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    • how does this compare to the V10? Would I be missing much?
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    • ryanaz wrote: how does this compare to the V10? Would I be missing much?
      don't buy v7, minimum buy v10.

      Dyson V7
      Suction: 100 AW
      Run Time: ~30 mins.
      Dustbin: 0.4 L
      Weight: 5.45 lbs.


      Dyson V10
      Suction: 140 AW
      Run Time: ~60 mins.
      Dustbin: 0.77 L
      Weight: 5.8 lbs.
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    • V10 and V11 have more battery life, but because of how the dustbin is oriented, handheld mode isn't as ideal.
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    • But how bad do they really suck ?

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      V10 in regular mode is actually weaker than V7 ...
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    • renegadeavenger wrote: don't buy v7, minimum buy v10
      What kind of uninformed advice is this? You have no idea what that person's circumstances are... how much they want to spend, flooring type, size of unit, etc. Nor have alternatives with similar specs been provided. There's a market for the V7. Would I use it for a whole dusty, grimey house with animals that she'd a ton? Probably not, the battery life is likely too limiting. A small condo unit without a ton of carpet? Absolutely the V7 is fine, especially with attachments. But saying not to buy something and posting specs for two tiers of vacuums to show the higher tiered one is obviously better is not a justification for discouraging people away from the V7. It's like saying "don't BMW 3 series, buy the BMW 7 series". Like... Ok?
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    • renegadeavenger wrote: don't buy v7, minimum buy v10.

      Dyson V7
      Suction: 100 AW
      Run Time: ~30 mins.
      Dustbin: 0.4 L
      Weight: 5.45 lbs.


      Dyson V10
      Suction: 140 AW
      Run Time: ~60 mins.
      Dustbin: 0.77 L
      Weight: 5.8 lbs.
      We went against this advice the last big sale and purchased the V7. We use the regular mode (non-max) of the V7 and the suction is plenty for vacuuming the kitchen. You need to assess what you need it for before saying don't buy V7.
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    • Wow some people, I was just sharing what I thought to be a good deal, especially for people who don't want to spend a lot of money on a vacuum but want a great deal! Even if you can afford to spend almost a grand or more, not everyone can, especially right now during a pandemic where a lot of folks are being laid off and living hand to mouth.
      The point of the post is, I thought it's a hot deal worth sharing with the RFD community, but it's up to the individual to decide whether it's worth it for themselves or not. @blindchase Thank you for being someone who has intelligence and common sense, I appreciate you! :D
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    • renegadeavenger wrote:
      don't buy v7, minimum buy v10.

      Dyson V7
      Suction: 100 AW
      Run Time: ~30 mins.
      Dustbin: 0.4 L
      Weight: 5.45 lbs.


      Dyson V10
      Suction: 140 AW
      Run Time: ~60 mins.
      Dustbin: 0.77 L
      Weight: 5.8 lbs.
      escape1975 wrote: But how bad do they really suck ?

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      V10 in regular mode is actually weaker than V7 ...
      You're both pulling machine specs without consideration of the practical use of the machines. Those specs that are posted are arbitrary and they are not even related to each other. I can assure you the V7 does not run for 30 minutes at max suction and the V10 isn't suddenly almost 50% powerful AND can run for double the time.

      In practice, you will be using the V7 on the normal "low" setting and on the V10, you will be using it on the normal "medium" setting. Dyson did this thing where they basically cut air watts to advertise higher run times compared to its predecessor, the V6. You'll have around 30 minutes of useful runtime on the V7 (at ~21 AW) and about 20 minutes of useful runtime on the V10 (at ~33AW).
      blindchase wrote: What kind of uninformed advice is this? You have no idea what that person's circumstances are... how much they want to spend, flooring type, size of unit, etc. Nor have alternatives with similar specs been provided. There's a market for the V7. Would I use it for a whole dusty, grimey house with animals that she'd a ton? Probably not, the battery life is likely too limiting. A small condo unit without a ton of carpet? Absolutely the V7 is fine, especially with attachments. But saying not to buy something and posting specs for two tiers of vacuums to show the higher tiered one is obviously better is not a justification for discouraging people away from the V7. It's like saying "don't BMW 3 series, buy the BMW 7 series". Like... Ok?
      Yeah, but it's not really like comparing the 3-series with a 7-series. The V10 is a significantly better machine and if you're not in a hurry to buy a new vacuum, you can use historical sale pricing to judge what you can eventually get a V10 for, which again, is a significantly better machine. The Motorhead models are base models with no bells and whistles so they're comparable (with both, you'll have to consider the fluffy brushhead for hard flooring). The V10 has been as low as $399, new. The refurbished model has gone on sale for less than $350. With these prices considered, it's much more difficult to justify the V7 at $299. Of course I'm not promising the V10s will ever drop to these prices ever again, but it's probable.
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    • Is a V7 efficient for a one-bed and den condo? Or would I really need the V10?
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    • darkspider wrote: Is a V7 efficient for a one-bed and den condo? Or would I really need the V10?
      30 minute run time is more than enough for the V7 to handle a 1+1.

