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Dyson V7 Motorhead Origin $319 Shipped @ Dyson via eBay App, (and $250 Off Vacuums on Dyson Store)

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Dyson has started their Click frenzy sales a little early, slashing $250 off their RRP on Dyson vacuums and air purifiers. Obviously, buying on eBay as opposed to Dyson.com will give you a better discount as you can utilize vouchers and gift cards.

  • Dyson V11 Outsize Pro Cordless Vacuum Cleaner was $1,349, now $1,099 (save $250)
  • Dyson V10 Absolute+ Cordless Vacuum Cleaner was $1,099, now $849 (save $250)
  • Dyson V8 Absolute Cordless Vacuum Cleaner was $899, now 649 (save $250)
  • Dyson V7 Motorhead Origin Cordless Vacuum Cleaner was $599 now $349 (save $250)

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Title price updated with a new coupon code (better discount, thanks Mot) Ebay plus is not required.

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Comments

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    Which one is the best one?

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      What is your requirement/need?

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        I have a one bedroom apartment with carpet, a kitchen and a bathroom. I have two cats. Looking to have a stick vacuum cleaner that is easy to store and can do the whole house.

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          Personally the V11 is everything you could want and more IMO. Only thing to be careful of is the weight of an outsize vacuum with the extra bin, some people find it hard to manoeuvre and balance the weight/hurts their wrist. Great for me but my mum found it too hard and heavy for daily use!

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          With what you've described i'd be looking for V7 or V8 animal. You wont need the most expensive one. We have a V7 animal that is about 2 years old now, managed to pick it up for JB on a price match for 399 which is still a pretty good price. I use to do the up stairs of our 3br as upstairs had carpet (3 bed rooms, 2 bathrooms and the stairs) and it was an older house so the rooms were large. I had an Ozimo 900 robo vac from ALDI do the down stairs (tiles) but we now have a 2 br town house with carpet upstairs tiles down stairs and I do the whole thing with the v7 Animal and mainly use the ozimo for playing with the cats.

    • +41 votes

      They all suck.

      • +10 votes

        I've been a lurker for a really, really long time. You just forced me to make an account. +1

        • +2 votes

          Thank you, welcome to the other side!

  • +2 votes

    Whats the best Dyson here for a 4 bedroom house with timber floors?

    I assume they (Dyson don't scratch hardwood floors?)

    • +1 vote

      The default head is fine for floorboards, it's the suction/battery you care about so you need to ask yourself how big your house is. When I use my v6 for the bedrooms (also floorboard) it runs out if I take too long now, so I almost have to rush through the rooms in order for it to last. (10-20 mins or so battery life after about 2 years of use)

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      if you have actual hardwood floors i wouldnt be worried at all about scratching. do you have floating floors/engineered floors? if so i have them in my rental and never have any issues with scratching

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        European oak they call it.

        • +1 vote

          ye those are engineered floors, youll be fine with the dyson. i would be more worried about getting water on them

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    I have timber floors, no carpet, no pets, and I'm just making do with a very budget Dyson v6 Slim and a recently acquired Xiaomi TROUVER POWER11 vacuum. They pick up dust just fine from most surfaces, just have to occasionally use the Turbo mode for certain spots

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      How good is that Trouver, as long as you don't have much carpet it's the new standard at 99 bucks, or even 109 as it is currently

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        where is it currently $109?

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          that was 3 days ago, but it was at the same link, just search on trouver

  • +5 votes

    The fluffy head is awesome for hard floors. Our v10 with the fluffy head easily picks up stuff (cat litter) in low power setting that the dc35 (the one before the v6) couldn't ever pick up in high. plus the fact it effectively dusts the floor means it does a better job than the standard head for the fine dust also.

    it makes the Absolute .. erm.. absolutely worth it if you have hard floors.

    Though if buying today, id have to also consider a v11 and buying the new fluffy head separately - especially since Dyson has added a laser (yep, a frickin laser beam) to the new V15 fluffy heads, so it lights up the dust for you. (EDIT: unsure if its actually compatible - dont take my advice)

  • +2 votes

    Beware that v15 is being released on 27 May. Apparently slightly more power than then Outsize in the standard form factor. Also v12 slim dropping same day.

    https://www.gizmodo.com.au/2021/05/dyson-vacuums-v15-detect-...

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      Read the article thank you. The Omni glide looks so fun. Would love to know where you read about v15 having slightly more power than the v11 outsize? As I’m maybe going to buy one

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        Downside of the Omni guide is the smaller battery. Operating time is much shorter but at least it’s removable. Probably need to purchase a second or third if you have multiple rooms.

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          I feel like the Omni glide would be perfect for those who can afford a main stick vacuum and an additional small Omni glide to zip around d the kitchen in small bursts for general upkeep.

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        @Edamamme, watched a few review videos from the US on YouTube - it was launched there earlier than Oz.

    • +3 votes

      Yeah, I was holding out for the V15, but $1399 AU price. Massive Australia tax given the US price is $699 USD.

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    This or Xiaomi A9 or v9?

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      Xiaomi a9

    • +1 vote

      Budget matters. Personally, I won't buy Dyson, too overpriced.

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      I'm looking at the A9 for a 4 bedroom house. Will it be enough?

