This Is the Dyson Sale You’ve Been Waiting For—and Things Are Selling Out Fast

updated Dec 15, 2020
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If you’ve been eyeing a Dyson product for a while now but have been holding off on ordering it in hopes of scoring a great deal, your patience has paid off. Dyson’s deals this month include deep discounts on some of their top vacuums, including the Dyson Ball Multi Floor 2, a versatile and powerful model that made our our Best Vacuum Cleaners List. They’re also offering major deals on their game-changing task light and a few of their splurge-worthy hair tools, so no matter which of the iconic brand’s products is on your wishlist this holiday season, you’d be wise to act quickly before it sells out. Check out our favorite deals below. 

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Dyson
$399.99

With Dyson’s iconic ball design and signature nickel and yellow colorway, the Multi Floor 2 will probably, one day, be displayed at MoMA. It’s also a workhorse that can tackle any surface and, since it’s corded, could clean an entire mansion in one go. And if you needed further reassurance, we also named this model the best upright corded vacuum out there in our Best List!

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Dyson
$699.99
was $799.99

The newest cordless vacuum from Dyson, the V11 Outsize is designed with larger households in mind—and it’s a total powerhouse, to say the least. Like the V11 Torque Drive, the Outsize has twice the suction power of any other cordless vacuum, and has a ton of cool features; for example, it senses the type and condition of the floor it’s on, and automatically adjusts its suction accordingly. What makes the Outsize different from previous models is that because it’s designed for large houses and families, it has a wider head that covers 25 percent more floor than the other V11 models, and its dustbin is also 150 percent bigger.

3 / 5
Dyson
$429.99

Dyson hair tools are known for two things: being extremely pricey, and being extremely worth it. Their Supersonic Hair Dryer is far from an exception—it not only dries hair faster than any other dryer on the market, but also claims to increase smoothness and shine while decreasing frizz and flyaways. Better still, it’s engineered with smart features to prevent hair damage before it happens, which is a pretty big deal if you’re someone who regularly blow-dries your hair. As part of their holiday deals, Dyson is including two free bonus items along with your purchase; at checkout, you’ll be able to choose from a presentation case, a stand, or round brushes in two sizes. While most colors of the dryer are sold out, the white/silver model is currently available.

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Dyson
$499.99

It’s admittedly hard to justify spending $500 on a straightener—but if there’s one that’s worth it, it’s definitely the Corrale. What sets the cordless straightener apart are its innovative flexing plates—unlike conventional straighteners, which have smooth, flat plates, the Corrale’s flexing plates shape to gather your hair, leaving it sleek and stick-straight in half the time most straighteners take. No surprise that this was 2020’s most awarded straightener. And if you’re thinking of treating yourself, now is definitely the time to do it, since Dyson is throwing in their specially designed paddle brush and detangling comb at no extra cost.

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Dyson
$499.99
was $599.99

Like pretty much everything Dyson makes, the brand’s desktop task light is so much more than just a lamp. Working in tandem with a companion app, the light automatically adjusts its settings based on a range of factors—the natural daylight in your area, the task you’re working on, your daily schedule and circadian rhythm, and even your age—allowing it to constantly give off the ideal lighting to reduce eye fatigue and optimize productivity, sleep, and even your mood. The height-adjustable, rotatable light’s position can be tweaked with impressive precision, and it also has an energy-saving motion sensor that switches the light off when you’ve been away for five minutes, and right back on when you return.