Dyson V6 Total Clean (RRP £430) £279 @ CURRYS + FREE DELIVERY
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Dyson V6 Total Clean (RRP £430) £279 @ CURRYS + FREE DELIVERY

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Found 18th Nov 2015
Expensive, but the cheapest around!

Includes the motorhead, fluffy head, motorised tool and both crevice tools

10CORDLESS has not expired, but £279 is still the cheapest.

•Two-year manufacturer's guarantee included

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A great price for this model.
What is included (excludes filter at the rear of the unit).

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Edited by: "LM290" 18th Nov 2015
I bought the Absolute from Amazon France for £266 because I wanted the hepa filter...why they couldn't do the hepa in the UK on the Total I do not know as the fluffy head seems better than the hard floor head with the Absolute
what's is the different with ao deals?
Lol i thought it was a selfie stick
Thanks for this. Was going to buy the V6 Animal from Argos for £270 but it's gone up in price today! Ended up with a better model now for £20 less!
I think it's normally a 5 year guarantee with any Dyson ?
blue1971

I think it's normally a 5 year guarantee with any Dyson ?



The 5 year is for their regular vacuum cleaners, not the cordless range.
O2 priority moments r doing £20 off £300 spend if anyone wants to add anything else on at curry's.
nice find op, heat added
LM290



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ezzer72



genius!
blue1971

I think it's normally a 5 year guarantee with any Dyson ?



​2 years
Been keeping an eye on these for the past week... was going to wait until next week but I couldn't resist this price.

Ordered for delivery Saturday... will put it to one side and wait to see if a better deal comes up for Black Friday... if so then I will just return this one.

Thanks OP!
Does the Amazon France one come with a different plug (for the charger, obviously) and will it need a voltage converter, or whatever they are called?
Great deal. We have been considering a cordless for a while. This just helped me pull the trigger. Cheers OP.
Nonsense that they only offer a 2 year warranty on their cordless range, it shows they don't have a great deal of confidence in the longevity of their new products!!
Teezer

Nonsense that they only offer a 2 year warranty on their cordless range, … Nonsense that they only offer a 2 year warranty on their cordless range, it shows they don't have a great deal of confidence in the longevity of their new products!!



​it's due to the battery's. Although they are pretty good tbh
Good price but I'm still amazed at how Dyson managed to rebadge the DC58/59 range as these with only very minor tweaks.
nomis83

Ordered for delivery Saturday... will put it to one side and wait to see … Ordered for delivery Saturday... will put it to one side and wait to see if a better deal comes up for Black Friday... if so then I will just return this one.



Grrrrrrrrrr.
Is the fluffy head noticeably better than the V6 Animal (standard head)?
Edited by: "ajavaid92" 19th Nov 2015
Sucky deal...
how longs this run before needing to re-charge?
Doesn't RRP mean random ripoff price?
Zain

how longs this run before needing to re-charge?



20 minutes of "trigger" time
its all there on the specification tab on their website.


if you use the power boost mode it will be about 8 minutes.


Edited by: "neosalad" 19th Nov 2015
Thanks
This is a good price.

The V6 range was launched earlier this year. However, it is just the DC59 (DC62 in Europe) rebranded with some different attachments.

I actually bought the DC58 as a Black Friday deal last year. I then bought the wand (long tube) and the brush head to effectively make it a DC59.

I'm really impressed with it. It lasts a realistic 20 mins on normal mode. I do not use the high power mode as not really needed. My full size vacuum cleaner gets used a lot less these days.

Dyson recommend that you use the supplied holder / charger. This means the unit is permanently on charge. Whilst this may bring convenience I would suggest only charging when the battery is depleted or at least near to it. Leaving it on charge permanently will see the battery damaged much quicker with run times shortening accordingly.

Replacement batteries are about £60.

John Lewis have the standard V6 model for £225 on price match for those that do not need the Fluffy attachment (this is used for hard floors only).
I am looking at the DC34 handheld. Is this worth the extra money? I just want a handheld. Not worried about it being a full replacement for my upright, just something for quick clean and the stairs.
gillian1479

I am looking at the DC34 handheld. Is this worth the extra money? I just … I am looking at the DC34 handheld. Is this worth the extra money? I just want a handheld. Not worried about it being a full replacement for my upright, just something for quick clean and the stairs.



