Rechargeable bagless handi-Vac Transparent dust container with easy opening design Dust separating design Washable HEPA filter Charging indicator light Multi-accessories for different cleaning function Charging time: 8-10 Hours Working tie: 10-15 mins
Rated adaptor voltage: 3.6V/4.8V
Dust capacity: 1.2L
Adaptor: 1.8M cord length, comply with ERP
Vacuum Kpa: 2-3Kpa
Injection color with highlight spray
1pc per gift box
Gift box size: 450*130*210mm
4pcs per export carton
Carton size: 465*425*260mm
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Q:How to repair the starting switch of vacuum cleaner?
If there is a problem in the circuit or if the switch is detected, please disconnect the switch and replace it with a special replacement part
Q:fear of Vacuum cleaners?
we had a dog that had this... she would always go and run and hide under the bed... but she was a BIG dog... I mean, the bed had 2 legs up in the air and was quivering with her breathing
Q:What brands of vacuum cleaners are the best and not too expensive?
I have gone through numerous sweepers to find the best one for pet hair and the best one is the Oreck. It is expensive though, about 300.00 but worth every penny.
Q:Do auto or robotic home and above ground pool vacuum cleaners work?
I just bought a house 2 months ago and I saw a couple of houses with above ground pools and quite honestly, they were not a bonus, but a big money pit in my eyes. Unless your pool is in nearly PERFECT condition and the deck is big, useable and clean, then it's probably not helping you. Personally, I'd remove the pool and repair the yard where it was - even turn it into a garden spot or something. Pools in general are huge money pits and an above ground pool is never going to last like an in-ground one, so I think buyers will be turned off. Not to mention, most people who have an above ground pool don't live in a neighborhood that has the value to support the pool's cost or the size of yard to really fit it properly. It ends up looking desperate and crammed into a tiny yard. My vote is to remove it.
Two schools of thought here. For less than a hundred bucks you can buy and upright, and it will work, but you will wear it out because it doesn't really work as well or efficiently as the more expensive models. But, because they are cheap you can afford to replace them as needed. I have tried a lot of them, the Fantom Fury was always breaking down, clogging up, in the shop, and it was almost $500. What a waste. I have a Eureka now, about $250 and it works well.
Q:When did Amish people stop using elephants as vacuum cleaners?
when they found the Crumb Pet Table Top Vacuum - Black Sheep
Q:Where can I find parts for my Panasonic vacuum?
Try panasonic's website but seriously these days vacuum cleaners are so cheap to buy it is hardly worth the bother or effort of getting them repaired let alone the cost. Take a look at the Bissell website and their special offers I think you will see what I mean if you do.
Q:Will future vacuum cleaners have a small black hole to improve suction?
No, they'll have a large black hole to really improve suction.
Q:Where can I find out where Real People can tell me what they think about different brands of vacuum cleaners?
I have a KIRBY G-6. Wouldn't take anything for it. Self-propelled, Sucks up all dirt and will get the stains up too, with the shampoo attachment.
Q:how much air does a rainbow vacuum move?
Check out vacuum cleaners at a public library in a magazine called Consumer Reports. If you do not get an answer there, try the rainbow web site.