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Baby Toddler Grid Flounced Velcro Closure Sandals
Baby Toddler Grid Flounced Velcro Closure Sandals Review
jonmon1: This vacuum really sucks....but in a GOOD way.The motor is plenty strong. You can actually see it pick up the carpet. Just be careful not to get anything (throw rug fringe, shoe laces, etc.) caught in it.I would give it a 5-Star rating except for the plastic handle. It feels flimsy. You'll probably need to replace the handle before the motor gives out.Overall, I'm glad I bought it.
LJK: The cord is short and the plug keeps coming out of the wall. I'll update when I change the bag. Does vaccum o.k. and I rotate it every 3 times with Dyson Animal I like the lightweight of it for hurry up jobs.
Merrick K. S.: Great suction/vacuum power. Used in an apartment with wooden floor. The $ (dollar) value of the vacuuming power is awesome. It is a great advantage to not have additional attachments that will take away from the main vacuum. At the value of this vacuum, one can afford an independent and highly effective smaller hand-vac if hose attachments are desired.
pdever: I just moved into an apartment with a new synthetic carpet that sheds like a pack of afghan hounds; it choked my bagless vacuum in under a minute. I needed a sturdy, no-frills, bagged vacuum like the Montgomery Ward upright I used for over 20 years before it died.This model was almost identical, and now that I've had it for a few weeks, I'm happy as a clam. It has an old-fashioned rotating brush/beater roller, 5 carpet height adjustments, great suction for 5 amps, and comes pre-fitted with a humongous disposable liner bag (type F&G;), plus a spare belt for the roller. Some parts that used to be steel have been replaced with thick plastic, but it seems plenty sturdy, and it's much lighter to maneuver and carry than my old all-steel model. The on/off button and lock/unlock for the handle are both on the base, so they're foot controls; carpet height is adjusted by a dial on the front of the base. The long cord (20 feet or so) doesn't retract, you just wind it over hooks on the handle. The spring-attached fabric bag has a full-length zipper, inside which the disposable bag (which fills the cover from end to end) slides on with another spring. Quick, simple.One pass with this puppy picked up enough carpet fluff missed by the bagless to knit a throw rug, but there's still plenty of room left for future dirt. It's also a lot less noisy than my smaller bagless. The only qualm I had in buying this was the lack of attachments for cleaning upholstery & suchlike, but I found an inexpensive accessory kit made for it (crevice tool, round dust brush, upholstery brush, extension tubes, looooong flexible hose) right here on Amazon: the "Electrolux Home Care 60E 6-Piece Deluxe Tool Set," so my joy is complete.Though the image on this page looks rather green, the vacuum is actually jet black, and the bag is a black-white-red random print. It comes in a flat box, minor assembly required. Highly recommended for those who remember how good the old vacuums were, don't want to spend a fortune just to clean their carpets, or are into retro styling.
S. Brown: My original vacuum had a hepa filter on it that needing replacing and apparently the manufacturer no longer made them. I ordered this vacuum because all it needed was a bag. I am very pleased with it. It is fairly quiet for a vacuum cleaner, my old model used to scream like a banshee, and it doesn't have a bunch of hoses wrapped around it constantly coming loose like my old model. It cleans the carpet just as well as the old model.If you just need to vacuum the floor, this model is great.