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    Agh you mean I paid $299 for a DC35 when I could of got a DC45 for the same price??? DAMMIT!

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    Clean it, put it back in the box and return it! Target only has the 35 but the others have 45's

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    My local target didn't have any so I travelled an hour away and got HN to put one on hold. If it wasn't so far to travel I'd take it back.

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    Default Dyson DC35 stick vacuum

    I'm sure the 35 will still do the trick! When I looked them up online I couldn't really see much of a difference TBH in the specs.
    I mean I guess there must be but I wouldn't say it's a huge difference.

    I bleeding well got to the shopping centre (30mins-ish) away and realised Id forgotten one of my gift vouchers so I had to go home and then go back again.... Such a p in the a!

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    No not much difference at all but 5 mins of extra vacuuming would of been better. Ah well. I'm still stoked with my purchase and saved $$$ on it. I would of been reeling if I did buy last week before the sale.

    Oh no!! How annoying. Glad you've got one now . Happy vacuuming lol. I secretly hope that the floor gets dirty just so I can use it lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiery View Post
    I secretly hope that the floor gets dirty just so I can use it lol.
    LOL, while I don't hope it gets dirty, I'm dreading the daily chores a whole lot less! I think I'll tackle the stairs today, they have previously been left in a state as it was too painful to lug the old corded and a toddler up and down them!

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    I just got one (DC45) at the Good Guys! Luckily I got a refund cheque from the hospital yesterday (not even sure what it's for but I don't care!) so it's only costing me about $40 ... we have a new baby and two cats, two dogs - it will be a Godsend I think!

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    I have a few questions for those who have these stick vacuums,
    How long does the charge last?
    How often do you have to empty it when vacuuming?
    My son has a dust mite allergy so am wondering if it would be good enough for that and I also drop ALOT of hair?
    Thanks ladies :-)

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    Just got mine home. I can't screw the plate thing into the wall because I rent. Any suggestions for what to do?

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    I just put the hand piece (extension free) on the dining room table and plugged it in. I won't be wall mounting either.


 

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