MJM12/09/2019 16:29

Is it correct to assume that you left your dyson v6 plugged in on charge …Is it correct to assume that you left your dyson v6 plugged in on charge 24/7 - 365 days a year ? That does drastically reduce the life of a battery and is something I would personally label as user error.



You mean I'm not supposed to leave it in the docking station when not used?... Batteries have long been able to be designed to be left on charge for ages anyway, especailly well enough that they'd be fine after SIX months including being used every other day.

Either way though I guess the quote "the battery is designed to be left on charge permanently" on the Dyson.co.uk website next to a photo of the dyson dock says enough.
Ben_W12/09/2019 18:40

You mean I'm not supposed to leave it in the docking station when not …You mean I'm not supposed to leave it in the docking station when not used?... Batteries have long been able to be designed to be left on charge for ages anyway, especailly well enough that they'd be fine after SIX months including being used every other day. Either way though I guess the quote "the battery is designed to be left on charge permanently" on the Dyson.co.uk website next to a photo of the dyson dock says enough.


I thought things had moved on since the late '90s. Electronic control circuitry are supposed to handle whether or not to initiate or stop the charging process. That why they all cost so much, because they've got intelligent this that and the other.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 12th Sep
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