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Post# 5015   12/1/2006 at 12:21 (4,006 days old) by tommymilan (milano)        

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Post# 5052 , Reply# 14   12/1/2006 at 22:27 (4,005 days old) by myhooverco ()        

Tommy...all I can say is WOW. I thank you ever so much for posting pictures of your native Hoover products. I have never seen anything like these in any of the literature at Hoover. Believe me I have looked. I think my favorite one is the commercial model U4082. I think that machine looks great in commercial colors. Thanks again...(wipes drool off of face!!!)

--Tom


Post# 5062 , Reply# 15   12/2/2006 at 00:41 (4,005 days old) by swingette ()        
my goodness

perhaps our webmaster, mr nelson, can save these in the permanent display? constellation, celebrities AND cylinders! i wonder if the "Lucidatrice" cloth bags fit Seniors (us convertible) as well? and yes, that commercial Senior/Convertible is AMAZING.

Post# 5070 , Reply# 16   12/2/2006 at 03:37 (4,005 days old) by tommymilan (milano)        

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If anyone would like to have the original scans I can send them via email in higher resolution; I love the commercial 4082 too and I'm still looking for it.
the suction polisher's bags can't fit convertibles, they're totally different!
have a nice weekend, tommy


Post# 5083 , Reply# 17   12/2/2006 at 13:02 (4,005 days old) by convertible68 ()        

Tommy, what a fantastic brochure, thanks for posting! I myself like the U4082 as well...just the thought of a black-base commercial Convertible with the old-style Deluxe hood is spine-tingling! Another thing I find interesting is the fact that the canisters have strikingly different floor nozzles than the comparable US models, with the exception of the wheeled nozzle on the S3111. I have the S3005 Celebrity as well, and it has a much different (and cheaper) floor nozzle, with a tiny rug/floor selector lever on the back, below the wand connector.

Those vacuum-polishers are very cool as well; wish we had something like that here!

--Austin


Post# 5085 , Reply# 18   12/2/2006 at 13:33 (4,005 days old) by frkirby511 ()        
Once again...

...thanks, Tommy, for taking the time to put these together and send them to us. They brought back great memories for me and you answered some long time questions I've had about the suction polishers. You have an amazing collection. Some time I would like to know more about Kirby in Italy and I'm sure many of the Kirby fans among us here would as well.

tanti grazie et aguri,
Bruce Cinquegrani


Post# 5129 , Reply# 19   12/2/2006 at 23:06 (4,004 days old) by petek (Ontario)        

Wow those are so striking. It is amazing how a slight re sculpting of the body can look so beautiful. I'm smitten I think they look even nicer than our Hoovers.. sigh.

Post# 5130 , Reply# 20   12/2/2006 at 23:27 (4,004 days old) by petek (Ontario)        

stupid me, just realized those are polishers

Post# 5138 , Reply# 21   12/3/2006 at 01:05 (4,004 days old) by scott55405 ()        

Very cool! Interesting how product lines can differ so much from one country to the next.

Post# 5211 , Reply# 22   12/3/2006 at 20:58 (4,003 days old) by scott55405 ()        
BTW

What is the purpose of a "suction polisher"? Would one use this say on wood floors, to simultaneously buff the surface and remove the dust and dirt? To my knowledge, nothing like this was ever offered in the states. Here, we use the type that dispenses water for floors or shampoo for carpets.

Post# 5213 , Reply# 23   12/3/2006 at 21:03 (4,003 days old) by scott55405 ()        
oops, I just found

the separate suction polisher thread! :-)




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