Hurry—this magical deal will disappear in 12 hours! 

By Katie Holdefehr
July 13, 2018
Amazon

As Real Simple editors and self-proclaimed cleaning aficionados, we're not afraid to admit that the words "Dyson vacuum cleaner" make our eyes light up. Dyson vacuums are known for being powerful, reliable, and nothing short of life-changing, and buying a Dyson vacuum is a worthy investment in your home. The only downside: that investment typically comes at a price. With many Dyson models costing $300, $400, even $700 (yikes!), they're out of many shoppers' budgets. But thanks to Amazon's latest Deal of the Day, a coveted Dyson vacuum is now available at a very reasonable price. 

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For today only (July 13), a certified refurbished Dyson Ball Multifloor Upright Vacuum is just $150 on Amazon. With brand-new versions of the vacuum selling for $300, this revamped option is half off the retail price for this model. Certified refurbished by the manufacturer, the model still comes with all of the original attachments, along with a 6-month limited warranty, just in case. 

While this upright model isn't as sleek as the glorious V8 Cordless model or an easy-to-store stick vacuum, it does have ball technology that allows it to steer easily around furniture and other obstacles (like when your cat refuses to move), as well as a HEPA filtration system that traps allergens and bacteria inside. Plus, the bin can be emptied with just the push of a button, so you never have to touch the gross stuff once it's inside the machine. 

According to Amazon reviewers, this vacuum is ideal for pet owners. One satisfied shopper put it bluntly: "The amount of crap this Dyson picked up was truly shocking. The finest particles of dust filled the canister along with our dog's hair!" Another reviewer and proud owner of 6 pets also reported that it "works fabulously." If you're in the market for a new upright vacuum, you can't beat the value of this refurbished Dyson model.