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DYSON JUNK.
« on: May 11, 2014, 04:42:15 AM »
An innovative Hoover no bag's to empty! visible muck collection, super suction? accessory tools extra... but also more extra's ...

Either faulty motor's x 2 or parts associated...poor quality all round including all switches incorporated. No bags to empty! just press a lever and all falls into the rubbish bin albeit with airborne germs...a ordinary hoover's paper bag is contained with some dust escaping sure but is certainly a more rapid method of disposal.

The design for the mains on /off operation for both functions is pathetic and could have been made more simplistic ! Housewives were impressed by the spiel given on these machines when presented and were prepared to pay the exorbitant price.

As time catches up with Dyson having sold a few... a new effort is needed why not enclose the main motor in a sphere that rolls along merrily tilting turning but eventually with problems arising that are very expensive for the owner to put right.

In my opinion these Dyson machines have a sell by date... designed to look attractive and a must have Hoover among mostly Woman new or used. A simple ugly hoover that although performs well and sitting in the hallway will be replaced by a Dyson? by all standards of human beings simply by status.

The hype garnered about these Hoovers are a testament that need's a Forum for advice to pay even more money out to sustain them.

This has been a super rant by me but is my opinion only so don't be upset.

NB:  P.T. Barnum once said "THERE'S A SUCKER BORN EVERY MINUTE"

Or perhaps he never did. Well it might have been Mr Dyson's past relatives.






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Re: DYSON JUNK.
« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2014, 12:28:52 AM »
Does your cleaner have a ball or two wheels?

I agree with your sentiment, and top rant but the wheeled cleaners are easier to keep going.

Buy a nice bagged upright (which will be tricky I grant you) and most of your issues will dissapear!

Or buy a nice reconditioned dc07/14 and relax!
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Re: DYSON JUNK.
« Reply #2 on: May 12, 2014, 01:25:39 AM »
I agree with your sentiment, and top rant but the wheeled cleaners are easier to keep going.

I agree.


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Re: DYSON JUNK.
« Reply #3 on: May 29, 2014, 12:02:56 AM »
Did you ever sort this with a nice sebo x4 or DC07?
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