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Dyson became famous in the 1990s when their bagless vacuum cleaner became a hit in households across the UK. Nowadays, the company sells everything from hair curlers and hair dryers to cordless hoovers and fans. Customers will find all the latest Dyson discounts at their hotukdeals listings pages. Read more
Dyson V7 Animal Extra Cordless Vacuum Cleaner - Refurbished £199.99 using code @ eBay / Dyson
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Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
Good price, I posted the 'regular' V7 Animal, but it went out of stock quickly, so for anyone that missed it, I hope this helps. :) Refurbished, and comes with a 1-year guarantee… Read more

Hard to tell since I haven't tried the Dyson, however, eufy had reasonably good reviews, with two batteries and 30 quids less, so probably.


@Ohm88 did you make the right choice, I am thinking about getting one of those too??


I bit on the eufy deal with two batteries, I hope I made the right decision :)


We have the v7. Seems good to me.


This or the eufy? Any body had experience with both?

Refurbished Dyson hairdryer all colours - £191.99 with code @ eBay / Dyson
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Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
1 year guarantee refurbished Dyson hairdryer available in a few different colours.



Rishi fixed it. Bound to be plenty of dirt


Bought this for the misses and to be fair it ain't worth the money and isn't any better then a normal hairdryer I'm afraid.


Special circumstances during lockdown, I ended up without a present for my wife's special birthday ('thanks Hermes', twice) and not only this, but I received an expensive present from her, so I thought it will be nice once in a while to get her something she will never buy for herself. And it was an excuse for me to buy an expensive phone for me as well :D With regards to Apple, while I am not a fan, there is no doubt they make good products and their CS is miles ahead in comparison with other brands. I sold my ipad (which I've got as a present) and purchased a Lenovo instead. Judging by my latest experience with Samsung, I have to say Apple would have treated me better considering the amount I've paid for my phone. Nothing against Apple fans, I'm only against those who spend a lot and they can't afford it. And yes, during the lockdown, I've purchased expensive products, which are usually out of my league. PayPal interest free credit helped as well, so yes, another one I've fallen for :D . But I prefer spending my money on other things rather than tools and watches :D


You're easily mugged then! Apple fan too?

Dyson V7 Animal Cordless Vacuum Cleaner £199.99 using code @ eBay / Dyson
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Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
Not a bad price for new, for anyone that missed it at this price recently. Use the code PRICEWINS at checkout. Comes with 1 year guarantee. Dyson V7 Animal vacuum cleaner… Read more

Summed it up perfectly. I have the V8 and instead of planning on doing the whole house due to the pita of a full size corded vacuum, it's a case of pick up, do a room or two in minutes, empty it and plug it back in to charge until I next want to use it. Stairs are an absolute breeze as is getting the cobwebs that appear off the ceiling from time to time.


Have you got a millennium falcon and flux capacitor i can borrow?


Cold 3 months back bought for £169


I use mine as an addition rather than to replace my main vacuum.


Yes they are powerful, it's just a shame the battery doesn't last longer.

Dyson Small Ball Allergy – Refurbished £136 @ Dyson eBay
Posted 3rd MayPosted 3rd May
Dyson Small Ball Allergy – Refurbished Currently 20% off 2 year guarantee

(The new listing) is out for delivery today (Parcelforce 24). I ordered around midday yesterday I think? Dyson dispatched around 3.30pm, which made me wonder if it'd arrive today. Should be here this afternoon. Nice one, Dyson.


Dyson sent a generic "Contact ebay customer service if discounts don't apply" response (skeptical) I'd purchased by the time they'd replied, anyway.


Works now.. I had also emailed them


Got PRICEWINS to work for the New Small Ball Allergy option - takes it to £159.99 - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/124698973675 Suppose it uses up the code you could use somewhere else, rather than being automatically deducted at Checkout. (Though you can use it three times). *The code is for selected sellers, not just Dyson


Urgh, you're joking. Was going to order when I got home. Messaged Dyson Outlet ebay asking how to redeem the 20% off yesterday. Hopefully I'll get a reply soon

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Dyson V8 Animal Extra Vacuum Cleaner £249.99 delivered at Dyson
Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
Save £130, usually £379.99! Previous model, V7 extra, currently £299.99. 2 year warranty The Dyson V8 Animal Extra offers up to 40 minutes of cord-free cleaning. Engineered for h… Read more

I had mine delivered yesterday and it has lots of attachments. The main brush will be ok on wooden floors


Does anyone know if the tools included with this are any good for wooden floors or will I need to pick up the soft roller attachment?


shark is the one to go for. I read mixed reviews before I bought but don't regret it one bit. obviously suction isn't on par with Dyson but the dual action technology on the brush is very good and it hoovers up the carpet very very well


Oh really? Damn, that's not good! Wasn't aware of that. That changes things somewhat (:I


Probably not long!

Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute Cordless Vacuum - Refurbished - £319.99 with 20% off at checkout @ Dyson Outlet / eBay
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Posted 30th AprPosted 30th Apr
Dyson's official refurb store on eBay have 20% off all products, including the V10 vaccum, brjngjng the price down to £319.99

£339 now


Ordered nice one :)


Went for the refurbed. Thought worse case, dyson do a fixed repair for £80/100. Hopefully it doesn’t break in year 2.


Literally just asked myself the same question before I pulled the trigger on the refurbished one. I've never had a major issue in all the years I've been using the corded and cordless Dyson machines. At worst, I've been able to purchase a spare part and fit myself for way less than the £80 price difference but I don't recall doing that within the first two years even. Personally, I like to tinker and fix things but do what will give you peace of mind!


This refurb with 1 year warranty for £320 or a new one with two year warranty for £400?