If it's just for small jobs then the extra £100 doesn't seem worth it. However, I recon that if you did by this you would find yourself replacing your upright. Although it has a short battery life, you don't use the trigger 100% of the time. I can clean my large 2 bedroom flat + landing + car all on MAX mode; that is only suppose to last 6 minutes. You will be surprised at how convenient having a cordless vacuum is.
We have one and never worth the asking price. Pretty useless considering the price. Test one before you buy. Good reduction on the rrp but only worth £50-100 imo
What's the difference between this and the Absolute? Just the included accessories?
mrpaulmay

We have one and never worth the asking price. Pretty useless considering … We have one and never worth the asking price. Pretty useless considering the price. Test one before you buy. Good reduction on the rrp but only worth £50-100 imo



​Can you use it with the charger attached?
Thanks OP for pointing this deal out. Hot!
They're also selling the DC53 Total Clean for £279 so ordered myself one of those. The V6 battery wouldn't last long enough my home, probably mean having to charge after every room I vacuum, plus I need something with a bit more suction with my carpets so the corded more powerful DC53 is perfect for me.

meinnit

What's the difference between this and the Absolute? Just the included … What's the difference between this and the Absolute? Just the included accessories?


The absolute has a HEPA filter so air coming out is filtered.
mrpaulmay

We have one and never worth the asking price. Pretty useless considering … We have one and never worth the asking price. Pretty useless considering the price. Test one before you buy. Good reduction on the rrp but only worth £50-100 imo



Agreed, asking price is crazy. However, useless is a bit OTT. It depends on your needs, if you have a 5 bedroom house it's not going to do the whole job, but if you Hoover particular rooms frequently due to kids then it's a good time saver. I was lucky enough to get mine at a hefty discount a month ago and reducing my cleaning time from 40+ minutes to about 10 minutes has been worth it. I tend to keep on top of it more often now too because it's so convenient.
HHUKD

This is a good price. The V6 range was launched earlier this year. … This is a good price. The V6 range was launched earlier this year. However, it is just the DC59 (DC62 in Europe) rebranded with some different attachments. I actually bought the DC58 as a Black Friday deal last year. I then bought the wand (long tube) and the brush head to effectively make it a DC59. I'm really impressed with it. It lasts a realistic 20 mins on normal mode. I do not use the high power mode as not really needed. My full size vacuum cleaner gets used a lot less these days. Dyson recommend that you use the supplied holder / charger. This means the unit is permanently on charge. Whilst this may bring convenience I would suggest only charging when the battery is depleted or at least near to it. Leaving it on charge permanently will see the battery damaged much quicker with run times shortening accordingly. Replacement batteries are about £60. John Lewis have the standard V6 model for £225 on price match for those that do not need the Fluffy attachment (this is used for hard floors only).



Surely it's Li Ion and benefits from being on top up charge constantly? Best optimisation for Li Ion is a 'top up' charge whenever possible, keeping it in the 50-80% range.

It's the same advice that is highly recommended now by phone manufacturers for example.
How long does it take to fully charge?

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LM290

If it's just for small jobs then the extra £100 doesn't seem worth it. … If it's just for small jobs then the extra £100 doesn't seem worth it. However, I recon that if you did by this you would find yourself replacing your upright. Although it has a short battery life, you don't use the trigger 100% of the time. I can clean my large 2 bedroom flat + landing + car all on MAX mode; that is only suppose to last 6 minutes. You will be surprised at how convenient having a cordless vacuum is.



I bought the dc40 not all that long ago http:/****/1gf7lrg via this deal (£178.89) and it's a great just not ideal for dragging up the stairs when kids spill a pack of crisps or I want a quick clean in the bathroom. I'll happily still use it for my weekly clean just want something handier for small jobs and the stairs. Thanks for your advice though!
Order this morning and it will be delivered tomorrow via DPD!
MacGyverUS

Order this morning and it will be delivered tomorrow via DPD!



Just thought I should point out, it was already this afternoon when you posted this comment
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