AEG ERGO RAPIDO 2 in 1 Vacuum Stick AG3103 £49.97 (£50.63 Delivered)
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AEG ERGO RAPIDO 2 in 1 Vacuum Stick AG3103 £49.97 (£50.63 Delivered)

£50.63£89 43% Ebuyer Deals
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Edited by:"markwigg"Found 27th Nov
I appreciate there are probably many better models out there but this is a great price for a decent brand.
Reduced from £97.97 on eBuyer but the going rate seems to be about £89 for this model. I nearly purchased from the Hughes Direct eBay store opened for £73 before seeing this.

Needs to be purchased with another item to get free delivery for purchase over £50.
So purchase with this for 66p (thanks Dragon47)

Quidco also available.

8 Comments

Good price but essentially a gimmick for pushing all but the lightest ofdirt around the floor

Thanks markwigg..have been looking for one of these for upstairs as old now (ah!) & too much to lug hoover up & down. Got it with free delivery as added a 66p tablet cover to order. Ok it is 5-6 working days but that is no problem as I wouldn't have known about it only seeing your post. Great find

couple of things about it:

seems to really dislike being pushed on carpets as it catches... you end up dragging it towards yourself instead
stupid thing has no kind of kick stand or similar. when in use. while the pic shows it upright, it's only like that when its charging., you actually have to lay it on the floor or prop it up against furniture as you're using it... if you have laminate floors and you try to rest it against a wall or similar,it tends to just keel over or slide down and clatter to the ground as the ball joint that makes it super manoueverable also means it's like propping up a drunk!

but well tidy... light and the 2 in 1 element is great.

i've never needed it for more than 15 mins at a time so no idea how long the battery would last.

this make is charged on an upright stand that is plugged into the socket. the stand also holds a couple of accessories but nothing to shout about and, if you want to use it as a hand sweeper you have to remove the stick from the stand to get at the accessories... bit of a faff but...

no idea if others are better as who goes around collecting them like phones?
Edited by: "marineville" 28th Nov

laminad1238 h, 41 m ago

Good price but essentially a gimmick for pushing all but the lightest …Good price but essentially a gimmick for pushing all but the lightest ofdirt around the floor


Actually, the concept translate quite well in use. I have a Morphy Richards one I got a couple of years ago from Amazon, and they are great if you have a lot of tiled/laminate flooring. It has a good charging stand, fold down handle. good battery life, and is easier on some occasions than lugging out the main vacuum or my robot vacuum.

I agree they are useful as a secondary vacuum, but I seem to spend more time emptying it and unblocking the bristles/airways than using it.

more form over function
Edited by: "laminad123" 28th Nov

Original Poster

Hadn't spotted free delivery over £50! So i've cancelled and re-orderd with the tablet cover, thanks very much! Post also updated.
dragon4711 h, 50 m ago

Thanks markwigg..have been looking for one of these for upstairs as old …Thanks markwigg..have been looking for one of these for upstairs as old now (ah!) & too much to lug hoover up & down. Got it with free delivery as added a 66p tablet cover to order. Ok it is 5-6 working days but that is no problem as I wouldn't have known about it only seeing your post. Great find

We have similar and the suction is SO poor it’s pointless. You’d prob have to use it for an hour+ to make up for the minutes it would take to get the proper vac from another room and plug it in.
Total waste (and ours is a 25V one so meant to be better/stronger but isn’t).

We’ve just been to Lidl and saw a similar one £49.99 with 3 years warranty.
There’s still a few left. I couldn’t find it on Lidl's website, but I found one on ebay, just for reference.
I thought I’d just let you guys know.
ebay.co.uk/p/S…000
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