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Dyson via eBay has Dyson V7 Fluffy HEPA Cordless Vacuum Cleaner for $234.99 - 15% w/ code DADSGIFT15 = $199.74. Shipping is free.

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Product Features:
  • Powered by the Dyson digital motor V7
  • Up to 30 minutes of fade-free power
  • No-touch dirt emptying
  • Combination tool
  • Crevice tool
  • Docking station
  • Easily reaches up high
  • Quickly transforms to a handheld

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Dyson via eBay [ebay.com] has Dyson V7 Fluffy HEPA Cordless Vacuum Cleaner | Blue | New for $199.74 after you apply DADSGIFT15

Features
  • Powered by the Dyson digital motor V7: Engineered for powerful suction on carpets and hard floors.
  • Up to 30 minutes of fade-free power*: Powerful suction for whole-home cleaning. *Actual run time will vary based on power mode and/or attachments used.
  • No-touch dirt emptying: No need to touch the dirt – just pull the lever to release it.
  • Combination tool: Two tools in one, for simple switching between surfaces.
  • Crevice tool: Designed for precise cleaning around edges and narrow gaps.
  • Docking station: Tidily stores and recharges your Dyson V7™ vacuum, so it's always ready for use.
  • Easily reaches up high: Lightweight and ergonomic to clean high-up places with one smooth motion.
  • Quickly transforms to a handheld: Changes to a handheld vacuum and back again, in just one click.
  • Two power modes: MAX mode for up to 6 minutes of extra power, and Powerful mode for longer, day-to-day cleaning.
  • 2 Tier Radial™ cyclones: 15 small cyclones create strong centrifugal forces to capture more dirt.
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I picked up a refurb Dyson v7 Absolute (basically comes with every attachment available) when I had to burn a bunch of "Ra-koo-ten" points before they closed their storefront. It basically looked brand new when it arrived. A few months later, I was gifted a Dyson v11. Here are my observations after using both for several months now:

The v7 is pretty simplistic compared to the v11, but it still does a really good job for general cleaning. If you have any hard surface floors, you'll absolutely need the fluffy head. The regular spinning head does great on carpet, but is nearly useless on hard floors because it just pushes and flings around things like Cheerios. The battery life has been fine, but there are no frills like an LCD display to tell you how much juice is left and using it on max power is laughably short. Luckily, I find that max power is unnecessary. The dust bin is quite small and I find that a screw hole on the back of the handle digs into my hand after using the vacuum for more than 15-20 minutes which is a poor design.

The v11 is far more powerful, has a much larger dust bin, an auto adjusting suction level, and an LCD to tell you what power level it's operating on and remaining battery life. Charging it is also easier because you can remove and charge just the battery vs plugging into the entire housing on the v7. On the cons side, the hybrid head that comes with the v11 isn't as good at cleaning hard floors as the fluffy head and the v11 is quite heavy since you're operating it one handed.

It's weird to say, but even though they're both from the same produce line, I use them for very different purposes because of their pros and cons. When I'm vacuuming the floors in general, I reach for the v11. When I'm vacuuming the stairs, a car interior, or anything I would handle with my now-dead Dustbuster, I go with the v7. If I had to pick just one, I'd go with the v7 - it's strong enough to use for general purpose, but small enough to operate in tight spaces. The advantages of the v11 are there, but it's hard to justify the much higher cost when it's not quite as versatile for my situations.

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How does this compare with the recent models ?
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I hate dyson with a passion. Unfortunately own a handheld vacuum and a traditional vacuum from them. The handheld vacuum shocks you from it's charging port and lasts about 3 minutes on a full charge. Customer service told me it was normal and there was nothing that could be done about it…as for the upright vacuum, it doesn't pick up dog food kibble, or anything larger than that. This is all coming from a company that's supposed to be the best money can buy. I'll never buy another one, that's for sure.
You better check grounding.
I bought V7 and it's horrible at picking up stuff from wood floor, but amazing at cleaning up carpets, credit where its due, I also hated idea of overpriced $400+ handheld vacuum​, I shouldn't have bought the canister years ago, hand held actually picks up a lot.
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You better check grounding.
I bought V7 and it's horrible at picking up stuff from wood floor, but amazing at cleaning up carpets, credit where its due, I also hated idea of overpriced $400+ handheld vacuum​, I shouldn't have bought the canister years ago, hand held actually picks up a lot.
The Fluffy head is incredible on hard floors for picking up really large items. It can vacuum up tons of kibble and Froot Loops. Have to switch to the regular Motorhead for carpets though.
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The v8 version is around the same price on eBay for around 205
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The v8 version is around the same price on eBay for around 205
Nvm refurb
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OOS now
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Literally think I got one of the last ones. Took about 5 minutes for payment to verify and I was paying from a balance. Thanks OP.
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How does this compare with the recent models ?
I had the DC59 witch is like the very first generation that is supposed to be very similar to the V6. Even after YEARS it still was working really well. It worked on carpet great, but my new place has hardwood floors. The standard motor head did pick up the dog hair and stuff but just was not "great" on the hardwood.

