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[Dyson] Dyson: Refurbished Dyson DC35 Multi Floor Vacuum $209.99 + Free Shipping (Restocked!)

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Aug 30, 2008
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Ordered...thank you :D

A perfect vacuum for the small apartment lol
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Sep 26, 2005
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Kanata
very tempting, my only concern is the battery life, since it'll be for our seldom-used basement, if I leave it on the charger most of time, will it shorten its battery life?
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Oct 6, 2011
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just letting you know that a replacement battery can be purchase on eBay for about $40 so if it starts to lose it's juice in a few years, $40 can make it like-new again!
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Nov 19, 2009
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Toronto
I bought this last time and I love it. I have an 800 sqft place and have never had trouble vacuuming it all. Battery has never run out. Plus because it's wall mountable, it hides nicely in a closet. One of the best RFD purchases I've ever made.
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Oct 28, 2004
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I have this and can comment on it:

- I use this as my secondary vacuum to clean up little spots, random dust bunnies and for quick touch-up
- while suction is good (picks up dust, pet hair, mud, rocks), it still doesn't compare to a canister vacuum (which is my main vacuum)
- battery life is 15 mins as advertised, beauty is it doesn't lose power as the battery is drained, still sucks at the same power consistently
- holding down the trigger is required to use the vacuum, it can get kind of tiring
- good for cleaning the car, lots of attachments and the long narrow head is good for crevices, nooks and crannies...

If your original battery dies or you want a secondary battery, look on Amazon.ca....there is a 3rd party that is rated pretty good and only costs about $10-15....nothing beats OEM but for a 3rd party, it works in a pinch (too lazy to find the exact one, it was previously mentioned by a RFDer)
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Jan 10, 2009
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Boom and Bust Calgar…
I bought one at Costco last month. I use it for the upstairs, since I hate lugging around the Kenmore canister.

Pros:

It cleans almost as well as the Kenmore, which was a top rated model when I bought it around 2003, but I have to use the "max" setting on our very dense carpeting.
It's great for cleaning bare floors, especially the bathrooms because you can close the doors easily and get the junk behind them.
Battery life is as advertised. The charger supposedly doesn't overcharge, which helps greatly with keeping the battery working properly long-term.
The small head is actually great, because it makes it very maneuverable.
The small motorized head addon is fantastic for vacuuming the stairs.
The canister holds a lot.
I can actually almost vacuum the whole house (2000 sq ft.) with one charge.

Cons:

I hate the bagless system. It makes a mess when I empty it.
I wish the head had just a tiny bit more clearance from the floor. It has difficulty picking up stuff that's thicker than 1.5mm.
It can't suction stuff up if you have the head off, if you're trying to pick up larger debris.

For $209 though, that's a smoking wicked price and well worth the money.
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Dec 28, 2008
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Rural Ontario
Quick question: do the attachments from the main upright models fit this cordless one? (ie: crevice tool, small brush, etc)
"The point is, how do you know the fairy isn't a crazy glue sniffer? "Build model airplanes!" says the little fairy, well, we're not buying it. He sneaks into your house once, that's all it takes. The next thing you know, there's money missing off your dresser and your daughter's knocked up, I've seen it a hundred times." - Tommy Boy.
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Apr 4, 2007
2695 posts
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Montreal
Couldn't resist any longer ... bought one. Thanks OP (I guess ... <wallet hurting>)!

BTW, where does this offer come from? ... I mean if you navigate the Dyson site and look for refurbs you won't find the DC35 listed.

-GT
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Mar 11, 2012
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Aug 30, 2003
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dustinbp96 wrote:
Jan 17th, 2013 11:39 am
just letting you know that a replacement battery can be purchase on eBay for about $40 so if it starts to lose it's juice in a few years, $40 can make it like-new again!
Hey there, do you have a link to the battery you bought?
Thx
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Jul 29, 2008
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ji2o0k wrote:
Jan 16th, 2013 2:45 pm
Thx Kate, I bought one the last time you posted....love the Dyson, perfect for my condo...

Don't forget to click on the green CASHBBACK link when buying, I forgot last time and didn't get my CASHBACK....
On what page is there a link for cashback? I couldnt find it

Thanks
Sr. Member
Oct 31, 2002
793 posts
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thanks. just what i've been looking for.
Jr. Member
Mar 18, 2007
192 posts
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EdmontonEdmonton
Thank you for posting this - ended up buying one.
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