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Dyson V6 - Absolute, Animal or Fluffy

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Mawsymoo Fri 13-Jan-17 22:27:26

I'm finally getting a Dyson cordless. It's just for quick jobs so I've decided it's not worth going for the v8 as this seems to just offer a longer battery life. However I can't decide between the 3 v6 models. It's main purpose will be to remove crumbs from a wooden floor (young kids). We don't have any pets so no hair issues (except for what I shed grin). Any advice?

previously1474907171 Sat 14-Jan-17 00:14:26

No idea about the cordless but we have a Dyson animal and it sucks up everything, including rugs and toys. Not sure if that is any help though, sorry.

dotdotdotmustdash Sat 14-Jan-17 00:23:08

We bought the V6 Animal about 3 weeks ago we're very impressed, in fact my Mum has been out got the same one (she had £30 of Tesco points so hers only cost £170, ours was £200 from Currys). We have 2 dogs and she has no pets. It doesn't have a large capacity in the tank, but it certainly has decent suction. It lasts about 12-15mins, but it's enough to do a few rooms if you're quick with it. We were lazy about plugging in and using our big Dyson, but we're much better at grabbing this one and having a quick tidy up.

EatSleepWorkRepeat Sat 14-Jan-17 11:17:21

We got the v6 animal because it was on offer, it's great. Really easy to just vac up the kids crumbs after a meal, takes seconds. It doesn't hold much and the battery is fairly terrible so wouldn't replace the corded vac with it, but fab for frequent easy cleaning

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