Dyson V7 $251.31, V7 Motorhead Handstick Vacuum $339.11 + Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon US via Amazon AU

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Dyson V7 $251.31.

  • Cord-free. Hassle-free. No cord to unravel, plug in, drag around and restrict your reach. You can quickly and easily clean when you need to
  • Tools included: mini motorized tool, combination tool, crevice tool. Dyson V7 Trigger vacuums provide up to 30 minutes of fade-free suction. 15 cyclones work together to capture fine dust and microscopic particles as small as 0.5 microns
  • Powered by Dyson digital motor V7. The most powerful handheld vacuum. With fade-free lithium-ion batteries, suction starts strong and stays strong
  • HYGIENIC dirt ejector. Hygienically drive out trapped dust and debris in single action. There's no need to touch the dirt
  • 2 year Warranty. Dyson Free 2 year Warranty covers parts and labor

V7 Motorhead in Fuchsia

  • Cord-free. Hassle-free. Powerful suction
  • Up to 30 minutes' run time when using a non-motorized tool
  • Lightweight and versatile, for easy home cleaning. Instant-release trigger means battery power is only used while it's cleaning. Requires charging for 3.5 hours minimum before first use
  • Direct drive cleaner head. Up to 6 minutes of fade-free power (in MAX mode). Drives stiff nylon bristles into carpets to capture deep-down dirt
  • Powered by the Dyson digital motor V7 and engineered to pick up ground-in dirt and fine dust from hard floors and carpets
  • 75% more brush bar power than the Dyson V6 cordless vacuum
  • Hygienic bin emptying - no need to touch the dirt. Bin volume 0.14 gallons
  • Quickly transforms to a handheld vacuum, to clean all around your home and car

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Comments

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    I have never seen any deal on Dyson wired vaccum cleaners. are they not good, that people avoid it.

    • +2 votes

      Dyson has stopped making wired vaccums. The remaining stock of these must be low by now and there probably aren't many deals to be posted as they won't meet the posting guidelines. Check your local Goodguys/Myer/Harvey Norman to see if there are any clearance specials

      • +4 votes

        Think they are still making them - they have apparently stopped ‘developing’ them which to me means no more cash burned on R and D. their corded corded vacs still sell and make money - so theI will be sold for a while yet

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          I've only seen the wired stuff tagged "clearance" lately. Maybe they are still making them, but it does feel like they are no longer to be stocked soon enough.

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            @aim54x: Flashi007 is correct. I work for Dyson as a sales rep and their official stance since the Cyclone V10s were released has been "we will still be MAKING corded, full-size vacuums, but we will not be releasing new models".

            It'll be a few more years before Dyson stops selling full sized vacuums, as there's still a minority of customers that genuinely prefer a traditional corded vacuum style of cleaning vs on-the-go/day-to-day convenience of cordless.
            Keep in mind though only this year has Dyson released a product that we can fully suggest may replace traditional vacuums i.e. the V10 range.

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              @rubricae: Fully replace? I own a v10, I get fearful of vacuuming some things due to warranty (haven't read the warranty card, not sure if there's actually an issue).

              Anything like a screw I worry might break something. Or very fine brick dust where I've been drilling holes in walls. Or leaves where they've entered the house.

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      the world has moved on to wire free now :)

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        To be fair, whilst convenient, it is wasteful.

        My low-end, bagged, AC powered Hoover lasted 15 years before I gave it away (still working).

        I doubt my v10 will last half that due to the way our government allows unsuitable pricing of consumables. All batteries, memory upgrades, ink, etc should be charged at rates appropriately reflected by market rates on comparable products. No way should a 256gb iPhone cost more than a 128gb iPhone than (generously) 150% of the raw extra memory cost.

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          I think it's dangerous suggesting that government should have anything to do with setting prices for goods manufactured by private sector companies competing in an open market.

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            @elektron: Wholeheartedly agree.

            The Canadian government is dictating weed prices and the Greens want the same model on Australia.

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            @elektron: I'm not saying the government should SET the price, but should legislate what is reasonable practice and what is not. In some cases a measurable yardstick may be needed, but that's still not price setting.

            Why should a 32gb memory card cost $8 but an extra 32gb in your phone be $100? Yes it's a different kind of memory, but that doesn't make up for anywhere near that margin.

            Why is a printer $50 but the ink $100? What a nasty mess that this has been allowed to occur.

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              @justtoreply: For all I care, they can put a million dollar price tag on it - you are not forced to buy it. This is a free country, vote with your wallet mate. If this is an issue for you, chose a phone with expandable storage.

              The only role the government should (and does) play, is to ensure that there is no anti-competitive collusion and the the consumer is protected after buying (I think the ACL is quite far-reaching).

