expired [eBay Plus] Xiaomi Dreame Cordless Vacuum Cleaner 20,000Pa $283.01 Delivered @ Gearbite eBay

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Hey everyone, with eBay Plus 15% discount code PHOENIX, we have decided to drop the price on this vacuum to the lowest it has been again. Deal will last for 1 days only.

We have received great feedbacks so far from users such as:

Comparison video against a Dyson V8 Here


Features:

Brand Xiaomi Dreame
Rated Power 400W
Battery Capacity Standard 60mins,Max mode 8Mins
Inhalation Power 120AW
Dust Cup Capacity 0.5L
Product Weight 1.5KG
Patented Motor Space 3.0 Brushless Motor
Suction 20,000Pa
Filter Multiple Filtration
Smart Cool Smart Cool 3.0 System
Simplified Trash One Button to release
Operation Manual English
Money Back 30 days money back guarantee
Warranty 12 Months
Plug AU Plug

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    Great price!

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    Wow, great price!

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    Hi OP, do you provide an invoice for TRS and what amount does that show?

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    Good price but not sure the quality of this Dyson clone compared to the real one.

    • +3 votes

      Very very happy with mine, it is wonderful.

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      Yeah, I bought mine for the same price a few weeks ago and loving it.
      I've never tried a Dyson to compare it to, but it does a really good job in my house and excellent battery life

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      Had 2 dyson already either the turbine or the battery goes out. Would never buy their overpriced crap again.

      Dyson is still made in China and sources parts from Panasonic FYI.

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        Just swap out the broken part.

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          Good luck finding parts for it. For a $300 v6 dyson is gonna charge 70% of the cost to send it back and repair. Batteries are about $90, you do the math.

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            @krisspy:

            Good luck finding parts for it.

            Have you actually tried to find parts for it?

            For a $300 v6 dyson is gonna charge 70% of the cost to send it back and repair.

            What do you base that on? What did they charge you $210 to repair?

            Batteries are about $90,

            It's $85. How much is a Dreame v9 battery?
            Will they still sell new batteries in 5 years time?

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      Implying Dyson are well made and worth the price. They aren't. Hate both my Dyson's, contemplating getting this thing to replace one.

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    When will the carpet head be available ?

    • +15 votes

      Carpet head was requested by powerful ozbargain community, We told Dreame that Australian customers really need it in Feb and they agreed to make for us , They have accepted our carpet head order 2 weeks ago, but Special Made carpet head has been delay to later June or early July. Will release once available.

      • +3 votes

        Nooo have to wait longer :( but thanks for the update of the process!

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        Make sure you post a deal here for us

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        Out of curiosity, will the carpet head sold seperately (estimated price if possible?
        Or do you know if it will be bundled into the current models.
        Of course the price will also increase with the inclusion of the carpet header if so haha
        Very close to pulling the trigger on this one.
        Cheers!

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    Good price, well done gearbite, get more great priced xiaomi down under

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    Hey op, I will ask again: what about the carpet accessory? This have being on promise for may but so far nothing…

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    It says $283 delivered in the title but when I tried it in the checkout, it's $299.65 using the code.

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    Need Xiaomi store down under.

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    Might just consider swapping to Xiaomi if my Dyson breaks down in the future (Still going strong after 2.5 years)

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    Can it not clean the carpet at all without the carpet head? My apartment is mostly carpeted and I was after a new vacuum cleaner.

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      Also wondering this

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        The included turbine head is made of felt with a thin strip of bristle brush twirling around the felt.

        I got one. Tried on tiles…works well….tried on my carpet….will pick up, but I wouldn't say it's the best idea to use it on carpet.

        Usefulness on carpet is prob 20% useful

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    Curious about the warranty for this, had a dyson wherein the motorhead failed close to 2 years and they replaced it with a new one. Wonder if warranty for this is as good as dyson as it states it's only 12 months.

