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These are great - for a while.
The only vac that never looses suction. That's the way they advertise these.
I have one, I have two other cheaper vacs as well. Why? Because I have to take the dyson apart - Not just regular apart either, I mean fully down to the ground apart to clean the crap from it so it will operate.
I do not have animals in my house, Just 5 regular people. This it seems is enough to bog this vac down to nearly nothing. It does work great when it's 100%. Just as good as my old orek, my old kirby, and my old hoover. but suprisingly they were all less expensive to me. I say To Me because some folks will pay alot for the same things but if you look around you will find them cheaper.
at any rate - I have closets with vac's in them and I have a dyson ready to be cleaned about 2 times a month.
Funny that these are refurbished, I am thinking they were turned in by consumers that did not feel like cleaning them. LOL the directions do not mention the level of skill you will need to get the thing running again. And they do not mention that this will be happening repeatedly so you will have to remember all the steps you took.
Slander me now - Then get one, when you are doing the things I have mentioned here you can say silently in your mind that I was right and I will hear you. LOL
The coolest part about these is not having to buy bags and other things - when you actually do take it apart - you can just clean teh filters and clear the hoses and get the hair out of teh nasty beater bar and then when you are all done - you can put it back together and Poof! it works great again. no expenses other then your time and frutration. You will need a shower after te experience as well cause it leaves you feeling as if you have just wallered around in the filthy dust and stuff you accumulated for the past week all over your home. Because that is what just happened. LOL
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