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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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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
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geraldcatalanotto wrote:Piece of carp!!! I had it and got rid of it. The beater bar for the floor attachment never worked right.
As with all Dyson vacuums, stay away. Cheap quality materials. Very poor design. Too many areas where gaskets are supposed to seal cheap plastic parts. Big waste of money. Dyson go home!
You're crazy, we've had a Dyson for 3+ years now and we LOVE it...so deos everyone else we know with one. It's not the vaccuum's fault you tried to bobsled with it
i dont dance because i hear music, i hear music when i dance