Dyson v6 Cordless Vacuum (Refurb) - £150 from Dyson_Outlet (eBay) [£50 off when you spend £200+]
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Dyson v6 Cordless Vacuum (Refurb) - £150 from Dyson_Outlet (eBay) [£50 off when you spend £200+]

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Edited by:"Oxid8ter"Found 30th Aug 2017
£50 off when you spend £200+ with Dyson_Outlet on eBay - thus making a refurbished Dyson v6 Vacuum only £150 (the cheapest I have personally found online)
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Dason forver, its my favoirte!
Is it the same as this which is £179 with a 2 year guarantee?

dyson.co.uk/sti…mt=
£169 new from very.co.uk at the mo so not sure the £19 is worth it for used and 1 year less guarantee
No idea why this deal is hot...this is a refurb... you can get a new one for £170ish many places right now.
New in Currys £179 with 2 year guarentee attached
Edited by: "blackratal" 30th Aug 2017
ordered v8 for 280
Direct from Dyson.co.uk is £179 delivered too
The v8 animal for 280 seems like a better deal?
Dyson uses to to do 5 years guarantee shame they reduced it . I opted for v8 because it's more powerful not sure if that makes a difference for general day to day vacuuming cleaning
It's a Dyson no thanks
Is there anything on the market that compares with these? There are Vax, hoover and shark but when it comes to cordless I automatically want to go for Dyson. It was only this morning that the missus was contemplating getting the V6 from Very as it is £169.99 but we are unsure what to do.
wakkaday1 h, 33 m ago

ordered v8 for 280


Where was this offer please?
They increased prices by £50 week ago.

They were charging 150 for the refurb for weeks.

Dont get fooled.
scottydoobuy1 h, 10 m ago

It's a Dyson no thanks


Pointless post - anyone who can read is aware it's a Dyson. You apparently don't like them but are unable to give any reasons. Mindless prejudice presumably.
eBay
I got that one.the other day from Very , with 10% discount too for new customers so came in at about £152 NEW.
I hate deals like this.

I always think its a new type of interesting metal detector.

I need to socialise a bit more I think
On quick glance at this photo, I thought it was a Keyblade...
The suction power on the v6 is pathetic . Also for £20 more you can buy brand new with 2 years warranty instead of just one. Looking at reviews v6 very likely to break within 2 years.
I paid £140 and I think it's been cheaper. I would hold out for a £130 refurb deal coming soon. Obviously too much stock floating around.
Isn't buying this like purchasing a used condom?
Cold just bought a new one for £20 more
wakkaday30th Aug

Dyson uses to to do 5 years guarantee shame they reduced it . I opted for …Dyson uses to to do 5 years guarantee shame they reduced it . I opted for v8 because it's more powerful not sure if that makes a difference for general day to day vacuuming cleaning


5years on upright 2 on cordless...because of the battery I think
brettytopbanana30th Aug

Is there anything on the market that compares with these? There are Vax, …Is there anything on the market that compares with these? There are Vax, hoover and shark but when it comes to cordless I automatically want to go for Dyson. It was only this morning that the missus was contemplating getting the V6 from Very as it is £169.99 but we are unsure what to do.


Shark have new cordless 2 battery's with item £449 though at last point I look
£449!!! That is pretty steep!
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