Rechargeable bagless handi-Vac Washable HEPA filter Charging indicator light Transparent dust container Big and easy carry handle Charging station with on board charging base With turbo nozzle 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: 2-3Kpa
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: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:Are hand vacuum cleaners noisy like the regular vacuum cleaners?
Less noisy - the noise comes from the power of the engine, and hand vacs are not as powerful. They would be more like a quiet blender.
Q:What vacuum is the best for picking up pet hair? I would like suggestions under $300.?
The Shark Navigator is a small, compact vacuum with features and capabilities similar to that of its full sized and more expensive counterparts. It is by no means a replacement for a Dyson or a Miele, however, at only $140.00, it is a good compromise between more expensive, more powerful units, and cheap vacuums that don't work at all. In our tests, the Navigator did a very good job of picking up pet hair. Consumers also report having a good experience with the Navigator removing pet hair. Shark has also just released the Navigator Lift-Away, which combines an upright vacuum and a canister into one neatly packaged vacuum cleaner. We are currently reviewing the Lift-Away and will have it posted soon. One final note, we have found that bagless vacuums are far superior to bagged vacuums when it comes to pet odor control. We’ve tested Oreck bagged vacuums with special odor control features and very expensive Miele pet vacuums with special odor inhibiting filters, and none of them really work. The only vacuums we’ve found that don’t have pet odor problems are bagless vacuums you can empty regularly, with washable filters that you can wash as often as necessary to control odors.
Q:Cat is terrified of the vacuum cleaner...?
Maybe one of your own radio stations will have it or you could email Warren Eckstein your question on his website. He is pretty good. Good luck with your problem. I know that they sure do hate those vacuum cleaners.
Q:Itching Skin - no relief help!!?
Dyson vacuum cleaners are CRAP! If I ever own one, it will be on it's way out the door to the curb (expensive heavy piece of junk Dyson) and my Kirby would still be in my home, running perfect. Dysons NEVER had good suction (and destroys carpets), while the Kirby vacuums have OUTSTANDING suction! If a retail salesman shows you how well it works (in the store), you will be amazed! But that is because the model of Dyson he is using is modified.....Buyer be ware. Dysons are just expensive heavy pieces of flimsy plastic junk and the filter is also CRAP (compared to the Kirby's Hepa filter bag)!
Q:If a vacuum cleaner was used on a miniature black hole, what would happen?
A clean black hole, I guess. Could you read about black holes, BEFORE you post?
Q:I need a new vacuum cleaner, what should I buy?
I prefer the canister cleaners. It's best all-around. You can use it for your car, too. You can't find them everywhere anymore. We have stairs in our house. Canisters are more flexible and they are not as heavy as the carpet vacuum cleaner (we have a Hoover also). We buy ours from Sears Roebuck. We pick the best one we can afford and the last one we replaced lasted us almost 20 yrs. of regular usage and then we gave it away to my husband's boss and bought a new one because I noticed that although it still worked, it had lost some suction strength. We also have a small shop vac. which I like because I needed it to pick up some rubble when work was done in our home and we also can use it to sweep our car and it's Very light. It's not a good carpet sweeper, though. No vibrating brush and we had to get an adapter to fit a smaller hose and extension tubes, plus the nozzle I didn't have already in order to sweep floor..
Q:Does anyone know of anything to hoover keyboard and get rid of crap between keys?
You can buy miniature vacuum cleaners hat are USB powered to use on your keyboard, but the £2.99 one I bought didn't have that much power to be of any use. An actual cleaner with the crevice nozzle (or upholstery nozzle if it's a powerful beast) would do fine, Alternatively, you can buy cans of compressed air that have a thin straw on the end. This can be put inbetween the keys to blast muck out. Only pop off keys if you remember where they go. Note that laptop keyboards and some other types of keys (Generally the ones that don't make a 'click' sound when pressed) don't clip straight on and could be damaged by removing them the wrong way.
Q:Do vacuum cleaners cause dirt particles to go through the air? Please answer:(?
Even with a hepa filter vacuum cleaner, you will get some dust particles too small for the filter to trap, so yes you will get some of the stuff you are trying to vacuum and capture back into the room air. Using the hepa however will make things much better. I live in a house with allergy sufferers and since going to 3-M electrostatic filters in the air handler and getting hepa filter vacuum cleaner, things are much better all around. I am called OCD all the time, but I realize that I am not, but just a bit compulsive; however I am fully aware of the condition and know that you can be miserable and sometimes immobilized, so try these things and see if they might help you.
Q:Would this be a good advertising slogan?
Good one Gerry Man. What would they be called,The New Improved Mega Power Sucks (of course new and improved is always better, fo' sure)