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Dyson V8 Animal Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner, Iron
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  • $360.99 - December 12, 2023
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Since: October 27, 2023
  • Highest Price: $362.19 - October 27, 2023
  • Lowest Price: $360.99 - December 12, 2023


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Current Price $360.99 December 12, 2023
Highest Price $362.19 October 27, 2023
Lowest Price $360.99 December 12, 2023
Since October 27, 2023

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$360.99 December 12, 2023
$362.19 October 27, 2023

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Specification: Dyson V8 Animal Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner, Iron

Product Dimensions

8.2 x 9.8 x 49 inches

Item Weight

5.64 pounds



Item model number



1 Lithium Metal batteries required.

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Specific instructions for use

Floor, Ceiling, Carpet, Car and Stair

Form Factor


Assembly required


Warranty Description

2 year limited warranty.

Batteries required


Included Components

Docking station, Combination tool, crevice tool, mini motorized tool, soft dusting brush

Reviews (10)

10 reviews for Dyson V8 Animal Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner, Iron

4.7 out of 5
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  1. Ardragoon

    Wir haben 2 Katzen, einen Hund und 2 Kleinkinder.
    Er saugt Problemlos das Katzenstreu auf. Die Tierhaare machen ihm auch kein Problem.
    Die extrem langen Haare meiner Frau schluckt er auch Problemlos, ohne das sie sich
    in der Bürste verfangen.

    Der Akku hält für unsere 90m² Problemlos, nur das Laden dauert ewig. Da ich gerne
    2 mal am Tag sauge eher ein Minuspunkt, aber der Akku hält, noch, trotzdem eine zweite Runde durch.

    Er ist sehr gelenkig und leicht zu reinigen.

    Er ist sehr schwer und drückt mir auf den Gelenkknochen am Daumen. Klar wird man dies gewohnt mit der Zeit, das liegt aber nur daran das man den Sauger immer gleich angreifen muss.
    Warum? Weil der Sauger-Start Knopf nicht einrastet. Er muss immer mit dem Finger gedrückt werden….
    Und das in der heutigen Zeit ^.-

    Die erste Saugstufe ist laut. Aber Stufe 2? oO Na holla. Da startet ein Jet….

    Der Bürstenkopf ist so groß das er nicht mal 5 mm unter der Couch Sauber machen kann…
    Man sieht den Dreck aber er geht ned weg.

    Die Couch mit dem mitgeliefertem Zubehör zu saugen ist ein Qual. Will man zwischen den Polstern saugen
    entsteht zu wenig Saugleistung. Somit schaltet sich das Gerät ab.

    Die Kabelführung der Wandhalterung ist ok. Aber nicht verständlich. Warum muss ich 20 mal eine Biegung machen um dann erst nur nach unten das Kabel abzuführen?
    Ich bräuchte das Kabel nach Links raus. Nicht nach unten.

    Alles in allem ist er in Ordnung. Aber das Geld nicht wert. Mal sehen ob er 2 Jahre übersteht.

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  2. john schilstra

    Best ultility vacuum hands down , perfect for cleaning your car , house , or whatever !

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  3. Marjorie Chaparro

    It has great suction, but doesn’t hold a charge very long. I miss my old offbrand vacuum for the kitchen. I hardly ever had to charge it and it had a light that was really handy. This one doesn’t have a light down at the floor. I wish I would’ve just bought a cheaper version. Not worth the hype and the money.

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  4. Rhonda

    Love the Dyson. I couldn’t wait to get. It picks up so good & is truelu

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  5. Michelle

    This Dyson has truly impressed us — there are many pros and very, very few cons. We have rescued herding dogs for nearly 20 years and have been through a number of battery-operated vacuums for quick cleaning. Our house floors can look like those in the barn pretty quickly if we don’t stay on top of it. We stopped purchasing battery/hand vacuums for many years because of such poor experience with their suction and longevity so we’ve been using a broom instead, but it misses smaller dust particles and strands of fur will take flight. But, WOW, the Animal is also excellent for getting under low furniture profiles. The pivot ball on the big vac head turns 90-deg, allowing you to run along the back wall under a dresser or similar, where fur likes to find a resting spot. Overall, my house is and feels so much cleaner because this was, hands-down, one of our best Amazon purchases of the year.

