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Delphin T8 new model
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Post# 458150   11/23/2022 at 19:14 by countryguy (Astorville, ON, Canada)        

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I just came across this video for the new model of the Delphin water vacuum. Interesting how the water basin attaches/detaches.


Post# 458152 , Reply# 1   11/23/2022 at 20:15 by Blackheart (North Dakota)        

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Yeah that is interesting. I can't help but think that would also make the basin a little more of a pain to clean though it just seems....unnecessary

Post# 458160 , Reply# 2   11/24/2022 at 09:51 by juju93 (South Georgia)        

It is very interesting how the water basin attaches and detaches. I wish rexair would do something like this for future models. Maybe them doing so can bring back the bigger water basins because the one on the srx is just to small to do anytype of mayjor cleaning. Now I have never heard of this brand so I'm curious about their orgins and are they sold in america? I l'm also curious to what accessories are available for use with this machine, in terms of veratility. I'm also curious about the spec of it, like power, cord length, longevity, and so on.

Post# 458167 , Reply# 3   11/24/2022 at 20:43 by countryguy (Astorville, ON, Canada)        

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They are made in Germany according to the website


Post# 458188 , Reply# 4   11/26/2022 at 08:28 by electro (Indiana)        
many unique features

I have been interested in the brand for several years. I like the fact that their tools are unique to the machine and not just some generic looking item. I read where they do not use paints on the machines. I DID take note that the new T8 is much smaller and lighter, easier to handle. Even their electric power nozzle has a unique design. Very interesting. I wish they were offered in USA. I believe they offer the newer brushless motors too. Nice to see a NEW design on the market that would seem
to be a quality made product. I would welcome not having to lift the heavy motor unit off and on and not mess with the latches every time I wanted to dump the basin.

Post# 458190 , Reply# 5   11/26/2022 at 09:13 by dysonman1 (the county)        

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I brought a Delphin to a VCCC convention almost 20 years ago. Everyone went bananas over it. VERY well built cleaner. I loved the electric power nozzle. Mine did not have the brushless motor, although the new Delphin has that.

Post# 458194 , Reply# 6   11/26/2022 at 12:40 by electro (Indiana)        
new design of basin

According to the information, the new water basin design is to hold back if you have a huge amount of thick dirt and hair that you would not want to go down the sewer. Just dump in the waste basket and rinse . Seems like it would much easier to attach and detach just by stepping on the foot release pedal. Guess we will have to see it in real time. I does look like it is a small unit in weight and bulk.

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