Dyson V6 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner (Refurb) + 1yr guarantee £149 / Dyson DC41Mk2 Multi Floor Upright Vacuum (Refurb) + 2yr guarantee £125.99 @ Official Dyson eBay Outlet
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Dyson V6 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner (Refurb) + 1yr guarantee £149 / Dyson DC41Mk2 Multi Floor Upright Vacuum (Refurb) + 2yr guarantee £125.99 @ Official Dyson eBay Outlet

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SuperEd
Found 3rd Jul 2017
Very good price - members who've had refurbs say they're near enough new/as new

Sucks up as much dust as even a corded vacuum. The Dyson V6 cordless vacuum cleaner is powered by the Dyson digital motor V6. This 350W motor, 2 Tier Radial™ cyclones and a re-engineered nickel manganese cobalt battery combine to provide powerful suction. The latest motorised head with carbon fibre filaments aids in achieving high dust removal. Together these four technologies enable Dyson V6 to suck up as much dust as even a corded vacuum.


Dyson DC41Mk2 Multi Floor Upright Vacuum - Refurbished - 2 Year Guarantee £125.99


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Self adjusts to seal in suction across carpets and hard floors. Our machines adjust automatically to every floor type – sealing in suction. Brush bar with 20% more power to release more dirt. Instant release high wand. Our hose and wand release in one smooth action, making it easy to clean up high.
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Northerndave18 m ago

The amount Dyson charge, you'd be surprised there world be any …The amount Dyson charge, you'd be surprised there world be any refurbishment at all. That they exist, tells me that the quality is as poor as ever

​every manufacturer has refubs, it tell you nothing. personally I've never had a problem with Dysons. I've had the same one for 10 years. the only thing I've replaced is the wand part after I ran over it with the car.
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Hi can you please send me the link for the dc 41 model as I can't find it on the site
Original Poster SuperEd
It's in the OP or you can click here Clicky
The amount Dyson charge, you'd be surprised there world be any refurbishment at all.

That they exist, tells me that the quality is as poor as ever
I've had three refurbished dysons and all have had issues and gone back.
Northerndave18 m ago

The amount Dyson charge, you'd be surprised there world be any …The amount Dyson charge, you'd be surprised there world be any refurbishment at all. That they exist, tells me that the quality is as poor as ever

​every manufacturer has refubs, it tell you nothing. personally I've never had a problem with Dysons. I've had the same one for 10 years. the only thing I've replaced is the wand part after I ran over it with the car.
Dyson all the way. Never had issues.
I am looking for a good stick vacuum, I'm not sure whether to get a shark or dyson vacuum, very conflicting reviews
Anyone any experience with the two brands?
While i've heard the Shark is excellent i bought the v6 refurb last time round and i love it, I can get a 3 bedroom house done on a single charge including the stairs and just empty it when i'm done. I was disgusted with myself at just how much it picked up when i was always hoovering with my old cylinder hoover
Northerndave

The amount Dyson charge, you'd be surprised there world be any … The amount Dyson charge, you'd be surprised there world be any refurbishment at all. That they exist, tells me that the quality is as poor as ever

SavageDonkey

I've had three refurbished dysons and all have had issues and gone back.




Care to elaborate what the issues were?
Northerndave

The amount Dyson charge, you'd be surprised there world be any … The amount Dyson charge, you'd be surprised there world be any refurbishment at all. That they exist, tells me that the quality is as poor as ever


Nonsense most likely customer open box returns.
saj2011

Dyson all the way. Never had issues.


Same as. Love my V6 could never see me using a plug vacuum ever again.
goswink

I am looking for a good stick vacuum, I'm not sure whether to get a shark … I am looking for a good stick vacuum, I'm not sure whether to get a shark or dyson vacuum, very conflicting reviews confused Anyone any experience with the two brands?


Dyson v8 absolute is the way to go
These reforms from Dyson arrive as new but in a plain box. I did get one where the charge LED would not come on (but everything else worked fine) and they swapped it out for another one after phoning them. Great service even for a refurbished item.
These are pretty handy, especially for stairs.

Don't suck anywhere near as good as my miele which pulls up carpet but then what does.
Dyson's quality really has gone down in recent years. The older models were robust and were built to last.
I personally have had 3 faults with mine in the last 2 years don't think I'll be buying another one any time soon.

Edited by: "killerboy32" 3rd Jul 2017
The dyson v6 is only £189 with 2 yr warranty and a extra £20 off and free tool kit if been a dyson customer before.

weird how dyson only do 2 yrs on cordless

I'm not a dyson lover but mother in law, I'm a miele fan, and yes it takes bags
roberts432

The dyson v6 is only £189 with 2 yr warranty and a extra £20 off and free … The dyson v6 is only £189 with 2 yr warranty and a extra £20 off and free tool kit if been a dyson customer before.weird how dyson only do 2 yrs on cordlessI'm not a dyson lover but mother in law, I'm a miele fan, and yes it takes bags


Perhaps 2 years is the useful lifespan of the batteries.
imagine batteries be expensive to replace
kingosticks1 h, 19 m ago

Perhaps 2 years is the useful lifespan of the batteries.

