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    Default Are Dysons actually good?

    So I usually buy cheap vacuums. But I'm vacuuming so much at the moment that I need something that I'm not going to need to troubleshoot why it's not working every time I go to use it.

    A couple of friends rave about their Dysons. But are they really that good? Or do you have a vacuum that's better? Maximum spend is $700.

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    Default Are Dysons actually good?

    Yes, they are amazing and you will wish you bought one earlier!

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    What BRV said. They are awesome. I now have 2x Dysons. A full vacuum cleaner and a hand held.

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    I just bought an Electrolux ultraflex which 'supposedly' has 30% more suction than a dyson. Not sure about that as I've never had a dyson but it's the best vacuum I've ever had. I love it. Certainly much quicker to get the floors done. It was about $400.

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    I have the Dyson stick vac and it's awesome. Having a cordless vac is so convenient and I easily get the whole house vacuumed off a single charge.

    It's completely replaced my old corded vac.

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    We love our ball plug in Dyson (DC45 I think?), we bought it because of our dog. It's pretty much the only vacuum that gets the hair out of the carpet. Looking at a handheld Dyson for when Bub comes along rather than getting out the big one. Just deciding on which one!

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    We have an old barrel Dyson. It's moved countries with me and just won't die! 12yrs old now and we have a dog that should be bald as all it does it drop hair. I'm getting a stick one soon too so one upstairs, one down.

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    For those with the hand held Dyson, are they heavy? I'd like a handheld/stick one but picked one up at BigW the other day and it seemed really heavy.

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    I have an electrolux which I love.
    I am currently using my mums dyson. Its good but I prefer the electrolux.
    I have just bought a Dyson stick vac for my new place so will be interesting to see what its like

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    Love our Dyson too. I'm saving for a stick one for the living areas to add to my collection!


 

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