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Comparing Dyson Models V7, V8, V10, V11, Outsize, Omni Glide, Micro, V12 Detect, and V15 DetectSPOTLIGHTED POST
I read this post in the forums a few days back» And it mainly discusses the differences between the V6 and the V15 based on product specifications. As someone doing this for a living, I feel that there’s more nuance in comparing vacuums rather than just relying on manufacturer specifications.For example, the post states that the run time of the V10 to V15 models is 60 minutes, which isn’t entirely accurate since the newer models use newer battery technology that runs further.The V10, for instance, exceeded the 60 minute run time claim, but with the crevice tool. Stick a nozzle and that number goes down to around 41+ minutes give or take.The V15 Detect ran for more than 80 minutes during my tests with the laser slim roller, and over 56 minutes with the standard nozzle in the lowest setting.Power difference between the V8 and V10 isn’t as signifcant as the numbers suggest and this is backed up with the cleaning experiments.I’ve tested all these products extensively » And here’s a post o
Hi everyone. Wondering if the community can help me out here please?I am looking to upgrade my current cordless dyson to a V15 and for the price, really wanting to get the best machine. I know with care these machines do the job well and can last many years (I have a V6!). I am wondering if I am missing a key machine feature when compairing the V15 Detect Absolute + (Gold) with the V15 Detect Extra? Both are on the Dyson website and exclusive to Dyson direct. As far as I can see, I think both have the upgraded HEPA filter to 0.1 micron, both have the built in tool, same motor, same bin size, suction the same and cleaner heads seem to be the same and its just accessories that are different? Price for both is £659.99. I am looking for best performace, so colours don’t matter. Can a pro help a rookie out? - Thanks in advance. (Moderation Edit - Tags Added/Title Updated)
For anyone after a compassion guide on tools, run time, filter type, bin size (volume), machine weight etc on the Cordless vacuums sold by Dyson, I’ve found a site that does this! It’s a lot of reading. There are a few tables handy. Dyson V6 vs V7 vs V8 vs V10 vs V11 vs V15 Cordless Vacuums - Models Comparisons Thank me later 😀(Edited by moderator – Tags added)
Cordless V10 Dust Collection - ImpressiveSPOTLIGHTED POST
My Mother-in-law is religious with cleaning. She’s methodical with hoovering, never misses an area of carpet or hard wood. She’s against any vacuum that isn’t a Hoover. To my pleasure, her Hoover broke and she HAD to borrowed our Dyson. This is the result after one pass. She’s a convert. Already ordering a V15! 🤣
With the Dyson range of vacuum cleaners continuing to expand and develop at pace, here’s a one-stop guide to the latest range of Dyson vacuum cleaners.Dyson V15 DetectOur most powerful and intelligent cordless vacuum yet, the V15 Detect is capable of detecting, removing, sizing, and counting microscopic dust particles for scientific proof of a deep clean.It comes with two cleaner heads – the Laser Slim Fluffy cleaner head that reveals microscopic dust particles invisible to the naked eye and the Anti-Tangle High Torque cleaner head that automatically adapts suction power across different floor types. Both are suitable for cleaning both carpeted and hard floors. Dyson V15 DetectDyson V12 Detect SlimOur most powerful and compact cordless vacuum that weighs just 2.2kg and intelligently counts and measures the dust in your home. It comes with two cleaner heads – the Laser Slim Fluffy cleaner head that reveals microscopic dust particles and the Motorised brush bar. Both tools provide a dee
This is a repeat of an older post with similar title that has comments as old as 10 months and closed as “solved”. Several replacement parts are still not available, with a frustrating “notify me” option. It is not like customers order replacement parts in advance of the need and are usually are going to do at the time of the need, just waiting with no alternatives.
Dyson V10 Absolute cutting out after approx 10 secs, the machine stops then can re pull the trigger,it starts and then stops again after approx 10 secs again, the bin has been cleaned out and the filter has been cleaned even though there are no filter or blockage lights on, there are 3 blue lights on indicating full charge. I have been on the troubleshooting guide as recommended which is going to order me a replacement battery, I don’t think this is the issue but will see when it arrives. Anyone out there have any ideas. (Moderation Edit - Tags Added)
Hello.I have recently been sent a replacement main V10 body due to a warranty claim, but this has not rectified the problem of the vacuum not working.The machine is under warranty and I assume now that it must be a battery or charger issue.As with previous attempts, it seems impossible to get a response via the chat function or the helpline number.Could you please contact me directly to advise? Serial number N8D-UK-REJ0643A
I am still waiting for my refund - multiple calls with promised return calls that never happened. Emails never answered. Representatives telling me that I have already been refunded and that MY bank is holding the money -- ALL LIES - IS ANYONE ELSE EXPERIENCING THIS??? MUST I GET THE BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU INVOLVED???? HORRIBLE CUSTOMER SERVICE - ALL BECAUSE THE PHONE ORDER WAS MISHANDLED AND THEY SENT ME THE WRONG VACUUM.THIS NEEDS TO BE RESOLVED - IS THERE ANYONE WHO WORKS FOR DYSON THAT CAN DO THIS BECAUSE THE MULTIPLE OTHERS I SPOKE WITH HAVE NOT.
