Shopping

Black Friday Dyson deals – bust the dust this Thanksgiving with some great discounts

Get your house in order this holiday season with the biggest discounts direct from Dyson

Dyson deals
(Image credit: Dyson)

If your vacuum has seen better days or you want to treat yourself to an extra cleaner this Thanksgiving, we've just been informed of Dyson's best and – according to the brand – only deals available over the holiday season.

Dyson’s V8 Black Friday discount starts now, and runs until around the 11th Nov. Meanwhile, the V7 Absolute will be majorly discounted from now until the 15th. 

Also read: Best cordless vacuum cleaners 2020 – the top cable-free stick cleaners

Dyson V8 Absolute Cord-Free Vacuum | Was $449, Now $299

The Dyson V8 has a soft roller cleaner head for hard floors and a motorized cleaner head to remove dirt from carpets. If you are looking for the perfect vacuum to clean up your Thanksgiving dinner, you've just found it. It also has a 40-minute runtime so it shouldn't let you down mid clean.

View all deals on the Dyson websiteView Deal

V7 Absolute Cord-Free Vacuum | Was $249.99, Now $349.99

This more affordable option also has a motorised head and quickly transforms to a handheld for spot cleaning and to reach difficult places including around furniture, in kitchens and bedrooms and in the car. The 30-minute run time should be more than enough for little cleaning jobs around the home.

View all deals on the Dyson websiteView Deal

More places to shop for Dyson deals 

While the Dyson website is a great place to spot the latest Dyson deals, there are some other options available to you.

These alternative retailers often discount Dyson vacuums and other products. You might also benefit from extended returns policies, optional finance and extra cover should anything go wrong. 

A brief history of Dyson

Dyson was founded in 1978 by James Dyson – a British engineer who also has a background in furniture design. His is a homegrown company with humble beginnings.

It all started when James was renovating his home, and had issues when the wheelbarrow he was using developed punctures and kept sinking into the dirt. This prompted him to come up with prototype alternatives, culminating, some six years later, in the Ballbarrow.

In the meantime, Dyson had started working on other products. Disappointed with the performance of a vacuum cleaner, he took it apart and discovered that the cause of its breakdowns and inefficiency was a layer of dust in the bag that clogged the mesh, preventing the appliance from working properly. 

James then visited sawmills and looked at how they removed sawdust from the air using huge cyclones. He scaled down this approach, and invented the first bagless vacuum cleaner. 

His products first took off in Japan, where his patents were licensed for the G-force – a vacuum cleaner that could turn into a table to save on space. The profits from this venture enabled Dyson to set up a research centre in the UK, where he would launch his 'say goodbye to the bag’ slogan and things would really take off. 

The Dyson Dual Cyclone became the fastest selling vacuum cleaner in the UK, and would set James's company on the path to becoming a market leader worldwide.