      As I mentioned before, if you also plan to use this vacuum in handheld mode often (which I can see happening more often in a condo), the V7 and V8 form factor is lighter and less bulky for that purpose. Because the V10/11 canister is now mounted horizontally, it results in a less ideal weight distribution. Do an image search on google, and it should be fairly evident.
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    • another option is to check for the v7 refurb on the dyson eBay store. they're usually around low to mid 200's, it's a great value and does the job fine on wood floors.

      I find that with these sticks, I spot vacuum more frequently as opposed to doing one long vacuum session. so the battery life has not been an issue for me.
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    • darkspider wrote: Is a V7 efficient for a one-bed and den condo? Or would I really need the V10?
      LezOLee wrote: 30 minute run time is more than enough for the V7 to handle a 1+1.

      As I mentioned before, if you also plan to use this vacuum in handheld mode often (which I can see happening more often in a condo), the V7 and V8 form factor is lighter and less bulky for that purpose. Because the V10/11 canister is now mounted horizontally, it results in a less ideal weight distribution. Do an image search on google, and it should be fairly evident.
      30 minutes... is an incredibly long time. I think you'd be surprised how much coverage you can get done in 30 minutes. For comparison's sake, I used to run my V6 on max all the time. It would last about 5 minutes and I could get my 600sq ft. 1 + den done, just doing a quick sweep of the entire place. Don't do this by the way, running your Dyson on max all the time is a great way to prematurely kill your battery.

      FYI- the V10 Motorhead comes with a smaller dust bin so the weight distribution problem may be less.. of a problem. Compared to my V6, I do agree it is harder to hold, so I can only imagine what the longer V10 or V11 feels like.
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    • I own the V7 as part of my Dyson collection. It's a great vacuum.

      People sometimes over-estimate the benefit of extreme vacuum power, especially with hard floor surfaces and materials (chairs, sofas). I use my V7 on LOW a lot of the time so it doesn't blow as much exhaust air around. The HIGH setting causes the extreme air exhaust to blow nearby dust into the air. (Not applicable though if using any powered attachments).

      Most of my vacuuming with the V7 is done in 1-3 minute segments. Not because of any concerns over the battery, but by choice. This vacuum is NOT for people who vacuum their whole house at one time, once each week.
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    • RxMills wrote: I own the V7 as part of my Dyson collection. It's a great vacuum.

      People sometimes over-estimate the benefit of extreme vacuum power, especially with hard floor surfaces and materials (chairs, sofas). I use my V7 on LOW a lot of the time so it doesn't blow as much exhaust air around. The HIGH setting causes the extreme air exhaust to blow nearby dust into the air. (Not applicable though if using any powered attachments).
      The best vacuum is the one you'll actually use.
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    • I have had the V7 for a few years now. Recently replaced the battery to bring new life to it. Works great and had got it refurb from the Dyson eBay store. No regrets. I highly recommend it for both hard floors and carpets. This price seems to be pretty good. Thanks for sharing OP.
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    • I've got both v7 and v10. V7 used to do the whole 1200sqft house in one charge. Not anymore. V10 is only 1 month old, but I have never run out of battery running on full doing the whole house. More suction power also based on objects that did not get picked up using v7, where v10 does it easily.
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    • You're very welcome, and thank you all for the sharing your experiences so we can all make an informed decision whether to buy or not, including myself. Planning to buy one for myself and for my mother who lives in a small one bedroom condo with carpell tunnel and back issues, so a lightweight vacuum would be very ideal!

      For anyone who has replaced the battery, do you mind sharing what the cost of that is for the V7?
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    • Would I have to use the wall mount to charge or can I just leave it on the floor?
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    • We have a 1000 sq. ft. house we rented on Airbnb for 3 years, cleaned the whole thing maybe twice a week. The V7 we bought as a "refurb" from Ebay's Dyson page is fine, never ran out of power once, unless we used it on "high" for some reason. Battery still holding up, might not be quite 30 min anymore, not sure.

      The thing about the V7 as opposed to the more powerful ones, is that it's substantially lighter, and so easier to use. If it cleans adequately, which it does, and if you don't have a huge space, I don't see why you'd buy anything more powerful. If you have a big house and always wait til it's really dirty, then vacuum the entire thing at one go, then sure, you need a V10 or 11, or if you clean regularly, maybe a V8 even.

      This is Redflagdeals, not "red flag overpriced, overkill tech because I need the biggest and most expensive thing, regardless of my needs."

      Also, Shark cordless vacs are worth considering, Consumer reports has data that shows that they are more durable than the Dyson's.
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    • I gotta ask why people think these are such great vacuums, because I once lived with a roommate who had 2 of these things and I always found them horrible to use.

      Is the roller brush still unpowered? The one we had relied on being pushed to spin the brush which makes it hard to push around because it always has to go in a straight line. Like an old fashioned push lawnmower. It was also terrible at picking up bits and pieces off the floor like cheerios that were too large to fit into the roller. They would just get pushed around.
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