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    Quote Originally Posted by Angels4me View Post
    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 :-)
    The 45 charge lasts about 20 mins and the 35 is 15 mins.
    I have used it twice now and empties the barrel once per floor.
    Not sure about the dust mite allergy part but I would imagine it would make vacuuming easier and quicker so you might be more likely to do it more often, hence removing the dust mites?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    Just got mine home. I can't screw the plate thing into the wall because I rent. Any suggestions for what to do?
    Maybe look at the command hook range there might be something applicable you could use - they are removable

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    after reading this thread last night I ordered my DC45 and picked it up today too.

    I don't have overly long hair but noticed that it was caught wrapped around the brush and it doesn't seem to pick up some items on our hardwood floors (small piece of paper got caught and a sunflower seed was too big for it to suck up, just pushed it around the floor). Are these issues for others?

    For those still contemplating, I brought from the good guys who also had a $50 store voucher if you buy $300 online and pick up in store (I just added a $4 item to the order to get it over $300).

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    I'm just wondering if they're the same price currently, what's better, the 35 or the 45?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeyMissA View Post

    I don't have overly long hair but noticed that it was caught wrapped around the brush and it doesn't seem to pick up some items on our hardwood floors (small piece of paper got caught and a sunflower seed was too big for it to suck up, just pushed it around the floor). Are these issues for others?

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    Yeah I had to pull my wrapped hair out and this morning it wouldn't pick up a piece of torn paper on the floor but I just picked it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumzy1976 View Post
    I'm just wondering if they're the same price currently, what's better, the 35 or the 45?
    There is a link above with a review of the two. From the Dyson website all I could really see was the battery life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumzy1976 View Post
    I'm just wondering if they're the same price currently, what's better, the 35 or the 45?
    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialK View Post
    There is a link above with a review of the two. From the Dyson website all I could really see was the battery life.
    Plus I think the cleaning head has more power

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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post
    Maybe look at the command hook range there might be something applicable you could use - they are removable
    Heading to bunnings now to get some of the large strips to see if they work. They are supposed to hold 7kg and the DC45 is only 2.3kg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    Heading to bunnings now to get some of the large strips to see if they work. They are supposed to hold 7kg and the DC45 is only 2.3kg.
    Let me know if it works as H won't let me screw it into the wall

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    My clever dad attached mine to the side of the dryer where there's already a screw. Never use the dryer anyway and it's up off the floor and out of the way.

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