    The V8 Animal shines in its engineering of balancing weight, “bag” capacity, suction, duration, ease of use. It easily picks up long fur, sand, little rocks, small torn toy pieces, firewood bits, etc. We have hardwood floors but have used it on waterhog door mats with decent success on “Max Suction.” Some fir needles remain in the grooves/valleys — our “wired” main vac gets most stubborn ones but not all.

    1) SIZE & WEIGHT: Well-balanced all around. It only started to feel a little heavy after vacuuming cushions on the sofas, which was more about handling/turning large cushions with one hand and the vac with the other.

    2) DURABILITY: As some reviews mentioned, the plastic seems a little thin but thicker would only add to the weight and certainly overall size. I was worried, at first, given how much it cost, but the plastic appears to be plenty strong and thick on the vacuum itself and the brush heads. We take a little care when inserting and removing it from the wall charger just because of connections and moving parts, but it’s not delicate by any means. The wall unit is perhaps where thicker plastic would have been good. I wouldn’t change the design of the hand vac and accessories at all.

    3) DIRT CYLINDER: The capacity of the cylinder is plenty. It may look small, but everything gets whirled tightly. Also, it was so easy to hold the unit over the trash bin and let the dirt fall out of the cylinder from below. I didn’t notice that the dirt capacity as being a problem. This part of the hand unit is so well designed that emptying it is a cinch. We are a tad careful when closing the bottom flap. Again, we are cognizant of moving parts and small joints/connections. (I’m pretty heavy-handed with stuff overall.)

    4) SUCTION & RUN TIME: The lighter suction option allows the unit to run longer. As I said, I used the max suction for the doormats, but it is not necessary for the hardwood floors. The suction may seem light only because the unit runs quietly. I have experienced the suction power as plenty sufficient and the max power to be most excellent. I want to say that the battery lasts longer than I expected but haven’t timed it (without releasing the trigger for the whole time). The duration has been just fine. I run it until the battery is dead, and then charge it up again. I’m ready to move on to something else anyway. This vac is intended for smaller/quicker jobs.

    4) BRUSH HEADS: Relative to the suction gap at the baseboards when coming head-on with the large vac head, it has been nearly negligible on hard floors and simple to address with the head making a right angle. Most vacuums have corner/side suction anyway. Plus, the engineering put in the accessory connections is wonderful. There is no pulling-pushing on the brush with a friction connection; instead, there is a button to click them on/off. A small detail but it makes using this vacuum so appealing and allows more energy for cleaning efforts. I have come to like the little brush tool that is oblong. It works great as a duster.

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  6. CassZMonster

    Okay, aside from being one of the most expensive vacuums I’ve ever owned, this Dyson holds UP!
    We vacuum not quite a thousand sq ft daily, with 3 very fuzzy pets and a kid. It’s been a year now, no suction loss, and my kid only JUST managed to break it. 5 minutes on Amazon and viola! I have the replacement part ordered.
    On top of that, all the times I needed to get in and detangle the floor bit, it was SUPER intuitive and EASY.
    On top of all this, it’s super maneuverable. My husband and kid routinely “discuss” vacuuming duties. Its turned vacuuming from painful and obnoxious to easy-peasy.
    I’m actually impressed, and can no longer NOT have it in my home. Well done, Dyson.

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  7. ADT

    La aspiradora viene empaquetada perfectamente en su caja original, llego antes del tiempo que se suponía iba a llegar, aspira Perfecto y es original! Es una gran inversión para mantener la casa limpia ya que yo tengo un perro grande que vive la mayor parte dentro de casa.

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  8. R. Lister

    This is a pretty amazing device. It’s replacing a trusty twenty-year old regular upright vacuum cleaner that had some serious mileage on it so it had big shoes to fill, but it’s made that old device seem like a relic of an earlier age. Dyson machines have a certain mystique around them and I was very skeptical of paying $350 for a bunch of hype, but having used one at my parents house, I was convinced enough to pay the ticket.

