Rechargeable bagless handi- Vacuum Cleaner

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Rechargeable bagless handi- Vacuum Cleaner

Features:

Rechargeable bagless handi-Vac
Transparent dust container with easy opening design
Dust separating design
Washable HEPA filter
Charging indicator light
Multi-accessories for different cleaning function
Charging time: 8-10 Hours
Working tie: 10-15 mins

Technical Data:

Rated adaptor voltage: 3.6V/4.8V

Power:  20W

Dust capacity: 1.2L

Adaptor: 1.8M cord length, comply with ERP

Vacuum Kpa: 2-3Kpa

Injection color with highlight spray

Package:

1pc per gift box

Gift box size: 450*130*210mm

4pcs per export carton

Carton size: 465*425*260mm

G.W/N.W: 9.8/8.8kgs

20’/40’/40HQ: 2016pcs/4200pcs/4848pcs

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Q:which is more powerful for suction, 2 amps motor or 15.6 volts motor for vacuum?
the electrical measure of the motor will not tell you how good the suction is. Two vacuum cleaners with the same motor type could have very different suction strength due to the motor design and even the design of the hoses. Honestly, I have never owned a Eureka, but the company has been making vacuum cleaners of high quality for a long time. If those are your two choices - go with the Eureka.
Q:what do you think about lift-Away vacuum cleaners?
The okorder.com/... I believe that Hoover originated the lift off design a few years ago. I've not used this one, but I have seen it kicking around warehouse retailers when was first released. To be honest, I think that the lift off canister design is far more hype than actually useful - regardless of the brand name. The theory of a smaller, portable vacuum is good, no doubt, but having to carry/hold the vacuum in one hand while you operate it with the other kind of defeats the purpose.
Q:Any unintended consequences of Vacuum Cleaners?
I use mine to suck up those pesky seed moths in my bird room. I don't think that's a listed use.LOL
Q:bagless vacuum cleaners?
I bought a bagless, and loved it so much I bought one for my upstairs so I didn't have to carry it up and down, and bought one for my Mom. Did I mention I threw out a $400 machine that was older, but still worked well, to get the upstairs one? Mom had a even more expensive machine, and when it broke, I replaced it with a $50 Walmart special and it picked up stuff the expensive one never had. The bagless ones have ssssssssssooooooooooo much more suction. They get fuzz out of carpet that you never even saw. And when you need to dump, it is no big deal, just replace the paper filter every year or so, maybe longer. I get not liking the dust and stuff when you dump, but I did the 'tv style test' and ran my older bagged machine and then the cheap bagless over the same area. You would not believe how much it picked up the bagged one had missed. And it wasn't even a bagged one that didn't work well, it worked as good as ever, the bagless was just better.
Q:Which is better: bagged or bagless VACUUM cleaners?
I much prefer bagless, although it holds much less. So easy to clean out though.
Q:What is a good vacuum?
Oh boy! This is a good one! I've got a Bissel (Clean revolution). I wanted it for the ease of onboard attachments and also good suction. It's 3 years old, works GREAT when it's clean, but the filters (and they are numerous) are constantly getting clogged with fine dust/dirt. Not to mention dog hair, which I know will be an issue. I've found the 'dragging' you describe can be somewhat remedied by changing the direction you push the vac. The nap of the carpet has something to do with it, though I can't explain the scientifics. ORECK is the BOMB!! They are Awesome when it comes to power, also DYSON (Especially with animals, and you have the convenience of on-board attachments.) The downside to both is they are outrageously priced! Dirt Devil is pretty good too. Try changing the level on it to med. or even high. On my Bissel if it's set too low the beater bar won't even spin...clean/change the filters often, especially with a pup. Best of luck, my friend! (Who'd have ever thought vacuum cleaners would turn in to a MAJOR appliance purchase?)
Q:How do vacuum cleaners work?
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Q:Can anyone recommend an inexpensive vacuum for hardwood floors?
Hey. You could just try buying a cheap vacuum cleaner from the supermarket (ASDA) or some kind of electrical store, just use the brush option on the cleaner end.
Q:best multiple wet and dry commercial vacuum cleaner in the world?
Shop Vac brand
Q:Why do dogs hate vacuum cleaners?
Your dog is probably thinking oooh goody a toy play play play play!!!! he/she might also be thinking, Oh no that stupid and loud vacuum cleaner is on again, or What is that thing? Its invading my territory. What if it pees and marks its spot? aah!!!! I would suggest putting your dog outside when you vacuum. It wouldn't hurt your dogs ears as much (because he/she wouldn't hear it) And if your dog does have a territory in your home, and your dog is inside, don't vacuum so close to it unless your dog could really care aless or he/she is outside! I really hope this helped!

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