Dyson v gtech

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Morticia1162
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Dyson v gtech

Post by Morticia1162 » 14 Sep 2017, 12:34

Well I have taken delivery of my new gtech air ram mk11 with handheld and it's absolutely fantastic, it is much better than my dyson and having no cord to deal with is brilliant.
It deals with two labs shedding amzazingly well, I'm very impressed. Xx
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Re: Dyson v gtech

Post by coco-bean » 14 Sep 2017, 19:31

I have the pet friendly "plug in" dyson, then purchased the cordless pet friendly dyson and have to say the cordless one I love it, so easy the only thing I don't like is emptying it :2008: wish it emptied like the g-tec
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Re: Dyson v gtech

Post by jackie » 15 Sep 2017, 19:56

Looks a good option. In the past I always had Dyson's but the last one I had just didn't cut it. I also tried out the Dyson cordless pet version quite recently and that really was disappointing. At the moment I am using a Miele cat and dog version vacuum which have to say is very impressive.

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