    First impressions: this thing is light, effective and just a whole ton more easy to use than any vacuum cleaner that I’ve used before. The ‘Stick vacuum’ setup was entirely new to me and seems a little odd: all of the mechanism of the vacuum cleaner (including the dirt container) has been moved into the handpiece/handle thing. When you use it, you’re effectively holding the entire vacuum cleaner up in the air and waving the suction wand around. This turns out to be a great solution: the wand is now light and nimble. Anyone who has used a cassette vacuum cleaner (ie. wand-and-box) knows how this feels, but in this case there’s no box to heave around either. The other startling difference is NO CABLE. It’s battery powered, so you stop battling with the flex, moving sockets, running over the cord, etc, etc. I can’t tell you how much simpler it is to pull out the vacuum and clean – as a consequence I have a cleaner floor, because it doesn’t take as much mess to make me take it out.

    There are downsides to these features: mainly battery life and the fact that the hand-piece is pretty heavy – these are linked issues. This model (V8 Animal) has a slightly bigger battery than my parents V7 Motorhead so it runs for 40min on a charge (V7 does 30mins). That’s enough to clean 2-3 rooms of our pretty small house, but it just shuts off dead when it’s done and charging takes a long while (like, three hours). Consequently, the hand-piece is heavier than my parents and I find my wrist is pretty tired and a little sore after a half-hour: I’m a mid-forties guy, my wrists are in pretty decent shape! I wouldn’t think older folk would be happy with the weight and I’d say go for the smaller model or consider a more traditional design.

    The other worry is battery lifespan: I’m quite sure that this lithium battery isn’t going to last 20 years like our last cleaner and you’re looking at $50-$100 to replace the battery IF they still sell it when it dies. And while you get there, the battery life will get shorter and shorter. It’s a worry.

    The enduring impression is of something well-built and well-designed. Everything clicks together positively and all the attachments are sturdy. I’m an ex-engineer and I get the impression that they haven’t skimped on material quality and things like the thickness of plastic walls, so I’m expecting it to last ok.

    The bagless design seems like a huge win (no need to buy and toss bags, no decrease in suction) but it comes with two big inherent compromises:
    1. There’s nothing to contain the dust and dirt when you decide to empty it (naturally). So as it clunks open (it’s a fairly dramatic mechanism) I find it creates a pretty disgusting cloud of airborne dust and grossness. You shouldn’t do it indoors as it undoes the good work you just did. Even outdoors I find myself breathing in nasty-tasting mystery particles.
    2. Be very careful around water. When you suck a bit of water, the cyclone thing smears the water all over the inside of the transparent cartridge, and dust starts sticking and clumping. Again, if there was a bag – no problem – but now, if (when) you let it dry, you’ll have to manually scrape the stuck-on residue from the cartridge. And because it’s transparent the pretty clean sci-fi looking cartridge now has yucky brown crud stuck to the inside. It’s impossible to completely clean it.
    This cleaner isn’t the most powerful vacuum cleaner you ever used, but it’s obvious that they’ve tried to balance the issues of weight and power to make it work well enough. We have a dog, so it’s not an easy job cleaning our family room and it does just fine.

    On balance, the pluses easily outweigh the negatives. Our house is cleaner and vacuuming has gone from sweaty, fussy work to a grab-the-Dyson-and-swish kind of vibe.

    Happy that people found my review helpful: just thought I’d give a perspective after 4 years: the battery is still running surprisingly strong. I can’t say I’ve noticed a big decline so far, but when Lithium Ion batteries go, they go, so – still a worry. It’s weathered a decent amount of usage, still battling dog fur without anything breaking so far. On my recommendation, a friend of mine bought the same and the power ‘trigger’ broke after approx 3 years, which wasn’t great. I think they had trouble repairing it, but that could happen with any device, I guess.

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  9. Alan A Riddle

    It’s light and easy to use

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  10. Nick

    This vacuum is a dream!! It provides such easy access for quick clean ups and is sleek enough to hang on our wall and not be in the way. Our cats may hate it but we can get the torture of cleaning our floors over with a lot faster for them than so many other vacuums we have had specifically for pets. Two cats and not a single issue so far. Bliss is going from dreading vacuuming to actually enjoying it.

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