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Quote from bluekiwi :
For the fluffy head attachment it would depend if you want genuine dyson version ($95 and up) or the knock off version ($35 and up)
Attachments get very expensive very fast when it comes to dyson.
Wow, that's so expensive. I will look for knock off or something that can help me vacuum hardwood, even regular plain non-roller flat attachment should help, any sugestions?

Also I asked before but nobody mentioned anything.
HD does not offer longer extended warranty, did anyone consider getting square trade or something for 5 years? Square trade wants $110 I think it's too much..
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Another sale confirmed in zip 01760 at $149. There were more units on the floor (unless you are a reseller - special for you they are giving 'em away for free in the middle of the highway, just go stand and wait there).

Thanks OP - repped!
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For those recommending replacement batteries from Amazon or Ebay, good luck with that. You have yet to learn that the battery is the exact part that those Chinese companies skimp on. Those batteries all work great at first, then die WAY quicker than they should. Why do u think the names never stick around and are constantly changing?
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Last edited by Paul33570 January 26, 2021 at 03:55 PM.
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My local store had 5 in stock (30339) Atlanta area, they actually rang up at $149.99 to my surprise

I got 2 for just over 300

These are BRAND NEW & come with a 2 year warranty for all you arguing about battery replacement. Dyson will send you a new one, no need to fret.
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My local store had 5 in stock (30339) Atlanta area, they actually rang up at $149.99 to my surprise

I got 2 for just over 300 and put one on fb marketplace at 250...

These are BRAND NEW & come with a 2 year warranty for all you arguing about battery replacement. Dyson will send you a new one, no need to fret.
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out of stock in ks/mo thanks anyway OP
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Got one! There were 3 more in stock (16001 Butler, PA). Looking forward to my first Dyson product!
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For those recommending replacement batteries from Amazon or Ebay, good luck with that. You have yet to learn that the battery is the exact part that those Chinese companies skimp on. Those batteries all work great at first, then die WAY quicker than they should. Why do u think the names never stick around and are constantly changing?
I was trying to validate your claim. I read a haphazardly written article on the wirecutter where some ex-NASA engineer inspected some of the knockoffs. He found they were not built as nicely as the real batteries, but in their tests, still lasted nearly as long. They didn't do any long term testing and based their opinions of long term use on random Amazon reviews. Lol. The article is mainly a bunch of "predictions" by this engineer based on what he saw versus actual test data. Pretty lame.
I think most people are intelligent enough to understand that if they're buying a half-priced no-name version of whatever, they're most likely not getting 100% of the original's "quality". Lol.
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Confirmed price , Plymouth Mi 5 mile, 2 left after my purchase as of this posting.
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has anyone else noticed that the V7 and V8 seem identical but just run at different voltages? The V8 comes with a higher voltage battery and is slightly more powerful. I had both for a while and I they looked exactly the same except for they run at different voltages. The handles of each vacuum and each battery were slightly different so you can't interchange the batteries without modifying, break or cutting some plastic though so I never tried running the V7 at a higher voltage, but i wouldn't be surprised if u could.
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It was just over by two weeks, they didn't honor it.
Huh? Dyson wouldn't cover a 54 week old vacuum with a 104 week warranty?
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Walmart selling refurbs for same price if you can't find local stock in your area
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Dyson-.../953516899

6mo refurb warranty vs. 2 year new.
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Quote from enforcer2133 :
For those recommending replacement batteries from Amazon or Ebay, good luck with that. You have yet to learn that the battery is the exact part that those Chinese companies skimp on. Those batteries all work great at first, then die WAY quicker than they should. Why do u think the names never stick around and are constantly changing?
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I was trying to validate your claim. I read a haphazardly written article on the wirecutter where some ex-NASA engineer inspected some of the knockoffs. He found they were not built as nicely as the real batteries, but in their tests, still lasted nearly as long. They didn't do any long term testing and based their opinions of long term use on random Amazon reviews. Lol. The article is mainly a bunch of "predictions" by this engineer based on what he saw versus actual test data. Pretty lame.
I think most people are intelligent enough to understand that if they're buying a half-priced no-name version of whatever, they're most likely not getting 100% of the original's "quality". Lol.
I too saw that article and noted that the third party boards had fewer components and were missing the coating meant to protect the circuitry from dust, etc. The other comment was battery sourcing from major battery manufacturer, but lots of the eBay vendors now cite Sony cells being used in the pack.

I have a DC16 and a V6 that both need battery replacement due to extremely low run time, due to battery age. Dyson OEM DC16 battery is not an option as it is no longer listed on the Dyson site. V6 pack from Dyson runs about $100, not factoring in tax and shipping.

Feedback and reviews on eBay don't help on determining overall quality though, may have to resort to Amazon feedback to try to filter out the quality of some of the packs. Would actually love it if there was a site that actually did a true quality review on some of these packs, having a unknown vendors pack plugged in to be ready for use and then the higher current pull of the Dyson motor taken into account is not something I want to trust to a company that is trying to cut costs by a penny by dropping some safety circuitry.

The other thing I'd consider is a adapter to the DC16 that would let me plug in a known tool battery, say something like a Milwaukee M18 with decent battery management built-in and available in reasonable supply. I've seen the adapter from M18 to V18 and they seem to work well enough. Yes, the 21.6V vs 18V might be a slight issue, but there was an Instructables alternative powering article that seemed to indicate that 18V was sufficient to operate the Dyson, but that article then proceeded to hardwire a 20V 6A laptop supply in place, leaving the existing Dyson battery thermistor in place, but that's more of a corded solution and I would prefer to stay cordless since I can always pull out the regular upright vacuum if I need something beyond the cordless capability.
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Grabbed one here too OP, thanks! Had just ordered a V7 fluffy for $230, now to return that.
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