portable vacuum cleaner with uv light for bed  

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Power:300W

Voltage : 220V 50HZ, 300w

Noise:≤85db 

Cable & plug : 4M VED Plug

Suction:≥8Kpa

Certification:CE,RoHS,PSE

 

Feature 

 

1.UV Bed Vacuum cleaner with vibration pad

-UV 99% bacteria killing

-Dual suction entries patented

2.No telescopic tube, just for bed and sofa use only

3.Killing mites & bacteria through UV light

4.Universal wheel pneumatic to brush, It's easy to operate,nowhere for deep dust to hide 

 

 

 

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