Dyson V6 Trigger Handheld Vacuum Cleaner, Yellow - £129 @ John Lewis (C&C)
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Dyson V6 Trigger Handheld Vacuum Cleaner, Yellow - £129 @ John Lewis (C&C)

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Found 25th Aug 2017
Powerful, ergonomic and innovative, the V6 Trigger Handheld Vacuum Cleaner offers simplistic handling and stunning results when cleaning your home.

Powerful Digital Motor
Up to three times faster than any conventional motor, the digital motor of the V6 spins 110, 000 times a minute faster than any conventional motor, providing you with more suction.

Enhanced Suction
Enhanced by 2 Tier Radial cyclones; 15 cyclones have been arranged across two tiers to increase airflow by working in tandem in order to capture any fine dust. The vacuum cleaner can capture microscope particles as small as 0.5 microns, leaving your home even cleaner.

Great Handling
Ergonomically designed for effective use, the V6 has been shaped to perfectly fit into your hand, whilst the centre of gravity has been positioned towards the grip to provide natural handling and ensure that it is to manoeuvre when in tight spaces.

Cordless Free Power
The V6 does not need to be connected to a power supply to provide you with the power required to thoroughly clean your home. Using Fade-Free Power, the V6 has a re-engineered nickel manganese cobalt battery that is able to maintain the powerful level of suction and the necessary battery life. With 20 minutes running time and a battery recharging time three times faster than others, this vacuum cleaner significantly aids productivity time in your home.
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£10 cheaper at Tesco with code TDX-HYTP.
Are these any good?
I mean compared to the DC35 for instance. Thanks
Good deal
I have one, really disappointed with it. Wouldn't recommend to anyone.
Great suction but battery packed up after 9 months on mine but the 2 year warrenty with dyson covered this issue. I got the motorised carpet tool/hard floor tool and this has turned this into our main vacuum cleaner for our house. The turbo mode really does pickup dirt but only gives 5 minutes use compared with 20 minutes normal. Can do a 4 bedroom house no issue.
Savvy13 h, 13 m ago

Are these any good?

Yes very useful as I don't have to get the hoover out for small messes. It hoovers well and is quite high-powered. Charger is a bit fiddly though and doesn't stay in well once it gets older
You dont get the mini motorised brush with this model, best avoided in
my opinion
Just a doubt( I know no one should doubt Dyson)
"digital motor of the V6 spins 110, 000 times a minute"
1)Can anything spin 110,000 times a minute? Or is it just a virtual number for the 'digital motor'?
2) what is a digital motor?

If everyone in this forum know the answers, i will be extremely depressed for the rest of this bank holiday weekend!!
kkthomask24 m ago

Just a doubt( I know no one should doubt Dyson)"digital motor of the V6 …Just a doubt( I know no one should doubt Dyson)"digital motor of the V6 spins 110, 000 times a minute"1)Can anything spin 110,000 times a minute? Or is it just a virtual number for the 'digital motor'?2) what is a digital motor?If everyone in this forum know the answers, i will be extremely depressed for the rest of this bank holiday weekend!!

Digital motor - quora.com/How…ork

Turbocharger in a car spins faster than that! auto.howstuffworks.com/tur…htm
It only comes with that tiny brush? You'll take forever just vaccuming your car with that.
Savvy110 h, 45 m ago

Are these any good?



Yes , great , hoover the car in 5 minutes, easy to use in house when you only need to hoover a small part, saves getting the corded dyson out
what's the cheaper alternative to these?
Does the animal attachment work well with this model?
Had mines for a while now and have the car attachments. Great for cleaning the card and hard floors, great suction, much better than the gtech. Battery use time is poor though with 4 hour charge
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