2 In 1 rechargeable stick vacuum cleaner With permanent washable filter design Multi-accessories for different cleaning function Including on board small brush and crevice nozzle Including Powerful pet hair design Convenient and portable handheld design Charging time: 8 - 10 hours Running time: 15-20 mins
Rated adaptor voltage: 3.6V/4.8V
Dust capacity: 1.2L
Adaptor: 1.8M cord length, comply with ERP
Vacuum Kpa: 2-3Kpa
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:I need advice on vacuum cleaners.?
Go with a Dyson. They are worth every penny and are super powerful. They come with all the attachments you need, including and edger cleaner.
Q:where do sea cucumbers live and where are they found in the marine environment?
In the sea salad!
Q:Where in heaven may we find Gulf Oil Vacuum Cleaners ?
i always thought they should put giant coffee filters on the bottoms of boats.
Q:Why do my vacuum cleaners keep breaking?
You need to be more careful about what you are trying to vacuum. Vacuum cleaners are not meant to vacuum everything. Get a shop vacuum if you don't want to be careful. Shop vacuums can vacuum water!
Q:What are the top vacuum cleaners reported by Consumer Reports this year?
If you want a real life review and not a CR one, buy a Dyson. I would never own anything else.
Q:Which is more powerful-amps or volts?
Hmm, where to start. I am going to guess you weren't one of us geeks who took Basic and Advanced electronics in high school. :) Power [measured in watts when referring to electricity] is equal to voltage multiplied by amperage. So, just what amperage do the vacuums with the 12 volts have? And, what voltage motors are in the ones running on 6 amps? Find out those other variables respectively and do the math to figure out total power generated.
Q:why are cats afraid of vacuums?
My boy cat's not afraid...he just sleeps through it..
Q:Stick vacuum recommendations?
Funny you should post this question...I have been researching the lightweight vacuums...have seen what others own (didn't like...too noisy, etc)....and decided on sticking with BISSELL products as I love their line. I ordered a Bissell PowerForce Compact (in fuschia color, also comes in lime and plum) for $34.87 from Walmart online....was only 97 cents to ship it to my door! I absolutely LOVE it...it only weighs 11 lbs (which is less than each of my 2 cats!) and has a smaller path than a larger, bulkier vacuum. It comes with a crevice tool and a brush. It's cyclonic and easy to clean. Filter is washable. A drawback (if you think it is) is that the cord is not as long as larger vacuums...but the machine has GREAT suction power and goes from carpet to floor with no knobs to adjust. In fact, they have outstanding customer service: it happened that my machine was missing its brush, but when I called Bissell, they quickly are sending one out (no cost of course). If you want to see it...go to walmart and search for Bissell Power Force Compact. And it's not overly noisy either! My neighbor has a Dirt Devil and that thing is horrible!! Sounds like a jet engine and drowns out everything and doesn't come with tools. I put it to the test and it maneuvers nicely...and all the cat hair banished....so very pleased with it. Another alternative for you would be to check out the vacuum/steam mop for floors that Bissell has (but that's a lot more money)...but again, it all depends on what you want the vacuum to do. All in all.....stick with Bissell...my family and friends all have good luck with their product line.
Q:what is the best bagged vacuum cleaner? I'm tired of the bagless cleaners and looking for one with a bag.?
I am going through the same thing. I hate my bagless. My sister just bought an orek and she loves it. They are pretty expensive so she found a lightly used one on OKorder and it works great. It's really quiet and light. She has a two year old that was pretrified by vacuums but this one is so quiet, she doesn't mind it.
Q:Obsessed with vacuum cleaners?
My son just turned 2 today and he loves the vacuum too. I can't hardly vacuum if he is around. I usually have to let him vacuum for a while before I can even try or he will get so upset. I have 2 types of vacuums an upright and a canister. He loves the canister the best, he likes to vacuum then when I use it he rides on the canister part. He is also obsessed with any kind of tool. If you are changing the batteries in something you better get him his own driver as he calls it. He also loves shovels, you can't hardly get anything done with him around. He also loves dosedose (bulldozers) he remembers where all of them are from here to town and will start pointing and yelling before we are even there. He also loves lawnmowers.