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Post# 209712   12/12/2012 at 14:33 (2,672 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        

I found this and I felt really lucky and blessed to have found it, Thank God very much, I really want it, I don't think it will go for loads cus it was approx 240 new I really want it and might bid hopefully if my Dad lets me, How to i persuade him? He got me a DC25 Animal last year from currys and now this DC07 will be amazing, I am just really happy.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/DYSON-DC07-VAC...





Post# 209713 , Reply# 1   12/12/2012 at 14:50 (2,672 days old) by dysondestijl (east midlands, UK)        

wow its at 105.00 now i thought you already had this one tayyab?? ah well good luck also how much did you pay for your dc25? mine was free lol, just tell him you'll use this 07 everyday if he buys it for you!!

Post# 209723 , Reply# 2   12/12/2012 at 16:52 (2,672 days old) by jmurray01 (Scotland)        

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Two words: Over priced. Another two: Over rated.

Sorry but it's true.

You can pick those up if you really wanted to (but, why!?) for about 40-50 in good condition used.



Post# 209725 , Reply# 3   12/12/2012 at 17:06 (2,672 days old) by bagintheback (Flagstaff, Arizona)        

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That seems a bit overpriced to me. Compared to today's models, the DC07 is very outdated.It is my understanding that even when these were new(which wasn't that long ago) the DC07 was not very well received. They were huge here in America, but only because it was the first Dyson available here.

Post# 209764 , Reply# 4   12/13/2012 at 02:17 (2,672 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        

Dysondestijl: thanks mate:) my dc25 was 260 you are so lucky u got it free lol :)

Jamie: Thanks for the tips, however this one s definately perfect and will deffo not have been taken apart by others and has everything you need for it, the used ones might have diff parts but thanks :)

bagintheback: the DC07 in the link is non clutched which means it is the powerful one, and even at 105? the DC07 old for 300 approx and this is about 1/3 of the price


Post# 209769 , Reply# 5   12/13/2012 at 05:08 (2,672 days old) by thekirbylover (Warrington, cheshire )        

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you think 105 is a rip off i paid 325 for my dc07 clic bnib

Post# 209772 , Reply# 6   12/13/2012 at 07:01 (2,672 days old) by madabouthoovers ()        

Its up to 155 now - and dont forget, that although its still in the box, its been around for a few years now, and whoever wins it, will probably have to replace the drivebelt, as the one thats on it will have got stretched by now.

The DC07 was huge in this country, I dont know why Bagintheback thinks that it wasnt popular here.
They are about the most common Dyson to be for sale on Ebay at any one time, thats how many people bought them. They are very powerful cleaners - especially the non clutch models (which had a non-bleed soleplate so could raise carpets) and aside from a couple of flaws like brittle bin handles and extreme noise, they were a very good cleaner. I still use the same model as above myself, which I got for just 20 with very little wear - just a damaged cable.


Post# 209774 , Reply# 7   12/13/2012 at 07:19 (2,672 days old) by madabouthoovers ()        

165, and rising.......

Post# 209775 , Reply# 8   12/13/2012 at 07:20 (2,672 days old) by gsheen (Cape Town South Africa)        

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I love the dc07 as well, In non clutched for it had a powerfull brush roll They also had a huge bin, A mate of mine that does dry carpet cleaning only uses the dc07 non clutch models, They are used every day all day without any serious problems. 

 

We use a dc07 clutched model with the USA brush roll and sole plate to clean our shop, Its great 

 


Post# 209776 , Reply# 9   12/13/2012 at 07:21 (2,672 days old) by madabouthoovers ()        

Just a quick linky for direct connection to the auction which finishes 22.43 GMT today:

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CLICK HERE TO GO TO madabouthoovers's LINK on eBay


Post# 209785 , Reply# 10   12/13/2012 at 09:46 (2,671 days old) by baglessball ()        
The DC07

Back in its day, I'm sure I read in a which report that the DC07 gave one of the highest dust removals that they had tested. It was between 75-85%. But don't quote me on that!

I used a clutch model when I cleaned houses. I used to do 14houses, a mill and two clinics a week and this thing worked great. It was hammered and gave great years of service.

Jamie, no word of I lie I actually think you have Aspergers. I really don't mean that offensively. I think it's more or less every time I read one of your responses. It's Christmas so sharing is caring.

