Cyclonic style vacuum cleaner with ERP Class B#C620

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Model: C620


Product Specifications:


1pc dust cup,Cable length 4.8M, 1PC HOSE,2pcs plastic tubes,2pcs Plastic brush,Giftbox Packing

Optional accessories:

1pc metallic tube,1pc Plastic brush, Nozzles



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Dust Capacity



AC 100V-240V

Rated power


Cord length








5.2/5.8kg(gift box)


420*300*325mm(gift box)

Vacuum (Kpa)



Multi-stage filtration system


Silent design low noise

High suction power

No consuming material

Easy carrying handle

Easy empty dust cup

Power control on body(optional)

Soft start(optional)

Automatic cord rewinder

With block fail safe

Additional Info.

Trademark:OEM, ODM

Packing:Gift Box / Export Cartons

Standard:CE, GS, CB, EMC,ROHS


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