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65mm High Robotic Vacuum Cleaner,  Home Appliance

Model No. : TO-RSW(A)


1. Auto sweep, no need to take care.
2. Removes up to 98% of dirt.
3. Ultra thin design, can clean narrow spaces over 66mm.
4. Side brush can clean the edges and corners.
5. 240mm sweeping width.
6. Easy to empty the dust by pressing the release button.
7. 0.3L dust bin capacity.
8. 3 timer options: 10min, 20min, and max.
9. Can use several times for a full charged cycle.
10. Can detect the walls or furniture before bumping.
11. Stop outside of the bed or other furniture, easy to find.
12. Flexible operation for different size rooms, the battery and motor can use

13. Easy to change the battery.


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Q:Would this be a good vacuum cleaner?
Never buy used vacuums.
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:Anyone have a Hepa Air Cleaners?
Has not anything in any respect to do with radiation. HEPA, I have no idea the distinctive terminology HOWEVER: High Efficiency Particles ----some thing. It relatively does use a prime voltage electric area to suck very tiny debris out of the air that passes by way of it. Some of the filters are simply filters. Others use prime voltage to energise a distinct filter out to Ionize the passing filth/spores, and many others., to get them out of the air. When searching for those matters cross to the Consumer Reports web page to uncover out which of them paintings and which of them are simply fakes!
Q:Who to sell Kirby vacuum cleaners to?
Odds are you won't be selling to hotels/motels hotel maids want something light vacuums some of the more common ones are either the Oreck or Windsor Versamatic the Kirby while an excellent vacuum costs more than an oreck it would be kind of cumbersome for a maids cart. Cleaning companies sometimes use older models due to cost i would stick with residential customers
Q:Do girls with really long hair shed a lot and does it mess up your vacuum cleaners?
My hair doesn't shed ^__*
Q:Quiet vacuum that will not scare my toddler.?
He'll get used to it. Try finding him a toy one so that he can help you. My toddler likes to hold the vacuum and have power over it. He has stopped crying, unlike my neighbour who has a toddler with a fear and she has just stopped vacuuming!!
Q:what are the faults that occur in a vacuum cleaner & how to rectify them ? thanx a lot?
given your level of knowledge about vacuum cleaners my best advice would be throw away the broken one and buy a new one. But let's say you decided not to take that advice. Then take the broken machine to a professional repairman. Let's say you didn't want to do that either. First let me warn you again that one of the first two solutions are your best bet. So you can't afford a new vacuum cleaner or to pay someone else to fix it. Ok. Unplug it from the wall. Check the plug and power chord carefully. Look for anything broken or bent. Replace any broken, bent or worn parts. By the way, make sure the outlet is functional. Take something you know is working and plug into the same outlet. If the working item does not work in that particular outlet then the outlet is broken. If the forgoing did not fix the machine then you really, really need to go with the first or second suggestion. If you can't then you have to open up the machine and see if you can find out anything wrong with the innards. Before doing that, check the vacuum hose, intake and filter. Make sure that none of these is clogged or broken. Replace any broken parts and clear any clogs. If you have to open up the machine then we are out of my depth. Yes I could tell you that after you make very, very, VERY, certain that the damn thing is not plugged into the wall, use a volt ohm meter to check the continuity of the wires and replace any broken ones. But if you don't know what a volt ohm meter is, you need to give this project up before hurt yourself.
Q:Vacuum reviews?
Everyone's going to say get a DYSON.. Well, they are about $500 and I'm sure they are nice, but like you I don't have that to throw around.. Having said, consider taking your old vacuum for servicing.. It may only need an overall clean and check, belt replaced etc... Also, it may be good to take your dog to a groomer once a month and have him/her brushed throughly to prevent all the shedding... If you are set on getting a new vacuum I have an upright HOOVER SAVVY and I love it.. It's roughly $200 and I even vacuum my dog with the attachments I've had it for 4 yrs and it's been great. However, we did purchase the extended warranty for the extra $100 for 3 extra yrs.. That has been a lifesaver ! I've only had to replace my filter 2x ($40) each and the warranty has covered everything else.. I have my vacuum whether it needs it or not serviced at least 2x a yr... So, the warranty has paid for itself.... Good luck...
Q:Is the Hoover Tempo Widepath a good starter vacuum?
Check out Masons they are experts on vacuum cleaners...
Q:cat fur and vacuums...Help?
I don't have a cat and my kids torment me so I torment the fish in the tank by making them believe I'll feed them soon. You know, as soon as you open the tank, the all swim to the surface !! LOL !!!

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