              What's next if we go this route? The government setting caps on how much households are allowed to spend on groceries?

            • +1 vote

              @justtoreply: I think that's a bit of a contradiction

              It'll be impossible to set a guideline for every single item available
              Legislating the price IS setting the price

              It's a free market and the private sector can set whatever price it wants
              Competition is supposed to stop prices from being exorbitant
              The reason Apple can get away with the price is because there is still demand. If no one buys the 512gb version then inevitably the price will come down

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                @icejester: Half the above assumptions and reasoning is off, and I can't believe people don't understand the negative culture and ability to breed tolerance. But it's a long pointless argument to have with those who've already made their mind up.

                Ps: regarding the comments below, tiered pricing is fine. With iPhone, the top model isn't subsiding the bottom model, Lol. It's all about pillaging. With airfares it is a true subsidy.

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          There's good reasons for tiered pricing. It's annoying you end up paying far more than you'd expect for a minor upgrade, but it allows companies to turn profits while offering low tier versions with slimmer margins. It's ultimately good for consumers.

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      I bought a wired dyson bagless upright vacuum around 2004, it was excellent and I understand that it is still working very well. I had to replace a couple of minor spare parts after a few years, at a small cost, but dyson shipped them to me and they were really no trouble at all.

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    I can't see the $251 price when I click the link. What am I missing?

    • +1 vote

      Never mind, was clicking the wrong link. Didn't realise it was the short handheld version.

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    so V6 Animal is $349 and the V7 Motorhead is $337

    So is the extra tools worth the small unit?

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    Buying one for a gift for Xmas. Do I pull the trigger on this or the big w one on sale tomorrow?

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    Since it is coming from the US the DC power supply would have a US plug. Hopefully it accepts 240V, 50Hz.

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    Is the V7 animal good enough for a carpeted 2bedroom apartment?

    Was looking at the V8-10 options, or a mile cat & dog

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      Yes. If you do small quick cleans rather than saving it all up to do the whole place in one go. Bin emptying is quick and easy so having to empty it a few times in a session is no big deal

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      So long as you're happy with it on standard power.

      My partner thought the v8 on standard was not good enough, so she used it on max, giving it 7 minute-ish runtime. Which meant it was never enough.

      I thought it was fine on low power. In which case you'll get away with it (two carpeted bedrooms, one family room and a hallway really isn't much).

      If you have carpet you really need the carpet head though. Big difference to the clean and probably battery usage. We used the wrong head back with the v8 which probably affected my partners perspective.

  • +4 votes

    My V6's filter falls out easily. Does V7 have this feature?

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    Don't forget about cashrewards!

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    Would love to purchase, but worried about the T&C's
    "International products have separate terms, are sold from abroad and may differ from local products, including fit, age ratings, and language of product, labeling or instructions.
    Manufacturer warranty may not apply but you may have other rights under law."

    • +4 votes

      Amazon customer service is usually excellent. In the few interactions I have had with them they have gone far beyond statutory obligations.

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        Agree. It’s actually better as you can easily get a refund from Amazon and buy the latest model when things go wrong. You don’t have to educate shop staff on ACL or battle with repairs or refurbished replacements.

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    • $38.92 Delivery
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    I have a V6 and the motorized head for it. is the head compatible with V7? (So I can just buy the vacuum)

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    Can i join prime and get free delivery with 30 days trial period and cancel prime after it get delivered ?

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    $74 delivery WTF

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    'Dyson guarantees cover normal usage of your Dyson machine in the country in which it was purchased. If you take your machine abroad the guarantee may be invalidated. However, we will do our best to help you in your new country of residence.'

    So no warranty?

  • -1 vote

    V7 is actually a V6 with a bigger battery, it is v6 body

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    I've been wanting one of these bad boys for a long time. Maybe it is time.

  • -1 vote

    For an extra $40 you can get the Xiaomi F8… Hmmmm

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    i’m waiting for a v10 absolute deal

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      me too.

      My daughter just started working at flight centre and they had a code for 25% off, ending yesterday. So placed order on my phone last night for just under $750 with free delivery and a free toy vacuum.

      I thought it strange that website didn't give any order number or confirmation, and no email from paypal.
      Sure enough this morning I'm told it's still in my shopping cart, which is odd as I didn't register an account so can't get back in.

      So hopefully any deal will NOT be directly with dyson.

  • -2 votes

    Not a Dyson plug- sorry.

    The single best vac I've purchased has been the SCA

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/389373

    If you see it again, BUY IT.

    So strong I HAVE to open the vent on the stem or I won't be able to move it!

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