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The first Power Nozzles- Part II
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Post# 136172   5/11/2011 at 17:18 (4,672 days old) by vac_whisperer ()        

Well, the other one that Dave made went away, so I made another one because I (and Im sure theres others) am still curious about THE first power nozzles-especially for canisters.

VW


Post# 136417 , Reply# 1   5/13/2011 at 12:35 (4,670 days old) by kirbyvertibles (Independence, KS)        

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well I have always been told that the first for a portable machine was the Lewyt in 1957-58 then the whirlpool and Kenmore in 1958 and Electrolux AF in 1959 followed by Compact C-5 in 1960. I don't know of any others that had power nozzles back then?

Post# 136521 , Reply# 2   5/14/2011 at 09:33 (4,669 days old) by hamiltonbeachbo (Milwaukee )        

Phillip,

I think you're right.

psf


Post# 136548 , Reply# 3   5/14/2011 at 15:14 (4,669 days old) by vacuumboy1993 ()        

I've always thought that Air-Way made the first power nozzle, the Air-Way Chief had one and we're talking of the 1930's!

Post# 136558 , Reply# 4   5/14/2011 at 16:54 (4,669 days old) by Brandon_W_T ()        

Airway did in fact create the first real power nozzle. Lewyt seems to have the oldest patent design for one on a canister.

Post# 136644 , Reply# 5   5/15/2011 at 09:03 (4,668 days old) by aeoliandave (Stratford Ontario Canada)        

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The first Power Nozzles - Part One



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Post# 136669 , Reply# 6   5/15/2011 at 13:09 (4,668 days old) by HooverCelebrity (Germany)        

Thanks, Dave!



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