Vacuum, Bagless, Russell Hobbs, Dalmation, 2000w, with Turbo Brush, £50.97 @ Amazon + Free delivery
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Vacuum, Bagless, Russell Hobbs, Dalmation, 2000w, with Turbo Brush, £50.97 @ Amazon + Free delivery

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Found 12th Mar 2009
I have been looking for a brand name 2000W watt vacuum cleaner with a Turbo Brush for a few weeks now and this was the best I could find.



* 5m Cord with rewind button
* Variable speed
* Hepa filtration
* Washable filters
* 5 Airfresheners
* Turbo brush+std brush
* Metal telescopic tubes
* 3 Litre dust capacity
* 2kW

6 Comments

You know its a good deal or you wouldn't have taken the trouble to post it.

Trying to understand the negativity of these cold voters (who couldn't be bothered explaining their reasons) frankly isn't worth the time.

Thanks and heat added

Looks a lot like the Vax. Anything is better than the Vax though. Very poorly built. This seems like a good deal.

This got really bad reviews from people who have used it for a while. I think most of the amazon reviews must be written soon after they bought the cleaner.

The main problem people complain about is that it cloggs up after a while and even taking it apart and cleaning doesn't help. This problem is very similar to the dyson.

I have tested many vacuum cleaners including Dyson and found the only two cleaners which work for animal hair is the Henry Hound (cylinder cleaner) and the Bissell Pet Hair Erazor (upright cleaner.

The Henry Hound is expensive (around £180) but you can get the Bissell for £50 from the Bissell Direct web site at certain times, need to keep an eye on their web site.

The cold votes are probably from people who have seen the previous threads here on Hot UK. This model has been listed several times over the last few months.

Banned

It looks very futuristic http://weddingepisode.com/imgs/signature_excuse1.jpg

garbage456;4622502

well i am not using it for pet hairs, i never even put that in title, but … well i am not using it for pet hairs, i never even put that in title, but if you want a vacuum that looks funky, is 2000W and has a turbo brush you will be hard pushed to beat it.



I believe the Henry does it better with half the electricity use (1200W). Why does this little cleaner uses 2000W?? That itself is suspicious.

Banned

Shoddy piece of kit, had to vote cold
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