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    Code still not working for me. Got "This code can't be applied to your order"

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    These are great , we bought one during a past sale. Works fantastic , strongly made , easy to use. The Dyson V11 is a little lighter but 3x the price . Not an eBay plus member , but $299 is a good price

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    My $200 black & Decker Dustbuster (small hand-held ) died recently (after 2+ years), would you say this is worth getting? It was mostly used for spot cleaning/car etc. I do have a Miele C3 for general cleaning.

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    My Dyson V8 slated to run 40mins battery is starting to die after 10mins. 1.5YRS and it's already #@@#$
    Going to try Xiaomi, vac power on that video clearly shows Xiaomi destroying Dyson V8 at 3x cheaper price.

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      40 mins figure is a bit misleading.

      It's on min power with no powered attachments.

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    Does anyone know why some listings for Xiaomi vacuums say "Australian version with C-tick certificate" and others say "Australian version" but admit that they have no C-tick certification? Does anyone know the explanation of whether the Australian version should have C-tick certification and whether it means it's not a real Au version if it doesn't have the C-tick?

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      I don't think they make "Australian version"

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        Well, many listings refer to what they are selling as the "Australian version". Other listings say "Eu version" or "International version". There must be a reason. Does anyone (who is informed) know the reason and differences, if any?

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    How does this compare to a dyson v8?

    I have a v8 though a lot of times it struggles to pick up stuff om going over. Don't understand whats so popular about them? The Miele I bought for my mother feels like its 100 times more powerful

    • +1 vote

      The miele is corded. It's definitely stronger, but that's because the wall is supplying 2000w of power.

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    Just bought one, but it is still the most expensive vacuum cleaner I ever purchased.
    Let's hope it lasts many, many years.
    And the wife is happy that I got it in place of a Dyson :S

    • +1 vote

      What were you using before? Very curious since this is not expensive at all for a vacuum cleaner.

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        I did not think it was as bad as these reviews;
        Vax Eclipse V-109.
        https://www.productreview.com.au/listings/vax-eclipse

        Had it more than 10yrs, I think I paid $138 back then on special. I have timber floors and is fine.

        I have repaired it myself many times, 3d printed a few clips. After a few years, the hose kept breaking, duct taped it, kept breaking at the joins, removed the broken hose bit, kept repairing and it got really short, replaced it with 3m hose, way more convenient, you could vacuum the room without changing power points as much. You can vacuum the lighting fixtures, top of the wardrobes without needing to lift the vacuum off the floor.
        To me it's still got plenty of life, I can keep repairing until the motor dies. But wife is getting sucked in with this Dyson hype, I do see the convenience of the cordless vacuum.

        After seeing the 1 star reviews for this one, I am expecting miracles with this one.

        Let's hope the damn battery lasts for more than a year. Not sure how many years service you would get.

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          You take thrifty to a whole new level.

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            @lostn: You think?

            Haha, funny you said that;

            I left a review recently here;
            https://www.supercheapauto.com.au/p/best-buy-best-buy-car-fl...
            It seems they did not post it.

            I had a set of rubber car mats, it was used almost 20 years in my old car. I have re-used them after that in the newer car for about 4-5 years well now. Hey, they look perfectly fine and does the job! I am sure I will use them again in the next car if I get one.

            Buy it right the first time…

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              @fredk1000: I admire your resourcefulness and jerry rigging ability.

              I would have caved in long ago and just bought a replacement. Or at least replaced the spare parts.

              I'm betting the suction in that old vac you kept repairing was poor by today's standards, but you kept using it anyway. I think you will be very pleasantly surprised by the performance of your new vac, or any new vac in today's market compared to 10 years ago. It will suck in a lot more dust.

              I'm actually surprised you replaced cars at all. You could have kept repairing the older one.

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                @lostn: I will let you know how it goes when I get it and use it.

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                @lostn: I got the vacuum cleaner today.

