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Post# 2813   10/20/2006 at 19:59 (4,742 days old) by bimmer740 (Long Island, New York)        

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Does anyone have a picture of the new Aerus UltraLux? I peaked through the window of the Lux dealer the other night but I didnt see one on display. Also, its not listed on their web site and I could not find it anywhere else online. Im dying to see what it looks like and I'm wondering when the dealer by me is going to have one on display. I love Electrolux and I hope that this new machine is an improvement over the previous 6500 and 9000.
Thanks!
Steven





Post# 2832 , Reply# 1   10/21/2006 at 11:43 (4,742 days old) by cirtcele ()        
Special Offer

Aerus has a "special" site set up for the UltraLux, targeted at existing Aerus/Lux customers. Pics, specs, and general info.

CLICK HERE TO GO TO cirtcele's LINK


Post# 2839 , Reply# 2   10/21/2006 at 22:04 (4,741 days old) by vac-o-matic (Saint Louis, Mo.)        
Ultralux Special Offer

The Ultralux featured in the "special offer" is for an upright. It's not even a upright that's offered by the dealers, makes me wonder if it is made by Aerus. I've seen a similar model on one of the shopping networks, and I think they went for 349.95. The Ultralux canister is offered by the dealers and has awesome suction. I went in to the local dealer and fellow club member Derreck showed it to me and I was impressed with the suction and pull from the power nozzle, very nice machine. It uses the older style wand with the sheath, so it shouldn't have the issues that the plastic wand machines have with shorts in the wands. Nice basic machine!

Post# 2889 , Reply# 3   10/23/2006 at 11:10 (4,740 days old) by dysonman ()        
UltraLuxDereck

My good friend Derreck came to my home on Saturday evening, and we went through just a small portion of the vacuum room. Derreck brought his digital camera, and we also took pictures of my UltraLux that he gave to me.

I LOVE this machine, not only because it came from Derreck, but because it's a FANTASTIC Electrolux. It's more powerful than any other model in my collection, due to the VM3 Electrolux motor with 100 inches of lift. The suction is amazing, and when I use my other Lux power nozzle's with it, they really pull and clean wonderfully.

The sound of the VM3 motor is different, and the motor is also lighter weight, meaning the machine is light and easy to handle. The matching steel wands and flip over rug/floor tool add to the usefullness of the machine. The knotches cut into the floor brush are brilliant, sucking up all the little crumbs from the bare floor. What a delightful machine, one of my all time favorites. I keep it in the box, and use it just on special occasions. The new Constellation does the daily 'grunt work' in my home.

The pictures of my UltraLux will follow this post.


Post# 2951 , Reply# 4   10/23/2006 at 23:41 (4,739 days old) by luxboy ()        
Ultralux 80th Anniversary Pictures

Here are the long awaited pictures of the Electrolux 80th Anniversary Canister that has been mentioned in a couple of threads here on vacuumland. These pictures are of the Tom Gasko's machine and were taken at his house on Saturday evening. In one of the pictures you can even see the beautiful Airway 77 I was soo lucky to get from Tom. I am also posting pictures of me with my Hoover Celebrity QS and a picture of me vacuuming with Tom's Viking upright. Enjoy the pics!

Post# 2952 , Reply# 5   10/23/2006 at 23:41 (4,739 days old) by luxboy ()        
picture 2

Picture 2

Post# 2953 , Reply# 6   10/23/2006 at 23:42 (4,739 days old) by luxboy ()        
picture 3

picture 3

Post# 2954 , Reply# 7   10/23/2006 at 23:46 (4,739 days old) by luxboy ()        
Tom Gaskos Viking upright

Here is a picture from Saturday night, Tom took a picture of me vacuuming with his Viking upright. What a cool machine!!

Post# 2955 , Reply# 8   10/23/2006 at 23:49 (4,739 days old) by luxboy ()        
Hoover Celebrity

Also on Saturday night, we went through some of Toms room where he has alot of his vacuums and I got to take this Hoover Celebrity home. I can't believe how much suction this vacuum has.. and a very cool powernozzle. Thanks Tom ;) Had a great time!!

Post# 2961 , Reply# 9   10/24/2006 at 01:01 (4,739 days old) by seamusuk (Dover Kent UK)        
We had the Viking upright!!

