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    I am a diehard Dyson supporter. It amazes me how much crap it can suck out of everything. We have a mattress and upholstery tool for it and what it can pick up from our mattress is frightening.

    But I love my Dyson so much that I am getting a handheld model this week!!

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    I have the shark navigator (as seen on tv, lol) best vacuum I've ever had. My mum has a dyson 2 actually one for upstairs one for down & I clean her house twice a week. The dyson is great too but not as portable or easy to use as my shark.

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    Hell yes it is.

    I didn't think it would really make any difference... until I saw all the crap coming out of our carpets that I previous vacuum missed. lol.

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    I love my dyson. Worth the $$. We have a fluffy cat. Everytime I vacuum there is pretty much a whole cat in there.

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    Yes everyone should own one, can't believe I went so long without one

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    We have a dyson it's a great vacuum
    The only issue I have is DH insisted on getting the upright one and it is really heavy to push around when switched on
    On the plus side it means DH does the vacuuming

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    Yep! I always wanted one but never had the spare money so my mum bought one for us as a wedding present and it's amazing! It picks up so much that you can't see with the naked eye!!

    Sent from my GT-I9305 using The Bub Hub mobile app

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    Definitely! Love my Dyson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teenie View Post
    I love my dyson. Worth the $$. We have a fluffy cat. Everytime I vacuum there is pretty much a whole cat in there.
    PMSL!!!!!! I have two - would they blow up the vaccum cleaner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Leopard View Post
    PMSL!!!!!! I have two - would they blow up the vaccum cleaner?
    We have two as well, just make sure you empty the bin regularly (unlike me!)

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