Dyson v7 cordless (latest model) £269 @ currys
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Dyson v7 cordless (latest model) £269 @ currys

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Found 16th Aug 2017
Excellent reviews online

75% more powerful than v6 model. Read description in link
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I need that 75% more as i picked up the v6 and didnt find it picked up much and then on max only had 7 minutes of a 3 hour charge.
Will never touch a Dyson again..cop-out to the Far East
Splodger1019 m ago

Will never touch a Dyson again..cop-out to the Far East

So where do all the other manufacturers make their vacuum cleaners?
Germany for one... Miele


The thing about Mr Dyson is that he was wittering on about taking back control from the EU (in the Leave Camp), bring back manufacturing ..but he has offshored his manufacturing to take advantage of cheap labour costs and made most of his UK employees redundant. Double-standards and something of a tax exile..enough said.
Edited by: "Splodger101" 16th Aug 2017
i need a v16
Splodger10120 m ago

Germany for one... Miele The thing about Mr Dyson is that he was …Germany for one... Miele The thing about Mr Dyson is that he was wittering on about taking back control from the EU (in the Leave Camp), bring back manufacturing ..but he has offshored his manufacturing to take advantage of cheap labour costs and made most of his UK employees redundant. Double-standards and something of a tax exile..enough said.

yes miele is better for us. we also enjoy henry vacuum the cars.
Splodger10131 m ago

Germany for one... Miele The thing about Mr Dyson is that he was …Germany for one... Miele The thing about Mr Dyson is that he was wittering on about taking back control from the EU (in the Leave Camp), bring back manufacturing ..but he has offshored his manufacturing to take advantage of cheap labour costs and made most of his UK employees redundant. Double-standards and something of a tax exile..enough said.



Nearly every thing is made in China, even components for Miele are made in China

m.miele.com/en/…htm

Dyson isn't stupid, I would do the same to maximise profits.

Thr problem here is the Government doesn't give UK businesses subsidies/benefits/tax breaks to manufactur here. The Government rather pump up house prices and the financial sector. The only thing UK makes is houses tbh and these are mainly bought by rich domestic and foreign buyers, because the gov pump up house prices
Edited by: "cf15" 16th Aug 2017
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