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Not had. I think I'd get this directly from dyson refurbished for the v8 animal for $199 on ebay. Just bought v8 animal today
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Quite a few bad reviews about the quality of the refurbished item on the WM site.
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I love the design of the Dyson sticks, but I've had two fail already. They just seem to go out for no reason.
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6 month dyson warranty
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I love the design of the Dyson sticks, but I've had two fail already. They just seem to go out for no reason.
I've had battery failures. Was that your issue?
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The fluffy head version is going for $200 new from the official Dyson ebay store: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Dyson-V7...3976851242
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the fluffy head version is going for $200 new from the official dyson ebay store: https://www.ebay.com/itm/dyson-v7...3976851242 [ebay.com]
oos ,,,,
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The fluffy head version is going for $200 new from the official Dyson ebay store: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Dyson-V7...3976851242 [ebay.com]F
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The fluffy head version is going for $200 new from the official Dyson ebay store: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Dyson-V7...3976851242 [ebay.com]
sold out on ebay.
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I've had battery failures. Was that your issue?
You can rebuild the battery pack yourself with 18650's or just buy an aftermarket battery pack on line if you don't want to pay for an OEM Dyson battery pack.
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You can rebuild the battery pack yourself with 18650's or just buy an aftermarket battery pack on line if you don't want to pay for an OEM Dyson battery pack.
I'm actually curious- when do you know the battery is needing replacement? Our current Dyson V8 is about four years old now, but I feel like the battery life has always been bad. Trying to decide if I should bother with a battery upgrade at this point.
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I've had battery failures. Was that your issue?
Two batteries fail. And on both units they do this intermittent sucking thing where I hold down the trigger and they suck, die, suck, die, suck, die. And I've cleaned the filters. They work continuously with the filters taken out but I have to hold my hand over the filter hole.
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Two batteries fail. And on both units they do this intermittent sucking thing where I hold down the trigger and they suck, die, suck, die, suck, die. And I've cleaned the filters. They work continuously with the filters taken out but I have to hold my hand over the filter hole.
My wife had that happen and it turns out something was clogged in the unit. The suction error isn't a battery dead situation.

Battery life has been decent on ours and aftermarket batteries are $30-40 on Amazon.
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The clog issue is usually just cleaning the filter. Watch YouTube videos.
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Two batteries fail. And on both units they do this intermittent sucking thing where I hold down the trigger and they suck, die, suck, die, suck, die. And I've cleaned the filters. They work continuously with the filters taken out but I have to hold my hand over the filter hole.
As others have said, the suck, die, suck, die thing is an airflow problem, and the fact that it worked once you took the air filters out indicates that the air filters are clogged and needed to be cleaned. I have also had two batteries fail so far. The aftermarket manufacturer suggested not charging the unit immediately after use, when the battery is still hot. Waiting until it's cooled down before charging it should extend the battery life.

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I'm actually curious- when do you know the battery is needing replacement? Our current Dyson V8 is about four years old now, but I feel like the battery life has always been bad. Trying to decide if I should bother with a battery upgrade at this point.
We knew because it ceased to function entirely, and the battery LED flashed a certain number of times, indicating battery failure.

All this being said, the unit is very effective, with powerful suction that far exceeds our previous handheld units, but I absolutely hate the canister. It's a huge pain in the ass to remove and put back on, and emptying it without making a mess is a total gamble. It's very hard to recommend this unit because of it.
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