[internetworkers] Canister Vacuum
scott at scottboggsdesign.com
Mon Apr 21 13:42:45 EDT 2008
I bought this Kenmore
Christmas and think it's great. It has some design elements that are
highly usable, i.e. retractable cord, easy to take things apart, easy to
remove/add the vacuum bag. Apparently all canister vac.s can have better
suction and have better sound insulation than upright vacuums. It does great
on hardwood floors using the 8 or 10" floor attachment that comes with it.
There are 1 or 2 models *above* this in their line, but, if I recall, they
just had some non-essential electronics--maybe a touch pad rather than an
on/off switch--which seemed like they would break before the motor would.
I can't vouch for durability yet though.
On Sat, Apr 19, 2008 at 9:42 PM, <davidbr at davidbr.com> wrote:
> I am looking for a canister vacuum to use on wood floors.
> The selection of canister vacuums is not good these days and a regular
> vacuum does not get close to the corners so I have to vacuum the edges a
> second time with an attachment.
> What I am looking for is powerful, small and does not break often. New or
> used is not an issue. Sears had a canister vacuum that I thought fits the
> bill however reviews show the hose and all the attachments needing replaced
> in the first year.
> A great used vacuum store was at the state fair grounds however they seem
> to have moved.
> Any suggestions on a vacuum or a place to get a powerful small one ?
> Thank you
> davidbr at davidbr.com
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