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[eBay.ca] Dyson V11H Refurbished - Save $100 - $599.99

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[eBay.ca] Dyson V11H Refurbished - Save $100 - $599.99

Newest Dyson vacuum refurbished is on sale on eBay. Looks like the model on sale is equvalent to Dyson V11 Absolute. Refurbished model comes with 1 year warranty.

Brand new price = $899.99
https://www.dysoncanada.ca/en/sticks/dy ... rview.html

Refurbished Price = $599.99
https://www.ebay.ca/itm/Dyson-Official- ... SwLrNeZ~cP
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Unable to find any information on what the "H" in the model stands for.
Weren't there only two V11 models? Animal and Torque?
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Furtive wrote: Unable to find any information on what the "H" in the model stands for.
Weren't there only two V11 models? Animal and Torque?
I'm not sure what the H stands for, but I remember when I bought my V8 from Dyson's eBay store it had a strange letter in it too.

Edit: Both the V11H and V11B come with the Nickel Torque Drive head. The V11H also comes with the Soft Rolling head.

This one looks to be similar to what you'd get with the Nickel Absolute. The only difference is the retail model comes with the Nickel Torque Drive head, whereas the refurbished looks to come with just the Torque Drive head.

Or maybe not. The Torque Drive head doesn't fit the V10, so maybe the eBay description isn't accurate.

That the V11H and V11B are the same price right now makes the V11H the far better deal, since it comes with the Soft Rolling head for the same price as the V11B that does not include this tool.
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H and B are used for the refurbs.

Go with the one with the soft roller head if you have hardwood. No brainer.
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I might buy it for $499 not $599..
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Thanks for this. I've been eyeing this for a while on eBay refurb and was waiting for a higher ebates cashback and I'm glad I waited since this seems even better.

For the record, the V11H is equivalent to the retail package for the "Absolute" which includes the soft roller head. The V11B is the same as the Retail Torque Drive which doesn't come with the soft roller head.
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just putting it out there, V11 Absolute Black Friday price was = $399, so maybe if we camp outside Canadian Tire this year, we might see it again
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dracolnyte wrote: just putting it out there, V11 Absolute Black Friday price was = $399, so maybe if we camp outside Canadian Tire this year, we might see it again
Damn.....how'd I miss this?!
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SonicSam wrote: Damn.....how'd I miss this?!
No way v11 was $399.

$399 was probably for the older models like v8 or v10.
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SonicSam wrote: Damn.....how'd I miss this?!
only the second biggest deal of 2019 IMO, first was the shipment of the Lenovo T730
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dracolnyte wrote: only the second biggest deal of 2019 IMO, first was the shipment of the Lenovo T730
Wasn't that a pricing error on their part? I think they meant to clear out the V10s. Still a good deal though.


Another thing is that the V11 Outsize is due to be released around July of this year in Canada. It has a biggest dustbin, bigger torque head, but doesn't come with the roller/fluffy head. It also comes with a replaceable battery and upgrades in suction power. That being said, it retails for $800 USD in the States so I assume that it would be $1000+ here given that the V11 sells for $900 new for the Absolute.

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moofur wrote: I think it was in fact a price error, although it seems like the error was quite widespread.
I was at the Eaton Canadian Tire that morning, they would not honour the $399 price. In the afternoon, they started selling them out at $399. if it were a price error, shouldn't the price go up, not down after they have discovered it?
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dracolnyte wrote: I was at the Eaton Canadian Tire that morning, they would not honour the $399 price. In the afternoon, they started selling them out at $399. if it were a price error, shouldn't the price go up, not down after they have discovered it?
I was reading that thread too and it seems like some stores had mistakenly priced the SKU wrong so it wasn't chain wide. That particular Canadian Tire probably was one of the stores that priced it wrong so they had to honour whatever it scanned in at.

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