Morphy Richards Supervac Pro Cordless Vacuum (734005) at Amazon for £79.99
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Morphy Richards Supervac Pro Cordless Vacuum (734005) at Amazon for £79.99

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Found 22nd Dec 2017Edited by:"NitrousUK"
Amazon daily deal, expires midnight.
Cheapest I've seen this was £109.99 at Amazon last week, and it's freqently been £160-200+ in the last month.
I have a similar model and found it so good I bought 5 more as presents for xmas. Huge amount of power, I've done away with the corded vacuum as its redundant. Offers 30 minutes runtime. The spinning brush works well on carpets.
It's been noted it's 18v, but bare in mind this does not equate to power.
More info on suction power here: Vacuum Suction Guide

Reviews are excellent:
Amazon 4.7/5
-Amazon Reviews

Manufacturer info here: morphyrichards.co.uk/pro…tml
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only 18v... there's bigger and better out there, i'd suggest.

if you're only after 18v, i picked up a vax 2-in-1 for £30 from homebase yesterday... also saw a hoover 'plugged in' (or out), down to £30 too (in northampton, weedon road but national, i think?)

not a recommendation... just passing info on...
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marineville30 m ago

only 18v... there's bigger and better out there, i'd suggest.if you're …only 18v... there's bigger and better out there, i'd suggest.if you're only after 18v, i picked up a vax 2-in-1 for £30 from homebase yesterday... also saw a hoover 'plugged in' (or out), down to £30 too (in northampton, weedon road but national, i think?)not a recommendation... just passing info on...


Something to note, is that volts is not a direct measurement of suction power, or even power in general. Air watts would be the best measure, but is rarely quoted. Volts needs amps for electrical power, and then there's efficiency in converting this into suction. I have the 32v version of this vacuum, and found the suction of this 18v model to be very similar and difficult to differentiate. As an example if you had 32v vacuum running at 1 amp, that's 32w of power, if you have an 18v vacuum running at 1.77 amps would also be 32w of power.
More info here: Vacuum power guide
You'll also see that this guide doesn't even mention volts as a measure of power. Imho, it's a marketing gimmick.

I would suggest at least trying this vacuum or checking out the reviews to see how people point out the power of the vacuum, before assuming it would be less powerful than a higher voltage vacuum.
Edited by: "NitrousUK" 22nd Dec 2017
NitrousUK47 m ago

Something to note, is that volts is not a direct measurement of suction …Something to note, is that volts is not a direct measurement of suction power, or even power in general. Air watts would be the best measure, but is rarely quoted. Volts needs amps for electrical power, and then there's efficiency in converting this into suction. I have the 32v version of this vacuum, and found the suction of this 18v model to be very similar and difficult to differentiate. As an example if you had 32v vacuum running at 1 amp, that's 32w of power, if you have an 18v vacuum running at 1.77 amps would also be 32w of power. More info here: Vacuum power guideYou'll also see that this guide doesn't even mention volts as a measure of power. Imho, it's a marketing gimmick.I would suggest at least trying this vacuum or checking out the reviews to see how people point out the power of the vacuum, before assuming it would be less powerful than a higher voltage vacuum.


i just meant for longer duration... but if 15mins will do you (most 2 bd flats will do with a 15 min use) then 18v's is more than adequate, imo.
I really need to visit specsavers 'cause I thought the picture showed a parrot on a perch!
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marineville2 m ago

i just meant for longer duration... but if 15mins will do you (most 2 bd …i just meant for longer duration... but if 15mins will do you (most 2 bd flats will do with a 15 min use) then 18v's is more than adequate, imo.


The runtime on this model is 30mins.
have some heat, ordered.
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