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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    I hate vacuuming but love mine. It sits in the panty and I use it to quickly vacuum dirty hot spots each day. It prevents the mess being walked through the rest of the house. If you have a smallish house or don't need to vacuum the whole house at once then you wouldn't need a normal vacuum. The battery life is about 15-20 mins.

    It is by far the best household item I have ever brought. Well a close second to the Nespresso machine anyway!
    This is hilarious! Love your typo and the rest of the sentence, sounds a bit kinky ha ha!

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    Love mine. Couldn't live without it now I've got it! Makes cleaning up after the kids so much easier.
    Got my dyson animal stick for $250 online from target's eBay store in a sale

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    I've got the animal and love it! I also have pelvic issues and can't bend to lift/move my barrel Dyson, bend to sweep up with dustpan etc. I love it.
    I do the whole house. Downstairs is kitchen 2 lounges bedroom bathroom.
    I can do the whole lot on one battery (obviously not skirting boards under lounge etc but a general pick up of dog hair crumbs etc).

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    We just brought a Dyson DC45 on sale for $300. Love it.

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    LOVE mine!! I wish I'd gotten it sooner. I have the v6 Motorhead model. I think it was $600ish, maybe less. I still get the big Dyson out maybe once a fortnight, which is what the guy at the shop said is recommended.

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    Thanks everyone I bought it this afternoon very exxy but after physio today I'm out of vacuuming action long term so I need to be able to do spot cleaning rather than wait all week for DH to vacuum! Hoping I love it so much I forget that it was $399 😳

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    Can i ask, do you guys keep the dyson plugged in all the time? Just wondering if that would damage the battery life.
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    Hmmmm not sure Jontu. I've only had mine a few moths and it's always plugged in. Light is on when charging then it goes off but I leave it plugged in.
    Has anyone whose had their hand stick longer noticed battery power lessen overtime?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    Can i ask, do you guys keep the dyson plugged in all the time? Just wondering if that would damage the battery life.
    It's better for the battery. My dad is a techo and everything kept on full charge is better.

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    I want one of these so bad! Does the handle adjust length?


 

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