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Let's talk vacuums. Hardwood floor vacuums

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Samuel Smith, Apr 1, 2012.

  1. Samuel Smith

    Samuel Smith Senior member

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    I have a 1200sf condo. Covers 3 stories - all 1200 sf are hardwood including staircases. Need opinions on a vacuum that can cover this area corded or cordless. budget shall not be considered in this conversation. what works for you?
     


  2. dragon8

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    Shark Navigator Liftaway.

    BTW, 1200sf on three levels is something I can't envision. Any pics of the your place?
     


  3. Samuel Smith

    Samuel Smith Senior member

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    thanks for input. havent looked at this shark model yet.


    how about a floor plan? technically, its four. entry leads up to master bed / bath on 2nd. another set of stairs leads to living space and 2nd bedroom, next flight of stairs leads to den / terrace

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    Very nice! Thanks!
     


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    I have the predecessor to this this one. Miele is renown for its quality, and it'll be the right size and weight for carrying around your place. Get it w/ the HEPA filter option.
     


  6. Samuel Smith

    Samuel Smith Senior member

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    looks good - I think my fiance also came across this one during the search. I am trying to convince her that the dyson isnt necessarily the best option.


     


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    we have a dyson - it sucks (not in the good, vacuum way)
     


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    I'm happy with my Dyson but like every woman I have met , it started sucking hard and after a few years now just do the bare necessary
     


  9. Samuel Smith

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    ha. nice. Folkeston UK? My dad / grandparents are from Lydd. Don't think I have ever met anyone who would know where Lydd is so had to shout it out!

     


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    Lydd has an airport..

    Can't be that bad..
     


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    I've heard some great things about the LG vacs....I plan to buy one when mine dies

    I think this is the model I was looking at http://www.lg.com/us/vacuum-cleaners/lg-LuV250C-upright-vacuum
    but there are also bigger or more specialized feature options.

    There seem to be good deals that show up on them, I almost jumped on one at newegg for something in the range of $125-175 and they seem like pretty awesome vacs.
     


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