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KEEN Women S Presidio WP Boot 12 Brown
Features of the KEEN Women's Presidio WP Boot Waterproof premium nubuck leather Upper Removable EVA insole with arch support for all-day comfort EVA Midsole for lightweight cushioning Higher-traction rubber Outsole Non-marking rubber Outsole leaves no trace Keen. dry waterproof breathable membrane Eco anti-odor for natural odor control Environmentally preferred premium leather from LWG-certified tannery PFC-free durable water repellent
William H. Dunham: We retired in Florida and about half of our flooring is tile. We needed a stick vacuum that would properly sweep the tile floor so we could then steam clean it with another device. It's quick and easy to use and it weighs very little. When done, we put it on the charger and it is ready for the next time we have a need for it. It does take about 16 hours to fully charge the batteries, but it's not really a problem, since we don't use it every day. The extra battery should come in handy over time, since all batteries lose their ability to hold a charge. I suspect that it will take a year or two (or more) before we have to buy a new battery, which is available for purchase through Eureka. This cordless stick vacuum is exactly what we needed and it was a good purchase.
zingingablenessedly: It is so easy to use, I can stand in one spot and vacuum a large area at one time. Having two batteries is great, as the one in it (not in the charging holder) goes down quickly, but the back-up finishes my house. Three problems: 1. There's a screw on the side between the handle and the bottom that won't stay screwed in. 2. The bristles have to be checked every time to clean it, with my shoulder-length hair. 3. The dust holder just barely stays on the unit; the button that holds it in place barely fits right.It was real easy to put together from the box.But it picks up great and fast and easy, and always amazes me that I can make such a mess to fill the filter!
Aaron Contorer: If your goal is to remove the occasional spot, and even clean an occasional small piece of upholstered (water-safe) furniture, this machine really really works.I got the Steamvac Jr. to clean up small stains left by my dog, who likes to chew treats on our off-white carpet, and who spends hours each day on our beige sofa. Wow, it really removes the spots! In fact it cleans so well, it actually leaves "clean spots" behind so I have to avoid over-cleaning for fear of drawing attention to the place.I even used the machine to clean a sofa, which is very very time consuming because the machine has a tiny business end, but it did a great job.Don't be misled by the name. This machine does NOT heat water into a blast of steam. It simply sprays on hot tap water (and detergent) that you pour in; then it vacuums it back out, along with the dirt. It's a small, easily carried spray & vac machine -- not a boiler.The machine is offensively loud. It seems to me like the people designing it must not have cared for even a moment how loud it was -- like they weren't even trying to be civil or responsible. Since it takes quite a few minutes to clean a large item (say, a chair) with the teeny little washing head, the noise is a problem. I actually put on hearing protection when operating it for long.But hey, the machine really really works, and it'll pay for itself the first 1-2 times you use it. I'm glad I bought it. Just remember to protect your hearing.
Ali D.: Arrived promptly. Works well on small stains. Used it on furniture and it had adequate spray and suction. No complaints.
Bonnie "bon": My first use of this steamvac on my light-gray berber carpet was on the red clay stains just inside the door, and old yellowed cat barf spots that were impervious to all the carpet cleaners and home remedies I had tried previously. The steamvac cleaned it all up beautifully!Since the nozzle on this unit is only four inches wide, it took a while to do the whole area by the door (maybe 30 minutes for 20 square feet), but the smaller spots took no time. Once I got used to the motion of cleaning it went more quickly. You do two 'wet' passes while holding the trigger, which squirts out the hot water and cleaning solution in a fan pattern; then a few 'dry' passes (sans trigger) to suction up the water...you can see through the clear nozzle when there is no more water being taken up. The suction is quite powerful and leaves the carpet just a tad damp... my carpet dried in about an hour.The steamvac is light and easy to carry around, even when full of water. It has an easy-access fill port on top for putting in the cleaning solution and hot water (which I heated in a glass pitcher in my microwave). There is an auto shutoff feature when the separate recovery tank (which holds the used water) gets full, and a spout on the side through which you empty out the dirty water. When I dumped out the recovery tank I was astonished at how much dirt had been in my carpet, even though I'd vacuumed thoroughly before using the steamvac!This little unit does make big noise, but I think that's due to the powerful suction. I don't consider the noise level a drawback. It's a lot less expensive and a lot more convenient than renting the Rug Doctor or calling in the professional rug cleaners for a few dirty spots.I am SO glad I bought this!