Happy holidays!


Post# 209792 , Reply# 11   12/13/2012 at 11:17 (2,671 days old) by gsheen (Cape Town South Africa)        

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baglessball

My son has aspergers , One of the known symptoms is having to always put others views down. My wife and I are currently dealing with a ten year old who knows more that your average teenager. I find your comment very interesting :)


Post# 209795 , Reply# 12   12/13/2012 at 11:48 (2,671 days old) by dysondestijl (east midlands, UK)        

250 now!! it was only about 199 back in its day- dyson had it on offer at about 179 for a while too!
also i agree the belt will be stretched!! are you still gonna bid?


Post# 209815 , Reply# 13   12/13/2012 at 15:55 (2,671 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        
LOL

I madde it go for 250 and i found out the bidders highest bid was less than 290 hehe

Post# 209909 , Reply# 14   12/14/2012 at 09:35 (2,670 days old) by jmurray01 (Scotland)        

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Shaun, I do not have Aspergers, I simply express my views openly.

Post# 209920 , Reply# 15   12/14/2012 at 10:34 (2,670 days old) by SeamusUK (Dover Kent UK)        
I madde it go for 250 and i found out the bidders highest b

And of course you are going to pay for it??
I have a NIB(well used twice)DC01 DE STIJL wonder what I'd get for that on Ebay..
Seamus


Post# 209960 , Reply# 16   12/14/2012 at 16:22 (2,670 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        
OH GOD

YOU ARE KILLIN ME! where did u get the dc01? I love them Tell me all about it I wanted one for over a year now

Post# 210014 , Reply# 17   12/15/2012 at 02:33 (2,670 days old) by SeamusUK (Dover Kent UK)        
The DC01...

I brought it in my previous job but never really used it as I decided it might be collectable in the future.
Am currently starting the process of downsizing the collection so it may be heading for Ebay at some point...
Seamus


Post# 210026 , Reply# 18   12/15/2012 at 09:10 (2,669 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        
Cool

Let me know when you sell it, I would love one so much, my email is tayyab1062@hotmail.com

Post# 210030 , Reply# 19   12/15/2012 at 09:51 (2,669 days old) by suctionselector (Leeds, England)        
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I too have asperger's. Thats why I am into vacuums and washers.

Post# 210073 , Reply# 20   12/15/2012 at 15:58 (2,669 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        

What is aspergers?

Post# 210120 , Reply# 21   12/16/2012 at 02:15 (2,669 days old) by suctionselector (Leeds, England)        
Prwaz

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Asperger's sndrome is a mental condition on the autistic spectrum. People who have aspergers's can lack communication skills or get obsessed with objects, ie vacuums.

Post# 210130 , Reply# 22   12/16/2012 at 08:07 (2,668 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        

You don't seem to be mental :L

Post# 210134 , Reply# 23   12/16/2012 at 08:39 (2,668 days old) by jakesvacs ()        

It's not that kind of mental tayyab, its very different.

Post# 210139 , Reply# 24   12/16/2012 at 09:55 (2,668 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        

Im sorry jacob :( I didnt know what you meant

Jake: Thank you so so much!


Post# 210166 , Reply# 25   12/16/2012 at 13:43 (2,668 days old) by AlexHoovers94 (Manchester UK)        

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Not to offend anyone, but in my experience, the DC07 is the WORST Dyson I have ever used, in my experience it is so terrible in more ways than I can think to imagine.

Alex.


Post# 210177 , Reply# 26   12/16/2012 at 16:53 (2,668 days old) by Turbo500 (West Yorkshire, UK)        

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Believe me, I think quite a few of us on here are somewhere on the autism spectrum, even if they don't know it yet. 

 


Post# 210228 , Reply# 27   12/17/2012 at 03:13 (2,668 days old) by AlexHoovers94 (Manchester UK)        

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I was diagnosed with Asbergers when I was 12, I have it very mild on the spectrum, but it affects the way I understand peoples feelings and strugle making new friends, I imagine it is linked to my vacuum obssesion, but people that have an interest in something does not automatically mean that they have Asbergers.

