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Cord-free. Hassle-free – No cord to unravel, plug in, drag around and restrict your reach. You can quickly and easily clean when you need to.
Soft roller cleaner head – Invented for hard floors. The soft roller cleaner head removes large debris and fine dust simultaneously. Direct-drive cleaner head – The Direct-drive cleaner head drives bristles deeper into the carpet to remove even more dirt. It has 75% more brush bar power than the Dyson V6 Cord-free vacuum
Whole machine HEPA filtration – Certified asthma & allergy friendly. Dyson V6 Absolute uses patented 2 Tier Radial cyclones, a post motor filter and a sealed system to ensure that the air that leaves machine is cleaner than the air you breathe. Powered by the Dyson digital motor V6 – The Dyson digital motor V6 creates the most powerful cordless vacuum
2 Tier Radial cyclones – 15 cyclones, arranged across two tiers, work in parallel to increase airflow and capture more fine dust. Up to 20 minutes of powerful fade-free suction – Trigger releases instantly. Battery power is only used for cleaning. Up to 20 minutes of run time. Max power mode – Push button to select power. Provides 6 minutes of higher suction for more difficult tasks.
Converts for handheld cleaning – All Dyson cordless vacuums quickly convert to a handheld for quick clean ups, spot cleaning and cleaning difficult places. Hygienic bin emptying – Just push the button to release the dirt. Convenient docking station – Stores and charges the machine, and holds additional attachments. So it’s always ready to go.
This Certified Refurbished product has been tested and certified to work and look like new, with minimal to no signs of wear, by a specialized third-party seller approved by Amazon. The product is backed by a 6-month Dyson warranty, and may arrive in a generic brown or white box.
Dyson V6 Absolute Cord-Free Vacuum, Fuchsia (Certified Refurbished)
|Package Dimensions||29.4 x 10.7 x 6.1 inches|
|Item Weight||10.6 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||10.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Item model number||210759-91|
128 customer reviews
3.7 out of 5 stars
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BUT, although I love Dyson and I’ve never found a vacuum that compares in suction or ease of use, I HATE to spend the kind of money they want for them! They just aren’t well enough built to warrant that kind of price. This vacuum was the worst of all. I knew I would like it, I knew I would use it all the time, but even after purchasing a refurbished one, I still cringe at the price, mainly because I would never consider this a one vacuum solution. (The refurbished version was a great buy for me, it looks and works great!)
This vacuum doesn’t have a power brush. That means the brush is moved by the air alone and is not belt driven. This seems to work great on hard floors, and I love the hard floor head attachment, it really does pull up more than you would ever dream. It also seems to work OK on my old, low-pile carpet, although I would never use just this vacuum on my carpet. My thicker pile carpet stops the roller dead in its tracks. (To be fair, I’m talking about the shag rugs from Costco here, so it is truly a thick pile carpet.) So I own a full-sized Dyson for the carpet.
The biggest beef I have with the design of this vacuum is that I have never emptied it without having to stick my hand up into the canister and pull out the dirt that is gathered around the air filter. The canister is just too small and everything gets stuck. It’s also small enough that it has to be emptied every time I vacuum, meaning that If I want to use this vacuum at all, I need to be prepared to get dirty. Yuck! The bottom-dropping, easy-empty canisters are one of the Dyson’s greatest strengths over other vacuums, so the fact that this one doesn’t work is a big drawback.
The bottom line is that I would never buy this as a replacement for a larger Dyson with a power head, continual power, and a larger canister, it only works as a supplemental vacuum and it is way overpriced as such.
June 22, 2017
I had originally bought a mighty mite canister for the stairs and linoleum floors, and while it’s been a great little vac, it had a lot of limitations that this one doesn’t. Namely, it didn’t work well on carpet and you had to unwind a long cord from the bottom of the unit, which made quick cleanups a hassle…so they never got done. Which meant that my floors in my kitchen were gross and there was so much dirt on my stairs/landing. One of my biggest peeves is stepping on crunchy sand bits on the floor, so you can imagine the conundrum. The mighty mite also took up a crazy amount of closet space for such a little thing.
I watched the V8 for months, but not only could I not justify $600 for a stick vac, I didn’t have it even if I could. So after saving up for a few months, I went this route, and am glad I did! Now I don’t even have to drag my big upright vac up the stairs to do the carpets any more, my kitchen floor gets cleaned at least once a day (sometimes 3x!), our allergies haven’t been bothering us as bad this year (though that may be completely unrelated), and I can’t say for sure, but I wonder if I ended up with one of the batteries from the V8 because it lasts FOREVER. More than long enough for cleaning the upstairs hard floors+stairs+door mats on the landing+the berber carpet we have upstairs. I don’t know that it would do a great job on the plush carpet I have downstairs, but since that’s where I store the big vacuum anyway, I just keep this one upstairs.
Now, lest you think everything is sunshine and roses, here’s a dose of reality. It’s a great vac, but it does have a couple of cons that I feel need to be shared.
The canister is small, and if anyone in your family has hair, especially long hair, you’re gonna have to completely take the canister off to pull it off. It’s not too hard, but it’s gross. I have to do it nearly every time I dump it, and I always take it to the dumpster outside to dump it–why would I do it in my house and release the dirt back into the air?
And since the canister is small, you may have to dump it a couple of times if you vacuum a large room. And I don’t know that I trust it to get everything out of my carpet upstairs, so I still have to lug my upright up the stairs every couple of weeks or so (I try to time it for when I do my husband/sons’ haircuts, because the V6 won’t hold that much hair anyway). Beats the heck out of multiple times a week, but don’t think you’re going to toss out your upright.
December 16, 2016
The Bin looks second-handed and been used for some time. It has excessive amount scratch that make the bin unclear…
There are scratch on the HEPA filter back and the bottom of the battery too….
I have the corded Dyson vacuums, and opted for this version because of ease and convenience. I should have just flushed my money down the drain.
July 9, 2017