Dyson V8 Absolute Cordless Vacuum Cleaner - Refurbished - 1 Year Guarantee £289.99 @ Dyson eBay Outlet
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Dyson V8 Absolute Cordless Vacuum Cleaner - Refurbished - 1 Year Guarantee £289.99 @ Dyson eBay Outlet

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Found 20th Feb
Dyson currently sell the V8 Absolute for £379.99 (RRP £520) with a 2yr guarantee. This is via their official eBay outlet for the refurbished V8 Absolute with 1 yr guarantee. I bought the V6 via this outlet a few weeks ago and apart from a less branded box, the items were like new.

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Good find considering the full price elsewhere!
Edited by: "jade8919" 21st Feb
Don't understand why cold... As best price at present. We use this version now & cleans whole house on one charge no issues. Biggest bonus is even the kids use it.. heat added
Edited by: "ShaneDarch" 21st Feb
Cold probably cos it went for £249.99 in BF deals (got one myself)
Bassem_Sabagh14 m ago

Cold probably cos it went for £249.99 in BF deals (got one myself)


Suspect you are right. Still a fantastic machine at this price though. I went for the Total Clean at £309.99 in order to get the extra tools and tool bag. I know it was £279.99 just before Chistmas but that was then and this is now.
stephenashforth21st Feb

Suspect you are right. Still a fantastic machine at this price though. I …Suspect you are right. Still a fantastic machine at this price though. I went for the Total Clean at £309.99 in order to get the extra tools and tool bag. I know it was £279.99 just before Chistmas but that was then and this is now.


That's exactly what I've just done
Been watching the prices of the Absolute and the Total Clean V8 for nearly 2 months and have not seen it cheaper.
There are so many models and accessory combinations in the Dyson range that it can be very confusing, so I can understand why people would vote cold if not fully informed. I don't think Dyson do them selves any favours.

Thanks to the OP for posting this, cold or not!
Edited by: "werewhelk" 22nd Feb
I own the V8 animal. It's a great machine. It's has the motorised direct drive head but not the motorised head for wooden floors, which I feel I didn't need.

Anyway, what was I here for?....

After doing a bit of research, I was surprised to learn that the V6 machines and V8 machines have exactly the same power on normal power mode (the mode you'd be using the most): 28 air watts!

It is only when you get to using max power mode, which runs the battery down a lot faster that you see a difference. 100 air watts for the V6 and 115 air watts for the V8. The V7 has less than both on normal mode with only 21 air watts! If you look into the specifications on the Dyson website, you'll see it's true.

The only advantage the V8 has over the V6 if both have motorised heads is the small increase on max power mode of 15 air watts (again, both have the same power on normal mode), the easy emptying bin on the V8 (which admittedly is a lot less hassle), and possibly slightly longer battery life.

I must admit that considering the V8 versions of the machines are way more expensive, that I was disappointed that at least on normal power mode there is no difference between the 2 motor versions.

I'm not sure paying the considerably increased sum is worth the extra tools which can be bought cheaply on eBay and the like anyway.

You takes your choice I guess.

Hope this helps someone.
Edited by: "Shovon" 24th Feb
Shovon2 h, 42 m ago

I own the V8 animal. It's a great machine. It's has the motorised direct …I own the V8 animal. It's a great machine. It's has the motorised direct drive head but not the motorised head for wooden floors, which I feel I didn't need.Anyway, what was I here for?....After doing a bit of research, I was surprised to learn that the V6 machines and V8 machines have exactly the same power on normal power mode (the mode you'd be using the most): 28 air watts!It is only when you get to using max power mode, which runs the battery down a lot faster that you see a difference. 100 air watts for the V6 and 115 air watts for the V8. The V7 has less than both on normal mode with only 21 air watts! If you look into the specifications on the Dyson website, you'll see it's true.The only advantage the V8 has over the V6 if both have motorised heads is the small increase on max power mode of 15 air watts (again, both have the same power on normal mode), the easy emptying bin on the V8 (which admittedly is a lot less hassle), and possibly slightly longer battery life.I must admit that considering the V8 versions of the machines are way more expensive, that I was disappointed that at least on normal power mode there is no difference between the 2 motor versions. I'm not sure paying the considerably increased sum is worth the extra tools which can be bought cheaply on eBay and the like anyway.You takes your choice I guess.Hope this helps someone.


There are a lot more differences between the V8 and V6 than what you mentioned. I would definitely pay the extra for the V8.
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