Sebo X1.1 Automatic Reviews
Description:Brand: Samson / Design: Upright / Bagless: No / Sebo Automatic Bagged Upright Vacuum X1.1 / Sebo Automatic Bagged Upright Vacuum X1.1 To Sebo design is something more than superficial styling / Sebo vacuum cleaners are built to work / Professional users ... more
Sebo X1.1 Automatic ... prefer Sebo worldwide / With good reason! Our success is due to our innovative products and our strong focus on quality / Modern technology state-of-the-art design and consistent customer focus are found in all Sebo products / They are easy to maintain and simple to use / The automatic X machines will give exceptional cleaning performance automatically adjusting themselves to the optimum cleaning height / They will switch themselves off automatically if they are jammed blocked or if the bag is full / Once located on the holder the bag will load into the machine automatically simply by your closing the cover / When it comes to upright vacuums the intelligent choice is automatic / An all-round powerful and versatile upright vacuum cleaner 1150 watt motor Computer Control System S-CLASS filtration Anti-allergy design with British Allergy Foundation Approval Can be used for carpet cleaning 5 year parts and 2 year labour domestic use guarantee A range of accessories available Award winning reliability Light and easy to use Excellent for allergy sufferers Ideal for carpet Hard floors and pet hair Weight: 7.3kg / Short name: Sebo X1.1
Newest Review: ... are a long thin crevice nozzle which I use to fit in the smallest of gaps and when reaching up to cobwebs and the upholstery ... more
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Customer Sebo X1.1 Automatic Reviews (3)
by - written on 10/02/12, updated on 10/02/12 (Very useful, 166 readings)
Ten years ago when I first brought our SEBO automatic X1.1 vacuum cleaner I was not aware of the quality of the brand, and had barely heard of them. They are a German company, but do have a manufacturing site in the UK. When the latest in a series of vacuum cleaners failed on us we visited a small reliable independent electrical store in the market town where we live and were advised that if we wanted a quality machine that would last we should consider a SEBO. The available model then was the 1.1 and having looked in the same shop this week when I was purchasing replacement bags, I noticed that the trusty 1.1 model is still for sale there now looking exactly the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/11/09, updated on 07/11/09 (Very useful, 1574 readings)
Despite Dyson's best efforts to become the best well known brand for vacuums through product design and court infringements, I was shocked to find recently that from latest findings from a rival consumer review website company that the most preferred vacuums on the market all take disposable bags with the Sebo X1.1 at number one and two other X models in the top ten*. Naturally after so many years of not owning a Sebo X1 Automatic and selling my X4 Pet to a friend, I jumped at the chance of purchasing the X1.1 immediately; it has always been the model I've recommended to others over the pricier X4 models. I've had Hoover Purepower uprights, Panasonic bagged uprights and . Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/08, updated on 15/10/09 (Very useful, 267 readings)
I have been going through vacuums as fast as biscuits in the past 12 years as a mum. You can bet, 6 - 12 months down the line something blows, breaks or the kids feed the hamster to it (no mine have never fed the hamster to a vacuum, although when my middle one was 2 he came close.... lucky it was unplugged at the time!!!!) So I have had a pretty poor run of it. Actually didn't help my ex thought he was handyman of the year and tried to fix them (often making them worse if he actually managed to put the things back together) possibly ruining a few of them. After my other half moved in his electolux lasted all of.... 4 months before the constant kids ... Read the complete review
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