bissell bagless vacuum

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  1. Jared

    Jared Administrator Staff Member

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    quite used, works fine, but we have a dyson and this is taking up space
     
  2. 04SSHD

    04SSHD Master Debater Staff Member

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    How do you like the Dyson? I was wondering how they stacked up to the Kirby I have.
     
  3. Jared

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    honestly, I don't think they warrant the price, is it better than the bissell, yes, but not worth a couple $100 dollar bills more. I haven't used a kirby in a while, and while they work great, fuck their bulky weight and price too. I'm the person that would rather own 10 vacuums at $100 than one at $1k. The dyson is convenient, and light, and durable as shit.

    IMO, a vacuum is a vacuum, as much as we have to do it, it really doesn't matter. I can say one way the Dyson is far superior, is in the fact that it doesn't stink like the bissell when we use it. The Bissell has an air filter you have to change periodically, and Dyson you can wash it and reuse. But the Bissell has like 7 years of use, in 7 years of the Dyson still hasn't got that normal old vacuum smell it emits, I will retract my statement about it not being worth the extra price
     
  4. Jared

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    honestly, I don't think they warrant the price, is it better than the bissell, yes, but not worth a couple $100 dollar bills more. I haven't used a kirby in a while, and while they work great, fuck their bulky weight and price too. I'm the person that would rather own 10 vacuums at $100 than one at $1k. The dyson is convenient, and light, and durable as shit.

    IMO, a vacuum is a vacuum, as much as we have to do it, it really doesn't matter. I can say one way the Dyson is far superior, is in the fact that it doesn't stink like the bissell when we use it. The Bissell has an air filter you have to change periodically, and Dyson you can wash it and reuse. But the Bissell has like 7 years of use, in 7 years of the Dyson still hasn't got that normal old vacuum smell it emits, I will retract my statement about it not being worth the extra price
     
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    That shark rotator be titties bro
     
  6. Oilfield12

    Oilfield12 New Member

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    I love my dyson over any vacuum I ever owned.


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  7. Jared

    Jared Administrator Staff Member

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    Vacuum gone
     
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