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Post# 393021   6/8/2018 at 21:46 by luxmanmatt (Lincoln, Ne)        

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Hello! Just wondering if anyone would recommend a rainbow dealer who I could talk to about purchasing a new unit? I am going to gift my e-2 gold to my mom, and would like to purchase a new one for myself. The dealer I bought my e2 from several years ago is no longer around. Thanks!

Post# 393036 , Reply# 1   6/9/2018 at 09:40 by Electroluxxxx (cortland, NY)        
I am

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A rainbow dealer in NY and can get you a deal on a new rainbow. We will also ship it to you
Shoot me a call 607-242-9708


Post# 393038 , Reply# 2   6/9/2018 at 10:44 by gottahaveahoove (Pittston, Pennsylvania, 18640)        
Mike is

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your man. Give him a call.

Post# 393041 , Reply# 3   6/9/2018 at 14:18 by Ultralux88 (Denver, Colorado)        

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I LOVE my E2 gold, but my E2 black is a better machine in just about every respect, if you can believe it! It doesn't have that shrill sound that sets off my tinnitus, and its generally quieter, noticeably more powerful, I LOVE the wands and being able to use the Rainbowmate on them. I had serious doubts about the PN design at first, but when they changed to the permanent belt off to the side, it helped, and then using it erased all remaining doubts about those spinny brushes on the side. I love the new 4qt tub too, much better design than what came before it. And I love the hose being a foot longer, and the trigger lock on the handle. I also love the lights that shine into the water, as I love watching all that action, and they help you see when you need to change the water. The only thing better than getting one of these is getting a good deal on it when you do!

Post# 393048 , Reply# 4   6/9/2018 at 17:44 by n0oxy (Saint Louis Missouri, United States)        
other considerations

I also love my rainbow e2 black, however, you may want to consider a Sirena or a Quantum. They will clean just as well as a Rainbow at a much cheaper price. If you decide you want an actual new Rainbow, they are certainly very good machines though.

Post# 393061 , Reply# 5   6/9/2018 at 22:01 by luxmanmatt (Lincoln, Ne)        
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Thanks, Mike! Iíll give you a call next week!

Post# 393062 , Reply# 6   6/9/2018 at 22:04 by Electroluxxxx (cortland, NY)        

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Thanks Matt! I look forward to speaking with you!

Post# 393138 , Reply# 7   6/12/2018 at 11:18 by dysonman1 (undisclosed)        
I love my Rainbow

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I was so excited the evening I bought my 75th Anniversary Edition E2 Black. I knew from my years of working at a Rainbow service center that the wholesale price was $550 on the new model, but I couldn't find anyone to sell me one for less than $2000. I ordered the repair parts (as assemblies) and put my new machine together from brand new parts. My Rainbow runs 24/7 from October thru April in my bedroom with the green germicide (D & A) in distilled water, and I've never had a dry mouth in the morning, nor have I had colds or the flu since. It's an awesome machine, one of my all time favorites.

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Post# 393141 , Reply# 8   6/12/2018 at 12:33 by Kirbysthebest (Wichita, KS)        
Are Rainbow repair parts that cheap?

I had always found them to be terribly expensive, then again that was paying wholesale.

In most cases the sum is worth more than the whole. They once did a study as to why car theft was so popular. It's because at the time a $12,000 Honda Civic was worth $64,000 in parts.

Guess you could say you got it just like Johnny Cash's Cadillac "One Piece at a Time".

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