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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    Does anyone have trouble holding the trigger on while using it. I'd like to get one for my mum but she arthritis in her thumb and I wondered if this would be a problem.
    I did at first but got used to it, it would be quite a strain though if i had issues with my fingers and hands.

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    I do love mine, but the head gets jammed with strands of my long hair :-/

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialK View Post
    Thanks ladies!
    Not that I needed much encouragement to spend $9 but I just wanted to check.

    Would you all say they would be similar to a DustBuster type vacuum or as good as your old fashioned pull along corded vacuum?
    Doesn't compare to a DustBuster, it's way better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissusMac View Post
    I do love mine, but the head gets jammed with strands of my long hair :-/
    Mine does with my dd2 long hair strands, but I just unscrew the head cover as per the instructions and untangle the hairs/fibres, quick and easy, no problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummymaybe View Post
    Doesn't compare to a DustBuster, it's way better.
    Exactly this ^ it is in a completely different league to a Dust Buster, not a thing to compare.

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    I was just asking the same questions when I stumbled upon this thread. I showed DP the target sale and his eyebrows went up at the price so I was going to leave it. But now after reading all these reviews, I want one more then ever!

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    I bought one with my birthday money last year whilst pregnant and "nesting". At first I had buyers regret as they are expensive but as soon as I used it the first time I was sold on it. Best money ever spent! Even DH is converted. I have a double story home and can quickly vacuum the stairs whilst DS is sleeping without having to struggle with a larger vacuum. We have tiles in our living area and it works great on them also. So quick to just grab from the cupboard and clean up mess. I use it every day, sometimes multiple times. Love it!

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    I hate mine.

    I don't see the hype. I hate emptying it. I hate the hair getting stuck in the head. Yuck. Normal vacuum for me.

    Mine was a wedding gift and if I could return it I would

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    I have the DC44 Animal stick (and barrel vacuum) LOVE them both! The stick is so easy to pull out for those quick touch up jobs! The only complaint I have about Dyson is the emptying system, could be improved but for cleaning power I can't complain one little bit!

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    Ladies was this in store or on line?


 

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