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Post# 180784   5/13/2012 at 06:39 (2,880 days old) by godfreys_guy (Melbourne, Australia)        

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Need to know if this is worth buying. I'm not really referring to a 'cost worth' more of a is it actually any good? Something I have never seen before. I have the standard yellow/black model but it isnt self propelled.

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Post# 180804 , Reply# 1   5/13/2012 at 12:47 (2,880 days old) by vacman117 (Valparaiso, IN)        

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I used to have the Eureka version but I gave it to my mom's friend. I actually kind of regret it. The self propel is nice and smooth and they clean very well. I have always liked the Eureka Whirlwinds, but some people don't. If it's something you want, I'd go for it.

Chase


Post# 180826 , Reply# 2   5/13/2012 at 16:13 (2,879 days old) by gsheen (Cape Town South Africa)        

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I have one , It never came here but I got a sample one from Electrolux when I worked there. The machine itself is very nice but the cyclone tends to clog very fast. Its pre motor filtration isn't very good so the motor tended to get jammed up with fine dust 





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