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Polti Forzaspira Slim SR100 Blue or Green Stick Vacuum, Manufacturer Refurbished, 12 Month Warranty, Free P+P, £69 @ Polti UK ebay
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Polti Forzaspira Slim SR100 Blue or Green Stick Vacuum, Manufacturer Refurbished, 12 Month Warranty, Free P+P, £69 @ Polti UK ebay

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Posted 4th Oct
Manufacturer refurbished "to new", 1 year manufacturer warranty, not always in original box.

£69 with free p+p at Polti UK ebay factory shop.

Green available here - ebay.co.uk/itm…ImU

Forzaspira Slim SR100 is the rechargeable multifunction vacuum cleaner to eliminate dust even in the most difficult to reach areas like drawers and wardrobes, but also armchairs and car interiors.

Lightweight and handy, it reaches anywhere; the cyclone technology and the 21.9 Volt Lithium Ion battery guarantee high performance and autonomy up to 50 minutes, for long cleaning sessions without interruptions.

Equipped with a motorized brush with LED lights, it helps you to find even the most hidden dirt, cleaning all floors in the house, including carpets and rugs.

  • 2 in 1 wireless rechargeable vacuum cleaner
  • working autonomy up to 50 minutes
  • cyclonic system
  • 3 filtration stages
  • Washable HEPA 10 filter
  • Motorized brush with LED lights
  • Small surface cleaning kit included




Technical specifications

  • Working autonomy Up to 50 min
  • Battery 21.9V /Lithium
  • Dirt collection tank capacity 0,5 l
  • Weight 2,6 KG
  • Suction adjustment Yes
  • dBA 72
  • Stick vacuum / 2 in 1 Yes
  • LED brush Yes
  • Accessories included 4
  • Filtration stages 3
  • Technology Cyclonic
  • Battery charge time 4 hours
  • Outflow filter type Hepa 10 Washable
  • EAN 8007411012341


Accessories


SUCTION NOZZLE WITH NYLON BRISTLESSuitable for vacuuming upholstered furniture, shelves and bookcases. The bristles have a slight abrasive action to remove the most difficult dirt.


LANCESuitable for vacuuming upholstered furniture, shelves and bookcases. The bristles have a slight abrasive action to remove the most difficult dirt.


PARKING STATIONTo park Forzaspira SLIM after the usage and have it always at your fingertips.


BATTERY CHARGER

The battery charger can be connected to any power source, to recharge the vacuum cleaner in only 4h.
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Looks very similar to and has same spec as lidl vac on sale at 49.99

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worthinger04/10/2019 13:57

Looks very similar to and has same spec as lidl vac on sale at …Looks very similar to and has same spec as lidl vac on sale at 49.99https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lidl-cordless-hoover-3299694


Not the same vacuum at all and different specs. A similar style yes, but you could say the same about a lot of cordless vacuums.
Edited by: "norfolkbroadslim" 4th Oct
The cheapest I can see this NEW is at Ideal World - £109.99 + £5.99 p+p. RRP is £249.99.
norfolkbroadslim04/10/2019 14:33

Not the same vacuum at all and different specs. A similar style yes, but …Not the same vacuum at all and different specs. A similar style yes, but you could say the same about a lot of cordless vacuums.


OK, so highlight the differences?

Other than the lidl one has a three warranty and a hepa 13 filter. Both of which are an improvement on this item.

Oh and a shorter charging time and bigger dust Reservoir.
Edited by: "worthinger" 4th Oct
worthinger04/10/2019 15:05

OK, so highlight the differences?Other than the lidl one has a three …OK, so highlight the differences?Other than the lidl one has a three warranty and a hepa 13 filter. Both of which are an improvement on this item.Oh and a shorter charging time and bigger dust Reservoir.



The Lidl one also has a longer warranty, shorter charge time and bigger dust capacity than many of the leading brands, including vacuums costing hundreds of pounds from Shark, Dyson, Vax, Bosch etc etc.

Does that make the Lidl vacuum cleaner better than all of them?

Makes you wonder why everyone isn't using 50 quid Lidl vacuum cleaners then doesn't it!
Edited by: "norfolkbroadslim" 4th Oct
norfolkbroadslim04/10/2019 17:16

The Lidl one also has a longer warranty, shorter charge time and bigger …The Lidl one also has a longer warranty, shorter charge time and bigger dust capacity than many of the leading brands, including vacuums costing hundreds of pounds from Shark, Dyson, Vax, Bosch etc etc. Does that make the Lidl vacuum cleaner better than all of them? Makes you wonder why everyone isn't using 50 quid Lidl vacuum cleaners then doesn't it!


Maybe because they only sell them twice a year in small quantities in each store. Lidl use items like this a loss leaders to draw people towards their stores.

