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Deal of the week: Dyson DC33 vacuum, £86 off

Dyson DC33 Multi Floor vacuum cleaner deal

Dyson DC33 Multi Floor vacuum cleaner

Deal of  the week: Dyson DC33 Multi Floor vacuum cleaner

Which? has been on the hunt this week for decent deals on Dyson vacs – and found this DC33 Multi Floor vacuum cleaner for £86 less than elsewhere.

Inspired by a Dyson trade-in promotion currently on in Comet, this week’s deal is on a Dyson vac – but on shopping around we found the DC33 Multi Floor for even less than Comet’s offer, and £86 cheaper than at Best Buy, Currys and Dyson direct.

Head to Electrical123.com, where the Dyson DC33 is down to £173.99, which includes free delivery to UK mainland addresses.

Before you buy: watch our for top tips.

Dyson DC33 Multi Floor vacuum cleaner

The DC33 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. 

You can read our independent verdict on the DC33 in our vacuum cleaners review, along with 18 other Dyson upright and cylinder models.

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

Spotted it for less elsewhere? Found a great bargain on a vacuum cleaner? Let us know – email bargains@which.co.uk with the details and we’ll update this page.

All prices correct as of 1pm, 22 February 2011.

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