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Re: British made DC07
« Reply #15 on: May 02, 2019, 12:01:19 AM »
Possibly, even the DC07 origin has a different serial number to the standard old school yellow version and thatís just basically the same thing haha
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Re: British made DC07
« Reply #16 on: May 03, 2019, 04:14:22 AM »
 
Possibly, even the DC07 origin has a different serial number to the standard old school yellow version and thatís just basically the same thing haha
I very agree  :thumbsup:
The DC07 standard and Origin are literally identical minus the Origin has the later cyclone with the slightly shorter cyclones within, and more grey/less yellow.

The real old ones also had the older grey instead of silver tho too.

I think since the DC07 dyson has really limited the colours.
The DC04s came in a wide variety of colours whereas the newer ones are like dark silver with a bit of colour on the cyclone..
The DC07s used to be full of colour too- the whole cyclone was a colour on the older ones, the later 07s had less colour on- with the silver cyclones with a bit of colour on the main outer part.
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