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Dayumm this thig Sucks!! - June 16, 2006, 02:10 PM

Ok not motorcycle related at all but..

So, the vacuum died and I had to buy a new one. While thinking about my next purchase shure as shit that dang DYSON commercial comes on. So i bust out the laptop and I google away on vaccum's.

Holy shit are these things $$. After much reading and gathering intel, it seems that Dyson has something going on.

I ventured to the adult kid store aka BEST BUY and purchased one knowing that i can return it w/in 30 days.. Paid the extra 50 bux for a 4 year warrenty.

Lots of reviews said it was $$ but after the first try they were hooked.

Since i have 2 cats and a dog, i went with of course the most expensive DC 15 animal.



Yes dave IT IS PURPLE

But sure as shit this thing is badass. The Ball that it rolls on is kick ass and you can manuver that thing any which way you want. Emptying the canister is the easiest thing ever. I should know, i had to empty the bitch 4 times after doing the main floor. Can use it on bare floors or carpet.
Figuring out the attachements took a bit to figure out, but then i was good. Very quiet and really does the job.

It has some special rating for folks that have bad allergies to pollen/dust/animals.. etc Won some award for really improving a house in reducing a major amount of dust/pollen/animal hair etc...

If you got the coin, id give it a try!

This thing is truely badass.

Just had to share.


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June 16, 2006, 02:15 PM

That thing rocks. It sucks dust and dog hair. Just don't drop any rice krispies, it won't pick up anything bigger than a grain of sand unless you use the hose. I get a vacuum woody everytime I use it. For $500 it should suck something else too.
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June 16, 2006, 02:18 PM

I didnt think of that!


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June 16, 2006, 02:22 PM

You should see a higher end Kirby. My parents had one when I was a kid due to allergies. Those things work even better. But I knew that 10-15 years ago they were like $1200.


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June 16, 2006, 02:29 PM

Yeah, saw the info about kirby's. Prices are still about the same. The dyson was about as far as i could go to get a good sucker!

This one seems to be good to go so far.


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Shit, one admin sells his bike to buy a couch, another starts buying 500$ vacuum cleaners. Alex, tell me you didn't sell your bike to buy this thing???


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Shit, one admin sells his bike to buy a couch, another starts buying 500$ vacuum cleaners. Alex, tell me you didn't sell your bike to buy this thing???
his woman sold it for him


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