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    #191
    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post
    Meron nabibili replacement battery from Dyson (expensive, obviously) pero meron din cheaper replacements around 2-3k from Lazada.

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    not bad ....

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    #192
    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post
    Sold the DC35 for 9k because many resellers are selling the V6 for 10-13k and the DC35 is a few generations older. Weird naman kung mas mahal ko pa ibenta DC35 ko.

    So para lang akong nagbayad ng 1k to upgrade my DC35 to a V6.

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    Vacuum cleaners : bang for the buck brands?

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    #193
    Update on the Dyson V6 - it's a worthy upgrade over the DC35 for 3 key reasons: 1) longer battery life, 2) stronger max mode, and 3) better cleaning heads.

    The main cleaning head of the V6 is wider and has a stronger motor vs the DC35. No difference for hardwood floors or tiles, but it makes carpet cleaning easier.

    The V6 also comes with a second motorized tool, which I use for cleaning my mattress and couch. The motorized brush allows for better cleaning than the ordinary brush tool.



    Have not really needed the longer battery life or stronger max mode, but good to know that it's there when I need it. Only drawback is that the V6 actually feels flimsier than the DC35 and aesthetically the DC35 looks better. Overall, very happy with the upgrading considering what I paid for it.



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    Last edited by jut703; September 26th, 2020 at 04:22 PM.

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    #194
    Have had a Dyson V11 animal for less than a year and trigger has already stopped working.

    Machine is still another warranty but it’s taking about a dozen emails so far to get it replaced. They were supposed to replace the body, but last email said they were out of stock so now they will “ do an exchange”. Didn’t bother asking what they plan to exchange the broken machine with, we’ll see what they send.

    In the meantime I’m getting a Miele Triflex HX1.


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    #195


    got it for P1900 only

    takes standard ryobi 18v batteries

    brushless motor spins really fast so there's that super high pitched sound, i like it

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    #196
    Quote Originally Posted by Vodka View Post


    got it for P1900 only

    takes standard ryobi 18v batteries

    brushless motor spins really fast so there's that super high pitched sound, i like it
    bro mas ok ba longevitywise yun brushless?

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    #197
    Quote Originally Posted by ninjababez View Post
    bro mas ok ba longevitywise yun brushless?

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    Halos lahat naman ng cordless is brushless. Whether Xiaomi or Dyson, brushless motor yan which is a necessity if you need it to spin at 100,000 rpm.

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    #198
    Quote Originally Posted by Vodka View Post


    got it for P1900 only

    takes standard ryobi 18v batteries

    brushless motor spins really fast so there's that super high pitched sound, i like it
    wow nice.. where did you buy sir?

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    #199
    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post
    Halos lahat naman ng cordless is brushless. Whether Xiaomi or Dyson, brushless motor yan which is a necessity if you need it to spin at 100,000 rpm.

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    wow didnt know that bro Vacuum cleaners : bang for the buck brands?

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    #200
    Quote Originally Posted by ninjababez View Post
    bro mas ok ba longevitywise yun brushless?

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    well brushed motors have performance limits. if you hotrod them the brushes will arc too much and erode the commutator

    but for low/med power brushed motors actually last longer brushless motors need a lot electronics (failure points) to drive them

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