I’ve got one of these and they are pretty awesome. Picking one up for the cabin.
I have never bought reconditioned. Any issues?
I’ve bought two reconditioned units so far, and both have been perfect. One of them we’ve had for at least 5 years with no issues.
There are a few things I have only bought reconditioned (never new): Dyson vacuums and Roomba DJs. I’ve purchased two of each through woot, and each one has been fantastic.
I still use my first reconditioned dyson I bought from woot, about 7 years ago now.
I’ve purchased two factory reconditioned Dysons (upright and stick) from WOOT! and both were absolutely pristine. If the boxes didn’t say “reconditioned” it would be hard to believe they weren’t new.
Does anyone know which head this comes with? The one for carpet or the one for hardwood/tile floors?
The listing says:
- Crevice Tool
- Docking station
- Combination Tool
- Direct Drive Cleaner Head
- Soft Dusting Brush
- Mini Motorized Tool
I don’t see the soft roller cleaning head listed in the accessories. This is the same size of the Direct Drive Cleaner Head, but with the soft roller for hard floors.
And it’s 129 bucks if you purchase it on Dyson web site
Newer v10 units come with a hot swappable battery. Is this ones battery hot swappable?
Provide a link, please. Can’t see it.
Is this a stick vacuum? And does it stand on its own or do you have to lean it while using it?
If you’re like me and have a v8. Quick searching states the accessories are interchangeable BUT the wattages may vary. I believe the chargers are not.
Link to review:
Is it worth getting the soft roller head separately or to wait for a deal that includes it?
Interesting video, I also have a V8 and I would think the wattage difference would matter more using a V10 motorhead on a V8 as you’re adding wattage to the V8. But not matter so much the other way around. Plus for the soft brush it’s only a 10 watt difference.
Um, no it isn’t
All of my Dyson fans and vacuums (I’ve purchased several recons as gifts for family) have been factory reconditioned items, and I nor my family members have yet to have any issues with them. I’m still using the first Dyson vacuum I purchased 10 years ago, and it works like a champ. My stick cordless Dyson is only 4 years old, and it’s never failed me as well. If you take care of them, and by that I mean clean them and appropriately maintenance them, they’ll last a long time. As good as Dyson’s are, and as much I do love their product, I do think they charge WAY too much for them new, and I would never pay full price the Dyson items I own.
I’ve never used one of these before, what is the danger of using the included head on hardwoods?