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Electrolux DuraLite / Sanitare SC9050
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Post# 172812   3/11/2012 at 00:30 (2,944 days old) by stricklybojack (Southern California)        

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First, is it safe to assume these are essentially the same vacuum?
Next, someone please report on their first hand experiences using one. Do they lay flat, how's the noise level etc. there are archived message threads on this vac but no one reports actually using it.
the light weight catagory interests me & i would be a buyer of one of these machines if i hear good feedback & can find an agreeable price point. (seems the Duralite at least Is availble on line at very reasonable prices).
Thanks in advance for any info/thoughts on the matter. The link connects to the Sanitaire web descrption of their version.

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Post# 172829 , Reply# 1   3/11/2012 at 08:09 (2,944 days old) by venson ()        
I've been curious too . . .

Hi "strickly,"

This cleaner, which has at least a couple of spins model-wise, plus a clean-air model intended to be dually angled at the commercial and household markets under both brands has been out for a while. I noticed it a good while ago but also noticed it hasn't seemed to attract a lot of takers. Is that because it's direct-air and/or doesn't have an attachment kit.

I've seen it price low at near a hundred bucks and for much over that also. My gut feeling is that it isn't all that bad and a good deal if you find it at a "nice" price.

Pictured here is the EP9025A.

I put in a link for customer reviews of the Sanitaire version and have pasted in another for the "Electrolux" below. Check out both. Not a lot to go on but I hope it's helpful.


Post# 172833 , Reply# 2   3/11/2012 at 09:37 (2,944 days old) by kirbyloverdan (Egg Harbor Twp . NJ aka HOOVERLOVERDAN ❤️)        
I own the Sanitaire

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version and this vacuum EATS belts like crazy .

I use Genuine belts and they stretch very easy .

I love it but cant stand changing belts every other use .

Brush Roll spins easy so thats not the problem .

This is a remake of the Eureka Ultra from the 80`s even uses type " Z " Bags .

Post# 172845 , Reply# 3   3/11/2012 at 12:41 (2,944 days old) by Davinator1977 ()        
Duralite video

here is a video of mine it's a nice little vacuum. I used the hoover convertible belts on mine and find they last much longer.

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Post# 172860 , Reply# 4   3/11/2012 at 15:41 (2,944 days old) by venson ()        
@Davinator . . .

Cool! Thank you, I've been wondering what the noise level for this machine was -- not great but certainly not the worst. I believe I even caught the hum of the brushroll at work which is never a bad thing.

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