After all those years my only complaints were that the dustbin is pretty small and is filled quickly with dog hair in my case and a bit hard to get the hair out in the upper portions of the canister, and the battery life started to suck, maybe 10 minutes of run time, but this is normal for any battery.

What prompted me to upgrade is that the battery is not "user changeable" though I think you can take it apart and do a after market replacement.

So now the V15.

First of all the fluffy head is all the difference for the hard floors, wish I had one sooner.
Second its way more powerful, way quieter, and has way more battery life than the old model.
The canister is bigger, just big enough IMO. You can tell everything about it is improved greatly. However I jumped from the very oldest to the very newest model, and if you asked me honestly is the old one @ $200 compared to the new one at $600 worth the cost?

Technically no, its not 3x the vacuum. For me yes, because I can now quickly vacuum the house and keep it clean, the new attachments and accessories are great, and also the new one supports hot swappable batteries, so as long as that motor and everything lasts I plan to keep the V15 pretty much forever and just buy new batteries as needed.
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OOS now
Back in stock, just ordered one. Went back and it was active again.

Edit: looks sold out again. Just keep checking the page, sometimes it comes in and out of stock.
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I picked up a refurb Dyson v7 Absolute (basically comes with every attachment available) when I had to burn a bunch of "Ra-koo-ten" points before they closed their storefront. It basically looked brand new when it arrived. A few months later, I was gifted a Dyson v11. Here are my observations after using both for several months now:

The v7 is pretty simplistic compared to the v11, but it still does a really good job for general cleaning. If you have any hard surface floors, you'll absolutely need the fluffy head. The regular spinning head does great on carpet, but is nearly useless on hard floors because it just pushes and flings around things like Cheerios. The battery life has been fine, but there are no frills like an LCD display to tell you how much juice is left and using it on max power is laughably short. Luckily, I find that max power is unnecessary. The dust bin is quite small and I find that a screw hole on the back of the handle digs into my hand after using the vacuum for more than 15-20 minutes which is a poor design.

The v11 is far more powerful, has a much larger dust bin, an auto adjusting suction level, and an LCD to tell you what power level it's operating on and remaining battery life. Charging it is also easier because you can remove and charge just the battery vs plugging into the entire housing on the v7. On the cons side, the hybrid head that comes with the v11 isn't as good at cleaning hard floors as the fluffy head and the v11 is quite heavy since you're operating it one handed.

It's weird to say, but even though they're both from the same produce line, I use them for very different purposes because of their pros and cons. When I'm vacuuming the floors in general, I reach for the v11. When I'm vacuuming the stairs, a car interior, or anything I would handle with my now-dead Dustbuster, I go with the v7. If I had to pick just one, I'd go with the v7 - it's strong enough to use for general purpose, but small enough to operate in tight spaces. The advantages of the v11 are there, but it's hard to justify the much higher cost when it's not quite as versatile for my situations.
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Don't buy it get the LG at Costco way better
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I picked up a refurb Dyson v7 Absolute (basically comes with every attachment available) when I had to burn a bunch of "Ra-koo-ten" points before they closed their storefront. It basically looked brand new when it arrived. A few months later, I was gifted a Dyson v11. Here are my observations after using both for several months now:

The v7 is pretty simplistic compared to the v11, but it still does a really good job for general cleaning. If you have any hard surface floors, you'll absolutely need the fluffy head. The regular spinning head does great on carpet, but is nearly useless on hard floors because it just pushes and flings around things like Cheerios. The battery life has been fine, but there are no frills like an LCD display to tell you how much juice is left and using it on max power is laughably short. Luckily, I find that max power is unnecessary. The dust bin is quite small and I find that a screw hole on the back of the handle digs into my hand after using the vacuum for more than 15-20 minutes which is a poor design.

The v11 is far more powerful, has a much larger dust bin, an auto adjusting suction level, and an LCD to tell you what power level it's operating on and remaining battery life. Charging it is also easier because you can remove and charge just the battery vs plugging into the entire housing on the v7. On the cons side, the hybrid head that comes with the v11 isn't as good at cleaning hard floors as the fluffy head and the v11 is quite heavy since you're operating it one handed.

It's weird to say, but even though they're both from the same produce line, I use them for very different purposes because of their pros and cons. When I'm vacuuming the floors in general, I reach for the v11. When I'm vacuuming the stairs, a car interior, or anything I would handle with my now-dead Dustbuster, I go with the v7. If I had to pick just one, I'd go with the v7 - it's strong enough to use for general purpose, but small enough to operate in tight spaces. The advantages of the v11 are there, but it's hard to justify the much higher cost when it's not quite as versatile for my situations.
Do you use the high torque motor head in the open gate setting? That normally allows bigger items like Cheerios to be picked up. At least on the v15, and I guess the head is the same on v11 and v15.
While the fluffy roller head "feels" better on a wooden surface, the high torque is so much more versatile as it can quickly adapt to a small shag or rug lying around.
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