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It's Dyson or nothing when it come to my carpets and floors...
I mean , once you go Dyson,
You never go...ummmm ... bison???
Has anyone seen my velociraptor?
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alphatrio wrote:The answer is yes. I'm at my second replacement roller for the last 3 years. The roller is made of low heat plastic with embedded ball-bearing roller at one end. This end gets melted and the metal piece recessed further into the roller core. The end cap that accepts the roller made of even cheaper plastic also got melted. Replacement parts cost around $40 for both -- available at Dyson site. Its suction is not as good as that of a $150 Hoover or Eureka. The positive is being lite and replacement easy to find.
Thank you, obligatory person on woot that hates Dyson. I, on the other hand, have had my DC17 for over 3 years now and the performance has not declined at all, nor has any part shown any signs of degradation. I have also taken apart the root cyclones at the top recently to see if my Dyson suffered from the clogging I had seen on youtube. I am not as negligent as those people it would seem, because it was clean and still functions as it should. Dysons have much suction, which is good for clean carpets.
I was drunk for my first woot...now I can't stop coming here.