​That's exactly the reason why
Wanna bite at this but not sure which 1 to get... Already have a little cordless so mught go for the dc41...
Heat added
DC41 mk2 is fab. On sale atm for £218.99 picks up the underlay if you want it to
kingosticks4 h, 57 m ago

Perhaps 2 years is the useful lifespan of the batteries.

They only give 1 year warranty on the battery last time I checked. No idea what the warranty on the battery is for a refurbished one.
Dyson (and its clones) are ironically the only vacuums that block they rely heavily on the filter meaning it has to be changed often. The cyclones also get blocked. Thats the reason for the massive amount of refurbs around. Its all marketing..

You never see dysons used in industry for good reason. Their performance falls off dramatically. On any other vac that could be solved by changing the bag. On the dyson it means refurbing the machine.
We got a V6 refurb last time it was on HUKD, amazing vac best to do spot cleans regularly rather than try do to whole house in go, battery lasts about 18mins
How is this a deal? New price is £190. For the sake of £40 you are getting a used Dyson and 1 year warranty less.
Got one new via currys the other day £160
Got an upright, got the ball ... and now wondering how to justify buying the cordless.

Hate this site sometimes.
goswink

I am looking for a good stick vacuum, I'm not sure whether to get a shark … I am looking for a good stick vacuum, I'm not sure whether to get a shark or dyson vacuum, very conflicting reviews confused Anyone any experience with the two brands?



My parents bought a dyson, albeit not stick, and had to have the head repaired quite soon at quite a cost.

I bought a shark stick specifically because it's corded (batteries only last so long however well they're looked after) and, apart from looking somehow very gaudy, it's great. I think they've since updated to a colorscheme I find more pleasing as well but beauty is in the eye of the beholder
Ive colded this one. I know on sale (usually at different times between retailers) they got for £160.
Check out sonic direct and others
Thank you for this. Ordered yesterday and it was delivered today. Registered online and it has a 5 year warranty rather than 2 years.
Dyson DC55 Total Clean on offer as well at £169.00
Thandia

Thank you for this. Ordered yesterday and it was delivered today. … Thank you for this. Ordered yesterday and it was delivered today. Registered online and it has a 5 year warranty rather than 2 years.



Same happened to me too a year ago. Dyson registered my V6 Absolute and gave a 5 year warranty as opposed to the expected 2 years.
Edited by: "tomtomato" 5th Jul 2017
Thandia

Thank you for this. Ordered yesterday and it was delivered today. … Thank you for this. Ordered yesterday and it was delivered today. Registered online and it has a 5 year warranty rather than 2 years.


The upright or the cordless?
Incase it helps I bought the V6 Total Clean Stick Vacuum (£202) and the DC40 Multi Floor Upright (£119) on offer and both refurbished from the Dyson Outlet over the May Bank holiday. They both arrived in their original Dyson boxes and tbh they both looked brand new, you couldn't tell they were refurbs. I've been really pleased with the both of them but the V6 is amazing IMO. It makes cleaning the stairs etc..really easy. When I registered them with Dyson I also got a 2 year guarantee for the V6 stick and a 5 year guarantee for the DC40 upright HOT from me btw OP
bigup

The upright or the cordless?



I bought the upright. Very happy with it and the 5 year warranty.
My V6 cordless arrived yesterday - besides the different box you would not know it was refurbished. As far as performance goes, very impressed so far - if you have stairs you need to vacuum you will wonder why you put up with a heavy awkward vacuum cleaner for so long
mother in law get her v6 animal today, not impressed, it got that hot she had to switch it off.

she much preferred the v4.

ive never been a dyson lover, but she has been up to now.

Brother in law got this deal, once I seen it in action I had to have one so just ordered it myself. Thanks OP, heat added!
Your having a laugh! For £20 more you can buy a brand new V6, why would you buy a second hand (refurb) one at this price?.
alexfn4th Jul

Dyson (and its clones) are ironically the only vacuums that block they …Dyson (and its clones) are ironically the only vacuums that block they rely heavily on the filter meaning it has to be changed often. The cyclones also get blocked. Thats the reason for the massive amount of refurbs around. Its all marketing..You never see dysons used in industry for good reason. Their performance falls off dramatically. On any other vac that could be solved by changing the bag. On the dyson it means refurbing the machine.

You are talking completely out of your behind.

For starters, Dyson filters don't have to be changed - they're a lifetime washable filter. If you never wash it then it could deteriorate and need replacing. Not wishing a filter / going past the max fill mark is exactly why the cyclones get clogged.

Dyson aren't used in industry because the level of cleaning doesn't demand something as intricate as Dyson technology. If you saw how much crap a Henry doesn't suck up / expels back in to the air you'd understand what I mean by this.

The only way a Dyson's performance will drop off is if you've let the filter clog, overfilled the machine, or there is damage to the brush bar.

I used to work for Dyson and the amount of times people would bring a machine back kicking off saying it was broken was unbelievable. They'd treat it like it was a bagged machine and would rarely empty it, and when asked when they last cleaned the filters, often they would say they never had.

Yes you can buy a bagged machine, but obviously there's the ongoing cost of bags and filters for those.
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