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So, do we fix the DC33
or do the other two have advancements worth making the switch to?
with a potential change to a deeper pile as and when funds permit.
Just for clarity, is the DC55 a DC41 in original or revised form?
but it means having to go backwards as far as bag usage is concerned.
£180 for an X7 Pet from Amazon warehouse (B grade condition?) does put the cat amongst the pigeons, to a degree.
get the floor man in and fit laminate.
An update and some more input being sought.The repair cost, locally, is £70, so that’s a welcome reduction over Dyson’s own price.
After viewing more videos than I care to think of, I think I’m leaning slightly more in favour of a pre-owned/refurb’d Sebo Felix. On that front, I’ve seen it mentioned that it’s not suited for Saxony carpet (I presume that’s deep pile); what makes the X-series head more suitable than the ET-1?
@MVacs – anything in the offing regarding refurb’d Felixs?
Quote from: lazyid on April 26, 2020, 12:57:35 PMwith a potential change to a deeper pile as and when funds permit.Forget a DC41 with deep pile carpet, it will glue itself to the floor. For deep pile carpets, you want a Sebo really. True, my dc41 mk2 welds itself to the carpet and the brush roll motor cuts out but we only have one room with deep pile carpet, so I use my henry and the v6 on it but ibaisaic has a video on a lot of different types of vacuums on deep pile carpet