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Bagged -v- Bagless Vacuum Cleaners? How to Choose a Vacuum Cleaner.

This article first appeared at Manchester Vacs. I’ve been in the vacuum business since the mid 1980s, Our shop is the largest independent vacuum shop in the north of England. So I’m probably quite well qualified to opine on vacuum cleaners. Bagged or bagless vacuum cleaner? Which is the best vacuum cleaner? Which vacuum cleaner to buy? […]

Don’t Want to Drill the Wall to Mount Your Dyson Cordless Vacuum? Here Is the Answer

If you are the owner of a Dyson V6, V7, V8 or V10 cordless vacuum cleaner, you’ll like this. Similarly, if you have a Dyson DC35, DC44, DC45, DC56, DC57, DC59, DC72, DC73 or DC74 you’ll like this too. When you buy a cordless Dyson vacuum cleaner, one of the things that can often stump […]

Dyson Red Button Tools: Two Sizes That Look the Same. CY22, CY23, Light Ball & Big Ball Adaptors Explained.

We have written here before to try and demystify the confusion with Dyson tool socket fittings and adaptors. Here is one previous article: Dyson V8 tool adaptors: Use your old tools with your Dyson V7 and V8 (if you have a V8 or V7 – read that instead). Here is another: Which Dyson ‘Universal’ Adaptor […]

“Dyson Vacuum Cleaners Do Not Need Servicing” Yes or No? Read the Truth

There have been several items recently on television and in the media, and statements made by Trading Standards and Dyson themselves that “Dysons do not need servicing”. This is a very general and broad sweeping statement that as a stand alone statement is patently untrue in that it cannot be applied to all Dyson vacuum […]

Dyson EV – James Dyson Announces Electric Car Development by 2020

This article first appeared at Manchester Vacs. This is a memo distributed to all Dyson staff today:  Message A Dyson EV – Recieved Items A Dyson EV James Dyson 26 September 2017 at 16:45 To: All Dyson Worldwide In 1988 I read a paper by the US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, linking […]

New EU 900w Vacuum Cleaner Rules in September 2017

This article first appeared at Manchester Vacs. The new vacuum cleaner energy label, set to come into effect on 1 September 2017, will reduce the maximum wattage from 1600 to 900 watts for any new vacuum cleaner manufactured or sold in the EU. Despite the UK having voted for Brexit, we are bound by these […]

Where to buy a Dyson DC04 Wand Release Catch or Wand Cap.

Some time ago Dyson discontinued all support and spare parts supply for the DC04 as we mentioned here: Dyson Are Ending Parts & Service Support for the DC04 Range. While the supply of parts hasn’t yet diminished terribly due to the aftermarket, some spares are starting to become elusive to obtain new. For this reason, […]

Discussion about the 2016 increase in price of genuine Dyson spares.

This article first appeared at Manchester Vacs.  Some may have noticed already that the cost of genuine Dyson spares has just massively increased. Some parts have gone up over 100%. It seems to be right across the board. It won’t have filtered through to every sales platform as yet, because people are sat on stock […]

Where to buy a new wand handle for a Dyson DC04

The Dyson DC04 is one of the classic Dyson models of vacuum cleaner dating from the late-nineties that is what we call the Ford Transit of Dysons: It does everything you want it to, and doesn’t break down very often if you do simple maintenance. It does what it says on the tin. Decade after […]

Dyson or Sebo? Which one will you choose? Online vote.

This article first appeared at Manchester Vacs.  Sebo versus Dyson? It’s a big question and one that is popping up more and more. As Dyson focus more and more on cordless and handheld machines (of which they are the undisputed market leader), robots and other domestic appliances (like hairdryers), the more traditional vacuum cleaner buyer, […]


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