Thread Number: 44440  /  Tag: 50s/60s/70s Vacuum Cleaners
Vacuum cleaner Singer ZA62 with accessories
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Post# 462436   4/20/2023 at 13:06 by royalsuper (france )        

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Post# 462443 , Reply# 1   4/20/2023 at 17:53 by eurekaprince (Montreal, Canada)        

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Tres interesante! The upholstery nozzle suggests that this may actually be made by Electrolux Canada! Even the model number ZA62 suggests a Canadian Electrolux as all our Electroluxes in the 1950's had ZB as a prefix in the model designation. Considering Singer of France also contracted Eureka to make canisters for them, this may not be out of the realm of possibilities....

Post# 462444 , Reply# 2   4/20/2023 at 18:00 by eurekaprince (Montreal, Canada)        

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Actually, this is an Electrolux ZA62 made in the UK....fascinating that it was rebranded for Singer in France!

Post# 462447 , Reply# 3   4/20/2023 at 20:24 by royalsuper (france )        

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this one is for sale on a german site ! I noticed that the German ZA62 are 400 watts the English ZA62 450 watts the Australian ZA62 500 watts the FRENCH ZE 62 500 watts also ! ZA62 is the first to have a motor with 2 suction fans and a maximum power of 400 to 500 watts depending on the country of manufacture
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Post# 462448 , Reply# 4   4/20/2023 at 20:34 by royalsuper (france )        

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ibb.co/6vrLgjy... a French model ZB62 never used click to enlarge


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Post# 462449 , Reply# 5   4/20/2023 at 20:43 by royalsuper (france )        

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Z63 for the Brazilian market
ZA62 for the German market ZB62 for the french market
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Post# 462452 , Reply# 6   4/20/2023 at 21:46 by eurekaprince (Montreal, Canada)        

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Merci beaucoup Romain!

Post# 462458 , Reply# 7   4/21/2023 at 02:14 by Hoover300 (Kentucky)        

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Those are so neat! Iím sure a lot of Singer Sewing Machine Co collectors would love a singer branded lux. Looks like the Brazilian Lux has a green tint to the Bakelite?

Post# 462466 , Reply# 8   4/21/2023 at 10:57 by royalsuper (france )        

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Kieran ! the Brazilian Z63 seems to have the ends in green bakelite but the model reference does not lead me anywhere !

Post# 462471 , Reply# 9   4/21/2023 at 13:51 by Collector2 (Moose Jaw, Sk)        

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WOW! Great find. I have seen a Singer made by Goblin before but not by Electrolux. That is very similar to the Volta U133 I just picked up (also made in England by Electrolux). I am missing the floor brush for it though (should have been the same one).

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Post# 462472 , Reply# 10   4/21/2023 at 14:48 by royalsuper (france )        

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THANKS ! on the other hand, I don't really like the candy pink Z65 with the plastics that turn yellow and the handle that breaks very easily !!

Post# 462476 , Reply# 11   4/21/2023 at 18:53 by Hoover300 (Kentucky)        

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Sadly models from countries other than the UK, US, and France seem very hard to find(Aussie Z31 anybody?). I'd love to find the Swedish model made exclusively during WWII.

Post# 462478 , Reply# 12   4/21/2023 at 19:25 by huskyvacs (Gnaw Bone, Indiana)        

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Sadly vacuum collecting hasn't existed for so long in other countries yet, so most vacuums did not get saved / preserved / documented.



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