intelligent dust detection and spot cleaning: when vaccun cleaner found a lot of dust, it can change cleaning mode automatically and improve the cleaning efficiency.
front anti-collision and anti-drop sensitive sensors
two strong side brushes make cleaning more efficiently and thoroughly
1500mAh battery, charging 4 hours, work 90 minutes
suitable for home or office floors, woodiness floor,artificial plastic floor, waterproof carpet, ceramic tile, undercoat carpet
remote controller x1 adaptor x1 charging base x1
side brush x2 filter x3 cleaning brush x1
battery x1 user manual x1
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Q:Does anyone happen to know the name of those vacuum cleaners that travel room to room on their own?
Q:What vacuum is the best for picking up pet hair? I would like suggestions under $300.?
The Shark Navigator is a small, compact vacuum with features and capabilities similar to that of its full sized and more expensive counterparts. It is by no means a replacement for a Dyson or a Miele, however, at only $140.00, it is a good compromise between more expensive, more powerful units, and cheap vacuums that don't work at all. In our tests, the Navigator did a very good job of picking up pet hair. Consumers also report having a good experience with the Navigator removing pet hair. Shark has also just released the Navigator Lift-Away, which combines an upright vacuum and a canister into one neatly packaged vacuum cleaner. We are currently reviewing the Lift-Away and will have it posted soon. One final note, we have found that bagless vacuums are far superior to bagged vacuums when it comes to pet odor control. We’ve tested Oreck bagged vacuums with special odor control features and very expensive Miele pet vacuums with special odor inhibiting filters, and none of them really work. The only vacuums we’ve found that don’t have pet odor problems are bagless vacuums you can empty regularly, with washable filters that you can wash as often as necessary to control odors.
Q:My little brother hates vacuum cleaners.?
Lol he will probaly be fine. He is just a little kid who is probaly startled by the loud noises the vacuum makes. As he gets older he will learn it is nothing to be afraid of. In the mean time just vacuum when he is not home
Q:What is a decent inexpensive vacuum cleaner to buy?
about 6 months ago i bought a BISSELL vac for $79 at target. read many good reviews about it and the sucking power. it was all true! it is absolutely a great vacuum and cheap too. it will pick up stuff you never thought was there.
Q:What pool vacuums/ cleaners works with Intex above ground pools?
Q:vaccum cleaner spreading dust & bacteria?
Time to get into the 21st century----if you or a loved one has allergies, you may want to look into a Dyson.....they are the only vacuums out there that truly clean the air and do not pollute it with what you suck out of the carpets.......especially if you are renting. They run between 300/500 dollars- yes, pricey, but they last a lifetime.......there's no bag and the $500 picks up dander and dust mites.........I know, I bought one because my daughter is severely allergic.......so, if you can't afford a dyson yet, go for a bagless model- one where the dirt is sucked into a bucket- which you empty-- that has air filters you replace, and clean it every time you use it.....there are some for around 100 and do a decent job.....but cannot get rid of dust mites, dander or fleas........
Q:Have the amount of murders by strangulation using a vacuum cleaner power cable decreased since the invention of cordless cleaners?
never crossed my mind
Q:Why are diesel locomotives noisy?
power makes noise. sure, the noise could be muffled better -- which would reduce power output and require more engines burning more fuel to move the same total load. why don't locomotives use less noisy engines? effectively the only less noisy engine is third rail electric. [gas turbines can't be used -- the gas is explosive in ordinary air and thus huge hazard in derailment or other accident.] third rail electric is very expensive of installation cost -- so much so that it is impractical [too expensive] for all but the most frequently used trackage.
Q:Which vacuum cleaner has the best edge cleaner to get around baseboards?
All around, Hoover and Electrolux make about the best vacuum cleaners.
Q:Is it worth it to get an old (circa 1950s) Electrolux vacuum fixed?
Most probably,it depends if you can get the parts,i would buy a new one and you could sell the old one to a collector of antique vacuum cleaners You have had a blo*dey good run out of it 50 years