Post# 210261 , Reply# 28   12/17/2012 at 14:31 (2,667 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        

DC07 is the best Dyson I have used

Post# 210264 , Reply# 29   12/17/2012 at 15:09 (2,667 days old) by Turbo500 (West Yorkshire, UK)        
DC07 is the best Dyson I have used

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I'm with Alex, the DC07 is probably the one I dislike the most. Of the 5 Dysons my grandma has owned, the DC07 was the most problematic, the most awkward to use and the most unreliable, burning out after just 2 years


Post# 210322 , Reply# 30   12/18/2012 at 02:13 (2,667 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        
Really?

Wow. They are Dyson's most powerful

Post# 210329 , Reply# 31   12/18/2012 at 07:28 (2,667 days old) by jmurray01 (Scotland)        

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"Wow. They are Dyson's most powerful" And? Power is not everything.

The Hoover Purepower is a fine example of that theory.


Post# 210361 , Reply# 32   12/18/2012 at 12:15 (2,666 days old) by dysondestijl (east midlands, UK)        

nothing wrong with a hoover purepower!

Post# 210412 , Reply# 33   12/18/2012 at 14:35 (2,666 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        

I agree with Dysondestijl, Hoover purepowers are amazing machines, they are better than dustmanagers (the bagless version)
And I agree with you also Jamie, I misused the term of powerful, What I mean was the DC07 picks up the most amount of dirt and grooms beautifully, it is good for carpet. A carpet should not have a vacuum ran over it which has a stiff brushbar and is really aggressive, The soft brushes are good for carpet and help it last longer


Post# 210413 , Reply# 34   12/18/2012 at 14:56 (2,666 days old) by beko1987 (Stokenchurch, United Kingdom)        

Wow! I like dc07s, one of the reasons I like them is they are so many going free. That bnib cost just over half the price of my car!

Post# 210422 , Reply# 35   12/18/2012 at 16:16 (2,666 days old) by jmurray01 (Scotland)        

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"nothing wrong with a hoover purepower!" There's nothing right with it either.

Post# 210423 , Reply# 36   12/18/2012 at 16:19 (2,666 days old) by jmurray01 (Scotland)        

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"A carpet should not have a vacuum ran over it which has a stiff brushbar and is really aggressive, The soft brushes are good for carpet and help it last longer" Sorry, but you are wrong there.

The "gently gently" approach does not apply to carpets.

You need good stiff bristles and preferably beaters of some sort to agitate the carpet and get the grit from deep down in the bottom of the pile.

Carpets are tough things, hell, you walk over them all the time, how much strain do you think that puts on them?


Post# 210436 , Reply# 37   12/18/2012 at 17:16 (2,666 days old) by FantomLightning (Ohio)        
IMO... And in agreement with Jamie...

The grit and dirt left behind by a brushroll that is too gentile will cause much more wear over time than something more aggressive.

Post# 210440 , Reply# 38   12/18/2012 at 18:16 (2,666 days old) by vintagerepairer (England)        

Fair point. However, some stiff brushes have been known to melt some very cheap man-made carpets.

Post# 210499 , Reply# 39   12/19/2012 at 11:16 (2,665 days old) by dysondestijl (east midlands, UK)        

beaters are good if you have a nice thick carpet, but if you(like me) have a very thin carpet then, lets say the hoover junior is kinda useless- a dyson is better for my needs, and the most aggressive vacuum i use it the hoover turbopower 1- thats just perfect.

Post# 210517 , Reply# 40   12/19/2012 at 13:59 (2,665 days old) by madabouthoovers ()        

My cheap cut pile lounge carpet has had that many different cleaners passed over it, and still has no ill effects - its had Dysons, Hoovers with beater bars, Kirbys, and others on a daily basis, and still looks great.
To vac a carpet anything less than daily when you have cats or dogs is lazy and unhygienic. I'd rather wear the carpet out a couple of years earlier through daily vaccing than have fleas and pet hairs everywhere.


Post# 210598 , Reply# 41   12/20/2012 at 06:12 (2,665 days old) by gsheen (Cape Town South Africa)        

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Carpet manufacturers recommend a soft brush roll as a stiff one can damage and tear the carpet fibers. That is from the company's that produce carpets I think they would know. Some even go as far as saying that using a vacuum with a stiff brush roll will void the warranty.
Brush bars tend to spin at around 5000 rpm, Take a piece of soft string and put it into a drill and switch it on, If you had to touch that string you would get a decent smack on your hand, Now a drill spins at 2000rpm so now imagine a brush roll with stiff bristles hitting a carpet at 5000 rpm it can do some serious damage, especially on wool


Post# 210606 , Reply# 42   12/20/2012 at 07:39 (2,665 days old) by jmurray01 (Scotland)        

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So why is it the Hoover Activator brush roll was recommended by a carpet manufacturer when it had firm bristles and beaters?

