(Original post by Quantex)
Don't have one. The maid brings her own Hetty.
As good as Dysons are, I've heard too many stories about them not lasting long. By comparison, my Grandmother's vacuum is over 50 years old and still going strong (although the noise it makes sounds like the doors of hell are opening).
The old Dysons between 1993 and 2004 were problematic, the modern new Dysons are fantastic, very powerful and also very durable
You get a 5 year guarantee which covers you and if you buy let's say a £300 Dyson, that's £60 a year that's not a lot for a vacuum, I think they are the best lol
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