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Dyson Ball Animal 2 - Clearance - $449 - walmart.ca

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I was going to wait to see the price of this on Black Friday deals but this just popped up...

Also the Big Ball canister vac for the same discount.
https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/dyson-big- ... 0196079136
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Could be lower price at some Walmart locations.
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Maybe it’s just me, but after using a cordless Dyson, I find it hard to go back to these heavy corded units. The only reason I still have my old corded Dyson is to keep it as a backup.
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ZipSpeed wrote: Maybe it’s just me, but after using a cordless Dyson, I find it hard to go back to these heavy corded units. The only reason I still have my old corded Dyson is to keep it as a backup.
My central vac hasn't been used since I bought a Dyson V8 3 months ago.
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ZipSpeed wrote: Maybe it’s just me, but after using a cordless Dyson, I find it hard to go back to these heavy corded units. The only reason I still have my old corded Dyson is to keep it as a backup.
I'm concerned that those batteries will die before the death of the vacuum. Thoughts?
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DaVibe wrote: I'm concerned that those batteries will die before the death of the vacuum. Thoughts?
they usually have a warranty but i bought a dyson cordless 3 years ago refurbished never looked back. i have a small vacuum on 3 floors of the house and this is the only one that gets used.
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DaVibe wrote: I'm concerned that those batteries will die before the death of the vacuum. Thoughts?
Batteries are user replaceable but are not cheap. Take care of the battery and they should last a long time. Don’t leave it plugged in all the time.
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fatestkid wrote: My central vac hasn't been used since I bought a Dyson V8 3 months ago.
how many minutes does the battery last?
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Any deals on cordless? Someone please post.
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ZipSpeed wrote: Batteries are user replaceable but are not cheap. Take care of the battery and they should last a long time. Don’t leave it plugged in all the time.
with my V10 cordless wall mounted. Isn't it mean to be plugged in all the time?
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Pharmer wrote: with my V10 cordless wall mounted. Isn't it mean to be plugged in all the time?
Keeping any Li-ion batteries at 100% charge for long periods is detrimental to battery health.
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ez_86 wrote: how many minutes does the battery last?
I haven't measure but I think my V8 lasts around 23-25 minutes with the powered head. Enough to do one full floor with some battery left. I usually vacuum downstairs on Saturday, upstairs on Sunday.
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DaVibe wrote: I'm concerned that those batteries will die before the death of the vacuum. Thoughts?
These are not battery powered, it's corded. All the upright floor model are corded.

AS WELL, you can get pretty decent refurbished (but almost new), plus sometime ebay deal at dyson canada's ebay page.
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ZipSpeed wrote: Maybe it’s just me, but after using a cordless Dyson, I find it hard to go back to these heavy corded units. The only reason I still have my old corded Dyson is to keep it as a backup.
fatestkid wrote:
My central vac hasn't been used since I bought a Dyson V8 3 months ago.

I used to use my Dyson handheld like this. First of all it was a pain in the ass since you had to empty the bin every few minutes. Then after couple of years the battery died. Replacement battery was like $150 which was half the price I paid for the whole thing so ended up buying a 3rd party battery from Amazon. The thing sucked. It barely held a charge and I could only use my vac for like 5 minutes. Plus I couldn't even use the turbo mode. Ended up sucking it up and buying the original battery from Dyson. It works fine now but I baby the battery and only use the Dyson for stairs and touch up spot cleaning as needed. I bought a Miele canister vacuum and never been happier. No more worrying about running out of power in the middle of a cleaning. No more worrying about emptying the bin. Much better cleaning job due to the more powerful suction.

Trust me, if you use your Dyson handheld as your main vacuum you will be in the same situation as me eventually.
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goozy1 wrote: I used to use my Dyson handheld like this. First of all it was a pain in the ass since you had to empty the bin every few minutes. Then after couple of years the battery died. Replacement battery was like $150 which was half the price I paid for the whole thing so ended up buying a 3rd party battery from Amazon. The thing sucked. It barely held a charge and I could only use my vac for like 5 minutes. Plus I couldn't even use the turbo mode. Ended up sucking it up and buying the original battery from Dyson. It works fine now but I baby the battery and only use the Dyson for stairs and touch up spot cleaning as needed. I bought a Miele canister vacuum and never been happier. No more worrying about running out of power in the middle of a cleaning. No more worrying about emptying the bin. Much better cleaning job due to the more powerful suction.

Trust me, if you use your Dyson handheld as your main vacuum you will be in the same situation as me eventually.
Miele handheld better than dyson handheld?
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goozy1 wrote: I used to use my Dyson handheld like this. First of all it was a pain in the ass since you had to empty the bin every few minutes. Then after couple of years the battery died. Replacement battery was like $150 which was half the price I paid for the whole thing so ended up buying a 3rd party battery from Amazon. The thing sucked. It barely held a charge and I could only use my vac for like 5 minutes. Plus I couldn't even use the turbo mode. Ended up sucking it up and buying the original battery from Dyson. It works fine now but I baby the battery and only use the Dyson for stairs and touch up spot cleaning as needed. I bought a Miele canister vacuum and never been happier. No more worrying about running out of power in the middle of a cleaning. No more worrying about emptying the bin. Much better cleaning job due to the more powerful suction.



Trust me, if you use your Dyson handheld as your main vacuum you will be in the same situation as me eventually.
The post was about a "corded" dyson, it will never run out of battery power.
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BertL67369 wrote: The post was about a "corded" dyson, it will never run out of battery power.
Yeah I quoted the two guys who said their Dyson cordless vacs were better than hauling around a full canister vacuum
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BertL67369 wrote: These are not battery powered, it's corded. All the upright floor model are corded.

AS WELL, you can get pretty decent refurbished (but almost new), plus sometime ebay deal at dyson canada's ebay page.
My comment was to the poster above me who was speaking about their preference for the cordless Dyson models. I've never bought one because I'm not sure if they will last the 20 years that my existing vacuum cleaners last.
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