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[Canadian Tire] Dyson V11 Outsize $949.99 at Canadian Tire starting December 17, 2020

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[Canadian Tire] Dyson V11 Outsize $949.99 at Canadian Tire starting December 17, 2020

Don't shoot the messenger, I'm just passing this on.

Here's another Dyson stick vac. I think it is the top of the line. Not sure if this is the model that comes with interchangeable second battery. Perhaps others more knowledgeable of Dyson's product line could clarify. Anyway it's $150 off.

https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/dyso ... p.html#srp
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The $150 off is essentially the tax (HST) off plus an additional $25 or so. Still using my V8 Absolute paid $500 and happy with it.
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If you're willing to pay this much for a vacuum, look at the Miele Triflex (around the same price range). Not necessarily saying it's better, but worth a cross-shop.
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Been keeping an eye out for this. Bigger head, bigger bin, two batteries... this is the one you get if you have a big space IMO.

I haven’t quite managed to overcome the mental hurdle of paying this much yet Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Cold Sweat I was hoping it would drop to $800ish at some point.
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I've never seen this model until now - is this new??
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kijiji has some brand new for as low as $800

bought 1 myself and registered for 2 year warranty
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How much heavier is this one compared to the absolute?

Such BS that the absolute doesn’t have a removable battery and this is the additional cost to have that feature.
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Ah1800 wrote: Been keeping an eye out for this. Bigger head, bigger bin, two batteries... this is the one you get if you have a big space IMO.

I haven’t quite managed to overcome the mental hurdle of paying this much yet Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Cold Sweat I was hoping it would drop to $800ish at some point.
The swappable battery is a gamechanger for anyone living in a detached with carpet. I'm waiting for V12 so the V11 outsize goes on sale.

It's also $949.99 right now on Dyson's official site.
https://www.dysoncanada.ca/en/vacuum-cl ... nickel-red
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I hope it drops a bit more too, after extensive research including checking the Miele Triflex. V11 seems to be best option. Compared to V11 torque head, you pay $300 more for the extra battery+charger, 150% more bin capacity, larger motor head and 20% more power. Probably the only Dyson cordless that can comfortable does at least one round of whole house deep clean without a single trip to empty the dust bin which is always a mess. The only concern is its longevity as it only comes with 2 years warranty for a big price tag. Boy that $397 Miele CX1 with 5 years warranty I saw at Costco was so tempting in comparison.

Dyson usually release new product in March, so....
Ah1800 wrote: Been keeping an eye out for this. Bigger head, bigger bin, two batteries... this is the one you get if you have a big space IMO.

I haven’t quite managed to overcome the mental hurdle of paying this much yet Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Cold Sweat I was hoping it would drop to $800ish at some point.


About 1 pound heavier on the cordless portion.
Rockstead wrote: How much heavier is this one compared to the absolute?

Such BS that the absolute doesn’t have a removable battery and this is the additional cost to have that feature.
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The V10 deal a few weeks back was the better option. It was only $399 everywhere.
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The V10 deal is good but only if you have a small place to cleanup. Its dust bin is only 0.5L vs 0.77L of the regular V11. The V11 Outsize's bin size is 2L. Not to mention performance will degrade once you hit the max fill line. V11 also has significant better battery life because its medium power setting is comparable to v10's high setting. I am not saying the V10 is bad, but it is not a whole house solution.
RobbieG wrote: The V10 deal a few weeks back was the better option. It was only $399 everywhere.
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82 wrote: I am not saying the V10 is bad, but it is not a whole house solution.
A single V10 is not a solution for the whole house but more than sufficient for one floor of the house. The price of a V11, even with discount like this, can get you two V10s on a deal with taxes included. It's what I did and I now have one unit on each floor with the advantage of not having to carry the stickvac up and down except the occasion times I vacuum the stairs. The V11 comes with 2 batteries but I'm not convinced it's worth it until its price drops below the equivalent cost of 2 very capable V10s.
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V11 Torgue drive is $679, V11 Absolute is $779 (with soft roller head), they both have 50% bigger bin which may barely clean a medium size house in one pass, more powerful and better effective battery life. The $400 V10 is a good deal but I wouldn't recommend it unless you only use it for a small house or spot cleaning. The problem with these cordless is emptying the bin unless you don't mind the mini explosion.

The Outsize's bigger head also reduces your effective clean time by 30%, that saves both time and battery life. I hate the price tag but really like the design of the Outsize.
bliz99 wrote: A single V10 is not a solution for the whole house but more than sufficient for one floor of the house. The price of a V11, even with discount like this, can get you two V10s on a deal with taxes included. It's what I did and I now have one unit on each floor with the advantage of not having to carry the stickvac up and down except the occasion times I vacuum the stairs. The V11 comes with 2 batteries but I'm not convinced it's worth it until its price drops below the equivalent cost of 2 very capable V10s.
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82 wrote: V11 Torgue drive is $679, V11 Absolute is $779 (with soft roller head), they both have 50% bigger bin which may barely clean a medium size house in one pass, more powerful and better effective battery life. The $400 V10 is a good deal but I wouldn't recommend it unless you only use it for a small house or spot cleaning. The problem with these cordless is emptying the bin unless you don't mind the mini explosion.
What do your floors look like to fill up a bin in one pass? lol I have pets and never come close. Is this like a 'once a year' vacuum?!

*EDIT* I gotta say it sounds like you really... and i mean REALLY buy into their marketing. "The Outsize's bigger head also reduces your effective clean time by 30%". You're a dream come true for Dyson's marketing team.
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toguy wrote: If you're willing to pay this much for a vacuum, look at the Miele Triflex (around the same price range). Not necessarily saying it's better, but worth a cross-shop.
Hell no it's not better.
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Mix of laminated and carpet, approx 2000 sq feet, no pet. One deep clean per week and a few spot clean in between. How about you?
RobbieG wrote: What do your floors look like to fill up a bin in one pass? lol I have pets and never come close. Is this like a 'once a year' vacuum?!
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82 wrote: Mix of laminated and carpet, approx 2000 sq feet, no pet. One deep clean per week and a few spot clean in between. How about you?
2500 sq ft, split between a roomba, a v10 and a v6.

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