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Dyson V15 Detect Total Clean $949 - 50x points ($193.80 CT money) 18% discount in CT money

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[Canadian Tire] Dyson V15 Detect Total Clean $949 - 50x points ($193.80 CT money) 18% discount in CT money

Canadian Tire has the Dyson V15 in stock in some locations and is offering 50x CT money right now. That's $193.80 back in CT money. I think this is a good deal post Black Friday as this vacuum has been out of stock on most websites recently including Dyson's own website.

A Dyson chat employee told me that these should be re-stocked before Christmas but it is hard to get almost $200 off on this vacuum.

This is a top of the line Dyson handheld vac, so the price is ridiculous but the reviews for this are great and comes with the Soft roller which Dyson sells for $149.
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any rumor what Dyson will bring out on March 2022?
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Dang. I have a 25x on vacuums, too bad they didn't have a bonus 30x of CT money on $150.
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$950 for a handheld vacuum??
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82 wrote: any rumor what Dyson will bring out on March 2022?
No idea. But I think they will add the laser to more vacuums for sure as that is one feature that people can see in action.
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xXKEIXx wrote: $950 for a handheld vacuum??
I know that's a lot of money for a handheld vacuum or any vacuum for that matter. I was surprised to see on Black Friday why a $950 vacuum is being sold out everywhere. So I looked into it. This vacuum forms a new category of smart vacuums coming up. Has fancy features like the laser that illuminates dust and a digital display that shows what size dust particles were picked up. Also, if you are looking for cordless vacuum with good suction, Hepa filter, good battery, soft roller for hard floors this is one of the best one.

The only other vacuum that I found directly competes with this is the Tineco Pure One S12 Pro Ex. Retails for $699 right now. (Was $549 on Black Friday) Comes with a few more tools than the Dyson but the Dyson comes with a 2 year warranty though. With the discount Dyson seems like a better choice as Tineco is a fairly new company when compared to Dyson.
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I personally had a hard time justifying the price as well. But based on the number of reviews online, the fact it’s out of stock at most retailers as of now, and a friend I talked to that is hunting for one, it apparently sells very well.
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PrettyGood wrote: I know that's a lot of money for a handheld vacuum or any vacuum for that matter. I was surprised to see on Black Friday why a $950 vacuum is being sold out everywhere. So I looked into it. This vacuum forms a new category of smart vacuums coming up. Has fancy features like the laser that illuminates dust and a digital display that shows what size dust particles were picked up. Also, if you are looking for cordless vacuum with good suction, Hepa filter, good battery, soft roller for hard floors this is one of the best one.

