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Dyson V8 Absolute Cordless Vacuum Cleaner - Refurbished - 1 Year Guarantee £289.99 @ Dyson eBay Outlet
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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 boug… Read more
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.
Cold probably cos it went for £249.99 in BF deals (got one myself)
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
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Good find considering the full price elsewhere!
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Dewalt DCK699M3T 18V Cordless Kit (6 piece) £639.99 @ Toolsense
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Found 20th FebFound 20th Feb
DCD795 Brushless Compact Hammer Drill, DCF886 Brushless Impact Driver, DCH253 3 Mode SDS Plus Rotary Hammer, DCS331 Jigsaw, DCS391 Circular Saw, DCL040 LED Pivot Light, 3 x 4.0Ah S… Read more
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mr.mean.197535 m ago

Looks the same kit on EBay, item number 302645641667 £595.00 the those who …Looks the same kit on EBay, item number 302645641667 £595.00 the those who prefer PayPal.


Good find.
I would live this for my birthday hint to my husband. Birthday for me hopefully x
Looks the same kit on EBay, item number 302645641667 £595.00 the those who prefer PayPal.
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Grundig VCH 5340  Cordless vacuum cleaner £45 @ IC discount store - Nottingham
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Found 20th FebFound 20th Feb
Went to IC Discount store in Nottingham today and spotted this Grundig cordless vacuum cleaner. ..I think it's got a 3 year warranty too...For £45 quid it looks OK. ....not sure of… Read more
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I like I C Discount store ..great place for diy stuff ...paint brushes etc...food a bit hit and miss....never knew government building on Chalfont drive was still going. ..thought all government offices there had closed...lol....
clashpie11 m ago

I thought that when I was in the store....why is it nearly everyone I know …I thought that when I was in the store....why is it nearly everyone I know calls their vacuum cleaner a hoover...although its usually a Dyson/Miele/Samsung/Vax/G Tech lol???


I know. The free flights things did seem to give them a bad name! Do you live in Nottingham? I visited for about a month for training at Government offices Chalfont Drive. It is probs the most friendly place I have visited!
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I thought that when I was in the store....why is it nearly everyone I know calls their vacuum cleaner a hoover...although its usually a Dyson/Miele/Samsung/Vax/G Tech lol???
Hot deal but the person who wrote the sign should watch out. It is not a hoover.
BT8600 Cordless Trio Phones @ Tesco Warwickshire from £60 to £20
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Found 19th FebFound 19th Feb
Finally Tesco have dropped the prices on Cordless phones. I got the BT8600 this morning reduced from £60 to £20. More models are also on sale, probably in store only. Worth grab… Read more
billyboyjones18 h, 35 m ago

Strange this isn't it? So not old stock nor clearance stock, yet it's …Strange this isn't it? So not old stock nor clearance stock, yet it's alleged now selling for different reduced prices in stores ...


A new line is coming out, Tesco in Leeds had signage out for the new range, but empty shelves.

These are the new ones BT Premium Phone - Three Handsets
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Just picked up last trio Warrington for £25.... bargain
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oppkuk16 h, 59 m ago

Nothing in our local


And which one is that? May save another person wasting their time going to look.
jnigel261 h, 22 m ago

I wouldn't want my nuisance calls blocked. My fun would disappear! Home …I wouldn't want my nuisance calls blocked. My fun would disappear! Home today and had 8 so far, you always know it's a nuisance call from the display. I just lead them on if I have spare time. One today I kept talking for almost 14 mins! LOL He was livid after I told him I'd led him on, then told him 'you're lucky, the last one was warned I had a whistle, but he didn't listen.' - he's probably had to give up his pathetic cold calling job after that. Ex cop whistle! Cold callers deserve all they get. Sadly, they don't give up. Funnily, nor do I!!!




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Guild 1.3AH Li-ion Cordless Hammer Drill - 18V £28.49 at argos
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Guild 1.3AH Li-ion Cordless Hammer Drill - 18V £28.49 at Argos. Brought one as good price on a budget
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I have this one and the chuck isn't great doesn't seem to hol drill bits well they always seem to come loose and stick in the work peice. Its fine as a screwdriver as the bits are hex shaped.
I have several Guild drills and they're very good but I honestly wouldn't recommend this one. Small battery, weak motor and the battery isn't interchangeable with other guild products. I'm not even sure that you can get extra/replacement batteries.

