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Huzzah, Woot has un-Borked itself!
"Ph'nglui nglw'nafh Funkthulhu R'Lomaha wgah'nagl wootagn"*
*In his house in Omaha, Funkthulhu is Wooting. . .
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I'm just curious. If Dyson products are so well-engineered and don't lose suction and all that, why are there so many refurbs? Though many people speak very highly of Dyson produts, I'm leery to jump because it appears that a great deal of them get sent back.
Has anyone ever had to return a Dyson? If so, what for, so that we might know why many of these are refurbished.
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I own one of these. I got it from a non-woot location so that is that. In any event, it is light and compact and easy to use. The telescoping wands and other attachments are convenient but not as usable as a standard machines. The brush for corners and such seems to leave more in the floor than picks up. Beyond that it is a pretty good machine. I disparage over the price point when for a few dollars more you can get an electrolux but for a few dollars less you can get a piece of garbage and use it for a few years and throw it away then get a new one. The dirt container does fill up fast, I have to empty it two or three times while cleaning. That could be my floors are dirty, the vacuum cleans really well, or the container is too small. My opinion is the latter.
All in all I like mine but don't think if I was in the market for a new vacuum I would look at this one if I know what I know now.
"I have been in the revenge business so long, now that it's over, I don't know what to do with the rest of my life."
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eldiablohijo wrote:I bet Pink will be the last color to go.
Some people like pink!
I'm just hanging out, really.