Light weight rechargeable Handheld Vacuum Cleaner Streamline outlook design without separate line in the rear body Washable non-woven fabrics dust bag, Removable dust collector Charging indicator light Light weight and compact design Charging time: 8-10 Hours Working time: 10-15 mins
Rated adaptor voltage: 3.6V/4.8V
Dust capacity: 1.2L
Adaptor: 1.8M cord length, comply with ERP
Vacuum Kpa: 2-2.6Kpa
Injection color with highlight spray
1pc per gift box
Gift box size: 450*130*210mm
4pcs per export carton
Carton size: 465*425*260mm
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Q:Why don't vacuum cleaners work as stomach pumps?
Vacuum cleaners have suction that is way too powerful to use on internal organs. Didn't you see the 1000 Ways to Die episode where the idiot used a shop vac to perform his own liposuction and disemboweled himself and bled to death? Same principle. Besides, pumping the stomach would not help with food poisoning, which comes from bacteria or toxins in the food. By the time you use a pump, the bacteria or toxin is in the bloodstream and your vacuuming action is futile.
Q:Why are little kids and dog afraid of vacuum cleaners?
I don't think it's a dumb question at all. I think it's because it's so loud and it moves around like it's alive!!!
Q:What is so bad about vacuum cleaners?
Hahahahahaha! They sure suck alright.. they blow too... They are dirty inside and they are loud and obnoxious... need I say more?
Q:Do you think the spiders and moths are dead?
Why not catch them and let them sleep beside you on your bed? Iv heard they are great sleep inducers
Q:Why are diesel locomotives noisy?
Q:Were Hoover vacuum cleaners ever sold door to door?
yes,,in the past. I believe Kirby is still sold door to door.
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:Are black holes really cosmic vacuum cleaners?
NO. Black holes are really NOT cosmic vacuum cleaners. ...Black holes: What are they? Black holes are the evolutionary endpoints of stars at least 10 to 15 times as massive as the Sun. If a star that massive or larger undergoes a supernova explosion, it may leave behind a fairly massive burned-out stellar remnant. With no outward forces to oppose gravitational forces, the remnant will collapse in on itself. The star eventually collapses to the point of zero volume and infinite density, creating what is known as a singularity. Around the singularity is a region where the force of gravity is so strong that not even light can escape. Thus, no information can reach us from this region. It is therefore called a black hole, and its surface is called the event horizon. But contrary to popular myth, a black hole is not a cosmic vacuum cleaner. If our Sun was suddenly replaced with a black hole of the same mass, Earth's orbit around the Sun would be unchanged. Of course, Earth's temperature would change, and there would be no solar wind or solar magnetic storms affecting us. To be sucked into a black hole, one has to cross inside the Schwarzschild radius. At this radius, the escape speed is equal to the speed of light, and once light passes through, even it cannot escape. The Schwarzschild radius can be calculated using the equation for escape speed: vesc = (2GM/R)1/2 For photons, or objects with no mass, we can substitute c (the speed of light) for Vesc and find the Schwarzschild radius, R, to be R = 2GM/c2 If the Sun was replaced with a black hole that had the same mass as the Sun, the Schwarzschild radius would be 3 km (compared to the Sun's radius of nearly 700,000 km). Hence the Earth would have to get very close to get sucked into a black hole at the center of our Solar System. If we can't see them, how do we know they are there?... imagine.gsfc.nasa.gov/docs/scienc...
Q:Why don't manufacturers of upright vacuum cleaners make them with retractable cords?
Sears does. Their Kenmore brands have retractable cords. I have one. It is a canister vacuum with carpet attachments. Works great does the job of two vacuums.
Q:What would you do if your child has phobias of water, darkness, cars, vacuum cleaners and dust?
You didn't mention the age of the child. If the child is a toddler, then I would ask the pediatrician to give you some advise on how to help the child become comfortable. You may have to seek some professional help. The worst thing you can do is try to scare them into not being afraid. These phobias are very real to the child. And how you handle it can determine what type of life they will have. Trust is very important. You can't just say the dark won't hurt you because you don't know the reason they are afraid of it to start with. When I was a child I was afraid of the dark. As I became older, the fear became worse. I had a step mother who was so mean. I had a night light in my room and of course when the bulb would burn out, I was in a panic. She would usually send me to bed in the dark, yelling all the way. Today I realize my home was very safe, But when I was 8'ish, I was afraid of what I could not see. I imagined someone would walk through the wall, and it wasn't until I was an adult and married that I overcame my need to have a night light. By the way, I still don't like spiders. I hope you get the child all the help available. Please be sympathetic and supportive. Your child may overcome these fears, they may never overcome them. Good luck