If it's your first/only drill I'd honestly suggest one of the other Guild drills (extra batteries currently just £12.99 which is terrific) or better still if you can stretch to this one (link below) you'll get two batteries plus lots of drill bits, etc all in a neat case to keep them together and tidy; perfect for the ocassional DIYer:

argos.co.uk/pro…545
Edited by: "Besford" 18th Feb
Ideal as a screwdriver ,1.3 ah pretty useless .
Better with aldi one, 3 year warranty ,20v,and 2ah battery.Same money.
Edited by: "rickj" 18th Feb
Ideal for the average DIYer
I've got this. Quality bit of kit, especially at this price.
Wahl Cordless 13 Piece Mini Pro Trimmer now £7 C+C @ Asda George
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Thought this seemed a great price, ideal for travel or home use, good reviews Wahl® MiniPro™ Clipper. This compact clipper is the perfect size for that first haircut to total body… Read more
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Ordered - thanks OP
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nn19641152 m ago

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wahl-9307-100-Compact-Clipper-Pieces/dp/B000I1QQBI


Thanks, but still can’t see it on the link. Did you find it?
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HotUKDealSeeker1 h, 13 m ago

Can’t find any information on the cut lengths, anyone have any idea the s …Can’t find any information on the cut lengths, anyone have any idea the shortest and longest it can do?


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Daewoo 6.5L Slow Cooker now £16.99 / Tower LED Colour Changing Cordless Kettle £14.87 C+C w/code @ Robert Dyas
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You need to use code 15HALFTERM to bring the on site prices down by an extra 15% (works on most items on the site). Link goes to the Daewoo 6.5L Slow Cooker that is now £16.99 wit… Read more
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I thought to have a look around for a glass colour changing kettle and stumbled on this for £15.99, actually lots of them... except only a blue led. Hmmm...

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Thank u for this post!!! Been looking for a new Slow Cooker n I’ve just ordered two!!!
I have a Daewoo car, that's slow too!
I have a glass transparent kettle and I love it. Pure quality. I do fin i clean it more often with some lemon juice once a week but it also means the water in my tea is clean too! Also as someone above mentioned its easy to boil just the amount you need saving you money. Ive had mine for years and its starting to leak. It's a shame they're all in the £50 mark though
4-in-1 Li-Ion Cordless Screwdriver £19.99 at Aldi
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Was after a cordless after I left a cheapy on a job today. Missed that 20 quid Bosch one at Amazon before Xmas, went for this, looks good. Good reviews, 3 yr free warranty, free de… Read more
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I have the Bosch IXO minus the cutter adaptor, which cost me a lot more than this Heat added.
I think I purchased the 12v one about a year ago - Really good value drills
Thanks, just bought, having those attachments included sold me.
Looks pretty nifty. Mine has seen better days in fairness, probably a good time to get one for me
Got the same thing in Lidl last year, really handy for round the house. The cutter is brilliant for carpet!
VonHaus 3.6V 2 In 1 Cordless Trimmer & Edger £18.99 @ Domu
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Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
Looks like a good piece of kit for under £19 delivered plus you'll get a 2 year warranty. Keep your lawn, shrubs and garden greenery well-manicured with the VonHaus 3.6V 2 I… Read more
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zx636r31 m ago

Bit dense down there is it?


Yeah, it stinks
Cold from me only because this is the normal price everywhere.
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Dyson v6 Car and Boat cordless handheld vacuum cleaner @ Tk Maxx (with free delivery) - £115
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Best price I can find online. Dyson outlet has these up at £189 for a refurbished unit at the moment ...and cheapest on ebay was ~£140 when I looked earlier. Seems like a barg… Read more
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Is the boot the one you put on your feet then?
Last time I checked, the boot was still part of the car.
its car and boot - typo in OP - sorry for all jokers! - Or at least on TK maxx site its boot
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Back in stock..
Hitachi DV18DBFL2/JM 18V 70nm Cordless Brushless Combi Drill with 2x 3.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries @ ToolStation
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Good price for 2x 3.0Ah and 70nm max torque from a well-regarded brand. 2 x 3.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries Compact - only 189mm body length 90min Charge Time Max. Torque: 70Nm 22 T… Read more
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sprite1275943 h, 15 m ago

So I'm on the look out for a new combi but would also like an impact as …So I'm on the look out for a new combi but would also like an impact as I've never had one. I want heavy duty but not bothered about brushless if there are decent deals out there for brushed models.Been a makita boy for the last 5 or so years rocking a 8444D which has served me well although the battery have just about had it.Any recommendations?



