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    Hi ladies

    I am in desperate need to upgrade my vacuum cleaner as my current one is broken! I normally buy a cheapo and have it last 12 months then cark it.
    What vacuum cleaner do you have? Is it any good? Looking to spend max of $300 and wanting something with amazing suction!

    Thanks in advance 😊😊

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    If you can go a little higher, Target now sell Dyson vacuum cleaners. I had one a few years ago and none have since compared. I look forward to getting another soon.

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    I agree with pp - check out Dyson they are worth every penny and I would never buy a different brand now I've had Dyson!

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    I love my Dyson stick vac, but it was a bit over $400. I hear they're a bit cheaper now though (?)

    Another brand that people often rave about is Miele.

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    Dyson for sure!!

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    I love our dyson too. My brother gave me his 'old' one when he purchased a new one and it is fabulous. He has 2 huskies and the dyson is great for the dog fur

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    I love my Dyson. With two Labradors it is worth every dollar.

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    Bought a $250 Miele recently and its the best. Soo quiet and powerful.
    I went online and over several websites didnt find a single negative review.
    I was thinking dyson but read afew reviews of the engine blowing after 6 months to a few years.

    I also read somewhere that dyson spends more on marketing than they do on designing/producing their vacuums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winterm93 View Post
    Bought a $250 Miele recently and its the best. Soo quiet and powerful.
    I went online and over several websites didnt find a single negative review.
    I was thinking dyson but read afew reviews of the engine blowing after 6 months to a few years.

    I also read somewhere that dyson spends more on marketing than they do on designing/producing their vacuums.
    What model Miele did you get?

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    Wow, the dysons do get really good reviews but are so expensive! Maybe i can find a second hand one?


 

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