4 function adjustment: stop, clean, light, clean and light
Durable ABS material and high density filter
Wide angle cleaning with 360 degree rotation
Easy to operate with lower center of gravity
All-in-one design, saving space
Large dust collection box, practical and convenient
power regulation setting
motor protection filter
-can continue operation by Cord
Why we choose Okorder.com?
Okorder.com is a professional and reliable online E-market place
Providing a variety of products with reasonable prices
High quality goods provided by factory suppliers
Shipping to over 200 countries.
Dubai Logistic Complex
Okorder Quality Control?
We hold a very strict quality control system to check every connector of our products for your safety.
Send a message to us:
Q:What would yWhich Vacuum cleaner should I gift my Mom??ou like to ask?
Hoover or Nilfisk :) (nilfisch is more expensive but are good)
Q:I just applied for this job and was wondering if it sounded like scam?
Sounds okorder.com. At any rate, best of luck!
Q:How do I stop freaking out about vacuum cleaners so much?
So you have a phobia for vaccum cleaners. A phobia is defined as being scared something will happen in the future. (Something like that) So the only thing you can do or the best thing to do in my opinion is to face it. Its a treatment actually. What you do is stay there when they vacuum. And even when your anxiety raises to the top. Because the way panic attacks work is they go up, and they hit the ceiling, and have to lower. So if you stay there, and let your anxiety peak, then lower back to regular. The fear that something bad will happen in the future will disappear. Or weaken largely. Because your sitting there, and nothing is happening, and even though you know inside nothing will happen to you your mind still reacts that way. (Like some people are afraid of bunnies) So sit through the vacuuming and I am sure that you will be able to face it time after time after that :D
Q:How do vacuum cleaners work?
The electricity operates the motor. The motor turns the fan. The fan takes air from underneath the vacuum cleaner and directs it through the dust collection bag. At the same time the brushes turn and flick up the dust/dirt into the stream of air going into the vacuum cleaner. The dust bag is a filter with small holes in it. The dust sucked into the bag is bigger than the holes so stays in the bag.
Q:Which WASH VACUUM CLEANERS are the most practical for apartment with hardwood floors?
You okorder.com okorder.com . Good luck!
Q:Are Roomba's good vacuum cleaners?
They are good. Not the best for suction but they do it by themselves every day so even if they miss something they will just get it the next day. I love mine
Q:Is a Sebo Vacuum approved by the?
Well upon doing a little search i found this excerpt from Sebo.co.uk All SEBO vacuum cleaners are of anti-allergy design, indeed a SEBO machine was the first vacuum cleaner to be endorsed by the British Allergy Foundation for its overall anti-allergy design as opposed to just its filtration.
Q:Canned Air for laptops vs Vacuum Cleaner?
I used to use canned air to blow away dust but then again I would have to clean up after anyways. So to save myself the hassle I just checked for a handheld vacuum that wouldn't hurt my PC, and now I use that. Just make sure your vacuum won't cause any problems with your PC.
Q:My friend's brother placed a vacuum cleaner up to his nipple....?
Sounds like it caused some internal bruising and fluid from the underlying breast lymph tissue to be forced into the outer tissues and caused swelling of these tissues. It will probably resolve it self over the next 6 weeks. This is not the first stupid thing I have seen people do with vacuum cleaners. A ice pack may help take away some of the swelling.
Q:Vacuum Cleaner Lost Suction?
What type of vacuum do you own (make/model #)? If you could tell me the make/model then I could probably help you a little better. However, if the vacuum you own cost less than $100, then unfortunately it's probably time to buy a new one. Most cheap vacuums tend to loose suction over time, and repairing them can cost almost as much as a new one. It sounds like you have purchased quite a few vacuums, and are probably tired of doing so. Unfortunately, it seems that most vacuum manufacturers now days make vacuums so they only last 3-5 years (and some even less). However, there still are some good vacuums for less than $150 (if you do need to purchase one): the Shark Navigator is a great one and comes with a 5 Year Warranty, the Eureka Airspeed Bagless is another great one that doesn't cost that much. If you want to have a vacuum that will last 20 years, then you are going to need to spend a little more money. If you can do this, then I would recommend looking at a Miele - they have some great options, and are tested to literally run for 20 years, and come with a 7 year warranty. They are expensive, but if you take into consideration the cost of 5+ cheap vacuums, then it's not that bad in the long-run. Anyways, I hope this helps. Good luck.