Panasonic MCE3001 Reviews
Description:Upright, Bag, 1700 Watt, 21.98 ft.Cord / The MCE3001 is a Upright vacuum with 1700 watts power / Short name: Pana ... more
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Customer Panasonic MCE3001 Reviews (2)
by - written on 09/02/09 (Useful, 324 readings)
3 years ago, after a very poor performance from my quite young Electrolux upright cleaner, I decided to go for a Panasonic as I seemed to remember my mum having one many moons ago that was really quite reliable and lasted her for quite a number of years. Luckily at the time of purchase Comet had an offer on this one and I purchased same plus a good supply of bags This cleaner has been fantastic value for money. Its still going very strong and is so reliable and efficient. I would recommend it to anyone. We have a family of 4 (2 small children included) and it keeps the place spick and span. I also find that the paper ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/07 (Very useful, 2211 readings)
Whenever consumers are looking through endless online searches for a vacuum cleaner the inevitable brand that often comes up seems to be Hoover or Electrolux. Most consumers are now trying to go for the cheaper bagless option but there is still a manufacturer out there who is making both bagless and bagged uprights at little cost price hoping to extend the same parts and spares division for a little longer. Panasonic as a brand should therefore impart good quality and design and in a way whilst their audio equipment and kitchen appliances are good, Iíve often questioned the principles of their floor care range, partly because the U.S of A has a better range ... Read the complete review
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