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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, […]

Kleeneze Rotork Cyclon – Prototype Dyson Vacuum Cleaner – Vintage – Like G-Force

After 5 years of prototyping, the Kleeneze Rotork Cyclon was the first production vacuum cleaner created by James Dyson. He was funded by Rotork (his former employer) and these were made for him by Zanussi in Italy. They were sold through Kleeneze’s distribution network and at the Ideal Home Exhibition through 1983 & 1984. These […]

Why Are The Bigger Independent Dyson Shops Now Moving Over to Sebo?

We have noticed a trend. Many of the larger Dyson specialists up and down the country are adding Sebo to their stable of products. Sebo is the best brand of German vacuum cleaner you have perhaps never heard of. You find them in hospitals, offices, cleaning companies, cruise ships, etc. Sebo vacuums are hand made […]

Manchester Vacs Relocates & Becomes Biggest in the North

Already Dyson Medic’s recommended parts supplier, Manchester Vacs has relocated to much larger premises making them the biggest independent specialist Dyson parts supplier in the north of England. Manchester Vacs is not a new business; they were at their previous location on nearby Abbey Hey Lane in Gorton for almost a decade. A family business; […]

Get a traditional style long crevice nozzle tool for your late model Dyson

Dyson have traditionally made tool fitment difficult. For example, the DC15 had a set of tools all of its own. They fitted no other model. The DC19 had a possibility of two totally different types of tool socket; fitment depending on if it is a telescopic wrap or not. That causes parts sellers a world […]

How to save money on a mini turbine tool for a DC07, DC14, DC15 or DC18.

Don’t you just hate it when a simple solution to an old problem falls in your lap, and then you find out it was there all along and you never noticed? That is what happened today. A good customer of mine wanted a mini turbine tool for his DC07, and was complaining that the well-regarded […]

A Cheaper Option for Dyson Cylinder Turbine Turbo Head Floor Tools

Dyson turbine heads (sometimes called turbo heads) are the full size vacuum-driven heads that come with many models of cylinder or canister Dyson vacuum cleaners. They are designed to replicate the beater bar action of a conventional upright vacuum cleaner by utlising a rotating brush on the carpet to dislodge dirt. You can buy them […]

Jake Dyson LED Lighting?

It seems Sir James Dyson has a son, Jake Dyson. Never heard of him? No, me neither. But it seems he is a lighting designer with some products already on the market. He makes desk lamps and other lights. Jake Dyson, son of Sir James Dyson, claims he hasn’t just changed the light bulb, but created […]

Which Dyson ‘Universal’ Adaptor Do I Need?

Dyson adaptors! A Big subject whether you call it an adaptor, an adapter or a converter. Confusingly, Dyson market what they call a ‘universal adaptor’ which is actually nothing of the sort. So which Dyson tool adaptor do you need? One size doesn’t fit all. Despite what some will tell you. Dyson V7, V8 or V10 […]

How to Get Trade Deals on Dyson Spare Parts

Looking for trade deals on spares and parts for Dyson vacuum cleaners and Airblade hand dryers? Smaller traders, market sellers, car boot, Facebook and Gumtree sales people often have difficulty buying spares at the right price to fix up their machines. If you approach a traditional trade supplier, they will want trade references, a VAT […]


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