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    I have had a dyson, kirby and other brands I would go with a kirby they are awesome machines. They last forever too.

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    Dyson, seriously, just do it, you can't beat them.

    I've tried many others, and will never go back. Dyson kicks butt, and the filters have a lifetime warranty.

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    I have a vax something or other, I went out with the intention to buy a Dyson but ended up getting the vax for about half the price of a dyson. I had to borrow my parents dyson when my old one died and I honestly can't tell any difference whatsoever. I'd look around, and maybe go somewhere you can try them out

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    I have a vax something or other, I went out with the intention to buy a Dyson but ended up getting the vax for about half the price of a dyson. I had to borrow my parents dyson when my old one died and I honestly can't tell any difference whatsoever. I'd look around, and maybe go somewhere you can try them out
    My mother had a Vax from before i was even born and lived until i was well into my teens.

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    Dyson all the way! I bought mine about 12 years ago and it's still going strong! Obviously they are a bit pricey but well worth it IMO. I want one of the stick ones too!!!

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    Default Vacume cleaners

    We have this one: http://www.dyson.com.au/store/produc...3-MOTORHEAD-AU

    It's amazing. The motorized head is so good on carpets. My dh did the vacuuming on Saturday we bought the dyson on the Monday and the barrel was full just from our rug!

    Here's my tip: look online for the cheapest possible price. Print off the page and take it into your local masters. They will beat any price, even online Aussie stores.

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    My last vacuum was a Dyson and I just replaced it with a basic Miele. I have found no noticeable difference between the two, except for the fact that the Miele was 1/3 of the price.


 

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