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Dyson DC34 Vacuum $199 (Was $299) @ Target Free Shipping or Click 'n Collect

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Description:

DC34 delivers 15 minutes of powerful, constant suction – or 6 minutes on Boost mode for tougher cleans. It's powered by the Dyson digital motor, which spins up to 5 times faster than a racing car engine. DC34 has a lithium-ion battery that recharges up to 3 times faster than others, and Dyson's patented Radix Cyclone technology for powerful suction as you vacuum.

Update: The deal is eligible for 6% Cashrewards cashback (kudos to crazynic), which brings it down to $187.06

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    seems like a rlly good price

    • +6 votes

      orly?

  • +1 vote

    What's the advantages of the DC58 & DC43H over this one? :)

    • +47 votes

      Not much. They all suck.

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        :D

      • -7 votes

        No, but the real question is how hard they suck? I prefer really powerful ones that can suck to my liking. It makes the "Job" much cleaner and less blow.

    • +1 vote

      Battery lasts longer per charge. e.g. 20 mins for DC43H

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      Both the DC58 and DC43H is stronger and better specs than this one

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        Just how much of a difference is there between the 34 and 43 models? Is it quite significant?

        • +1 vote

          It's about 30% stronger the 43 over the 34, 43 uses newer cyclone technology and it is pretty much the direct replacement of it and improves everything overrall

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          @cortex21: Many thanks for the info - will definitely keep my eyes peeled for the 43 as soon as a good offer comes up.

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          @astero: There might be even a new one soon as they are phasing it out but dont hold your breathe it coming out any time soon

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    This doesn't come with the stick I take it?

    • +1 vote

      No, it's not a stick vac. As per Dyson Australia:

      What's in the box

      Guarantee information
      Quick start guide
      Operations manual
      Mains battery charger
      Battery
      Combination accessory tool
      Crevice tool
      
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        cool thanks

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    already have a dc43h but this is tempting :o

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      Why the hell would you buy a second one?

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        why the hell not at this price? ;)

        • +3 votes

          At least two people do not understand the spirit of OzBargain :P

        • -1 vote

          @spillmill:

          Well, this isn't exactly a torch or so. $200 spent is quite a lot considering there is absolutely no need for the product.

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          @liquid metal: no one needs yet another big screen TV or a new smartphone after just 1 year either…

          life sucks, so there's always a need :)

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          @tdw:

          My point was that there is a difference in spending $5 for a new torch or batteries and $200 for a vacuum or $1500 for a new TV. Ozbargain should not be Ozbrainless.

        • -2 votes

          @tdw:

          I believe the only one who is butthurt is you. Otherwise you wouldn't start to get personal.

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          @liquid metal: oh, i can get even more personal with that included crevice tool(!)

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          @tdw:

          Confirmed, you're butthurt, quite badly. I feel sorry for you. Good night.

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    Is this safe to leave in a car when not in use?

    • +9 votes

      safe or not, i wouldn't do it. heat isn't kind to lithium batteries and shortens their lifespan.

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        Exactly

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          Thank you, this looks like a very good purchase as I spend about $5 a week vacuum in my car

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    Don't forget 6% cashrewards.

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      Good one, crazynic. I'll update the post

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    any advantages over the DC44?

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    Looks very heavy.

    • +1 vote

      dyson handhelds are actually not. i was amazed at how light my dc43h was (it's physically identical). it's a balanced, ergnomic design

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        amazed is a strong word when talking about a vacuum cleaner.

        • +3 votes

          you wouldn't believe how excited i was when i bought my first dyson.

          compared with the shitty hoover handhelds i've stupidly used over the years, it is
          totes
          amazeballs

        • +1 vote

          @tdw:

          This.

        • +1 vote

          You mean you don't love your household appliances?

        • +1 vote

          @Diji1: I love only one, it substitutes as a bed warmer at night..

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      It isn't.

    • +1 vote

      just do 10kg dumbell curls for 2 years and you should be fine.

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    was $224 August 2015
    http://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/208258

    and $179.40 July 2014
    http://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/152819

    Target, how about DC58 or V6 base model deal!! :-)

  • +1 vote

    Not 6% Cashback, read fine print electrical is 0.75%

    Retailer: Target
    Date of Sale: 26/12/2015
    Sale Value: AUD 199.00
    Expected Cashback: AUD 1.49

    • +5 votes

      Yep you're right…then it's better to buy it on target's ebay store to get 4% cashback

      http://m.ebay.com.au/itm/NEW-Dyson-DC34-Vacuum-/181971674661...

    • +1 vote

      I bought a toaster and kettle from Target yesterday and got the 6% cashback from Cashrewards.

      Are you sure a vacuum cleaner is 'electrical' and not an 'appliance'?

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    Be aware that the DC34 does not support motorised tools as there are no pins on the inlet to power them.

    Personally I find a non motorised handheld Dyson pretty useless as their suction power is quite weak when not in MAX power. But then you only get 1/3 of the battery life :(

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      I've read that you can buy a 2000 mah after market battery that doubles time so 30mins for normal and 10 for boost mode from the reviews I've read.

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      What are you comparing the dyson handhelds to?

      As far as handhelds go, these are ridiculously better than the black and decker dustbusters that I've always used before.

      Plus the accessories make it more versatile than a standard fixed one

  • +2 votes

    Can confirm - CASHREWARDS - Cashback on Electrical & Other: 0.75%

  • +2 votes

    6 minutes on boost mode? If I buy two of them, I should be able to get my lounge suite done in one go.

  • -1 vote

    Anyone know if this is a Boxing Day price? Looking to go instore and check it out before purchasing .

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    From $299 to $199 now, should I dream and wish for $99 by next xmas?

  • -1 vote

    "Features: Machine washable"
    Does that mean I can put it in the washing machine?

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      Only the filter is machine washable, I believe

  • +1 vote

    Can i fit the dc35 stick part onto it and make it a stick vaccum?

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    Can anyone tell me if Dyson accessories are universal?

    Already have a barrel vacuum, but the wife would like something a bit lighter for ad hoc vacs. If we could chuck on our stick from the barrel onto this, that would be awesome.

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    Damn. If only the stick vac was at that price. So keen on one of those..

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      Only 2-3 days of work to last you many many years, make the purchase!

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      if you needed the longer stick, buy the stick vac instead. you can't buy the longer stick as an accessory.

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        Do you know if you already have a stick (from a Dyson barrel vac) if it would be compatible with this?

        • +1 vote

          looks like it should but best to check in-store.

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          @tdw: Cheers mate

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          Confirming that the stick from the DC35 fits this.. I've done this

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    It's powered by the Dyson digital motor, which spins up to 5 times faster than a racing car engine. DC34 has a lithium-ion battery that recharges up to 3 times faster than others

    So it's powered by an electric motor which revolves up to five times faster than a motor car engine which is not specified and it has a lithium-ion battery that recharges up to three times faster than another battery which is not specified.

    Cool specs.

    They're probably used to make the consumer believe that a "digital electric motor" is a "thing" and that it's better than a "non-digital electric motor" because people think that computers and networks are magical.

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    Has anyone got theirs yet?