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Post# 344271   2/16/2016 at 13:25 (1,988 days old) by citroenbx (england)        

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hi there I was thinking the other day when I was in the shed and there was 3 types of dc01 in there and that got me thinking how many different types did they do


first of MK1 1993

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Post# 344272 , Reply# 1   2/16/2016 at 13:26 (1,988 days old) by citroenbx (england)        
dyson da001 1994

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Post# 344273 , Reply# 2   2/16/2016 at 13:32 (1,988 days old) by citroenbx (england)        
dyson dc01 MK3 1995

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The first dyson with a long hose and don't forget the new logo

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Post# 344274 , Reply# 3   2/16/2016 at 13:39 (1,988 days old) by citroenbx (england)        
dyson dc01 mk6 1996-1998

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NEW soleplate/plug/logo

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Post# 344276 , Reply# 4   2/16/2016 at 13:54 (1,988 days old) by citroenbx (england)        

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new bin insert / new plug / new clear hose / stair tool

SORRY I went past mk5

p.s tools are supposed to be grey

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Post# 344334 , Reply# 5   2/17/2016 at 03:16 (1,987 days old) by citroenbx (england)        

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just lately I ma a thread about a hoover ranger no one was bothered and its happening again

Post# 344343 , Reply# 6   2/17/2016 at 05:17 (1,987 days old) by Dyson89 (Norfolk, UK)        
I'm not sure there's 5....

I thought there were 3 main variants and then Dyson mixed and matched tools, plugs etc

Phone number stickers on we're also a clue

Post# 344345 , Reply# 7   2/17/2016 at 06:09 (1,987 days old) by citroenbx (england)        

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but you see what I mean

Post# 344353 , Reply# 8   2/17/2016 at 07:59 (1,987 days old) by Parwaz786 ( )        

Citroen I think you should sign up for the Manchestervacs Dyson Forum, it's not only dedicated to Dyson, but other vacuums aswell and you can get more attention :) This is a pretty big forum with mainly American collectors who probably have less of an interest in Dyson DC01's but more of an interest in Hoover's, Kirby's, Riccars, etc.

Post# 344368 , Reply# 9   2/17/2016 at 10:02 (1,987 days old) by dysonman1 (the county)        

I would be willing to be money on the fact that there probably are less than 5 people in the USA who know of, and OWN, any DC01, DC02, DC03, DC04, DC05, and DC08 models. In the seven years the Vacuum Museum has been open, not one person (with the exception of Scott from Texas) even recognized my display of those models. They were never sold in the USA and no one really took the time to research machines we were not able to buy and use. For a very long time, I felt like I was the only person the USA who even knew what Dysons were.

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