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Dyson and Cyber Monday go together like peanut butter and jelly — there's simply no better time to score a sale on the beloved brand. The deals right now are just as good as they were on Black Friday — we’re talking up to $200 off at Dyson proper, plus other retailers like Walmart, Target, Wayfair and QVC. Many companies have an overstock of “home goods, gardening and furniture that they may have not gotten rid of during Labor Day weekend sales,” says Kristen Gall, Retail and Shopping Expert for Rakuten. Which comes in handy, in a year marked by massive inflation. Check out all the Dyson vacuums and air purifiers on sale for Cyber Monday below. But strike fast — these discounted models won’t last.
Weighing less than seven pounds, this lightweight stick vacuum is super easy to maneuver. It has a runtime of up to 60 minutes, so you have plenty of time to clean the entire house before you need to recharge the battery. It has a built-in laser that detects particles so small you normally can’t see them, and a piezo sensor that automatically increases suction power when needed.
This popular model boasts the brand’s latest hair de-tangling technology, making it a great option for pet owners. It’s been ergonomically designed to be comfortable in your hand and it can easily reach into tight spaces. Even better, it can transform into a handheld device, so you can use it to clean furniture, stairs, cars and more.
Thousands of shoppers love this top-rated model because of its excellent suction capabilities and fully sealed filtration system that can trap 99.99% of microscopic particles that are as small as .3 microns. “My V8 is powerful, lightweight and precise. Super satisfied,” raved one shopper.
Along with up to 60 minutes of suction time, this cordless stick vacuum features three power modes and can seamlessly transition from cleaning carpets to hard floorings. What’s more, the appliance’s filtration system captures pet allergens and fine dust, leaving you with cleaner air. It even comes with a two-year warranty.
Specifically engineered for homes with pets, this upright model not only cleans floors but it also has a grooming tool that removes loose hairs, dead skin, and allergens directly from your pet. The corded vacuum has a 50-foot reach and is super easy to maneuver across all types of floorings.
This popular vacuum features a self-adjusting cleaner head, rotating brushes and a powerful suction that work together to remove dirt, dust, and grime from your floors. Along with a HEPA filtration system, it also has hygienic bin emptying, that releases dirt with just the push of a button so you never have to get your hands dirty.
This 360-dress tower fan doubles as an air purifier that removes 99.97% of allergens and pollutants as small as 0.3 microns from your home including pollen, bacteria and pet dander. The oscillating fan works with a remote control and it comes with a vacuum-sealed glass HEPA filter that needs to be replaced only once a year.
This innovative air purifier not only captures 99.97% of particles but it even destroys formaldehyde in your home. It has an activated carbon filter that removes gases and odors and it can be controlled with the remote, on the app or by your voice.
This multitasking gadget works as a fan, an air purifier and a humidifier. The 3-in-1 device weighs less than 20 pounds, so it’s easy to move from room to room. And oh yeah: It comes with a two-year warranty.
This air purifier/fan combo oscillates up to 350 degrees while capturing and trapping 99.97% of pollutants. It’s 20% quieter than other models and it has two phases of purification to guarantee whatever goes inside, stays inside.
IT’S been a good week for ageing white blokes on radio. You might argue, of course, that every week is a good one for ageing white blokes on radio and I couldn’t really disagree. But with actor Bill Nighy sitting in for Guy Garvey on 6 Music last Sunday and French maitre d’ and TV celeb Fred Sirieix the subject of Radio 4’s The Food Programme (Sunday and Monday) you might at least feel that these were, as ageing white blokes go, upmarket examples (compared, at least, to one ageing white
Sir Keir Starmer has effectively ruled out Jeremy Corbyn standing as a Labour MP again.The Labour leader said “he doesn't see the circumstances" in which his predecessor will defend his seat in Islington North for the party at the next election.He told BBC Radio 4: “I don't see the circumstances in which that can happen.“We have not got to the selection of that particular constituency yet, but I don't see the circumstances in which Jeremy Corbyn will stand as a Labour candidate."Asked about whether Mr Corbyn would stand as an independent candidate against Labour, Sir Keir replied: "I can only speak for the Labour party.
A personalised registration number won’t make a jot of difference to the speed of your vehicle, but one in 12 Britons has splashed out on them. Now, the newest car fad not only bolsters your status but, with a dash of humour, it also proves you’re not a stick-in-the-mud.
Conservative Party Chair and former chancellor Nadhim Zahawi says the government will not agree to inflation-busting pay rises, because it will embed inflation and harm household incomes for far longer. Mr Zahawi called on people to come together against Putin's use of energy as a weapon which he says is driving inflation. .
Businesses reopened and testing requirements were relaxed in Beijing and other Chinese cities on Monday as the country tentatively eases out of a strict zero-Covid policy that sparked nationwide protests.
Tyson Fury laid down the challenge to Oleksandr Usyk as the two heavyweight champions went head-to-head in an intense face-off. Unified WBA ‘Super’, IBF, WBO and IBO title-holder Usyk was at ringside at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday night to watch Fury retain his WBC belt in emphatic fashion in front of 60,000 fans with an utterly dominant 10th-round stoppage of Derek Chisora, also supporting fellow Ukrainian Denys Berinchyk, who won the European lightweight gold after beating Yvan Mendy. Fury called out Usyk after his fourth successive stoppage win and rained down the expletive-ridden insults, provoking his rival to jump up onto the ring apron for a fierce staredown.