Bagless Cyclonic Vacuum Cleaner Portable Handheld

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Product Description:

 Portable Handheld Bagless Cyclonic Vacuum Cleaner

Model: CNBL4003

Model No. 

CNCL4003

FEATURE:

Permanent bagless design with translucent dust compartment
Multiple cyclonic design
Handle airflow control,crush-proof hose,2 position brush and integrated accessories
multiple filtration system
360 degree hose swivel

Specification:

* Unit dimension

368*251*315mm

* Color 

Injection and spray

* Input voltage

100~240V 50/60Hz 

* Dust tank capacity

3.0L

* Cable length 

5M

* Speed control 

Yes

* Airflow(m³/min)

1.8-2.3

* Vacuum (Kpa)

18-23

* Noise(dB(A))

79

* Accessory

small nozzles, 1.5m hose

2pcs plastic tubes or 1pc metal telescopic tube

* Brush

Floor brush with wheels

* Plug Type

optional

* Motor power

1200-2000W

Packing:

* Gift box: 

460 x 345 x 330mm

* Master carton: 

N/A

* Quantity/GB: 

1pcs/GB

* Packaging material: 

Double corrugated cardboard

* loading qty (20'/40'/40H'): 

570/1180/1310pcs

* N.W.: 

5.9KG

* G.W.: 

7.3KG


Bagless Cyclonic Vacuum Cleaner Portable Handheld


Bagless Cyclonic Vacuum Cleaner Portable Handheld


Vacuum Cleaner Specifications:

Cord length 5m

Dust capacity 3.0L

Speed control on body

Automatic cord rewinder

 

Product size:400 x 280 x 250mm

Carton Size:460 x 345 x 330mm

G.W./N.W.:7.3/5.9Kgs

Load quantity:570/1180/1310pcs

 

Airflow(m³/min):1.8-2.3

Vacuum (Kpa):18-23

Noise(dB(A)):80


Additional Info. 

Trademark:OEM, ODM

Packing:Gift Box / Export Cartons

Standard:CE, GS, CB, EMC

Origin:China


Vacuum Cleaner Production and QC Show:

 Bagless Cyclonic Vacuum Cleaner Portable Handheld

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FAQ

Is it best to go for a more powerful vacuum cleaner?

The power of a vacuum cleaner’s motor is measured in Watts. The higher the Wattage the better it will clean, as long as the machine is well designed with good air flow and suction power too. However, the higher the wattage, the noisier the machine will be. With upright vacuum cleaners. you don’t need to have so much wattage or suction power as you do with a cylinder cleaner as the dirt has less distance to travel before it reaches the bag or dust container. The type of brushes are more of an important consideration with uprights than the power. You don’t always want to have a vacuum cleaner operating at full power for example, when cleaning upholstery or curtains, so it’s useful to be able to adjust the power level yourself.

Which attachments should I look out for?

Most vacuum cleaners come with three attachments, a crevice tool, upholstery and dusting brushes and a small head which is best for vacuuming stairs. You can also get additional turbo brushes which have their own motor for extra suction which are useful for cleaning deep-pile carpets or a power cleaning head which has electrically powered rotating brushes. A hard-floor or parquet brush is useful for wooden or tiled floors. Some cleaners have extendable tubes which are useful for hard to reach areas like cobwebs in the corners of ceilings.

I have a large house? What should I look out for?

Look for a cleaner with a large cleaning head – this will help cut down the amount of time it takes to vacuum a room. Also get as long a lead as you can get to cut down on the number of times you have to unplug the lead and plug it in again. You may also want to consider getting a model with a large capacity dust collector or bag so that you don’t have to empty it as frequently. If you have a lot of stairs, you may want to get a cylinder model with a long stretchy stair-cleaning hose.

 




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