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So I'm on the look out for a new combi but would also like an impact as I've never had one.

I want heavy duty but not bothered about brushless if there are decent deals out there for brushed models.

Been a makita boy for the last 5 or so years rocking a 8444D which has served me well although the battery have just about had it.

Any recommendations?
ThanksForThat5 h, 28 m ago

Not really, you might have gathered from your other post I'm a … Not really, you might have gathered from your other post I'm a Milwaukee man when it comes to cordless. I've used both in the past, the Hitachi's always seemed alright, though I bought a Hitachi angle grinder recently and it sounds rough as anything. I've got a few DeWalt corded tools, they've never let me down, and my SDS has taken some right beatings over the last 12 years or so. Of the two, based on experience I'd probably go for the DeWalt, but in terms of what you get for your money I'd go for the Hitachi.As a heads-up, you might see some good deals on Hitachi coming up this year, as they're rebranding to Hikoki in October so no-doubt they'll be clearing out the Hitachi-branded stock.


I turned to Milwaukee tools some years ago but not impressed with the latest models. I have also used Hitachi's and although maybe not the best, they were always been solid performers. Imo, they are about the same league atm. Didn't know that will change brand name soon, hope its for the best, as Hitachi has good reputation in general.
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stringsonfire1 h, 10 m ago

Thanks both. Code added. Wasn't sure if uktoolcentre was a reliable …Thanks both. Code added. Wasn't sure if uktoolcentre was a reliable site.Any thoughts on this Vs the Dewalt deals?


Not really, you might have gathered from your other post I'm a Milwaukee man when it comes to cordless. I've used both in the past, the Hitachi's always seemed alright, though I bought a Hitachi angle grinder recently and it sounds rough as anything. I've got a few DeWalt corded tools, they've never let me down, and my SDS has taken some right beatings over the last 12 years or so. Of the two, based on experience I'd probably go for the DeWalt, but in terms of what you get for your money I'd go for the Hitachi.

As a heads-up, you might see some good deals on Hitachi coming up this year, as they're rebranding to Hikoki in October so no-doubt they'll be clearing out the Hitachi-branded stock.
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Thanks both. Code added. Wasn't sure if uktoolcentre was a reliable site.

Any thoughts on this Vs the Dewalt deals?
DeWalt DCD796D2 18V XR 70nm Cordless Brushless Combi Drill with 2x 2.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries @ ToolStop
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This is the model newer than the 795 , with 70nm torque. Most cordless combi drills at this price peak at 60nm. 2 x 2.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries 40min Charge Time Max. Torque: 70Nm… Read more
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This is a fine drill for the price. I use it as a secondary drill to my larger dewalt combi that came with 5ah batteries. It did regularly appear on offer at screwfix/b&q for £100 plus vat but they seem to have shuffled thier range around now and dewalt are giving them an exclusive model with better 3ah batteries but a far inferior drill unit. I'd head for this one. Its not going to last too long if you're drilling numerous holes in timber joists, but for sticking wall plugs in and small to medium duties it'll be perfect. It'll far out perform most jobs around your home. The milwaukee mentioned in the comments is a much better drill unit, however I personally think having a battery drill with only a single battery is a waste of time.
stringsonfire6 m ago

Thanks, my mistake, couldn't see clearly if you could turn hammer mode off


Yes, and the good thing with Milwaukee drills is they have a separate selector for driving modes, as opposed to the drill & hammer settings being at the end of the torque dial. So if you're driving screws and want to switch to drilling, you just turn the drive-mode selector to drill and it sticks it in full torque, irrespective of where the torque dial is set. Then when you switch back to driving it's in the same torque setting as it was previously. It's very quick and intuitive.
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ThanksForThat13 m ago

