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Dyson V6 Fluffy Cordless Vacuum + 3 Tools (Auto-registration Required) - $263.99 Plus Free Shipping

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Dyson has their Dyson V6 Fluffy Cordless Vacuum + 3 Tools [dyson.com] for $263.99 Plus Free Shipping.

Note: Requires Auto-Registration to qualify for 3 Additional Tools.

Promo Code: EARLY20

Includes:
  • Mini Motorized Tool
  • Docking Station
  • Combination Tool
  • Crevice Tool
  • Articulating Hard Floor Tool

3 Additional Tool Options:
  • Multi-Angle Brush
  • Mattress Tool
  • Mini Soft Dusting Brush
  • Stiff Bristle Brush
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Are the extra tools worth it? This has been 199 in previous deals
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Ok, I have been looking at the dyson cordless vacuums for christmas and in all honesty I have no idea what the difference is between all of these. I see everything from V6 Motorhead to Animal and Absolute then you add the V8 to the mix. I get that the V8 doubles the battery life and is the newest model. but the other things I dont quite get. The prices for the V6 seems to run from $199 to $400 or so.

Does anyone have a Dyson for dummies rundown on these and what to get for a gift. House is about half carpet and half tile / wood and we have a Newfoundland dog. I am looking at the V6/V8 cordless thinking it will be handy charging on its mount to grab quickly and spot clean a room. Rarely do we vacuum the entire house in one go. I am leaning towards the V8 as ideally I would like to replace our current vacuum and the V6 on paper sounds like it has enough run time the lower "max" setting concerns me and I never trust book run times.
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Ok, I have been looking at the dyson cordless vacuums for christmas and in all honesty I have no idea what the difference is between all of these. I see everything from V6 Motorhead to Animal and Absolute then you add the V8 to the mix. I get that the V8 doubles the battery life and is the newest model. but the other things I dont quite get. The prices for the V6 seems to run from $199 to $400 or so.

Does anyone have a Dyson for dummies rundown on these and what to get for a gift. House is about half carpet and half tile / wood and we have a Newfoundland dog. I am looking at the V6/V8 cordless thinking it will be handy charging on its mount to grab quickly and spot clean a room. Rarely do we vacuum the entire house in one go. I am leaning towards the V8 as ideally I would like to replace our current vacuum and the V6 on paper sounds like it has enough run time the lower "max" setting concerns me and I never trust book run times.
I have the V8 and just an FYI, if you use "Max" power with an attachment that requires power as well, the run time is only 7 minutes.
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Good amt of small accessories, but it trades the fluffy head for the regular Dyson powered motor head. I'd rather have the regular. The last 199 bb deal came with both heads, but no mini motorized head. I bought one separate for $40. This one is more expensive also. But that bb deal ain't around anymore
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Good amt of small accessories, but it trades the fluffy head for the regular Dyson powered motor head. I'd rather have the regular. The last 199 bb deal came with both heads, but no mini motorized head. I bought one separate for $40. This one is more expensive also. But that bb deal ain't around anymore
What's the difference between the fluffy and motorized head?
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What's the difference between the fluffy and motorized head?
Fluffy is only for tiles or smooth hardwood. The regular standard motor head is better all around. And can get 99% of the things this can get on tile and hardwood. The fluffy head is useless on carpets or rugs.
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Probably won't be able to price match to Best Buy right?
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Probably won't be able to price match to Best Buy right?
Best buy has nothing for u to pm
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I have the V8 and just an FYI, if you use "Max" power with an attachment that requires power as well, the run time is only 7 minutes.
Is the V8 that much more powerful? Why did you go V8 vs V6?
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Is the V8 that much more powerful? Why did you go V8 vs V6?
I think the only difference between the V6 models are the amount of attachments. I have the V6+ model from Costco.
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what is auto registration?

when you register your product for a warranty? that they automatically do it for you?
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what is auto registration?

when you register your product for a warranty? that they automatically do it for you?
Correct, registering for the warranty as soon as you purchase. The customer rep will do it for you if you go through chat. I also recommend going through a customer rep since they'll throw in a tool bag and expedited shipping.
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is this one the same or very similar one to the $199 one sold on bestbuy a couple of months ago?
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is this one the same or very similar one to the $199 one sold on bestbuy a couple of months ago?
The Best Buy one is the basic model with a combo cleaning head that works good on carpet and soso on hard floor. The Fluffy head is ONLY for HARD FLOOR, so if you are planning on using it on carpet look elsewhere.
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