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  • Getprice News: Daily Deals
    Getprice News: Daily Deals At Getprice we want to do more than be your number one price comparison site, from now on we're bringing you daily deals from our huge range of retailers. Here are the best deals we've found today: Sony   4K TV LED top model: KD75X9500G now at $4,299 +free 12-month basic Kayo Subscription (Retail price: $5,799) Offer ends  25th August 2019 Dell Annual Sale Save up to 40% off selected laptops live 16-22 August 2019      Check out rebel latest offer 20% off online sales, exclusions apply starts 12.01 AM 14 August 2019 and ends Midnight 15 August 2019 amazon.com.au Don't miss amazon.com.au top best selling electronics products updated hourly Harvey Norman Harvey Norman is currently offering a great deal if you want to update Upsize or upgrade with no deposit and 50 months interest free Priceline Pharmacy Priceline Pharmacy has 1/2 price on Sukin Skincare, Haircare, Men's & Baby ranges. Get all your skin care needs today with this great deal. Hurry it ends on 12 August 2019. David Jones David Jones special offer for Vacuum Cleaner Dyson V7 Cord Free $399 (RRP $599) hurry while stocks last ! Rebel Sport Rebel Sport are offering a fantastic 30% off Snow clothing for the whole family and there's free delivery on orders over $150!   Marks & Spencer  Marks & Spencer save 30% when you buy 2 or more selected luxury shirts, offer end 30/11/19. Chain Reaction Cycles Inspired by the Tour de France!  Get the best Cycling deals. Chain Reaction cycles have a whopping up to 60% off sale on thousands of selected items, remember to use code: SALE2019 at the checkout.
  • Most popular lawnmowers in Australia
    Best lawn mowers in Australia: The most popular models on Getprice Discover the best lawn mowers in Australia with our list of the most searched-for models and brands on Getprice in 2019. Mowing the lawn can be either meditative or a chore, depending on a bunch of factors. Chief among these factors is whether you’ve got a lawn mower cut out for the task at hand, and there’s a lot to consider when making a new purchase. There are a slew of brands to choose from, including big names like John Deere, Husqvarna, Stihl and Victa, but it’s less the brands and more the specifications you want to look out for: if you’ve got a large lawn, you’ll want either a petrol or battery-powered lawn mower. If you’ve got a small urban yard and don’t mind lassoing a power cord around, an electric lawn mower is probably better for you, but overall, they’re still fairly niche. Nowadays, you’ll almost definitely be buying a four-stroke petrol lawn mower, with two-stroke variants being phased out due to new emissions laws. There's now also the option of a lithium-battery powered mower, which just needs to be recharged at a regular power socket in between uses. No matter which power source type you opt for, you’ll want to keep in mind the cutting diameter of your lawn mower’s blades: this basically determines how efficient the mower is, and the wider the blade length is quicker you’ll get the job done. The largest you’ll usually find is around 60cm, or 24 inches. Oh, and if you happen to live on a farm or have a very big lawn, there are ride-on lawn mowers too, though this list won’t cover those. Here are some of the most popular mowers on the Australian market at the moment, based on our search data:   Victa Commando 19" Walk Behind Mower (VCMS484) Priced from: $599 | More info: Official Victa Australia website This petrol powered push mower boasts 19 inch (48 cm) blades, so it’s well-suited to medium to large yards. Victa claims it’s especially adept at cutting clean through even thick wet grass: good if you want to get the mowing done in the early morning dew! Baumr-AG E-Force 360 II Lithium Powered Cordless Lawn Mower Priced from: $399.97  | More info: Official Baum-AG Australia product page For those in the market for a battery powered mower, this Baumr is among the most popular. It only has a 37cm cutting blade width, and you’ll definitely not want to tackle long grass across big lawns: this is for well-maintained small gardens, though the 40V battery charges in less than 3 hours. Giantz Lawn Mower 165cc Lawn Mower Priced from: $379.95 This model has an electric self-start function, meaning you won’t be tugging away to get it running. It boasts an 18 inch blade (around 46 cm), a 165cc four-stroke engine, and a 65-litre grass catcher so that you won’t be making trips to the green bin every five minutes. Shogun 3-in-1 Cordless Lawn Mower Priced from: $399.97 A decent and affordable four-stroke petrol lawnmower with an impressive 21 inch (53 cm) blade and easy-starting system, this one includes rear bagging, mulching and side discharging functionality, giving you some options as to how to dispose of your offcuts. Black Eagle Self Propelled 18" 160cc Lawn Mower (EX490SN) Priced from: $345 This 160cc four-stroke petrol lawn mower has an 18 inch blade (46 cm) and a substantial 65-litre plastic catch. It also has self-propel functionality and a deck wash function. And just quietly, it’s quite aesthetically pleasing too... Compare more lawn mowers and garden tools on Getprice right here
