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Post# 416219   11/20/2019 at 10:58 by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        

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I don't see much talk about the sebo k3 canister on here.
It's a wonderful compact canister that was supposed to be have been retired by now.
Sebo keeps producing it as a "budget option" . It's so quirky and fun I figured it would be up every collectors alley.






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Post# 416311 , Reply# 1   11/21/2019 at 14:49 by panasonicvac (Northern Utah)        

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These are really nice canisters, I consider these as upgrades over the C3.1 models.

Post# 416325 , Reply# 2   11/21/2019 at 21:43 by Lesinutah (Utah)        
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I'm getting into cannisters as I have had electrolux oxygen 3, riccar 1500p, Patriot and compacts.
This is a vacuum is buy. I don't think I'd be a fan of the power nozzle he showed. I'd need a more aggressive brush roll. The filters and bags are easy to access.
Nice thanks for the video.
Les


Post# 416378 , Reply# 3   11/23/2019 at 02:06 by tolivac (Greenville,NC)        

Have the Sebo K canister in red like what is shown.Mine was sold as a special deal from the vac shop in Greenville who is a Meile and Sebo dealer.The K vacuums didn't sell here-bought their sample machine-without the hose hence the good deal.A hose from another Sebo machine works fine.also didn't have the wand and floor tools.Don't really like the combo furniture tool and crevice tool-chokes the airflow from this powerful small canister.This machine was intended for someone who has an upright for carpets and needs a basic suction only machine for above floor cleaning or bare floors.

Post# 416379 , Reply# 4   11/23/2019 at 02:14 by tolivac (Greenville,NC)        

Brushrolls for Sebo canister powernozzles-go to a Sebo dealer and he can show you the brush options for Sebo powerheads-and replacing them just takes moments!!!Just twist off the end cap on the nozzle-twist off the brushroll and twist in another one.Then put the cap back on-you are ready to go again!This is also used on Sebo uprights.

Post# 416394 , Reply# 5   11/23/2019 at 11:59 by broomvac (N/A)        
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I like the idea of the K3. In fact, I almost bought one instead of the X7.

The only thing which I dont like about it is the suspect exhaust filter. It seems to be either a) not very well sealed, and/or b) not very effective. I see vacuums (below) which have staining from the carbon brush emissions on the air belt. Do you see this on vacs which come into your store? What are your thoughts?


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Post# 416396 , Reply# 6   11/23/2019 at 14:07 by n0oxy (Saint Louis Missouri, United States)        
K series and E series

The E series is the newest Sebo series of canisters and some have thought that it will eventually replace the K series. The D4 is Sebo's full size canister, I think it's a bit larger than the K series or E series. Sebo vacuums are awesome, I consider Sebo to be my favorite portable vacuum brand that is currently made.
Mike


Post# 416408 , Reply# 7   11/23/2019 at 19:57 by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        

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@broomvac I really don't have any problem with the filtration of the K series.

But it definitely is no Nilfisk on terms of filtration.
I usually see that are built pretty beat up but I can't say I see carbon dust on the air belt. They hardly come in for service so I'm basing this on much lower numbers than I normally would have for a sample size.


Post# 416482 , Reply# 8   11/25/2019 at 15:17 by Mike811 (Finland)        

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Lesinutah

In my opinion Sebo ET-1 powerhead has quite stiff bristles in the brushroll with good agitation.
Of course there is powerheads with stiffer bristle brushrolls, but they tend to eat a lot of carpet fibers.
But this is just my opinion.





Post# 416497 , Reply# 9   11/25/2019 at 21:17 by Lesinutah (Utah)        
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Thanks for the info. It would make sense high quality vacuum power nozzle wouldn't be it's downfall. I have compact c9 compact xl power nozzle. I have used rainbow platinum meh, and wessell werk 360 I use on rainbow and xl. I have a Patriot with I'm pretty sure a weasel werk power nozzle. The Patriot if you get rugs tangled you have to turn off vacuum and reset. I also had a riccar 1500 p.
Wessell werk is my choice.
Wood floors bedrooms carpet and a 100 lb golden lab indoor pet who is potty trained.
The wessell werk I use every where dog hair is.
This vacuum is a little high on price but it seems much better than any canister I've used. I wouldn't compare compact or TriStar xl to this.
This just looks like a really great vacuum. If I can get vacuums sold I may pick me up one. Thanks for info nice to learn about vacs I'm not knowledge about.
Les





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