trade-in your old vacuum for £100 off Dyson D28c £299.99 at Argos (£199.99 after trade-in) + £10 voucher for your next purchase
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trade-in your old vacuum for £100 off Dyson D28c £299.99 at Argos (£199.99 after trade-in) + £10 voucher for your next purchase

£299.99Argos Deals
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Found 20th Apr 2014
Ofer valid between 09/04/2014 and 27/05/2014 1. We can accept as trade-in any used vacuum including any upright, cylinder, carpet cleaner or handheld. 2. There is no need for Argos to check whether your vacuum is in working order or not as we will accept the trade-in no matter the condition of the vacuum. 3. Before accepting your vacuum as a trade-in product we will require two forms of identification and the customer must be 18 years old or over. You will need to provide us with one piece of photographic identification...(for full time&conditions check the website, but basically this)

- Recieve £10 voucher from argos for purchase above £100
- This deal also available John Lewis
m.johnlewis.com/mt/…990
- 5 years part & labour guarantee
- Got mine yesterday from Argos in Staines

37 Comments

Could never do that to my Henry

Shame the deals not on a Henry

disney29

Shame the deals not on a Henry


Shame it's not on their "stick" vacuum's (_;)

Good deal. First I've seen for a cylinder with 280AW.

is this just for the model shown or £100 off any dyson from Argos?

Original Poster

Depend on the model:
http://www.dyson.co.uk/trade-in/trade-in.aspx

This is the only £199 I could find that still in stock in Argos or John Lewis, decided to buy at Argos to get the extra £10 voucher
They also do this promotion Tesco, Currys, etc. but the prices are still above £200

I got this dyson money back deal yesterday from currys. got a £10 vacuum cleaner off gumtree and traded this in.

I was wondering too if its just this model, I prefer upright

No they have uprights too!! Just been looking at them

what happened to the john lewis deal on here yesterday with 2 discount codes making the dyson 28c only £119 delivered. I ordered a couple.

Sainsburys had something similar in store, £80 trade in against Dysons.

Is Argos open today does anybody know?

was £119 at john lewis yesterday with 5yr warranty

padone

was £119 at john lewis yesterday with 5yr warranty


Ordered one yesterday

My mother has a dyson paid £300+ for it and i can honestly say dont bother, henrys are only 100ish and way better value for cash.

5 year warranty is bull as the small print states they dont fix certain things such as wear and tear :\

I'm sure it is a good deal on price but I would never buy another Dyson again. I could suck better than the one I have.

mxer450

Is Argos open today does anybody know?



Smaller stores are, check Argos Store Locator

As others have said, save your money and buy a Henry for £100. Dysons are over hyped & over priced - I would never buy another one.

seanmorris100

My mother has a dyson paid £300+ for it and i can honestly say dont … My mother has a dyson paid £300+ for it and i can honestly say dont bother, henrys are only 100ish and way better value for cash.5 year warranty is bull as the small print states they dont fix certain things such as wear and tear :\



Having a George (same as Henry with additional wet/dry mode) and a Dyson DC39, the Henry is simply not as powerful for picking up dog hair, it doesn't even come close. They are good vacs all right but not even close in terms of suction - but I would agree they are cheaper and also far less complicated to go wrong - plus parts available off the shelf just down the road from my local supplier. Its a good reliable machine, but lets not get carried away. It can't really be beaten at the £100 price point IMO.

Dyson does have it's downsides too, I think I would take a bag with decent capacity for cleaning a big house over the tiny compartment of the DC39, plus the emptying of it does just chuck dust back into the kitchen and if you overfill it with dog hair like ours does after just a room or two you then have to try and scrape the compacted fluff out of the thing.
The final bad design issue on the DC39 is despite the wide hose there is a terrible restriction just before it enters the dust compartment at a right angle, meaning if you suck something up that is large enough to go up the hose but not around that corner it wedges the whole thing up.

Warranty is sound, You expect them to replace parts you have scratched? How about if you drop it down the stairs, that their fault too?
The same thing on your car warranty - buy a brand new car and comes with 60,000 mile warranty, doesn't mean you don't have to pay for tyres or brakes during that time does it? Sheesh.

Norman-B

I'm sure it is a good deal on price but I would never buy another Dyson … I'm sure it is a good deal on price but I would never buy another Dyson again. I could suck better than the one I have.



Mine's the same, but only when I forget to clean/replace the filter.

I never fails to amaze me that people keep banging out personal anecdotes which are actually personal failings...