The only other vacuum that I found directly competes with this is the Tineco Pure One S12 Pro Ex. Retails for $699 right now. (Was $549 on Black Friday) Comes with a few more tools than the Dyson but the Dyson comes with a 2 year warranty though. With the discount Dyson seems like a better choice as Tineco is a fairly new company when compared to Dyson.
Cool thanks for the input...I was legit curious as I have a couple Dyson vacs at home but no where near that price point. Didn't know they cost that much now. Last time I looked around they were still like $600s.
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I've been using this vacuum for couple of weeks and I can say it's a game-changer. I have a great pyrenees dog that weighs close to 100 pounds. I brush him every other day, but he still sheds an absurd amount of hair all year. I bought a Eufy robovac to help with vacuuming because if I don't vacuum at least once everyday then it starts to visibly accumulate everywhere in my apartment. And by everywhere I mean like in my food, drawers; every nooks and crannies. I open a newly delivered pizza box and it's already in there level of shedding. It didn't take long to realize the robovac was another inconvenient liability, since the hairs get tangled in the mechanism and it has maybe half a capacity of his daily shedding. The laser attachment gives me a visual indication of exactly where I need to run my vacuum and how much has been cleaned, so I never have to run the same area twice. You will be amazed just how much small dirts accumulate on the floor. It's kind of mind-blowing. It makes me vacuum far more often, but I spend far less time in total because it makes cleaning that much efficient. It takes me about 5~7 minutes total to vacuum my 600 sqft apartment, and I do it about twice a day. I don't care if the device poops out in a year or two, it will still have been worth it given how much time I save. Anyway, after using it for a day I went to BB to get a 7 year warranty for 150.
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Thats a tough sell, the tech is neat but $1,000?
Hopefully it drops over time.
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xXKEIXx wrote: Cool thanks for the input...I was legit curious as I have a couple Dyson vacs at home but no where near that price point. Didn't know they cost that much now. Last time I looked around they were still like $600s.
You are right. The average price is around $600 or so. But usually they don't come with the soft roller which is great for hard floors. The Dyson soft roller is $149. So that makes the V15 a good deal as this is about $50 extra when you get the 50x points.
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Kingdog wrote: I've been using this vacuum for couple of weeks and I can say it's a game-changer. I have a great pyrenees dog that weighs close to 100 pounds. I brush him every other day, but he still sheds an absurd amount of hair all year. I bought a Eufy robovac to help with vacuuming because if I don't vacuum at least once everyday then it starts to visibly accumulate everywhere in my apartment. And by everywhere I mean like in my food, drawers; every nooks and crannies. I open a newly delivered pizza box and it's already in there level of shedding. It didn't take long to realize the robovac was another inconvenient liability, since the hairs get tangled in the mechanism and it has maybe half a capacity of his daily shedding. The laser attachment gives me a visual indication of exactly where I need to run my vacuum and how much has been cleaned, so I never have to run the same area twice. You will be amazed just how much small dirts accumulate on the floor. It's kind of mind-blowing. It makes me vacuum far more often, but I spend far less time in total because it makes cleaning that much efficient. It takes me about 5~7 minutes total to vacuum my 600 sqft apartment, and I do it about twice a day. I don't care if the device poops out in a year or two, it will still have been worth it given how much time I save. Anyway, after using it for a day I went to BB to get a 7 year warranty for 150.
My friend has a similar story with a Golden Retriever. He convinced me this is a better choice than a robot vacuum.
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PrettyGood wrote: ....The only other vacuum that I found directly competes with this is the Tineco Pure One S12 Pro Ex. Retails for $699 right now. (Was $549 on Black Friday) Comes with a few more tools than the Dyson but the Dyson comes with a 2 year warranty though. With the discount Dyson seems like a better choice as Tineco is a fairly new company when compared to Dyson.
Dyson was founded in 1991. Tineco was founded in 1998. I know that Tineco is newer, but I wouldn't say a 23-year-old company could be considered fairly new, even against a 30-year-old one.
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Upvoted. , I’m the first person which posted Dyson v15, I bought v15 first , then returned it , got a V15 absolute for $150 more instead. I’ve been using it half year, no regrets. CT one is cool which has a small tube inside, I always want that.
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Richfields wrote: Dyson was founded in 1991. Tineco was founded in 1998. I know that Tineco is newer, but I wouldn't say a 23-year-old company could be considered fairly new, even against a 30-year-old one.
I meant fairly new in North America compared to Dyson. Though the parent company Evovacs Robotics is present in NA since long, Tineco I think opened their office in 2018 or 2019 in the US. Also, from what I read Dyson customer support is better than Tineco. (Better be for the price they charge.. Face With Tears Of Joy)

Hopefully Tineco can bring Dyson prices down over the years. More competition is always good.
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dvdvideo wrote: Thats a tough sell, the tech is neat but $1,000?
Hopefully it drops over time.
I thought the same, but OP is right, these things have been selling like hot cakes and have been sold out most places. Looks like stick vacuums are something people splurge on and are getting pricier and pricier.
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Is the V15 really that much better than the V10/V11 that it's worth the extra $500 minimum?

Because I got the V10 absolute at $430(?) + tax and I really can't see how much better a vacuum can get at $950...
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sports1 wrote: Is the V15 really that much better than the V10/V11 that it's worth the extra $500 minimum?

Because I got the V10 absolute at $430(?) + tax and I really can't see how much better a vacuum can get at $950...
Was that a brand new v10 absolute? If yes, then that was a good deal. Also, no the v15 isn't likely worth the extra $500.
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Went from V12 to V15, totally worth the premium, went through the house using the V15 right after the V12 and was able to fill a full can.

Have never seen Canadian Tire put a limit on items till now lol, that’s how popular these things are. For the ones complaining about the price, well it’s called inflation… ex Canada Goose, IPhones…
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Op how and why do you know so much about dyson?

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