                On the economy setting, the suction seems a bit weak to me but surprisingly with the motorised brush head it seems to pick up stuff fine though on hardwood floors. If there was not motorised head I think it would do poorly just on suction alone cleaning the floor.

                The old corded vacuum cleaner relied on the suction and the fixed brush around the edge of the attachment. But the suction seems much stronger though. On the Dreame, the fittings seem pretty tight, not much suction leakage a the joins.

                I just charged it up fully, will give it a better run tomorrow.

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                  @fredk1000: If it comes with 3 settings, I always use the middle setting.

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                    @lostn: Yes three settings. I will keep that in mind.
                    I have been using with economy setting, the suction is weak but it picks up dust still okay.

                    If set to the middle setting it would be about 28 minutes run time.
                    It seems to be a bit misleading if the normal run time is this.

                    I do like it, it's quiet, it does not disturb someone sleeping too much..

                    Thanks.

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                      @fredk1000: 28 minutes on mid setting is actually pretty good. You wouldn't get that on a Dyson except the V10 or V11 maybe.

                      Battery life quotes are always misleading to sound higher than it is. Meaning lowest setting, and no powered attachments.

                      How does it compare in performance (suction) to your old vac?

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                        @lostn: Thanks for your comments, puts my mind at ease with the battery life.

                        Compared to the old vac, its hard to compare. If I was to put my hand over the hole, the suction seems similar to the max setting.
                        Minus the noise. The handheld is quite quiet.
                        What I do see is the better efficiency, on the old vacuum, there is a lot of loss in just how it the attachment head is designed.
                        When you block the cordless, it sounds like is no vacuum leakage. All the new vacuums have motorised heads, I think the technology is there, the spinning head lifts the dust and requires a low suction to pick it up.
                        I was in the shop trying out the Dyson Cinetic ball vacuums, the one that came the musclehead. That head is horrible, it does not have brushes, it has rubber squeegee type thing, with the suction it had, it was like a suction cup stuck to the floor, you had to use a lot of energy to drag it around the floor. The motorise head is great, no force, easy.

                        I will vacuum the house next weekend and see, I have only been testing it…

                        Thanks

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                          @fredk1000:

                          That head is horrible, it does not have brushes, it has rubber squeegee type thing, with the suction it had, it was like a suction cup stuck to the floor, you had to use a lot of energy to drag it around the floor.

                          I think that's a carpet head. For hard floors there should be a roller that's just felt with no brushes or rubber.

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                            @lostn: Hey lostn

                            I had a chat with the wife, she is happy with the suction and cleaning performance.
                            But…
                            She said she gets tired from holding the vacuum for a long period of time.
                            The motorised head keeps going in random directions.
                            And she needs to push the button in all the time.

                            This is my observation, with the motorised head, the cleaning action is only in a forward direction??
                            Are you supposed to vacuum like mowing the lawn, doing laps.

                            Not the traditional, back and forth WWWW pattern? With normal vacuum it ca vacuum in a backward direction as well.

                            When I watch videos, every one vacuums in forward direction??

                            Thanks.

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                              @fredk1000: Huh???????

                              Your wife need to hit the gym to bulk up her finger muscles.
                              Plus, vacuum last 15 min approx I think. Not that hard.

                              Vacuum head always rotate one direction.
                              But I am sure u can vacuum in all directions you like. Makes not much difference I recon.

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                              @fredk1000: It should be able to vacuum in a backwards direction also. This is common. Unless your problem is specific to this particular model. I would be surprised if that's the case.

                              But she is right that holding it will get tiring. All the weight is being borne by your hand, whereas with a barrel vacuum, most of the weight is on the barrel which is sitting on the floor.

                              Needing to hold down the trigger is another annoyance common to these stick vacuums. The exception is the LG CordZero which uses a power button instead of a trigger and does not need to be held down.

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    Ive been playing around with mine today but Im still wondering….

    Is this really a Xiaomi?? its not written anywhere.

    Most certainly really good quality :) seems much better than my sisters dyson.

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