  • +1 vote

    This or the Trouver Power 11

    • +2 votes

      Bin capacity of this is 0.54 L
      Bin capacity of trouver is 0.4L

      Run time — the Trouver can manager 60 minutes (apparently) if you run it at the lowest power setting (it has a total of 3 modes, each lasting you 60min/25min/10min respectively). The lowest power setting is quite weak.

      Dyson V7 has two power modes (normal or MAX), lasting you 25 or 10 minutes.

      In terms of design — the TROUVER's dustbin must be detached from the main unit before it can be emptied.

      The Dyson doesn't need detaching, you open the dustbin while keeping it attached, but you can remove the bin if you want to clean the filters.

      The V7 motorhead cleaning tool design is probably much better than TROUVER, but since I only have the V6 I can't give a comparison.

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        Bought a Kogan stick vac for a 2nd property and was initially very impressed vs the v7 at our other place. That was until had to empty and clean the canister which was a MAJOR pain compared to the Dyson. If you like to thoroughly empty and clean the dust path don't underestimate the importance of an easily maintained system

  • +4 votes

    $319 on eBay app with code PAPPSS for the v7

    • +1 vote

      PAPPSS does not work for me.

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        Same here

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        Are you using the app? It’s an app only code.

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          I tried it on my phone and iPad. Maybe because the item no longer has the coupon redemption code PAPPSS displayed in the listing.

          Ended up I bought one (plus a free Extension Hose) from Dyson website for $349 with 5% Cashrewards.

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    We have a V6, is the v7 much better?

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    Thanks OP good deal
    I ended up saving a further $30 through an afterpay referral bonus!

  • +9 votes

    Am I the only one who thinks it's utterly ridiculous to pay $1,300 for a vacuum cleaner? I feel like these Dysons mirror iPhones - massively overpriced and a new model is released almost every year sucking people into upgrading to the latest model.

    • +1 vote

      Thanks to OzB I was on the verge of an upgrade recently, but managed to avoid temptation and am still using my V6, now five years old. Was helped by the fact a new battery was readily available from Dyson and easy to replace, so do have to give them props for that (given it's such a dominant form of planned obsolesence nowadays).

      Also only just discovered the whole bin is removable, after years of awkwardly jamming a wooden spoon in to dislodge dust stuck in the crevice :-/

    • +1 vote

      I totally agree. I mean i was looking at the Miele cat dog one and its about $550 atm.

      Seeing these prices makes the one I am looking at a bargain. I mean it sucks up dirt.

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        $550 Miele cat and dog is any day better than any $1100 cordless vaccum. It lasts forever.

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    Check the tools/head that come witht he vacuum, the right tools/head could make 100%+ on actual vacuum performance. eg, i have Dyson V10 and cheaper Dreame V9, even Dyson has stronger sucktion power but it doesn't have soft roller head, Dreame V9 is better on hard floor.

  • +6 votes

    V7 owner here. Have a 4 bed home and I can suck her clean before it dies. For a little over $300 it’s a steal for convenience.

    Great for the kids dinner that ends up on the floor.

    • +3 votes

      You need a dog for that

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    Anyone have comparative experience with these and xiaomi?

    • +6 votes

      I have Dreame V9 (~1 year) and Dyson V10 (~2 years), i use medium sucktion most of the time for both vacuums.
      Dyson V10 has stronger sucktion but Dreame V9 on medium sucktion is fine for almost all tasks, except on mattres which Dyson is better. I would say tools/head is as important as sucktion power most of the time.

      In my opinion, Dreame V10 probably the best bang for bucks when it was on special which cost around $300 (include almost all heads/tools).
      Sucktion power compare (air watts)
      - Dyson V10 150aw, Dreame V10 140aw, Dreame V9 120aw, Dyson V8 115aw, Dyson V7 100aw (Air Watts are another type of measurement for the suction power. This refers to the amount of Watts used by the machine to carry a unit of air through an opening (usually the vacuum’s nozzle). https://www.vacuumsguide.com/best-vacuum-suction-power/

      Just keep in mind, right tools/heads will make the dirts/dust/hair lose and easier sucked into the vacuum.

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        Good write up thanks alot

      • +11 votes

        Your spelling of suction bothers me.

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    V11 Outsize Pro or V10 Absolute Plus?

    Also will old heads for V6/V8 work on the two above?

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      Heads used on v8 will work with v10. Not sure about v11. But guess they should work on v11. Dyson chat would answer that question easily.

      https://www.dyson.com.au/support/contact-us

      Heads for v6 with only work on v6 no other Dyson stick vacuums(except older dc59)

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    I’m trying to compare the prices after the coupon code on eBay between the v10 and the v11 but I can’t seem to find the same v11 on eBay as on the website. Can anyone else find it?

  • +1 vote

    Is the direct drive ok for a small 2 br unit with mostly hard floor?

    Review said it might struggle picking up larger pieces of debris without the soft roller

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    Thanks! Finally got a V7. I selected Afterpay for some reason and the total came down to $289 all up.

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      Did you use the Ebay APP ?

  • +1 vote

    If anyone is on the fence for the V11, totally do it. It actually makes vacuuming enjoyable and so easy. My family has 2 dogs and it grabs everything, even when you just run it along the sides of the walls and kickboards etc.