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Post# 211690   12/29/2012 at 22:00 (2,657 days old) by eurekapowerline ()        

Hey everyone I haven't posted in a while. So its around new years so I wanted a new vacuum for the new year. I found this vac its called the Rechargeable Mini Turbo Vacuum Cleaner. it seems cool but the description leaves so many question. For one it bag or bagless and if its bag what bag type. Most important does it come with a us adapter. If anyone has this can you please shed some light on it

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Post# 211693 , Reply# 1   12/29/2012 at 22:06 (2,657 days old) by eurekapowerline ()        

Here the other image the seller has

Post# 211694 , Reply# 2   12/29/2012 at 22:09 (2,657 days old) by TheHooverMan (United States )        

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hmm.. intresting

Post# 211695 , Reply# 3   12/29/2012 at 22:11 (2,657 days old) by compamac ()        
unknown vacuum

This vacuum is one of those vacuums that arent really brand name. If the seller doesnt include a US adapter you can buy them for $0.99 on eBay because I needed to buy one for a used game console I bought. Anyway it seems ti be a good buy and as far as bag type there would be no exact type however you can get a Dirt Devil type K bag and make it fit (Im not entirely sure this works but the bag looks small enough to fit). PS this vacuum seems small and its rechargeable so it might not be good for cleaning the entire house.

Post# 211702 , Reply# 4   12/29/2012 at 22:54 (2,657 days old) by eurekaprince (Montreal, Canada)        

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I want one!!! I need a vac that will plug into my car's lighter outlet because there are no regular power outlets near the parking spot in my building's garage. And it's got Eureka attachments!!!! :-)

Anyone know if this is available in stores in North America?


Post# 211705 , Reply# 5   12/29/2012 at 23:11 (2,657 days old) by eurekapowerline ()        

thanks for the responses. Eurekaprince you can get it on the US amazon site and ship it to Canada. Its about the same price as what I'd get it for on ebay but you can get it in Canada. Hopefully its bagless if not i will try the k bag or a g bag cause it seems small enough. And hopefully the charger is Us and it has a reusable bag. There are two other vacs i might but instead but there arent going to be whole house. They are the bottom of the line kenmore BoL bagged or the BoL bagless.

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Post# 211879 , Reply# 6   12/30/2012 at 23:32 (2,656 days old) by eurekapowerline ()        

Ok bit the bullet and bought the unknown vacuum. I have looked at it for a while a decided to order it. Hopefully it is good. Eurekaprince do you still like it?

I have a question for everyone what is your experience with shoulder vacuums. My first one was a workforce vacuum it was awful the filter wouldn't sit properly and the hose was too short.


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Post# 211903 , Reply# 7   12/31/2012 at 05:31 (2,656 days old) by s31463221 (Frenchburg, KY)        
Chris

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I have been looking at one of those on eBay too and while I like the idea of it, I'm just a bit skeptical of the quality, etc. When you get yours in and have a chance to use it some, please update this thread and let us know what you think of it, as I will probably use your experience with it to judge whether I will splurge for one or not! Thanks!

Steve


Post# 211922 , Reply# 8   12/31/2012 at 08:25 (2,655 days old) by Blackheart (North Dakota)        
Shoulder Vacuums

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Yeah the shark or shark rip off ones are typically not good shoulder vacuums, however the Oreck Buster B and Hoover Portapower have been good shoulder vacuums i would assume the riccar/simplicity shoulder canister to be good too, i was told they were more powerful than the Oreck

Post# 211928 , Reply# 9   12/31/2012 at 08:52 (2,655 days old) by Starryblues4u (Charlotte, NC)        
Wow

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Had one of these when I was a kid. If I remember right the suction was crap. I do remember it's bag less. It died fast too. I would stay away.

Post# 211953 , Reply# 10   12/31/2012 at 12:07 (2,655 days old) by kirbylux77 (Orillia, Ontario, Canada)        
Wayne:

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I was thinking this vacuum couldn't be very good....and you just confirmed it! It looks like there's hardly any room for a decent size motor to create good suction. This looks like one of those Japanese-style vacuums that someone thought was a good idea to bring to North America.

Rob


Post# 211984 , Reply# 11   12/31/2012 at 17:10 (2,655 days old) by eurekapowerline ()        

Steve i definitely will. I might do an unboxing video and test video. its says it might come Thursday or Friday hopefully. If im not busy ill post it to youtube but there will be pictures.

Post# 214099 , Reply# 12   1/14/2013 at 15:56 (2,641 days old) by compamac ()        
I bought one

I just ordered one on eBay and it should be here soon

Post# 214418 , Reply# 13   1/16/2013 at 14:30 (2,639 days old) by compamac ()        
I GOT ONE

I just received this in the mail via UPS!!!! The suction is pretty darn good!! And a K or G bag fits for me




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