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Dyson V6 refurbished 1 year guarantee only £129.99 (2 year guarantee possible) at dyson_outlet eBay
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Dyson V6 refurbished 1 year guarantee only £129.99 (2 year guarantee possible) at dyson_outlet eBay

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Might have to kill Henry off once and for all
Although it says refurbished but usually its a brand new product in which minor defect was sorted.
James_Warren06/01/2020 16:29

Might have to kill Henry off once and for all


Why Henry has better suction than this
dwad1706/01/2020 16:34

Although it says refurbished but usually its a brand new product in which …Although it says refurbished but usually its a brand new product in which minor defect was sorted.


I guess the main question is always around the battery. If it is indeed a brand new product then all good. If not, obviously you don't want the already short running time to be cut further.

It's a great price and very tempting nonetheless.
Dammit if this was before Xmas could of got this for my wife’s present instead of an iron
jakethebeagles06/01/2020 16:41

Dammit if this was before Xmas could of got this for my wife’s present i …Dammit if this was before Xmas could of got this for my wife’s present instead of an iron



You made the right choice, the iron was probably cheaper
repouk06/01/2020 16:43

You made the right choice, the iron was probably cheaper


Thanks I feel better now
LOUGHBORO.GUY06/01/2020 16:36

Why Henry has better suction than this


Henry can’t suck a wood chip through a can of beans
aajax4206/01/2020 18:51

£149. Brand new from currys. Just another option to consider.


That is out of stock. I bought one of these from Currys after Xmas and it turns out it was a refurbished one.
Great hoover. Battery is good enough to clean a decent size house. Had mine over 3 years (refurbished) and still going strong. The trick is to keep the filter clean.... the inside as well as the outside. I used a you tube video to help me as not obvious that it can be taken off the spindle to get to the inside where loads of fluff accumulates.
Recommend this - paid for the refurb one in December and got a brand new product, heard a lot of people did too so worth a punt imo.
Thanks OP, just ordered one.
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