If your Dyson lacks suction, odds are the filter needs cleaning or a pipe is loose/torn. We have 2 Dysons (6 and 17 years old respectively) and both will lift poorly laid carpet! In fact we only have the younger one because it was too heavy to use for her indoors' grandparents - otherwise we'd still be happy with the older one, it still works 100%

The quality has certainly slipped over the years - bits have broken on the newer one which are original on the older one - but a 4 thumbed monkey could strip and repair a Dyson and parts are easily sourced/relatively cheap (in fact your local recycling centre will have what you need in the skip!)

I've used a lot of vacs and I'd still buy another Dyson - top-end Miele's are decent, but changing bags is costly and boring.

It all depends what you want tho - it's entirely possible a £70 vac will please most people, but not everyone - best not to tell people what they need when you don't know what it is eh?

Banned

dyson no longer have exclusivity on cyclon sucksion cheaper imports available

'Best not tell people what they need'!
Hmm, not sure I read a single post on here that does that! I've read a few that state they don't rate Dyson. Sooo sorry if that opinion is different to yours.
As for the Dyson in my home, 4 years old, serviced twice, filter cleaned on a REGULAR basis, nothing in the hose yet suction is poor compared to my old £70 Hoover.
I'm off to ebay to look for a 4 thumbed monkey to strip down and repair mine.

i need a paracetamol

The thing is, it's not just about raw suction, what makes a vac good is a lot more complex than that.

One of our Dysons has the clever "floating" head - the other is the cheaper 'fixed' one. The difference is VERY noticeable, the floating head is FAR better on newer/deeper carpets despite that model being older/less powerful.

I replaced the brushbar on the older one (simply because I 'acquired' a nicer one when searching for a replacement belt) and that made a huge difference to how much dog hair it lifted - the old one isn't knackered but the newer one simply 'brushes better'.

It's a mistake to say "I want the vac with the most suction" - there's a lot more too it than that - hell, even issues like weight are more important - it's no use having a super-powerful vac if it's too heavy to drag around (as most uprights are for our stairs, for example)

Banned

U missed the glitch guys on johnlewis... £120 with 5 year guarantee dc28 the ball

Don't forget the Miele S700 cat & dog which is still £150 at Curry's.

Norman-B

I'm sure it is a good deal on price but I would never buy another Dyson … I'm sure it is a good deal on price but I would never buy another Dyson again. I could suck better than the one I have.


Have you checked the filters? Dyson are not supposed to lose suction. The image of you sucking up dust............lol

justicesj

i need a paracetamol


Goes to medicine cabinet to get some paracetamol.....there you go, have two!

[quote=Norman-B]'Best not tell people what they need'!
Hmm, not sure I read a single post on here that does that! I've read a few that state they don't rate Dyson. Sooo sorry if that opinion is different to yours.
As for the Dyson in my home, 4 years old, serviced twice, filter cleaned on a REGULAR basis, nothing in the hose yet suction is poor compared to my old £70 Hoover.
I'm off to ebay to look for a 4 thumbed monkey to strip down and repair mine.[/quote
Sorry Norman I just bought the last 4 thumbed monkey off Ebay, to be honest I don't rate it much, try to get yourself one with 5 thumbs it might be better.

Fraggle13863

Have you checked the filters? Dyson are not supposed to lose suction. The … Have you checked the filters? Dyson are not supposed to lose suction. The image of you sucking up dust............lol



Thank you for your concern. As someone with very little puff/suck due to a poor chest, I can assure you I don't want to put my lips to the rug/carpet but sometimes it seems I would do as well to do so.
I clean and wash my filter on a very regular basis. My last service from Dyson engineer (who was superb!) resulted in a near rebuild.

Fraggle13863

[quote=Norman-B]'Best not tell people what they need'!Hmm, not sure I … [quote=Norman-B]'Best not tell people what they need'!Hmm, not sure I read a single post on here that does that! I've read a few that state they don't rate Dyson. Sooo sorry if that opinion is different to yours.As for the Dyson in my home, 4 years old, serviced twice, filter cleaned on a REGULAR basis, nothing in the hose yet suction is poor compared to my old £70 Hoover. I'm off to ebay to look for a 4 thumbed monkey to strip down and repair mine.[/quoteSorry Norman I just bought the last 4 thumbed monkey off Ebay, to be honest I don't rate it much, try to get yourself one with 5 thumbsmight be better.




Thanks, that saves me searching!

No problem. Glad to help.

Purchased today, good deal but no £10 voucher. Currently not doing the free vouchers

does it mean I can buy a cheap vaccum cleaner for ~£35 and then exchange it to get £100 off this one.

Original Poster

as stated "We will accept the trade-in no matter the condition of the vacuum"

I've got to get one, mine has just died, but I'm not sure if this one will be powerful enough. My present one is a Vax (second Vax, not buying a third) 400 Air Watts, this is much less. Think I'll notice the difference?
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