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Dyson Omni-Glide $579 with Bonus Battery and Charger Kit Worth $149 and Free Shipping @ Dyson Australia

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Dyson have done it again. My thought is this one seems to solve a lot of problems the older models have mainly around flexibility. I have the v5 and very happy with it. Don't think I will be upgrading though as I have got enough vacuum cleaners in the house. :-)

Dyson Omni-glide
RRP: $599
Designed to specifically clean hard floors.

Dyson’s slimmest, most manoeuvrable vacuum.

Up to 20 minutes of run time

Receive a bonus battery and charger kit worth $149. Limited time only, while stocks last.

Specifications
Cyclone technology: 8 Cyclones
Bin volume: 0.2L
Filtration: Whole-machine filtration
Run time: Up to 20 minutes
Height: 107.4cm
Length: 9cm
Width: 20.8cm

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  • -1

    Woman washing vacuum parts in the sink
    Okay but why?

    • Not sure whether it's a handheld vacuum thing, but two that I had both had a filter that could be cleaned with water.

      Plus the parts do get filthy over time, so it's a good thing that you can wash those parts imo. I think with my old dyson DC59, I pulled everything apart (it was old enough to not worry about warranty) so that I could get the dust built up during usage.

      • Not related to the vacuum, was commenting on the post before it was edited to remove the text.

        • +1

          I think that's the accessibility caption of the image that's been copied over :P

  • Parents have one of these for their 110m2 int size apartment (all floorboards) and it's been fantastic for them. They only have the one battery and haven't complained about it running out when they vacuum their place.

    Note the run-time is shorter than V7's and the bin is smaller but it's definitely more flexible. We have a V7 with a hardwood floor attachment however it would be nice to have the swappable battery.

    • So these don’t scratch timber floors?
      I was under the impression that any kind of vacuum on timber floors tend to scratch?
      The issue being hard objects getting caught between the head and the floor and then being dragged around.

      • +1

        Parents haven't mentioned anything about scratched floors. They have hybrid vinyl floorboards.

        We haven't experienced any scratched floors with our hardwood attachment either and we also have hybrid vinyl floors.

      • +1

        This has a two sided fluffy head which is designed specifically to protect and clean easily scratched hard floors.

        Those floors can be scratched by the all-purpose torque heads which have stiffer bristles as opposed to the microfibre head on this one.

        Hope that helps clarify.

  • +1

    Up to 20 mins of runtime??? I would expect that for a $79 kmart vacuum but this seems pretty low for the price and brand..

    • This isn't meant as a whole house vacuum, it's a device aimed at spot cleaning in the living areas, largely to replace dustpan and brush and avoid you needing to get the bigger and heavier vacuum.

      Hope that clarifies

  • +1

    We have one and quite like it. Battery is sufficient for a quick clean of a ~200sqm house. Bought for about $390 a few months back.

    • Hey mate, was it $390 incl the charger kit?

      • +1

        Most likely this deal - https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/647452
        Was without second battery.

        Can't believe the battery is so expensive considering it is quite a small battery. We wall mounted ours since it is so light and less involved to do so. Much smaller in person than what I expected. Still use V11 outsize for most of the house since dog drops so much hair, so don't need to empty as often.

  • +1

    Love this omni glide but a $400 price point is better value.
    My 4 year old can even vacuum with this. Its very light and easy movable.

  • +1

    Isn't this like buying an iPhone every year?

  • I prefer Xiaomi,works a lot better than Dyson.

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