*HOT HOT HOT* Dyson V7 Animal Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner, Iron, BEST Price!
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It seems like everyone has one these days! Amazon.com is offering up a deal on Dyson V7 Animal Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner, Iron for $393.00 shipped! If you have been thinking about getting one, NOW is the time as it’s the lowest price it has been and these rarely go on sale.
The Dyson V7 animal cord-free vacuum has 75Percent more brush bar power than the Dyson V6 cord-free vacuum. Engineered for all floor types, the direct-drive cleaner head drives bristles into the carpet to remove ground-in dirt. The Dyson V7 animal cord-free vacuum quickly transforms to a handheld for quick clean UPS, spot cleaning and cleaning difficult places.
Here’s what one reviewer said:
“Awesome vacuum. Sweet spot for me price wise. It has double the power of the V6 but much cheaper than the V8. All around this seems to be the best priced model value wise. I was skeptical and researched quite awhile before deciding. This thing is soooo convenient. My apartment is much cleaner now just because I can just grab this thing and fly over my floors rather than hauling out the vacuum cleaner and having to plug it in three different places because the cord doesn’t reach. The swivel is just genius.
The suction is really good. One thing to know that on max suction the battery only lasts 6 minutes. This wasn’t obvious to me when researching. Otherwise, it lasts 20m on normal mode or 30m for handheld at regular suction.The handheld attachments are nice and way easier than using a dusting cloth. It has been a game changer for me.
Some minor complaints is that it feels weird pushing this on my carpet. My carpet is low profile and suited for it, but it doesn’t roll smooth like on wood floors. Maybe this to be expected, but much different than a regular vacuum. Not a biggie though. On the wood floors, it’s a champ. Another minor complaint is that it doesn’t tend to get bigger particles. I think because it sets so low, it tends to push them. This can be worked around by lifting it and sitting it on the particle. It’s not as strong as a plugged in Dyson, but for me it’s perfect and worth the trade off. Max suction is pretty decent though and I can drag my bar stools via the suction.”Details. This post may contain affiliate links which support this site. Read our disclosure policy here.