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Post# 180391   5/9/2012 at 10:40 (2,891 days old) by normvac (COLUMBUS, OHIO)        

I bought this Lite weight Hoover Windtunnel about this time last year. I really do like it. Than I much prefer my Electrolus upirght with attachments. As well
as my used Panasonice upright/with tools.

So I am planning on selling this Hoover, on craig's list locally, as it would be picked up and gone.
If someone hear would like a chance at it. Let me know directly at my email. normvac@yahoo.com

I have a price in mind but let's talk. It was a factory rebuild and works very
well. I am moving and storing things so cutting back once again.

Sorry, the pics are not better, but have tried to rotate but no results.

OH I paid $119.00 w/free shipping last year

Let's talk.
Norm Brown





Post# 180507 , Reply# 1   5/10/2012 at 03:02 (2,891 days old) by Vacuumfreeeke ()        

Norm, I've noticed lately as well that I have pictures I'll post to forums or facebook and they will be right side up on my computer (or phone) and the site that I'm posting them to automatically changes them to be the wrong orientation... this never used to happen, but has happened frequently of late.

I got one of those a few months ago, I think I paid around 50 for it, maybe 40, I can't remember (that's what happens when you hit 28, your memory starts to go, you know).... but since it was in good shape, but didn't come with the companion canister, I thought that was a good deal. I love mine. It might be helpful if you said what you were asking for it in case anyone is interested...

I waited for a long time before I found mine, these aren't something you see on C/L every day... It could be that people are so happy with them and they are still kind of new that nobody is getting rid of them.... they get excellent reviews. In my opinion, it blows the Oreck out of the water in almost every category, from a solid sounding non-whiny, powerful motor, to not leaking, to the aesthetics.... even the handle feels more solid...

The only problem with mine is that the rubber grippy part inside the hand grip is peeling... super annoying when using the vac to feel that on your hand!



Post# 180685 , Reply# 2   5/11/2012 at 22:49 (2,889 days old) by normvac (COLUMBUS, OHIO)        
Thanks for your input Bobbie

You are right, I really like the way it works and may regret selling it.
I would like to have 65.00 bucks for it. At least that would be 1/2 the
org. price.
Sorry about the rubber grip letting go on yours. Made me think of how the
Rubber handle grip was on my Grandmothers Kirby 512. I wrapped scotch tape around it.
Trying to keep it from completely falling Apart. Plus it left black rubber marks on my hands. LOL !
So again, $65.00 or talk to me about the Hoover Windtunnel upright lite. If someone has an interest.
Norm





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