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I have this and it has trouble picking stuff up on hardwood flooring. It does okay on carpet though
Dyson can go fuck themselves
Why can't this be shipped to Argentina? :(
As of May 1st 2018 this is on sale for $30 cheaper at Wal-Mart https://www.walmart.com/ip/Dyson-V6-Trigger-Origin-Handheld-Vacuum/680216275
Hahaha almost joined this drop and then went online and saw you can get this at lowes brand new, cheaper, and without the wait. >>> https://www.lowes.com/pd/Dyson-V6-Trigger-21-6-Volt-Cordless-Handheld-Vacuum/1000221509
Berzerker
Wow what a rip! Thanks for the tip Berzerker!
kossae
No problem :)
Is this strong enough for Car Vacuuming?
c0ld
Yes. One of it's intended purposes.
c0ld
Confirmed. I just tossed out my old favourite black and decker car vac. Got this flexible, extendable, crevice tool for car duties. Works great.
Can it be used plugged in the wall socket? If yes whats the voltage it supports?
And also what is the voltage for the accu charger?
No V10?
You can get this on Woot today for $119.
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msteinebach
Refurbished with a 6 month warranty. So, brand new and 2 year warranty costs $30 more.
msteinebach
The thing is, if you want to buy it, you are welcome. I'm just letting potential buyers know there are other options. They can weigh the advantages or disadvantages of a refurbished item. I must say, almost all of my Dyson products are refurbished and they have been working for years.
Found a DC59 for $129 at Walmart. 🙄
OneLove
I've never had so much fun using a vacuum in my life. This thing sucks, so good! 😭 It picks up dust and dirt like no other handheld. I got the wall mount (charges while hanging) and extra nozzle attachments from Amazon. It has now replaced my favorite car and kitchen handheld vacs. Also, love jet engine sound the motor makes when you release the trigger. Only downside is that the trigger is very sensitive. It activates accidentally sometimes when I pick up the vacuum. (induces tiny heart attack on occasion)
Just a bit of information that I gleaned from experience which might be helpful to anyone considering a V6: this is a fairly loud vacuum cleaner.

I had two of these, and both were loud.

Of specific concern to me was a high pitched squeal in the sound which I was afraid might damage my high frequency hearing after numerous 10-15 minute stints of vacuuming over time.

I had purchased them directly from Dyson, so I returned both of them.

I ended up getting a V7 and a V8 to replace them. Both of these are so much quieter.

I can, in fact, vacuum while my toddler is running around next to me, and it doesn’t bother him at all (he was spooked by the loudness of the V6).

Plus the V7 and V8 are quiet enough that I don’t worry about any negative impacts to my hearing or to anyone else’s nearby with normal use.

Now, not everyone will be as bothered by the sound level of the V6 as I am. But just a heads up so you won’t be disappointed if loudness is a concern to you.

I agree ... Dyson models are confusing. They are selling V6, V7, V8, and V10 models on their website and promise a price match. I cannot find a difference between the Walmart $119 vacuum and $179 vacuum other than color.

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