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Vacuum Cleaners Buying Guide
Our buying guide will explain which type of vacuum cleaner would suit you most, how much you can expect to pay for one, and which features are worth looking out for.
Not a Dyson
After my Dyson died I bought this at a recommendation of a friend. I completely regret my purchase. I'm not sure if there is something wrong with my model specifically. However; the battery sucks (12-15 mins on a 4 hour charge) and it makes it pretty much unusable if you want to vacuum your house. Might be great if you have a very small place though. Kogan would not do a return.
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Kogan T7 Cordless Like a Dyson for a fraction of the cost.
I purchased this Vacuum cleaner direct from Kogan mainly due to its price / performance ratio.
My friend also had one and always raved about it.
Down to business,
This Vacuum works and operates exactly like the high end dyson models, the only difference I would say is its battery time, its slightly less and the weight (Tiny bit heavier)
I'm writing this review based off my experience within my own home, I have carpet and laminate throughout (2 storys) I'm able to clean the entire house off 1 charge and still have some left over.
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