Some (lots of) consumers are brand oriented and believe that the more you pay the better quality you get. This is correct a lot of the time but not always. Lidl buying power will be well beyond that of many manufacturers and can match in quality at a lower price for small cost items like these. In my experience people are rarely disappointed with Lidl/Aldi electrical goods.

Does more expensive means better? If Lidl just upped the price to £300 would that make their vac better than this? If they sold it for 10p would that make it worse?

I've had a couple of Dysons neither of them were any better than the Vax I have now. The vax was 1/3 of the price.

Does the fact that this seller have lots of refurbs to sell not make you question the quality? RRP of £249 but being sold at £109 new elsewhere? Inflated RRP doesn't ensure quality either.

Lidl vac has longer warranty and is an easier return with no quibble guarantee.

I bought one of the Lidl models and it works very well. Since I'm not going to buy one of these as well I'll make my comparison based on the available specs and my own experience.

The only plus i would give this is that it appears to have an aluminium stem - but it may just be silver plastic.
Edited by: "worthinger" 4th Oct
worthinger04/10/2019 17:39

Maybe because they only sell them twice a year in small quantities in each …Maybe because they only sell them twice a year in small quantities in each store. Lidl use items like this a loss leaders to draw people towards their stores. Some (lots of) consumers are brand oriented and believe that the more you pay the better quality you get. This is correct a lot of the time but not always. Lidl buying power will be well beyond that of many manufacturers and can match in quality at a lower price for small cost items like these. In my experience people are rarely disappointed with Lidl/Aldi electrical goods.Does more expensive means better? If Lidl just upped the price to £300 would that make their vac better than this? If they sold it for 10p would that make it worse?I've had a couple of Dysons neither of them were any better than the Vax I have now. The vax was 1/3 of the price.Does the fact that this seller have lots of refurbs to sell not make you question the quality? RRP of £249 but being sold at £109 new elsewhere? Inflated RRP doesn't ensure quality either.Lidl vac has longer warranty and is an easier return with no quibble guarantee.I bought one of the Lidl models and it works very well. Since I'm not going to buy one of these as well I'll make my comparison based on the available specs and my own experience.The only plus i would give this is that it appears to have an aluminium stem - but it may just be silver plastic.


Are you honestly trying to claim that the Lidl vac is one of the best on the market regardless of price?

Yes the polti does indeed have an aluminium stem.

I completely agree with you that price does not always guarantee quality. However, I doubt Lidl are taking a hit of hundreds of pounds on each vac. The Lidl vac with a brand name on might well be a £79/£89 vac. But it will still be built down to a price.

Looking at specs alone is no worthwhile guide for how a product performs in the real world or it's quality. As I stated, the selected specs you listed from the Lidl vac 'better' many of the leading brands at much higher prices. I would doubt very much that it would outperform all of them in effectiveness, quality and longevity.

I am struggling to see your obsession with trying to compare the Lidl vac with this one, other than to try and harm this post as it brings nothing worthwhile. Furthermore, and even though I don't think they are comparable, as you yourself have stated, the Lidl vac is only available twice a year and in very small quantities at each store.

If you are happy with your £49 Lidl vac then that is all that matters. I won't be continuing this evidently interminable debate with you any longer.
good post
btw they've gone now you can come from behind the sofa
norfolkbroadslim04/10/2019 23:27

Are you honestly trying to claim that the Lidl vac is one of the best on …Are you honestly trying to claim that the Lidl vac is one of the best on the market regardless of price? Yes the polti does indeed have an aluminium stem. I completely agree with you that price does not always guarantee quality. However, I doubt Lidl are taking a hit of hundreds of pounds on each vac. The Lidl vac with a brand name on might well be a £79/£89 vac. But it will still be built down to a price.Looking at specs alone is no worthwhile guide for how a product performs in the real world or it's quality. As I stated, the selected specs you listed from the Lidl vac 'better' many of the leading brands at much higher prices. I would doubt very much that it would outperform all of them in effectiveness, quality and longevity.I am struggling to see your obsession with trying to compare the Lidl vac with this one, other than to try and harm this post as it brings nothing worthwhile. Furthermore, and even though I don't think they are comparable, as you yourself have stated, the Lidl vac is only available twice a year and in very small quantities at each store.If you are happy with your £49 Lidl vac then that is all that matters. I won't be continuing this evidently interminable debate with you any longer.




This is a deals site. Its about value for money. In my opinion the Lidl cleaner represents better value for money for the stated reasons and so is a better deal. And it would appear that I'm not the only one who thinks so - just the only one that pointed it out for the benefit of anyone considering buying this:

Lidl vac 580+ degrees.

This deal 62 degrees.

You don't have to treat any deal you post like a child that must be defended at all costs.
uh oh guess I spoke too soon?
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