Also, Hoover made the original Agitator brush roll for almost 80 years, surely if carpets were being damaged they wouldn't have lasted that long before people complained and stopped buying the cleaners.


Post# 210614 , Reply# 43   12/20/2012 at 10:00 (2,664 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        

Just a question, but What is the best vacuum for dust pick up?I find the DC07 best for my thin pile carpets and flat burber upstairs, however I keep hearing Dyson is terrible, What is good for us?

Post# 210615 , Reply# 44   12/20/2012 at 10:16 (2,664 days old) by jmurray01 (Scotland)        

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On hard flooring any vacuum that has suction is just as good as the other in terms of dust pick up but on carpet you need a good brush roll.

As such, Dysons do not have a good brush roll, you only have to look at one to see that.

I would say for the best cleaning of carpets the Hoover Turbopower 1 models would be the best as they are dirty fan and have the Activator brush roll.


Post# 210617 , Reply# 45   12/20/2012 at 10:23 (2,664 days old) by dysondestijl (east midlands, UK)        

well i think dysons are not good for fine dust pick up, off carpets anyway- they can handle surface fluff and debris but you need a hoover with an activator brushroll it picks minute particles up!!!

Post# 210621 , Reply# 46   12/20/2012 at 10:47 (2,664 days old) by jmurray01 (Scotland)        

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Indeed.

Post# 210632 , Reply# 47   12/20/2012 at 13:18 (2,664 days old) by sebo_fan (Scotland, UK, member AKA ukvacfan, & Nar2)        

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Well, if the activator was that good, you'd find them in the industry trade on carpets, but hate to say it SEBO rule the roost with their stiff bristles and not forgetting they do make a delicate brush roller incase you have thinner types or precious underlay. Their brush rolls however do not spin at the highest rpm, so its no wonder the industry love them. Carpets are groomed and cleaned well with SEBO brush rolls, yet they are also protected by them as there do not have beaters on them. Same with Oreck.

Jamie, you pose a good question on why the activator has been recommended by carpet brands. Possibly because Hoover paid these companies for the use of the carpet brand's name and in tow, the company would recommend Hoover for their activators? Hoover have been known to do this before with other companies as well as rather off-set ideas like British Allergy Foundation approved vacuums, on ones that are bagless cyclonics -yet we all know that bagless is far from hygienic when it comes the time to empty - and where is the BAF seal approval then??

I was looking through a lot of my old Hoover brochures of late. The Turbopower 2 and 3 series blurbs have to be seen to be believed - Hoover claim that the tools offer 180% more suction than using the previous vacuums Hoover sold, which kind of mocks the Senior, Junior et al before the TP2 and 3's came around.

One has to take things with a pinch of salt. For collectors, the difference is that we may well care for our carpets because of the range of models and brands we choose to collect. However to most buyers, if a Dyson seems to be the most technological brand around, they'll more than likely buy it regardless of the brush roll type.


Post# 210639 , Reply# 48   12/20/2012 at 14:14 (2,664 days old) by jmurray01 (Scotland)        

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Well actually the 180% more suction is probably true.

Yes the Seniors and Juniors are brilliant cleaners but have you used the hose on either?

What they probably did was compare the hose suction between the Juniors and Seniors to the TP2 and it doesn't take a genius to work out that the TP2 would have so much more.


Post# 210648 , Reply# 49   12/20/2012 at 15:40 (2,664 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        

Dyson can pick up some fine dust after one vacuuming, All Dysons seperate the fine dust from the larger particles :)

Jamie: Thank you so much for the recommendation :)


Post# 210666 , Reply# 50   12/20/2012 at 18:08 (2,664 days old) by sebo_fan (Scotland, UK, member AKA ukvacfan, & Nar2)        

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To answer your question - yes the suction on a Junior U1104 is feeble using the hose and pan converter. The Senior however isn't at all bad - not when you consider that once the converter is fitted at the back, it flicks a switch that puts the motor into a higher mode. Yes it may be noisier but the suction isn't that bad. No wonder Hoover tried at all lengths to sell their newer TP2s & 3s at that time - but to use "previous models" as a comparison must be a smack in the face for all collectors of Hoover classic models - as well as at that time, previous owners of previous models.

