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asked by Kwok Chan on March 6, 2011
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My purple Dyson is going strong after 8 years. However, I'm going for a "ball" model - it's so much lighter and easier to manuver.
D. Ashbrook answered on August 3, 2011
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Our yellow Dyson lasted more than 10 years and is still very efficient.
Just Fun answered on November 12, 2011
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I don't understand folks that think 6 or 7 years is a long life on a vaccuum. People have kirby's and rainbows and electroluxes for generations ... literally. I currently use my grandmothers electrolux canister that is 50 years old. I've had hoovers that were 100 dollars last 12 years...so for a 500 dollar vaccuum 6 years is not a good life span
Tilla R. Ham answered on November 27, 2012
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My original yellow dyson lasted 7 years, went in the garbage today. I'm buying another one, this time the ball one.
Debra I. Mcclain answered on April 20, 2011
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Our original red dyson lasted 6 years before the roller stopped spinning.
Simple Simon answered on July 10, 2011
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I"ve had my Dyson Animal for about 8 years now, it's definitely falling apart, but it still works. I'm looking for a new one now.
C. Altizer answered on December 30, 2011
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R. Reed answered on December 4, 2011
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Sorry to be the wet blanket here, but I have had two Dysons, one lasted about a year, the other only about a month with admittedly heavy use - lots of pet hair. The brushes stopped spinning on both. The second was obviously a lemon and I could have gone through the whole warranty process, but I am so disgusted with Dyson, I don't even want to deal with them. When they work, they are great, but for the money, they have a very high failure rate.
MouseLady answered on November 27, 2012
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Our Dyson DC-18 (slim, non-ball version) died today after 7+ years. We had an issue with it automatically moving from the main suction to the wand suction for the past year but were able to manually switch it over when needing to use attachments. Definitely expensive and won't last a lifetime, but worth it for the cleaning power and functionality. You give up some durability for all the plastic, but gain a lot in weight, etc.
El Duderino answered on March 30, 2012
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I've had my Dyson for 11 years, and I'm only now having to replace it because the hinge on the cannister broke, otherwise the machine is still going strong.
Stephanie P answered on November 27, 2012
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