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Post# 456494   9/4/2022 at 11:36 by ManchesterVacs (Manchester)        

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I didn't notice a topic on this here yet, but I know some will be interested. Sebo are about to launch a cordless vacuum. We have a blog post with all we know up to now at the link.

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Post# 456511 , Reply# 1   9/4/2022 at 22:43 by henrydreyfuss (Ohio)        
Cool

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A direct air Sebo with a manual height adjustment? Sign me up!

Post# 456537 , Reply# 2   9/5/2022 at 22:20 by eurekaprince (Montreal, Canada)        

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It will be interesting to hear how loud this cleaner is. I am a big fan (pardon the pun) of simple, fan-first bagged lightweight uprights that are designed to only clean carpets. However, the one drawback has often been their poor noise suppression. Hopefully Sebo has figured out how to make this one quieter.

Post# 456538 , Reply# 3   9/5/2022 at 23:06 by kirbylux77 (London, Ontario, Canada)        

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Looks very nice! The only thing I have to wonder about, is what is the filtration system set up this vacuum uses? Typically, the Sebo S Class Filtration System uses 3 separate filters - bag, pre-motor filter and post motor filter - to achieve S Class Filtration which they claim is the equivalent to HEPA Filtration, which it is NOT. So, if this is a direct air upright, since most have only a HEPA Cloth bag as the final filter to filter dust from the air, what else are they doing to make this vacuum have S Class Filtration?

Rob


Post# 456585 , Reply# 4   9/8/2022 at 01:49 by huskyvacs (Indiana)        

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Interesting you plug the cord into the vacuum to charge it. I presume battery is internal?

Post# 456587 , Reply# 5   9/8/2022 at 06:13 by luxlife (Under a Pecan Tree)        
Battery looks to be removable

Iíll be interested in its filtration and noise levels and if thereís a multi speed option. My Supralite is wearing down and Iím looking for a simple upright replacement. Itíll be interesting to see if this is geared only for commercial use or if thereís a residential version also.

Post# 457975 , Reply# 6   11/15/2022 at 15:08 by ManchesterVacs (Manchester)        

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We had one of these in the shop a few days ago to look at. There will be videos and lots of photos quite soon, but for now, I can answer the questions above.

"Hopefully Sebo has figured out how to make this one quieter" - I wouldn't call it especially quiet, but it has to meet UK and EU noise regs.

"What is the filtration system set up this vacuum uses?" - The bag is the only filter I could see. But the bags are thicker than standard Sebo bags.

"Interesting you plug the cord into the vacuum to charge it. I presume the battery is internal?" - The battery is removable and not much smaller than a house brick. I've attached a photo of the battery out of the machine.

"If thereís a multi-speed option. Itíll be interesting to see if this is geared only for commercial use or if thereís a residential version also." - It's aimed at the commercial market. It's single-speed. Future models may have hoses and attachments. A corded version is rumoured to be coming to the US later on.




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Post# 457995 , Reply# 7   11/16/2022 at 06:29 by singingrainbow (Texas)        
Corded Version

Looks like the corded version will be distributed through Karcher, it's already on their website:



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Post# 458001 , Reply# 8   11/16/2022 at 15:45 by Blackheart (North Dakota)        
How bizzarre

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Looking over the specs it appears this corded version has a rating of 57.2 CFM. Looking over the schematic it looks like these have a very unusual setup. I think that the fan is run by a belt. Cool that it uses a geared belt though.

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Post# 458002 , Reply# 9   11/16/2022 at 16:20 by panasonicvac (Northern Utah)        

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I really love the looks of the new Karcher Professional, it reminds me of a classic Panasonic upright haha. However, I am a bit concerned though of the success that it'd serve on the market. This is just in my opinion but I think direct air vacuums are outdated nowadays, especially in the commercial market. In fact, I just bought a Windsor Versamatic for a place that I would go help clean for once a week since it's got to have a hose on-board and it has a track record of being one of the most reliable commercial vacuums ever. With it being a bypass design, there's no fans to break or replace as lots of people would vacuum up something that they shouldn't like rock pebbles, coins, etc. It's very possible that these would be discontinued shortly. Just like the ProTeam FreeFlex, the Oreck/Hoover cordless bagged upright, and the Shop-Vac Easylift. But I hope that wouldn't be the case.

Post# 458004 , Reply# 10   11/16/2022 at 16:47 by Vacuumman (California)        
Fan

The fan setup on this vacuum is quite similar to the Air-Way DirtMaster, with a belt-driven fan being contained in the handle hinge.

Post# 458007 , Reply# 11   11/16/2022 at 18:03 by luxlife (Under a Pecan Tree)        
Are you sure itís a belt driven fan??

One canít always tell by the schematics.

Post# 458009 , Reply# 12   11/16/2022 at 18:46 by Blackheart (North Dakota)        
well

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TBH not entirely certain of it, but i think so. I thought the motor would be on the side opposite of the intake initially due to the placement of the airpath but then i looked a little closer at the schematic and it appears that the fan attaches to a pulley. I'm curious to see how this rather....odd design does.
It's very possible that i'm incorrect but I guess time will tell.


Post# 458016 , Reply# 13   11/16/2022 at 21:08 by luxlife (Under a Pecan Tree)        
Looking forward to seeing in person.

Iíll be eager to see the inside of this one. I was fascinated with the Sensor models.

Post# 458017 , Reply# 14   11/16/2022 at 23:03 by panasonicvac (Northern Utah)        

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I think the design inside reminds me of a Hoover Elite, I wouldn't be surprised if that's where they got it from.

Post# 458023 , Reply# 15   11/17/2022 at 08:00 by rugsucker (Elizabethton TN)        
"-belt driveen fan??"

It does seem to show belts number 125 & 151.That would make this brand new,modern,state of the art technology except, as above, AirWay did this in 1937.

Post# 458026 , Reply# 16   11/17/2022 at 14:25 by panasonicvac (Northern Utah)        

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Eh sort of. If you notice other than the direct air motor, everything else is basically a Sebo Mechanical. So nothing very new or special. Also this wouldn't be the only direct air machine ever invented with a lifetime belt and breaker to shut the machine off if something were to get stuck on the brushroll. Riccar/Simplicity, Oreck, Proteam, etc.

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Post# 458065 , Reply# 17   11/19/2022 at 12:01 by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        

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@ManchesterVacs

SEBO USA still doesn't have price and availability.

We discussed this in detail weeks ago in the vacuum Discord server.


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