Also, Axminster also approve Sebo uprights...


Post# 210767 , Reply# 51   12/21/2012 at 16:04 (2,663 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        
I used

I used a Nilco bagged dirty air machine and was disappointed because i used my DC25 in the same building and it got a very very very full bin, full of this fine white power and dust, and i had a dirt devil handy zip but had a broken belt i was disappointed by it also due to its suction, I am now put off dirty air machines :(
They have 3 nilcos of the same design, and another clean air nilco but the hose suction was abit down and the power head motor does not work! nice design though


Post# 210824 , Reply# 52   12/22/2012 at 06:18 (2,663 days old) by sebo_fan (Scotland, UK, member AKA ukvacfan, & Nar2)        

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Tayyab - your question for "dust" pick up is slightly confusing. Dust to me is the stuff that moves around, requiring a suction hose and tools. Dirt pick up is where the stuff in carpets comes from or on hard floors. 

 

Whilst Jamie has his opinions, and as you have seen already Nilco vacuums generally use clean air systems, their box uprights are similar to SEBO but not the same machines. I have used a Nilco dirty fan upright vacuum before and they're generally just as great at picking up dirt - the one I tried many years ago simply didn't have the built in suction hose for "dusty" areas. 

 

 


Post# 210837 , Reply# 53   12/22/2012 at 08:22 (2,662 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        

Ryan:- Yes, I meant "dust pick up" by dirt in the carpets, I am suprised you find Nilcos good, however these ones I used are only about a year old and never get looked after,they even used one of them with a clog! They also had a VAX 6131 and that had t be binned due to too many parts cracked off and motor unit having to be taped together for safety, Now they have an Eco Henry which is the only descent vacuum they ever owned. PS- I love your collection, especially the Dysons.
Regards


Post# 210850 , Reply# 54   12/22/2012 at 12:18 (2,662 days old) by sebo_fan (Scotland, UK, member AKA ukvacfan, & Nar2)        

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Speaking of Dysons I've just visited the shop where I bought my Electroluxes in the last year from - and they have an original DC03 upright vac priced at £199-99 never been used!


Post# 210854 , Reply# 55   12/22/2012 at 13:13 (2,662 days old) by vintagerepairer (England)        

One can only imagine the condition of the plastic after all that time. Dysons were fragile from new, never mind 15 years later.

Post# 210899 , Reply# 56   12/23/2012 at 02:37 (2,662 days old) by sebo_fan (Scotland, UK, member AKA ukvacfan, & Nar2)        

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That thought did cross my mind, VR. They did have a DeStijl DC01 but it had been sold last year and it had been back to them for a plastic part that had fallen off.

Yesterday they offered me a Hoover Vortex but it looked as if had won two wars and needed a lot of repairs done to it.


Post# 211065 , Reply# 57   12/24/2012 at 05:53 (2,661 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        

Ryan, That awesome! (the DC03 brand new) in my local shop they had a Dc07 allergy in blue and purple brand new but had gone, then they had about 6 DC03i's brand new! 179 each, I loved these but didn't get them as I had bad luck with my previous DC03. Another shop near me had a Dyson DC04 silver lime brand new 160 never got sold for about 5 years been on the shelf, We bought it and love it so much!

Post# 211150 , Reply# 58   12/25/2012 at 14:03 (2,659 days old) by dysondestijl (east midlands, UK)        

theres a new DC07i in red on amazon now! 314!

CLICK HERE TO GO TO dysondestijl's LINK


Post# 211292 , Reply# 59   12/27/2012 at 09:32 (2,657 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        
OMG

Dysondestijl you are so awesome! Thanks!!!! Oh my god, I am happy now, however i am not sure if this DC07 is worth 314? even a DC24 is worth about 230 today

Post# 211313 , Reply# 60   12/27/2012 at 13:34 (2,657 days old) by dysondestijl (east midlands, UK)        

Well the 314 dco7 is worth it, as the dc24 you mentioned is no where near as good, and dc24's are everywhere, where do you find Bnib dco7's now? Also, if you keep it for another few years it will probably be worth much more than 300! Only 1 left now! Also the new dyson are really expensive now anyway, so it would be worthwile!