Drill:https://www.powertoolmate.co.uk/Products/004000060001/EB%2FMILM18FPD-0Battery (5ah is an extra tenner):https://www.powertoolmate.co.uk/Products/004000060013/EB%2FMILM18B4Charger:https://www.powertoolmate.co.uk/Products/004000060013/MILM12-18FC%2FEActually the drill's a tenner cheaper than I thought, so it's only £15 more than the DeWalt in total.This case holds the impact driver as well, though if you hunt hard enough there'll be one around that just does the drill/driver. Or they do a myriad of tool bags in the £10-£20 range, or just get a cheap toolbox for a fiver:https://www.powertoolmate.co.uk/Products/0040000a0002/EB%2FMIL%2FCASE


Unfortunately I am invested in dewalt, but this would be preferable, thanks for sharing
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ThanksForThat8 m ago

A combi IS a percussion (or hammer) drill- it's having percussion that …A combi IS a percussion (or hammer) drill- it's having percussion that makes it a combi drill/driver rather than just a drill/driver


Thanks, my mistake, couldn't see clearly if you could turn hammer mode off
stringsonfire15 m ago

EDIT: But that's a percussion drill, not a combi, right? So no good for …EDIT: But that's a percussion drill, not a combi, right? So no good for screws?


A combi IS a percussion (or hammer) drill- it's having percussion that makes it a combi drill/driver rather than just a drill/driver
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DeWalt DCD795D2 18V XR Cordless Brushless Combi Drill with 2x 2.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries £139.99 @ Screwfix
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Cheapest I could find for the 2x 2.0Ah version. 2 x 2.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries 40min Charge Time Max. Torque: 60Nm 14 Torque Settings + Drill + Hammer Drill 13mm Keyless Chuck … Read more
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andyknight113th Feb

It’s got nothing to do with grunt! If you read what you actually posted, i …It’s got nothing to do with grunt! If you read what you actually posted, it even tells you that they deliver the exact same level of power. with the batteries wired in parallel they deliver the same power over a longer period... in theory 4.0ah could last twice as long as 2.0ah NOT deliver twice the power as they are all 18v battery’s...


To be fair, it doesn't say that at all. It says they CAN delivery extra power, depending on how they're wired and controlled.

Power is commonly measured in watts, and volts x amps = watts. The voltage in this instance is constant, at 18v. But the current is variable, and if the current varies so does the power; this is the case in normal usage, the drill will draw varying amounts of current depending on the load being put upon it. The amp-hour rating is a figure based on a constant- 1 amp over 1 hour, but that's in no-way indicative of the current draw of the tool.

I've over-simplified this example, but if a 2ah battery is designed to supply 1 amp, it will run for two hours and the power will be 18 watts (18v x 1a). If a 4ah battery is designed to supply 1 amp, it will run for 4 hours and the power will be 18 watts. But if the 4ah battery is designed to supply 2 amps, it will run for 2 hours and the power will be 36 watts.

There's a lot more to it than that obviously, but just to make the point that a higher amp-hour battery CAN equal more power, all depending on how the batteries are grouped and the control circuit have been designed. But it's not really a case of the battery being able to supply more current, but the tool being able to draw it. But I can't see why not.
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andyknight12 h, 56 m ago

It’s got nothing to do with grunt! If you read what you actually posted, i …It’s got nothing to do with grunt! If you read what you actually posted, it even tells you that they deliver the exact same level of power. with the batteries wired in parallel they deliver the same power over a longer period... in theory 4.0ah could last twice as long as 2.0ah NOT deliver twice the power as they are all 18v battery’s...



Sorry if my opinion is wrong. I must be imagining the extra grunt. Now where did I put that little 1.4Ah I need to teach it some physics and tell it to exercise a bit to perform as well as big old 4Ah

and no I didn't get to the end of the link I posted because it bored me to sleep when the comments got repetitive. I got as far as the comment about the tool sensing a higher rated battery and drawing more power from it (overclocking the motor) and drawing less if a lower rated battery was used (underclocking the motor).
The comments made more sense than the article which was in fact incorrect.
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madmax66616 h, 25 m ago

asked this on the deal i posted but everyone seems to have moved on so …asked this on the deal i posted but everyone seems to have moved on so will ask it hereQ what do you guys think of the unbranded batteries on Amazon and ebay for the dewalts etcis it the same as the compatible ink cartridges or are they a danger



I use unbranded as well as manufactures with no problems so far.
madmax66614 h, 29 m ago

asked this on the deal i posted but everyone seems to have moved on so …asked this on the deal i posted but everyone seems to have moved on so will ask it hereQ what do you guys think of the unbranded batteries on Amazon and ebay for the dewalts etcis it the same as the compatible ink cartridges or are they a danger