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    Best vacuum cleaners compared: most popular models in Australia Discover the most popular vacuum cleaners on Getprice, and compare prices from Australian retailers. Chores suck, don’t they? Well, vacuum cleaners suck too, and some suck harder than others. And the more suction power they have, the better the clean. We all know that, but trying to decide on which vacuum cleaner to buy will depend on your needs – does your home have hard floors or wall-to-wall carpets? How large is the space, and does it have stairs? Do you have a pet? And most importantly, what’s your budget? Answers to all these questions will determine whether you ought to consider buying a corded barrel vacuum cleaner, or whether an upright cordless option will suffice. The answers will also help you decide if an autonomous robot vacuum will do the job (with you just having to lift a finger to get the droid started on the chore). Vacuum cleaners have come a long way since the days of heavy, bagged and corded behemoths that were as much as chore lugging around as was the cleaning itself. Now, however, there are plenty of slick options to choose from which are powerful enough to work on carpet floors in homes that have pets. While some of them have premium price tags, they can be a long-term investment and you see the dividends from the first use itself. They’re efficient, powerful and get the job done well. To help you choose, we’ve listed the best vacuum cleaners you can buy right now in Australia, either in store or online, and you can compare prices on Getprice for all of them to find the cheapest offer on your selected model.   Dyson V11 Absolute RRP: $1,199  | More info: Official Dyson product page Dyson’s latest V-series cordless handstick vacuum cleaner is the most powerful the company has produced to date. The V11 Absolute has 20% more suction power than the previous V10 model, and sports an LCD display that shows you the cleaner’s runtime and how much battery is left in real time. The bin is 40% larger than the predecessor’s and features three battery modes so you can optimise your cleaning depending on your needs. It is by far the best cord-free vacuum cleaner money can buy in 2019. Compare all Dyson V11 Absolute prices on Getprice Miele Blizzard CX1 Excellence RRP: $649 | More info: Official Miele product page If your home is large, then a vacuum cleaner that runs on batteries won’t suffice. You’ll need to get yourself a corded option so you don’t run out of juice before the cleaning is done. And one of the best corded bagless options is the Miele Blizzard CX1 Excellence. Despite just 1,100 watts of power, the CX1 uses to Vortex Technology to improve suction power – it pulls up dirt and hair off carpets remarkably well while moving smoothly across the floor thanks to its 360-degree castor wheels. The bin is easy to empty and all the necessary accessories are neatly tucked away into the body of the cleaner, so they’re on hand when you need them. Compare all Miele Blizzard CX1 Excellence prices on Getprice Bissell 2225F CrossWave Pet RRP: $469 | More info: Official Bissell product page If you’ve got pets at home and happen to be on a budget, you should consider the Bissell 2225F CrossWave upright vacuum cleaner. It will not only suck up dirt from different surfaces, it will also wash pet messes on hard floors. It features a two-tank system for clean and dirty water, and its Multi-Surface Pet Brush Roll is tangle-free for hair up to 20cm long, making it easy to clean. The controls are located on the handle itself, allowing you to change the type of clean you want if you’re moving from a hard floor to a rug. And more importantly, the price tag won’t suck you dry. Compare all Bissell 2225F CrossWave Pet prices on Getprice Shark NV800 RRP: $599.99 | More info: Official Shark product page This isn’t a cordless unit, but the NV800 can been used upright like a regular vacuum cleaner, or a smaller unit lifted away to use handheld for cleaning upholstery and drapes. It comes with integrated hose and extension wand, offering an impressive amount of reach which is useful if you want to get your ceiling fans clean. While it might be an expensive option, it does very well on any type of floor, be it wood, tiles or carpet. Compare all Shark NV800 prices on Getprice iRobot Roomba 980 RRP: $1,499 | More info: Official iRobot product page This little droid is the best robot vacuum cleaner money can buy. It is expensive, but it saves you the trouble of having to do anything, even start it. You can set up a schedule on the associated app and forget all about it – the Roomba 980 will do its thing. All you’ll need to remember to do is empty the bin. It can also be voice-activated as part of your smart home setup and works with both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. While it does alright on low-pile carpets, a robot vacuum always works best on hard floors and in homes that don’t have stairs. Robot vacuums also aren’t able to climb over high thresholds, so if your entire home is on a single level, this autonomous vacuum cleaner needs no help from you at all. Compare all iRobot Roomba 980 prices on Getprice Clicik here to compare more vacuum cleaners on Getprice

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