Post# 211315 , Reply# 61   12/27/2012 at 14:15 (2,657 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        

thanks mate! :D I just wish it was an origin or allergy model or something else as i had too many grey dysons :(

Post# 211418 , Reply# 62   12/28/2012 at 05:27 (2,657 days old) by dysondestijl (east midlands, UK)        

Yeah but it has red on it, not all too many dysons are red so it would look awesome with your other dysons- what ones do you have now?

Post# 211457 , Reply# 63   12/28/2012 at 12:26 (2,656 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        

I had a DC01 destijl which I gave to my Relative who looks after vacuums properly (plastic not breaking and pushes the with care I mean)
DC01 Standrard YDK
Bissell easy vac came with the DC01 for free!
DC02 standard all mint and complete with looking brand new tools

DC03 WANTED i had a standard in 2006 though
DC04 silver lime bought brand new 1 year 1/2 ago

Dyson DC04 abspolute purple and green i loved in 2008 (blew up)
Dyson DC05 gone to the scrap after it blew up after 4 mins of coming home

Dyson DC07 Animal 15 carboot
Dyson DC07 Allergy blue + purple (My fav) 25 Ebay
Dyson DC07 Standard made in 2001! 11 Ebay
Dyson dc07 all floors i had 3 but broke
Dyson DC08 Origin 8 carboot
Dyson DC14 Allergy (Silver with clear purple buttons)
Dyson DC25 Animal 250 Currys

I was soo close to getting the most immaculate DC01 de stijl I even seen at the carboots! It had everything original, even the soleplate was red, the cable was purple and even had the little yellow grommet thing all for 10!

Hoover Alyx crapp little thing 2
Argos value range given to my By my Auntie as she as moving and got a Henry
Lervia handheld vacuum 2
Dirt Devil handy zip 9 needs a belt, has everything though (yes everything ) even the warranty out of date an instructions etc

Proline UVC18 bagless upright (best non Dyson vacuum I used!) 15 awesome trust me (improved Argos value range kind of modified)



Post# 211458 , Reply# 64   12/28/2012 at 12:27 (2,656 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        

I had a DC01 destijl which I gave to my Relative who looks after vacuums properly (plastic not breaking and pushes the with care I mean)
DC01 Standrard YDK
Bissell easy vac came with the DC01 for free!
DC02 standard all mint and complete with looking brand new tools

DC03 WANTED i had a standard in 2006 though
DC04 silver lime bought brand new 1 year 1/2 ago

Dyson DC04 abspolute purple and green i loved in 2008 (blew up)
Dyson DC05 gone to the scrap after it blew up after 4 mins of coming home

Dyson DC07 Animal 15 carboot
Dyson DC07 Allergy blue + purple (My fav) 25 Ebay
Dyson DC07 Standard made in 2001! 11 Ebay
Dyson dc07 all floors i had 3 but broke
Dyson DC08 Origin 8 carboot
Dyson DC14 Allergy (Silver with clear purple buttons)
Dyson DC25 Animal 250 Currys

I was soo close to getting the most immaculate DC01 de stijl I even seen at the carboots! It had everything original, even the soleplate was red, the cable was purple and even had the little yellow grommet thing all for 10!

Hoover Alyx crapp little thing 2
Argos value range given to my By my Auntie as she as moving and got a Henry
Lervia handheld vacuum 2
Dirt Devil handy zip 9 needs a belt, has everything though (yes everything ) even the warranty out of date an instructions etc

Proline UVC18 bagless upright (best non Dyson vacuum I used!) 15 awesome trust me (improved Argos value range kind of modified)



Post# 211461 , Reply# 65   12/28/2012 at 12:40 (2,656 days old) by sebo_fan (Scotland, UK, member AKA ukvacfan, & Nar2)        

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The Proline UVC18 you speak of is actually a Vax upright, catalogue only model. I raised that some time ago on here regarding it as Vax have a cheek to price it at 139 compared to the Comet/Currys model.



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Post# 211492 , Reply# 66   12/28/2012 at 16:10 (2,656 days old) by parwaz786 ( )        
WOW

Wow, that looks nearly the same, except mine has an on board turbo brush and a black hose+ black tools (wand and long crevice tool)




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