The only thing you need to be aware of is that in some cases the manufacturers may claim you voided the warranty and refuse to honour any extended warranty.

if you register Bosch, Dewalt, Festool or Makita they’ll all give you varying levels of warranty but 3yrs is the standard (though dewalt will only cover 2yrs in the battery)

just be be aware that lithium batteries can be volatile if not look after properly and can explode although this is unlikely!
nougat23 h, 43 m ago

I'm no physicist but the 4.0 Ah I have gives more grunt than my 1.4AhSee …I'm no physicist but the 4.0 Ah I have gives more grunt than my 1.4AhSee if you can make sense of this


It’s got nothing to do with grunt! If you read what you actually posted, it even tells you that they deliver the exact same level of power. with the batteries wired in parallel they deliver the same power over a longer period... in theory 4.0ah could last twice as long as 2.0ah NOT deliver twice the power as they are all 18v battery’s...
Dewalt DCD778L2T-SFGB 18V 3.0Ah Li-Ion XR Brushless Cordless Combi Drill - £149.99 - Screwfix
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Not quite as good as the deal before xmas as you don't get the free drill bit set, but still seems a good price. Comes with 2 x 3.0Ah Li-ion batteries
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Might also be worth considering this Metabo as well- £151.96 using discount code (9UDFYCG).
Similar specs, not brushless, but with 2 x 4ah batteries, and Metabo guarantee the batteries for three years as well, which DeWalt dont. It also has a removable chuck (according to the description) with hex fitting for making it a compact driver, which is a nice touch.

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better off gettin summat like dcd796. pay extra for battery if u dont have any. Better specs similar price
I'm a Milwaukee man, but this seems a decent price considering the specs and the size of batteries included. Hot from me.
We got one yesterday and handyman happy with it. had to check as we paid £125 but that was without vat.
Dyson V6 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner - Dyson Refurbished - 1 Year Guarantee - £129.99 @ Dyson / Ebay
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Dyson refurbished. Comes with a charging docking station. Seems a decent price for this and in stock.
How can i not find this when I do my own search of all items sold by Dyson_Outlet?! So confused!
Mine has arrived today - registered online and defo a 1 year expiry. But - it's a little concerning just how much dust and dirt it has sucked up in the first 2 min whizz round the kitchen to test it - the floor was clearly more dirty than I thought - so far so good
Just received mine today. It’s a refurb and the main unit provided is the same as the purple v6 handheld trigger pro and then relevant attachments included in the box to make it into a v6 cord free. I believe the main unit in the v6 / DC59 range is the same. It’s only the attachments for the variations which are different.

Box clearly states refurbished unit and 1 year warranty however when registered on Dyson website, it gives me 2 years.

Very impressed so far. It’s replacing a 6 week old Vax U91-MA-BE which didn’t perform well on wooden floors.
SCuboid1 h, 25 m ago

Do you know the model of this, I have a Fluffy head but it only fits the …Do you know the model of this, I have a Fluffy head but it only fits the Total Clean, thanks.


Is the Total Clean a V6. V7 or a DC model?
ifb-online8th Feb

Nope - so it doesn't have the compact motorised brush head. And that'd a …Nope - so it doesn't have the compact motorised brush head. And that'd a deal-breaker for me knowing as I do now how good it is for stairs and upholstery in particular.


Do you know the model of this, I have a Fluffy head but it only fits the Total Clean, thanks.
BT 1700 Cordless Phones with Answering Machine and Nuisance Call Blocker - Trio now £29.99 C+C @ Robert Dyas
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Thought £29.99 was a great price for a Trio of Cordless Phones with these features, seem to be the cheapest around by quite a margin & still £44.99 at Amazon & £59.99 at Ma… Read more
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AndyRoyd19 h, 33 m ago

Work with any POTS. The miserable attempt at callblocking feature will …Work with any POTS. The miserable attempt at callblocking feature will require CLI service to function (in)effectively.


what does POTS stand for in this instance, please
Love the Indian scammers when I have the free time to give them a rough ride.
That's a pretty amazing price considering what I think we paid for our similar ones a few years ago. Wonder how long these landline phones will be around. I'm just debating with the family whether we actually need ours anymore.
Fyi there is no loud speaker on these if your elderly and need that function.
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