Rechargeable Vacuum Cleaner for Home and Car

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SHIMONO rechargeable  vacuum cleaner for home and car

The 115th Canton Fair Booth No.:9.3L 34,35,36 

SVC1015-D is SHIMONO  new arriveal, it works with Pro-Cyclone technolgoy, which can keep dust far away from the filter, well protect the filter. Besides, the new items has it's feature, it's the stainless steel filter and the PC material, more durable

 

Specifications:

 

Item No.:SVC1015-D
Material:ABS,PC
Power:80W
Input:DC7.2V
Feature:Pro-Cyclone technology
OEM:OK
Certification:CE,RoHS 

 

 

Packing Informations:

 

Size of gift box:430x155x150mm
Size of carton box:445x325x465mm
Qty./CTN:6pcs
G.W.:13.0KGS
N.W.:12.0KGS
QTY/20GP:2520PCS
QTY/40GP:5400PCS
QTY/40HQ:5700PCS

 

 

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Payment terms:TT
Sample delivery:7-10days
Mass production delivery:45days after order
Port of loading:Ningbo/Shanghai
MOQ:1000pcs

 

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Q:why are cats afraid of vacuums?
Because they are scaredy cats
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Q:Miele Vacuum Cleaner?
we have a Miele Blue Moon. We also had a very hairy dog. But we bought it because of allergies. it picks up and keeps dust mite droppings which no other vacuum does. but you have to change the HEPA once a year for it to do that. The bags and hepa are rather costly but we have had it 9 years and it works great. The only other tip I'd give is keep the height setting one setting higher if you find it is overheating when you vacuum. we have shag carpet so it was overheating the powerhead set at 1. We love it and it definitely works better than the less expensive models.
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For the best answers, search on this site https://shorturl.im/axK2O Definitely get the Dyson. We've got a Dyson (yellow) and it works wonderfully! We've got a Labby who sheds enough in a week to put together a whole new puppy and the Dyson stands up to the challenge. We also live in a semi-sandy area and the Dyson keeps the rugs from being gritty. By design the Dyson is modular and you can take it apart where clogs generally occur that decrease suction. If it doesn't clean properly you haven't cleaned it properly. It is also great for people with allergies because it doesn't kick up dust and dirt and put it back into the air. If you're serious about cleaning, pick up your Dyson today! (Thus ends bound's Dyson infomercial!)
Q:Stick vacuum recommendations?
Funny you should post this question...I have been researching the lightweight vacuums...have seen what others own (didn't like...too noisy, etc)....and decided on sticking with BISSELL products as I love their line. I ordered a Bissell PowerForce Compact (in fuschia color, also comes in lime and plum) for $34.87 from Walmart online....was only 97 cents to ship it to my door! I absolutely LOVE it...it only weighs 11 lbs (which is less than each of my 2 cats!) and has a smaller path than a larger, bulkier vacuum. It comes with a crevice tool and a brush. It's cyclonic and easy to clean. Filter is washable. A drawback (if you think it is) is that the cord is not as long as larger vacuums...but the machine has GREAT suction power and goes from carpet to floor with no knobs to adjust. In fact, they have outstanding customer service: it happened that my machine was missing its brush, but when I called Bissell, they quickly are sending one out (no cost of course). If you want to see it...go to walmart and search for Bissell Power Force Compact. And it's not overly noisy either! My neighbor has a Dirt Devil and that thing is horrible!! Sounds like a jet engine and drowns out everything and doesn't come with tools. I put it to the test and it maneuvers nicely...and all the cat hair banished....so very pleased with it. Another alternative for you would be to check out the vacuum/steam mop for floors that Bissell has (but that's a lot more money)...but again, it all depends on what you want the vacuum to do. All in all.....stick with Bissell...my family and friends all have good luck with their product line.

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