Electrolux Z4411 Powerplus Reviews
Product Type: Electrolux vacuums
Newest Review: ... in a way, it'd be brilliant if they did); little stuff, like dust and bits of fluff. Handy things to have, then. In all ... more
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Customer Electrolux Z4411 Powerplus Reviews (3)
by - written on 15/08/09 (Very useful, 191 readings)
Man alive, that's a painfully obvious title, isn't it? Normally I'd be arsed to come up with something better (or I'd at least go to the trouble of plagiarising someone else's) but I've been out all day, I haven't had my tea yet and I already had the review written, so it'll have to do. Anyway. Vacuum cleaners. Not a household item that I generally take much interest in, but there does come a point when you sincerely begin to wonder whether the mounds of dust and dog hair that regularly blow through the living room in the manner of tumbleweed may have become so big that it's only a matter of time before they achieve sentient thought. Amazingly, I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/08, updated on 22/06/08 (Very useful, 187 readings)
When hubby was working in Scotland on an extended contract he rented a flat up there and the vacuum cleaner provided was worse than useless so we decided that he should buy a cheap but decent one for the duration and then bring it home with him at the end of the contract. As it happens it has worked our well because we are currently living in our cottage on the Great Orme in Llandudno but have yet to sell our house down on the West Shore. Clearly we need a vacuum cleaner at each address - the one up here needs to keep the place clean and, since Mew, the cat, has adopted us this one really needs to be the Miele Cat and Dog TT 5000 that I did an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/07 (Very useful, 707 readings)
£19-00 it does seem like an extraordinary bargain that you can buy a cheap cylinder vacuum cleaner just to suck up dirt and there are a few models exclusive to Argos and Tesco which offer bagged collection of dirt Ė but in almost all cases the bag capacity is small or the machine has to be emptied all the time after each use which for anyone like me, I canít be bothered with. These days however Electrolux have waxed clever to the idea of the humble paper bag, which is why you will find most of their current bagged cylinders equipped with a few paper bags to start you off AND a permanent washable textile bag to use instead. Make no mistake if you have a cylinder vacuum ... Read the complete review
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