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Vacuum Cleaner

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Guangdong China (Mainland)

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16*5.11*4.92 Inch








Precision Plastic Injection

Rated Voltage: 

12V DC

Heavy Outstanding: 

Latest Research Strong Motor

Guarantee Period: 

1 Year

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ISO Standard

Filtration Precision: 

Up to 0.3um

Hot Sale: 

Handheld Vacuum Cleaner

Big Suction: 

11inch H20

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Qty/20'FCL: 3300pcs/1 fcl/550cartons(6 pcs/carton)

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1,As Seen on TV Items Vacuum Cleaner 
2,Portable Using 
3,Guarantee quality,CE,RoHS 
4,Lower Noise 

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Q:What are the OSHA regulations on repairing electrical cords on appliances like Vacuum cleaners?
OSHA only applies to regulations at work. Vacuum cleaners typically have a long cord with a two wire plug.
Q:sanitaire vacuum cleaners?
Have you looked at the H20 Vac? Sorry, I don't know if you meant sanitary for your home/people, but the H20 Vac seems to do both. It uses tap water as a filter, so there's no nasty bags to replace, no dust going anywhere, etc. It uses steam power can clean wet messes as well (like a ShopVac). The water filter system traps dirt, instead of letting it go back out into the air like most vacuums do, even if they say Hepa Filtration or some BS.
Q:what are some good cheap~ish handheld vacuum cleaners?
the best i've found has been dirt devil.
Q:how did they clean carpets before there were vacuum cleaners?
you would hang them on a clothes line and beat all the dust out
Q:Vacuum reviews?
If okorder.com/... At first I resisted spending $300 on a vacuum. (You can buy a good vacuum for about 70 bucks, right?) My husband insisted, and I am glad he did.
Q:Does anyone like Oreck vacuum cleaners?
I personally never have owned an Oreck but don't believe the commercial, I know someone who has owned a Oreck vacuum and they have had very bad luck with it and it does not even work anymore it's about two years old, and it constantly blocks up, no good, get something better, I would like to suggest a brand I have and is about five years old now and have had no problem with it is a Panasonic Vacuum they are very lightweight and easy to maneuver around the home and gets really close to the edges. I even plan on getting another Panasonic this time a bagless model Good Luck !
Q:Why do vacuum cleaners have lights on the front, do they expect you to vacuum at night?
It makes it easier to see things that you maybe are not supposed to suck up, for example pins or thread that can hurt your vacuum.
Q:What vacuum cleaners would you recommend besides hoover. The price is not important ?
Personal preference aside, bagless vacs are notoriously expensive to own. There are usually 2-3 filters that can set you back $40+ anually, and don't forget, THEY ARE ALWAYS DUSTY. My favorite is a Panasonic, bagged, HEPA quality vacuum. It goes for about $200 and it has a great feature: motor by-pass. This means the motor is not IN the path of the debris you are sucking up, but the motor is behind the bag. Say goodbye to motor clogs and worse, jammed/seized/broken motor fan assemblies! Dysan is good out the box, but it is impossible to get parts down the road, so they are becoming 'disposable'... and at $400+ that is not good. In addition to Panasonic, my customers have have nothing but great reviews on Fuller (yes, the Fuller Brush Man!) and Sanitaire.
Q:What do you think of Dyson vacuum cleaners.?
Interesting I've been seeing the Dyson ads on t.v. a lot lately. I don't have either one, but have been wondering how the Dyson stacked up, against the Oreck. Either way, I'd need a lot of persuading to pay between $400 and 500 for any vacuum cleaner lol. For information, the happiest vacs I have ever had have always been the Eureka. I'm something of a vacuum nut, and have 9 different vacs of different sizes and types for different specific uses. But my vacuum for all seasons is my beloved 12 amp upright, wind- tunnel type Eureka - The Boss Your use of bloody makes me think you might be in UK, and this vac might not be available over there. I'm just mentioning it, though, in case I am wrong and you're in the States, because my Bossy aka the yellow peril is absolutely the best vac I've ever had. It goes quickly to the different levels between plain floor to high pile carpeting and its suction is very good, although its cannister does need to be emptied frequently. I paid slightly less than 80 bucks for it at WalMart LOL. Value for performance, Bossy has my vote over anything I ever owned, and I've owned plenty over time in my quest for the best sucker lol.-combined with ease of use and unbeatable price.
Q:Where on Oahu can I sell my 4 rainbow vacuum cleaners?
You are the one that wanted the sales job.

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