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    Default Dyson Vac?

    What vacume cleaner do you have? We desperatly need a new one after our rather cheap aldi vac died :s
    We are considering paying up for a Dyson with 3 yr warranty (the allergy ball one) but I'd love some info/advice on the best vac avaliable. Best Dyson even? TIA

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    We bought a dyson 7 years ago. Love it!! The crap it sucks up out of the carpet is amazing. Go for it

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    we had a dyson well have had 3 and now i have a henry and i will NEVER go back to a dyson henry is WAY better

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    LOVE our dyson. Ours is a DC34 animal. It's handheld, cordless, and fantastic for everything we want. It only has a 15 minute battery life, but we have all hard floors and a reasonably small house so that's plenty. I love how light and maneuverable it is. Makes it so easy to clean quickly... we never avoid doing the vacuuming anymore.

    My sister also has a large dyson (sorry, don't know what model) and we used to borrow it before we got ours. Works really well etc... don't think I'd use one like that as much though, as it's bulkier with a cord etc.

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    I have a dyson and it's friggin amazing. My friends borrow it once a month to go a good clean of their home. I've had it for about 5 years, the best money I've spent!

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    I have a dyson and it's ah-mazing!! I highly recommend getting the one that wraps all around itself. Mine does and I can put it in a cupboard, my sister in law's takes up half of their spare room with the long handle.

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    ooo a henry, never heard of them. will google

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    I was considering buying a Dyson but when I compared it in store to the bosch there was no comparison. The bosch sucked up a lot more than the Dyson and felt a lot more sturdier than the Dyson which seemed a little flimsy.

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    I thought dyson was great..but ours has had so many issues...we have fixed it 3 times ..it's a upright cyclone vac..bought 3 yrs ago..I don't think I will buy Dyson again!!

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    I adore my Dyson!! I have the allergy one, but not the ball. I decided against the ball as it doesn't have the telescopic handle, which is great for storage reasons. I was able to get the standard allergy one on sale too because they had reduced the price due to the ball being released.


 

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