quality posts: 7
My problem with these Dyson refurbs are the piddly 90 day warranties. These things carry a 5 year warranty when bought new, what exactly about Dyson's refurb process makes these so risky that Dyson only warranties the repaired units for 3 months? That scares me. Would be livid if I spent nearly 300 on a vacuum that died 91 days later, then what. These cost an arm and a leg to get fixed. If Dyson doesn't trust their own refurb process for more than 90 days then I certainly don't.
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Cons: So was the tank.
quality posts: 1
We have 2 Dysons. One is over 6 years old and still sucks like a.....well, it sucks great! The other is for the upstairs that I bought referb from Woot. Also a great machine.
Here's my take. Dysons are great machines. Are they TWICE as good as the next best machine? Probably not, but a Dyson keeps my wife happy. If she's happy, then I'm happy and I'll spend the extra money.
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quality posts: 7
Just received my DC14 and used it for the first time and it was amazing. The Dyson picks up so much stuff you wonder if your old vacuum actually worked to begin with.
This Dyson DC25 is smaller, but more mobile and is a great price. I was at Target last night and the DC25 was clearance priced at $384.95. So if you don't have a Dyson yet should should get one.
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