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There’s a Lot of Refurbished Dyson Appliances on Sale Right Now

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The only thing we love more than a Dyson vacuum (or air purifier or hair dryer) is an on-sale Dyson vacuum. So when we spotted a mini-sale on Dyson, up to 50 percent off, at Nordstrom Rack, we got excited and had to share some of our favorite finds. There is, however, a catch with these deals. All of these Dyson products are refurbished, not new; that means they’ve been returned to the manufacturer for some reason or other and have gone through a series of checks (and maybe repairs) to make them functionally good as new. So they should work just fine! But all of the items listed below are final sale, so if it does show up at your door and immediately malfunctions, you can’t return it to Nordstrom. However, with discounts this deep from a brand we love, we think these Dyson deals are worth it.

The Dyson Supersonic hair dryer is notoriously expensive, with a $400 price tag on a normal day, but since it was released in late 2016, it’s quickly become a favorite among celebrity hairstylists, including Jen Atkin, creator of Ouai and beloved by the Kardashians. That’s because it’s basically silent and works to prevent heat damage. And right now, it’s only $250, in either pink or silver.

We’ve raved about Dyson’s cordless vacuums before, and though this model, the V8, isn’t the newest, it’s one of our perennial favorites. As Strategist senior editor Margaret Rhodes writes, “For shoppers, the tl;dr on these motors is that they are incredibly high-powered — like they had to create new software to make these motors spin faster than a Formula One car engine — meaning the vacuums and the bristles work like a small tornado designed to very quickly suck up every bit of dust, dirt, and hair that covers your floor and furniture.”

This bladeless fan is the stand-up version of the Dyson Air Multiplier table fan that we featured in our roundup of the best cooling fans on Amazon. After referring to it as the “Rolls-Royce of table fans,” one hyperenthusiastic reviewer continues, “The airflow from the fan is powerful and even. The oscillation works well. The sound from the fan is relatively quiet and smooth.”

According to writer Lauren Levy, this humidifier basically does it all: “It actually also uses an ultraviolet light to zap away bacteria, and it automatically adjusts its output based on the humidity level it senses in your room.” And even better? This refurbished model is just $250, a full 50 percent off the list price.

We’re also intrigued by this combination space heater–slash–table fan that also acts as an a