a)Rechargeable vacuum cleaner for cordless operation;
b)9.6V and 60W power for long time powerful cordless using; c)With Crevice nozzle and furniature brush;
d)Store easier charger base with multifunction;
e)With decorative light for luxury design
Output voltage:9.6V DC
Loading quantity:720pcs/20' 1696pcs/40'HQ
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Q:Does wet vacuum cleaners can suck water on floor?
You okorder.com... . These ate designed for wet water pick up what you have is designed for carpet and bare floors only. Best of luck
Q:What brand or type of vacuum is the most effective and most affordable?
1. Stay away from Dyson, they are high-priced disposables as you will see if you visit the nearest tip = there are always loads of them there. 2. Vacuum cleaners need a certain amount of maintenance which most folk can't be bothered to do so the cleaners fail. It takes me less than an hour once a month to clean out stuff such as long hairs from the rotating bush mechanism and apply a spot of light oil here and there. 3. They are made to suck up dust and small items of debris such as grit particles and small leaves. Avoid trying to suck up large and claggy items such as cat or dog poop, chewing gum and thongs which will definitely wreck the cleaner. 4. Oh yes and what is the make of my now four year old lightweight cleaner? It's a VAX which cost me around $130.
Q:Rainbow vacuum cleaners....?
Works great - maybe the best. BUT...it is a big hassle! I love the ease and thoroughness of a Dyson ball! Easy to empty, you don't pull it around and it is always ready in a moment's notice! The Dyson does a wonderful job with greater ease. The cost is only a fraction of the Rainbow also. barb
Q:Is this another rip off vacuum?
i've had my shark navigator for over a year and it's just like new. we've 4 long hair rescue cats and the machine's used almost daily somewhere in the house. even gets all the litter up off the tile floor. terrific suckion. great price . can be found at target, walgreen, best buy, online at shark, on tv ads. priced very well and is better at getting job done than my costly dyson animal vac
Q:find local parts for dirtdevel vacuum cleaners?
Small appliance repair shop
Q:Good Vacuum cleaners?
The miele stick vac is great, it plugs in and has tons of power. Miele, Riccar and Sebo would be the best ones you can buy Be careful of consumer reports, they don't rate everything and honestly half the time they're wrong.
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:I just applied for this job and was wondering if it sounded like scam?
My ex-husband got ripped off by someone selling a vacuum cleaner door to door.... $1600 later I was stuck with a vacuum cleaner that sucked (or rather...didn't suck!).... that is also one of the reasons why he is an ex.... he got custody of the sucky non-sucking vacuum cleaner!!!! Get out very quickly... don't let yourself get caught up in this. You don't have a clue who is on the other side of the door and quite honestly, the customer whose door you knock on doesn't have a clue who you are. Door to Door sales is a thing of the past.... don't fall for this scam... If you feel obliged to follow through, however, I know where there is one sucky non-sucking vacuum cleaner that I am sure the owner would be willing to part with after all these years!!!!
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Q:Okay, friends, a question about vacuums?
Well, I've had a Kirby since 1979 and it's still going strong. I've always had cats and dogs and whatever other critters in the house. They're expensive - I think I paid close to $500 when I bought it with all the attachments - rug shampooer, carpet cleaner, etc - but considering I've had it over 30 years, I've gotten my money's worth. I've only had to replace the belt twice. I think they cost about $6 last time I bought one.