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lookingforahoover Tue 10-Oct-17 21:04:47

Posting for traffic, sorry. My grandmother is looking for a stick vacuum cleaner for upstairs. She doesn't want to spend a fortune on it as it's only a second cleaner but will be happy to spend a reasonable amount on something lightweight preferably with a decent battery life that doesn't take too long to charge.

Any recommendations? And thanks in advance!

NoKidsTwoCats Tue 10-Oct-17 21:19:41

It's not cheap but I've got a Dyson Fluffy and it's amazing. We have a decent sized town house and can do two floors on one charge. Loads of good attachments too.

Chocness Tue 10-Oct-17 21:29:52

Dyson v7. Just bought one, very lightweight, 20 mins use, cannot rate it highly enough. Cost c £268 from John Lewis.

happystory Tue 10-Oct-17 21:31:36

AIBU? Why post here?

HopeelessMum Tue 10-Oct-17 21:32:37


Wide0penSpace Tue 10-Oct-17 22:28:21

For the traffic happystory as OP has said.

I recently got a Dyson DC59 and honestly it's amazing. It's cheaper than the V6 and V7 however it shares the same motor. It's so easy to use, I wouldn't be without it now.

mermaidsandunicorns Tue 10-Oct-17 23:03:16

I love the v6 best investment I've made

haveacupoftea Wed 11-Oct-17 07:41:37

Thanks very much everyone. Looks like Dyson is the way to go then

MsJolly Wed 11-Oct-17 07:43:34

I have a Gtech k9 and it is amazing! Up to 40mins on one charge so that's a lot of cleaning!

OtterlyNutty Wed 11-Oct-17 07:46:24

Recently got the Dyson V6 Absolute. I wasn't sure because I want keen on the Dyson upright we used to have, but OH had read lots of reviews and decided this was the best one.
Have to say I'm really impressed with it.

Argos have the Fluffy for £200 on offer.

OtterlyNutty Wed 11-Oct-17 07:47:29


Maddiemademe Wed 11-Oct-17 07:49:10

Definitely Dyson V6 Absolute. It's fantastic, lightweight and surprisingly powerful. I use it everyday all over the house and then a few times a month I use my very very heavy panasonic.

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