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JustFab Sheela Cutout Oxford Flatform Womens Denim Size 7
Sheela Cutout Oxford Flatform
momwaite: I have a Mighty Mite that I got 2nd hand 30 years ago. We always thought it was the best, but my husband has it in the shop now, so I decided to get a new one for the house. It is great.
Mrs. O: I bought this because it had many rave reviews and it was cheap. The first feeling you get as you assemble the vacuum is that it feels cheap, however it's simple to put together and has very good suction.. enough for the vacuum head to stick to the floor! I use it on my laminate floor and on rugs (a push of a button will switch it to rug mode). All the functions are simple.. I just step on the power button to start and it will click on or off. Overall the vacuum is very light.. the parts are light and easy to pull around and easy to maneuver. Wish it had a self winding function but you can only be so lazy. I use it on a daily basis since I have laminate flooring covering most of the house and sweeping will take forever.. and I'm very glad I bought this item!Edit: I've had this vacuum for over a year now and I still use it on a daily basis. Suction is still great. This is a must buy. I use it to clean my floor, suck up hair, clean my car.. No need to go to the carwash to use the vac! Awesome product. I changed the bag 3 times and use the non brand name bags that you'll find here on amazon which is so much cheaper but fits fine. Love, LOVE this vacuum.The hose does tend to become flimsy with a lot of bending and usage at the part right beneath where you grab it, so it pinches sometimes now. Whoever wrote a review that it has weak suction probably hasn't noticed the 'suction power' control by the handle, where you can 'vent' or open by sliding to reduce or increase suction power. I find this as a useful function when I do area rugs.Jan 2014 Update:Hose failed (got bent up) within the first year and replaced it with Sanitaire canister vacuum hose (which I ordered on Amazon for a decent price). Still going strong with no wear on the new hose since it's better than the hose that comes with this vacuum.Suction is still going strong. I have used it for the past 4 years on a weekly basis, for both my laminate floors, sometimes my carpeted rooms, and for cleaning my car. I change the bag about 2-3 times a year.. not so much because the suction becomes weak, but rather because the vacuum gets heavy. (I always vacuum while carrying it in my left hand)Sometimes the suction is so strong I have to weaken it a little bit by opening a bit of the 'vent' near the handle.
M. Scanlon "mrscnln": The vacuum does a good job and does have terrific suction. But the hose is very flimsy and is constantly getting kinks (which makes it get REALLY noisy till you straighten it out). Then the wand, right where you need to put your hand to grab it, has a "Slip Ring" which you can open to reduce suction (like for doing drapes). Problem is that it's always opening up so you have to stop to shut it. These two things get very annoying.
Music Man: I LOVE THIS VACUUM, it's 100% perfect for apartments or quick spot vacuuming in homes. Eureka has a winner on it's hands. I especially LOVE the old "tank" design as opposed to the current square "canister" design all vacuums companies are now using. Look no further in it's price range THIS IS the best on the market. So many pluses but just to name a few...extra long cord, massive suction, long hose.I only have 1 negative comment:When vacuuming you are restricted to back and forth straight line vacuuming and I could see how this would be an issue for some.
M. Williams "Mark": I have a laundry room in the center of the house and as anyone knows doing laundry creates dust! I decided to keep a straight suction smaller BAGGED (hate bagless) vacuum like this in the laundry room and it fits perfectly where I need it to because of its shape. It takes months for the bag to fill up and it doesn't seem to lose much suction at all or smell because I'm only really using it for clean dryer lint and to vacuum all around the laundry room when I'm finished doing laundry. Bag's aren't that expensive and are super easy to change....Nothing on this vacuum has failed as of yet, however, the switch to turn it off/on is on top and I've noticed recently that you have to push the switch a few times to turn it off/on before in works. I'm thinking the switch is going bad........But I paid 60 dollars for this 8 years ago and I have used it a lot here and there. If anyone has any recommendations about the switch, let me know. I'm not handy with things like that though unfortunately.