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Dyson V7 Handheld Bagless Vacuums: Car+Boat $192, Trigger EXPIRED

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20% Coupon code SAVEONSMALLSNOW should exclude Dyson products [bestbuy.com] yet it works on these V7 handheld vacuums. The code didn't seem to work on the few older V6/V8 models I tested.

V7 Trigger ($160) includes:
Crevice tool, mini motorized tool, combination nozzle, direct-drive cleaner head
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/dyso...Id=5996707

V7 Car + Boat ($192) includes:
Crevice tool, mini motorized tool, extension hose, stubborn brush, combination nozzle, mini soft dusting brush, direct-drive cleaner head, 12V car charger
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/dyso...Id=5996709
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Get a life, a good income, and you won't be so worried about how much nice things cost.

*I was being sarcastic.
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At $200 for a hand held auto vac ......I wouldn't be picky either.
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I was going to make a joke about being disappointed I don't get a v7 car plus a boat for 192.

After seeing these comments I feel compelled to say it. You don't need to be rich to use a expensive tool vs a cheap one that gets the job done. my preference has always been to live within my means and upgrade later. of the upgrade matches the old for your use return it. if its slightly better and you think worth it keep it. of you think its not worth it and want better return and buy a higher end unit to try etc etc etc. sometimes you find you were struggling because of the tool and a quality one can make your life easier. its your opinion if its worth the time saving/ease of use etc etc etc.

If you want serious quality you normally need to spend serious money. Always has been that way and always will be that way. If your ok with settling for ok good great that's perfectly fine. But if you want the best than your going to need to shell out more even on great vs good and good vs ok while on sale.

This is like tire reviews by your average joe. They don't buy new tires until they are years past their good life on their current ones so they think the brand new crapo brand os good when its decent at best. This is 100% why you need a company or person who is really knowledgeable about the seldom bought items to buy and review them and give you the review. The other option is to buy them all and return everything nit the best one for you for the best price. That even requires a more effort than most people want to put forth.

So I kindly ask you all get off your high horses. You are not better/smarter for buying a expensive vac or cheap one. To each their own but understand if you did not try the others preference than you should not crap on it 100%. You will feel solly using a quality vac that replaces your household full of cheap ones and same if the cheap one is 99%as good as your quality one.
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Dyson is still offering 20% off directly from their website, and most models include three bonus attachment tools.
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Dyson is still offering 20% off directly from their website, and most models include three bonus attachment tools.
What's the code to enter as I don't see the 20% being advertised on dyson's website?
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What's the code to enter as I don't see the 20% being advertised on dyson's website?
There isn't a code. You just place your order through their chat support.

"08:23:47 AM [Stephen] Am I able to get 20% off for being a longtime Dyson owner/customer?
08:25:25 AM [Alan] Hello, my name is Alan and I'll be assisting you today.
08:25:41 AM [Alan] Yes. Currently, we are offering owner's rewards
08:25:54 AM [Stephen] awesome, how long is this promo going on for?
08:26:02 AM [Alan] You would simply place the order via chat and we apply the discount manually
08:26:16 AM [Alan] The offer is available for the next 2 weeks"

It's a customer loyalty program but I've read they're not picky about who gets the discount.
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It's a customer loyalty program but I've read they're not picky about who gets the discount.

At $200 for a hand held auto vac ......I wouldn't be picky either.
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At $200 for a hand held auto vac ......I wouldn't be picky either.
You get what you pay for. I've owned a Dyson vacuum cleaner for nearly a decade now, and have never had any issues with it. As a matter of fact, it's still every bit as efficient as the day I bought it. I'm planning on upgrading to the V8 Absolute model before this promo expires.
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I'm replacing my shark pet stick vacuum with a dyson allergy that was posed on a deal yesterday...this will now become my car vacuum. I was going to order this as well but for 200 I just can't see the justification. I have heard great things about these though!
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I've got a Dyson too and I eat Gray Poo Pon ......

$200 Auto Vac .... I'll keep my Used Like New corded Dirt Devil for $10 from Salvation Army.

Until I can "Gather a team of world renowned engineers to rethink sucking dirt" and a talented marketing firm to upscale common everyday tasks....

You yourself pointed out it's not really a Customer Loyalty Reward but a way to sell suckers to suckers.
Get a life, a good income, and you won't be so worried about how much nice things cost.

*I was being sarcastic.
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We had a Dyson Animal for many years, but it did decline quite a bit in the last few years. We replaced it with a Shark, and I can't honestly say that the Dyson was that much better (the Shark was about $300 so not a cheap one). We'll see about longevity with the Shark.

There's nothing wrong with Dyson, mind you, except for the cost.
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The difference between the two featured vacuum is a $32-50 car cigarette adapter? The specs look similar.
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The Car + Boat version also has a lot more attachments included.
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I've got a Dyson too and I eat Gray Poo Pon ......

$200 Auto Vac .... I'll keep my Used Like New corded Dirt Devil for $10 from Salvation Army.

Until I can "Gather a team of world renowned engineers to rethink sucking dirt" and a talented marketing firm to upscale common everyday tasks....

You yourself pointed out it's not really a Customer Loyalty Reward but a way to sell suckers to suckers.
I like to eat bits of pork tenderloin with Grey Poupon and sip Dom Perignon while vacuuming my Rolls with the V7. It's life worth living.
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