Vacuum Cleaner Bagless Cyclonic style with ERP certificate#MC602

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  • Type: Cyclone

  • Installation: Canister

  • Bag Or Bagless: Bagless

  • Function: Dry

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

  • Power (W): 2000

  • Voltage (V): 230

  • Model Number: MC602

    Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland)

  • Input Power: 1600W,1800W,2000W

  • Voltage: 100~120V,220~240V

  • Speed control: Yes

  • Suction Power: 60W-350W

  • Cable length: 4.83M

  • Dust cup capacity: 3.5L

  • Noise (DBA): ≤78

  • Vacuum(KPA): >22

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:Color box
Delivery Detail:25-30 days after receipt of deposit

Specifications

new handle make product more high class 
big power and big capacity 
exclusive 7 filtering system 

  

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Bagless Vacuum Cleaners introduction

Bagless vacuum cleaner feature a removable dust storage container, which can be emptied into your refuse bin when full. This is a simple method of maintaining your vacuum cleaner and making sure it doesn't lose suction. The advantage of this bagless system over a bagged vacuum cleaner is that it is more environmentally friendly, and avoids the need to purchase dust bags, thus saving you money.

FAQ

Is it best to go for a more powerful vacuum cleaner?

The power of a vacuum cleaner’s motor is measured in Watts. The higher the Wattage the better it will clean, as long as the machine is well designed with good air flow and suction power too. However, the higher the wattage, the noisier the machine will be. With upright vacuum cleaners. you don’t need to have so much wattage or suction power as you do with a cylinder cleaner as the dirt has less distance to travel before it reaches the bag or dust container. The type of brushes are more of an important consideration with uprights than the power. You don’t always want to have a vacuum cleaner operating at full power for example, when cleaning upholstery or curtains, so it’s useful to be able to adjust the power level yourself.

Which attachments should I look out for?

Most vacuum cleaners come with three attachments, a crevice tool, upholstery and dusting brushes and a small head which is best for vacuuming stairs. You can also get additional turbo brushes which have their own motor for extra suction which are useful for cleaning deep-pile carpets or a power cleaning head which has electrically powered rotating brushes. A hard-floor or parquet brush is useful for wooden or tiled floors. Some cleaners have extendable tubes which are useful for hard to reach areas like cobwebs in the corners of ceilings.

I have a large house? What should I look out for?

Look for a cleaner with a large cleaning head – this will help cut down the amount of time it takes to vacuum a room. Also get as long a lead as you can get to cut down on the number of times you have to unplug the lead and plug it in again. You may also want to consider getting a model with a large capacity dust collector or bag so that you don’t have to empty it as frequently. If you have a lot of stairs, you may want to get a cylinder model with a long stretchy stair-cleaning hose.

 

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Hello, I don't have much time but here's some advice. (I'm a vac tech at a vacuum shop) Stay away from all bagless machines (yes that includes the dyson). They don't filter well, they won't last as long as a bagged machine, and they don't have as much air flow as a bagged machine Riccar makes a good vacuum for under 400.00, and it will last you 10+ years. Riccar also makes some cheaper vacuums under the name Carpet Pro. They are good as well. Stay away from the cheap box store brands like dirt devil, eureka, bissell etc also New electrolux and hoovers are bad. Kirby's are overpriced and are a pain, and orecks don't work well (try the riccar supra lite if you like the oreck) Riccar is the vest value. Panasonic, Simplicity and Sanyo are good machines. (Sebo also but they are 400+) If you can, go to a vacuum store. They will have much better vacuum then a cheapy from walmart. Any vacuum can clean, but not all vacuums will retain the dirt, filter, clean well, last a long time, are easy to use, have a good warranty....Riccar fills all those criteria. Good luck
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