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Why one wand?
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Post# 463700   6/8/2023 at 09:00 (379 days old) by RainbowD4C (Saint Joseph, Michigan )        

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My husband well (we) are starting a new business. I'm split time between my job (working two full time jobs basically) and he is full time getting his place up and off the ground. I have been working at getting the office and showroom up set up. With that being said I took my Kirby to the site and have been using that and I wasn't sure if I was going to keep it at the site or get a new vacuum for the business. Realizing that now everyone will have the patience to use the Kirby I went and bought a Bissell Cleanview Bagged upright. While Bissell isn't my go to brand they are an okay brand. But I feel like they come with one major flaw which is that they only come with one short little wand. I have never understood this. So me being the problem solver that I am I ordered two extra wants just so that I had that extra reach.

Why does Bissell think that this is okay. One short wand and it's about the equivalent of using the hose.


Post# 463706 , Reply# 1   6/8/2023 at 10:23 (379 days old) by panasonicvac (Northern Utah)        

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Basically just like everybody else in department stores, they do it to cut costs.

Post# 463868 , Reply# 2   6/15/2023 at 18:52 (372 days old) by huskyvacs (Gnaw Bone, Indiana)        

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Off the shelf vacuums from the store are not meant to be used in a commercial or industrial setting, they aren't built or equipped for this which is why you void the warranty if the vacuum is used for industrial purposes. In a normal household setting you'd likely never need 2 wands unless you live in a McMansion that has vaulted ceilings. In my house the ceilings are only 7 feet even, so I can easily reach with just a normal vacuum hose.


Post# 463881 , Reply# 3   6/16/2023 at 09:04 (371 days old) by RainbowD4C (Saint Joseph, Michigan )        

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I'm not using it out in the shopwhere all the fabrication and work is being done. It's used for the showroom and offices. We have a couple of shop vacs for those areas. I went with this model mostly because it seems to be the easiest to use and upkeep. I guess it was looking at a matter of cleaning displays, shelves, tight spots that type of thing. I use the vacuum for everything at home and work and extra reach is always welcome.


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