Hi, I have a DC34 that I’ve had from new. The machine runs perfectly. I went to charge it but when I connect to the charger there’s no green light. I bought a new battery and it worked as usual. I now need to charge it and still no green light. I then bought a new charger. Still no green light with either battery. I’m now stumped. Can you help?
Hello:This V12 is the first cordless Dyson I’ve owned, and so far I’m loving it (except for the tiny dust bin, of course). But as I’m climbing the learning curve, I can’t quite grasp the meaning of the particle count.If I place the motorhead on a particular spot on the carpet and leave it there, the number of particles at that spot will presumably all be picked up eventually and the particle count would drop to zero.Is that the correct? Or.., is the display cumulative since the counter was last set to zero? If this is the case, in the experiment above, would the the numbers eventually stop going up?Thanks
Let's just say, I bought it on August 12, and Amazon shipped it quick, and now September 13 and still don't have a vacuum. It only worked for a few days, stopped charging, Dyson sent us a replacement part. When that didn't also fix a problem, they tell us to go to all the way NJ from Manhattan to see if we can repair. I just spent $1000, and need to drive an hour to see if we can fix the vacuum!?! No way. They gave me an option to drop it off at UPS and will send an entirely new vacuum. When I got to UPS, they said the reference number Dyson gave me was invalid. I had to call back again to Dyson and they gave me a new number. That didn't work again. Dyson says, "We can send you a label, you can pay for the box and ship it back". At this point I was FURIOUS. Asked for other options and they said we could wait like a week to get a box and UPS pick up. We have been vacuum-less for a month already and we have to wait more?! No way. I was so fed up and paid $40 for box and packing and just
V15 detect, 11 month old.Around two weeks ago I had the first occurance of a weird situation.Every morning I get my vacum and do some cleaning after my dog.I take the vacum and do quick 5-10 mins cleanup.This time I pressed the trigger, vacum had started but after few seconds it turned off, but not stopped like it does when you release the trigger, it simply went off, and the motor slowly stopped, with gradual smooth slowing down.Then - after few seconds - I tried again and it was ok. I finished my daily morning cleanup.But now - every time I want to do the cleaning - this is happening all the time. Sometimes it turns off 2-3 times, then it’s good, I finish my cleaning, put it on the charger, and after 1 hours - the same.I checked battery - it’s good, it shows around 40 mins on ‘mid’.I clean dyson, there’s no blockage, the filter is clean.What more can I check.
I am an extremely frustrated soon-to-not-be Dyson customer. I have been trying to get a replacement battery for my out-of-warranty V10 unit since September. My unit is holding less and less a charge each month.I am a customer in the US. How do I get one now?Every one of my communications to Customer Service ends in an offer of a discount for a new unit. Not one of my communications has had a response of an estimate of when there will be a replenishment.When this battery dies, why would I continue being a customer with a new unit when I cannot get a vital replacement part for a perfectly good existing unit? This is supposed to be a top-tier unit, I love it and want to continue to use it.Any ideas what I should do to get a new battery? Absent of that, any recommendations on a quality cordless vacuum from another manufacturer?I don’t want to give up on Dyson, but they sure are making it easy to consider. Come on, Customer Service. Your company makes an excellent product. Why can’t you sup
I’m very confused with offerings for a replace main body assembly for my V8 Absolute. There appear to be at least three different parts. My device has a serial number beginning with RA6.968893-01 - references many serial numbers but not those beginning with RA6 967812-01 - references only serial numbers beginning with YM8 969129-01 - no serial numbers referencedCan anyone offer any guidance on this, please?
I purchased a Dyson V10 extra vacuum cleaner from the Dyson website in Turkey. Unfortunately, within just four months of use, I encountered a recurring issue with the trigger mechanism. I promptly sent the product in for service, and it was replaced with a new trigger unit. However, my frustration grew when the new unit also developed a trigger problem within two months. Once again, I had to send my vacuum cleaner in for repairs.Why should I continue to endure repairs and part replacements on a relatively new product? I urgently request a resolution to this ongoing problem. I no longer wish to use the V10 vacuum cleaner and I've read about this trigger problem in many comments written by users, so it is a cronical problem. I kindly request either a replacement with the V12 model, which does not have a trigger. I hope we can resolve this matter.Can you please assist me?Thank you
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