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Dyson V10 Absolute Cordless Vacuum Cleaner (Refurbished) EXPIRED

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Dyson via Walmart has Dyson V10 Absolute Cordless Vacuum Cleaner (Refurbished) on sale for $269.99. Shipping is free.

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Product Features:
  • Powered by the Dyson digital motor V10
  • 14 cyclones
  • Fade-free power
  • Whole-machine filtration
  • Acoustically engineered
  • In-line configuration
  • Quickly transforms to a handheld
  • 'Point and shoot' hygienic bin emptying
  • Drop-in docking
  • Up to 60 minutes of fade-free power

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    • This price matches the price of the Front Page Deal we had for it in December. -brisar
  • About this Product:
    • The most powerful suction of any cord-free vacuum. Tested to ASTM F558, against cord-free stick market. Up to 60-minutes run time when using a non-motorized tool. Lightweight and versatile. Instant-release trigger means battery power is only used while it's cleaning.
  • Product Warranty:
    • Includes a 6-month Dyson official warranty.
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Good price, matches all time low as far as I know. Shipped by Dyson, sold by Walmart.com. Easy returns if you get an ugly or nonfunctional unit.

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I'm sure anyone who is considering buying this has put some research into it but here's my experience so far:

I just bought this off the Dyson website about 2 weeks ago. I only have carpet on my stairs and 4 of my bedrooms. I was able to vacuum my stairs and all of the bedrooms on low setting (which seems sufficient enough) without having to recharge it. I did end up emptying the canister 3 times in the process. This was a bit of a shock to me but I just chalked it up to my previous Shark vacuum not being very good.

I haven't used the fluffy head yet because I have a robot vacuum for my hardwood areas. I have cleaned up spilled spices (the joys of toddlers) but was too lazy to put the fluffy roller on. The regular roller cleaned it up great.

Overall, I'm loving this vacuum. It's so easy to vacuum my stairs now because of how light it is. It can go much further under furniture than my old vacuum. I also vacuumed my van out and there was a ton of attachments to choose from. I did read that the charger is not smart so when I charge it I set a timer and remove it or unplug the charger when it's full. I'm not sure of how true this is but I don't want to chance ruining the battery. People have also complained about the canister being hard to empty which is not the case for me. Overall, at this price I would buy this vacuum.
Battery on high lasts 10-20 minutes. There's no back up battery, and it takes 3 hours to charge. This is better for an apartment with hardwood, not a large home with pets. It will take you 3 days to clean your house. The canister also fills up quickly. There's a lot of tradeoffs here for cordless.

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Thanks - just grabbed one
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Battery on high lasts 10-20 minutes. There's no back up battery, and it takes 3 hours to charge. This is better for an apartment with hardwood, not a large home with pets. It will take you 3 days to clean your house. The canister also fills up quickly. There's a lot of tradeoffs here for cordless.
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Battery on high lasts 10-20 minutes. There's no back up battery, and it takes 3 hours to charge. This is better for an apartment with hardwood, not a large home with pets. It will take you 3 days to clean your house. The canister also fills up quickly. There's a lot of tradeoffs here for cordless.
I thought the same when I first purchased this and then I realized that this is mainly for spot cleaning and not clean the entire house, that's the dyson ball's duty.
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I'm sure anyone who is considering buying this has put some research into it but here's my experience so far:

I just bought this off the Dyson website about 2 weeks ago. I only have carpet on my stairs and 4 of my bedrooms. I was able to vacuum my stairs and all of the bedrooms on low setting (which seems sufficient enough) without having to recharge it. I did end up emptying the canister 3 times in the process. This was a bit of a shock to me but I just chalked it up to my previous Shark vacuum not being very good.

I haven't used the fluffy head yet because I have a robot vacuum for my hardwood areas. I have cleaned up spilled spices (the joys of toddlers) but was too lazy to put the fluffy roller on. The regular roller cleaned it up great.

Overall, I'm loving this vacuum. It's so easy to vacuum my stairs now because of how light it is. It can go much further under furniture than my old vacuum. I also vacuumed my van out and there was a ton of attachments to choose from. I did read that the charger is not smart so when I charge it I set a timer and remove it or unplug the charger when it's full. I'm not sure of how true this is but I don't want to chance ruining the battery. People have also complained about the canister being hard to empty which is not the case for me. Overall, at this price I would buy this vacuum.
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Does this come with any attachment? I can't find it in the description. TIA
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Thanks! Finally got to pick one up.
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Quote from Buckeyefan 1 :
Battery on high lasts 10-20 minutes. There's no back up battery, and it takes 3 hours to charge. This is better for an apartment with hardwood, not a large home with pets. It will take you 3 days to clean your house. The canister also fills up quickly. There's a lot of tradeoffs here for cordless.
Why such a range? What determines whether it lasts 10 or 20 min on high? 20 min will do what i need. 10 will not.
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Why such a range? What determines whether it lasts 10 or 20 min on high? 20 min will do what i need. 10 will not.
New vs a year old if you use is a few times a week. Battery life will deplete.
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There's a high setting, medium, and low. The normal medium setting can vacuum for at least 30-45 minutes. I can vacuum the downstairs and stairs of our 3k square foot house easily.

The high setting will drain the battery fast, but the suction is really strong. I use it to spot clean.

I vacuum so much more often now because it is so easy to get it out and use. I vacuum the kitchen after dinner and vacuum the rug under our table after meals.

It's great. They are awesome for people with kids (and maybe pets. We don't have any pets).
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Quote from Buckeyefan 1 :
Battery on high lasts 10-20 minutes. There's no back up battery, and it takes 3 hours to charge. This is better for an apartment with hardwood, not a large home with pets. It will take you 3 days to clean your house. The canister also fills up quickly. There's a lot of tradeoffs here for cordless.
What are you talking about? I have a 3400sqft home, although most of it is hardwood floor. I vacuum my entire house almost daily (if not every other day) with it on a medium setting. The only thing I don't like is that the canister is small, but it's definitely a major improvement over the V7 I had. I empty the canister every week.
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Anyone recommend Walmart protection plan? $34 for 3 years
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Anyone recommend Walmart protection plan? $34 for 3 years
I tend not to buy them on new units but went for it hear for the peace of mind. Not sure if you can get cheaper elsewhere, but worth it to me.

I'll also be quick to pull the return trigger if I don't like the unit I get shipped.
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