Argos is currently offering a £75 gift voucher when you buy a Dyson DC24 vacuum cleaner. But is it the best Dyson deal available? We take a closer look in this week’s Deal of the week.
The Dyson DC24 Ball Multi Floor upright vacuum cleaner is described by Dyson as an ‘ultra-lightweight and compact Dyson Ball vacuum cleaner that rides on a ball for greater manoeuvrability’.
You can read our independent verdict on the in our , along with 18 other Dyson upright and cylinder models.
So is it worth taking Argos up on its offer – or should you shop elsewhere?
Dyson vacs pricier in Argos
Until 17 August, you’ll receive a £75 Argos voucher with any instore purchase of a £299.99 DC24 vacuum cleaner (or DC25 models), valid to use during another Argos shop until the end of August.
But we suggest you head instead to either Amazon or Dixons to find the vac available for just £194, including delivery. That would leave you with an extra £106 in your pocket to spend whenever and however you like.
Dyson DC24 Multi Floor vacuum cleaner
The DC24 Multi Floor is an upright model designed to deal with vacuuming multiple floor types including carpets, laminate and wood flooring.
Dyson’s famous cyclone technology means there are no bags to replace, and the Hepa filter traps allergens and dust particles inside the machine.
We’ve lab tested the , along with the compact and the .
Which? puts vacuum cleaners through their paces using a number of lab-controlled tests, including grinding super-fine sand from Arizona into carpet, then measuring how effectively each vacuum cleaner picks it up.
Deal of the week
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All prices correct as of 2pm, 9 August 2011.
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