Mini Bagged canister vacuum cleaner #B607

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Product Description:

Model: B607

 

Best features:

1, Classical cute design;

2, Dust full indicator;

3, Automatic cord rewinder;

4, Speed control on body (Optional);

5, Airflow control on handle;

 

 

 

Product Specifications:

1000W-1400W nominal power

Cord length 4.5m

Dust bag capacity 1.5L

 

 

Packing and shipping information:

Product size: 300*220*198mm

GB size: 380*280*250mm

Load qty (20'/40'/40H'): 1150/2350/2650pcs

 

 

Additional Info.

Trademark:OEM, ODM

Packing:Gift Box / Export Cartons

Standard:CE, GS, EMF, EMC

Origin:China


Quick Details

  • Type: Ultra Fine Air Filter

  • Installation: Canister

  • Bag Or Bagless: With Bag

  • Function: Dry

  • Certification: CE, EMC, EMF, GS, RoHS

  • Power (W): 1400

  • Model Number: B607

  • Place of Origin: China (Mainland)

Packaging

Selling Units:Single item
Single package size:30X22X20 CM
Single gross weight:2.1 KG


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Q:Quiet vacuum that will not scare my toddler.?
I HATE the sound of vacuum cleaners and have never found one that doesn't hit the pitch that drives me bonkers, but Dyson makes one that fairly quiet for several hundred dollars. Just keep in mind that it still whines so if you son has an issue with pitch or the whole combo of big, loud machine sucking up everything is part of the freak out, it might not help and it will set you back a small fortune. That said, my hubby does the vacuuming for me and despite our daughter freaking out at every loud noise, he's managed to be so silly while he's doing it that she tries to find bits it misses or in corners for daddy to suck up. Basically at first he'd hold her while he vacuumed and then he'd get out the hose attachment and have her hold out her hand to feel the air. Then he'd show her what it was doing and say stuff like Isn't it cool! how it just ate up all the dirt? She'll still get upset when something gets stuck in the hose and motor's noise changes, but it's not a trauma, she'll just cover her ears. p.s. avoid bathrooms with hand dryers, these are the same type of noise, but even louder because they echo so bad.
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Get a Roomba robotic floor cleaner. I love mine. It does a great job and really isnt that noisey. Oh, I did I say it does it all by its self.
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Hi, you need a good shop vac. with a flexible wand to do a good job. Also use one that you are not planning on using for anything else after you are done.

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