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char1090 wrote:can you eat a D I C K
I think someone has been watching spinning yellow lights a little too long...
WOOT! Where "Carpe Diem" means something very different!
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we bought a refurb dyson and the thing was like new when it arrived. it works very well, especially for the dog's hair. BUY!!!
2 Barrels of Crud roomba, 15 screaming monkeys, 10 woot-off lights, ? shirt!, 3 mini paper shredders, 2 garage lasers, other random crap.
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Katkleppel wrote:$269 on ecost.com
Good luck getting ANY type of satisfaction or customer service at ecost.. they're the WORST!
Just really damn lucky: Random Crap: 2/15/08, 2/19/09, 12/25/09, 4/1/10, 12/1/10, 12/25/10, 4/1/11, 5/11/11, 9/14/11, 10/12/11, 12/25/11
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We have two upright Dysons, love them. They are a little complicated if you have to disassemble one, but they have been 100% reliable. Had I known they even made a canister version it would have been our choice for a second vac for stairs and such. These things ROCK, they **SUCCK** up everything in their path. I would highly recommend.
King Slacker Speaks
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If it wasn't for the short cord length, I buy my third Dyson. Wanted something for the stairs that's eaier than an upright. But Cord length: 16.4 feet, that's just not going to do it. The stretchy hose would pull the canister right down the stairs, or not reach the top either.
800+ woots! - Talk to the Square or don't