Dyson DC56 Handheld Vacuum - White

Dyson DC56 Handheld Vacuum - White
Price: $79.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
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Note the $20 Price Cut.

Combination crevice attachment? The picture shows what appears to be a bristled brush. Is that included?

The bristle brush retracts to reveal the crevice tool, its a duel purpose wand.

I’ve had one of these for YEARS. I love it. The battery eventually died, I purchased a new one, and it is good as new. I went through so many hand-held dust buster type vacuums, which inevitably stopped working, rather quickly.

I just bought the Dyson V6 from Woot just two weeks ago. I didn’t believe what others said about these products being dusted off and re-boxed junk. I should have listened because it showed up with a broken button on the wand and looked extremely worn. The only thing new was the filter. I had to call Dyson for the replacement wand and of course it is out of stock. I’m still waiting for a usable product. Woot was kind enough to offer me $30 for my troubles.

I ordered an earlier iteration of this that came with the floor sweeper attachment, wall-mount charging base and accessories storage, plus another tool. We’re pretty happy with it. Even after 2-3 years we still get a good 7-10 minutes of use in Max-mode before the battery dies (it wasn’t much better new), but if you use the regular mode it gets longer life. I must say that without the floor attachment I wouldn’t really consider this. It adds so much versatility and has become our go-to device for spot vacuuming the floors.

I couldnt have said it better myself,you nailed it.

Looks like this:


Agreed, The brush and floor extensions make it a better value.
Good for small spills around the kitchen or a quick spruce-up of the furniture (dog!) before guests arrive.
Really shines in the car, pulls all kinds of stuff out of the carpets without having to get out the shop vac.
The battery dies without warning it seems…would be good if it flashed red or something, maybe it’s just mine that behaves this way. Battery is very worn on mine.

You’re a vacuum attachment, 'arry

You know, for less money brand new , I really recommend the Black and Decker Flex Vac Cordless. It has great suction and the flexible hose really lets you direct it into tight places. I was waiting to read about the battery life on the Dyson before commenting because the Flex Vac battery life is similarly short (10-15 minutes running steady). I own 2 of the Black and Deckers since they are so handy to have in the bathrooms to quickly suck up long hair after blowdrying. http://www.amazon.com/Black-Decker-FHV1200-Cordless-Ultra-Compact/dp/B002FQJW4W/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1446736528&sr=8-1&keywords=flex+black+and+decker

How does this unit charge? There’s no indication of a plug or a charger included.

There’s gotta be a plug SOMEWHERE… Does it really matter? Not tryin to be a jerk but I wanna know why you wanna know. Is it cuz you wanna hang on wall, or in broom closet and don’t want a cord snaking out? Or for esthetic value…like does one have to leave it against the wall near the receptacle in plain sight, making the Roomba jealous, and then you come home and find the Roomba going all I-Robot on the Dyson, banging into it…BAM BAM - not a fair fight, if you ask me. Roomba would win, every time. Just my 2cents.

It has an AC adapter.

Thank you!

So this doesn’t come with the floor attachment then?