Except over here it was an Electrolux 506/ 560!- Being a Hoover person mostly I only have one cleaner from the 500 series -a early 80s 550. The basic design ran for about 23 years over here from 1971 and was easily the best upright made over here that dosent have a Hoover badge on it!- will dig up some pics asap :)

Seamus


Post# 2962 , Reply# 10   10/24/2006 at 01:08 (4,739 days old) by seamusuk (Dover Kent UK)        
Pics

Not mine unfortunatly- Thanks Ryan and Steve if you read this !

1 Electrolux 506


Post# 2963 , Reply# 11   10/24/2006 at 01:10 (4,739 days old) by seamusuk (Dover Kent UK)        
Some of....

2. The 500/Twinturbo series

Post# 2968 , Reply# 12   10/24/2006 at 01:48 (4,739 days old) by seamusuk (Dover Kent UK)        
Just to show..

The front of my 550- Liz liked Electrolux as well as Hoover lol!!

Post# 2987 , Reply# 13   10/24/2006 at 17:53 (4,738 days old) by talktotravis ()        
Royal Warrant

LOL I always think it's hilarious when Britons refer to her as "Liz."

Post# 3091 , Reply# 14   10/26/2006 at 23:31 (4,736 days old) by bimmer740 (Long Island, New York)        
Current Model Line

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Derreck, do the Lux Guardian and Legacy share the same motor as the Uprights? I noticed on the Aerus web site that almost all the machines have the same "airwatt" rating of 395. Do you know if Aerus plans to make their machines more powerful or change the model line up anytime soon? Also I was just wondering, if all the machines have the same performance, then what do you use to as a feature to sell the guardian to someone, since its so much more costly than the lux classic?
-Steven


Post# 3093 , Reply# 15   10/27/2006 at 04:34 (4,736 days old) by chestermikeuk (Rainhill (Birthplace of the Railway),England, UK.)        
Lux 500, The First!!!

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Hi Tom

Is the Viking a US or Canadian model, whats the voltage etc???

One of the most popular combination clean air machines made, much easier to push than the DAM...the tools where the same size as the Electrolux cylinder vacs of their day...


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Post# 3094 , Reply# 16   10/27/2006 at 04:37 (4,736 days old) by chestermikeuk (Rainhill (Birthplace of the Railway),England, UK.)        
Electrolux Z500 Tool Converter

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Simply Push & Twist...

Post# 3098 , Reply# 17   10/27/2006 at 06:50 (4,736 days old) by myvacsrock (New York, NY)        

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wow that looks like the US dial a matic KINDA!!

Kyle


Post# 3104 , Reply# 18   10/27/2006 at 08:56 (4,736 days old) by convertible68 ()        

Those Viking/Electrolux uprights are too cool! I can't really tell from the pictures, but are these direct-air or clean-air machines?

Post# 3105 , Reply# 19   10/27/2006 at 09:08 (4,736 days old) by chestermikeuk (Rainhill (Birthplace of the Railway),England, UK.)        
Lux

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Clean air machines, not bad suction, and a lot quieter that the UK Convertable (DAM) ...

Post# 3108 , Reply# 20   10/27/2006 at 09:59 (4,736 days old) by talktotravis ()        
Electrolux

Are those two-motor vacs? How is the brushroll? I had a European Electrolux (branded as Viking) canister a few years ago with a Eureka p/n that I really liked--unfortunately, bags were hard to find and the hose eventually broke. I would love to find one of those E-lux/Viking uprights here, but my chances are pretty slim--this is the first time I've ever seen one.

Post# 3110 , Reply# 21   10/27/2006 at 11:00 (4,736 days old) by chestermikeuk (Rainhill (Birthplace of the Railway),England, UK.)        
Euro Lux

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Hi Travis

These are one motor, 425watts, 240volts and are Clean-Air, Heres a few pics of the underside, all comes apart for easy servicing/cleaning....

This model has hardly been used and has a low production run of 422...this one even has the original spare belt...

Mike


Post# 3111 , Reply# 22   10/27/2006 at 11:02 (4,736 days old) by chestermikeuk (Rainhill (Birthplace of the Railway),England, UK.)        
Base Undone

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The bits that look cruddy on the base is the brown foam insulation...

Post# 3112 , Reply# 23   10/27/2006 at 11:08 (4,736 days old) by talktotravis ()        

Wow, thanks for the pictures and info, Mike! That is a VERY clean machine. If I ever make it back to the UK, I'll be on the lookout for one of those. Some of that European Electrolux stuff is so cool!




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