|Price incl. VAT||£396.36|
|Price excl. VAT||£330.30|
|Extended warranty + 1 year||
The vacuum cleaner Cordless Air Lift achieved using the two supplied batteries up to 60 minutes of operation at full power, which is quite sufficient for cleaning. The charging base recharges the battery in just three hours and will automatically terminate charging at its full capacity.
The Cordless Air Lift vacuum cleaner has two batteries, allowing it to operate for up to 60 minutes at full power, which is quite sufficient for a good clean-up. Each battery takes 3 hours to charge and automatically switches off once fully charged. The cyclonic Air Cordless Lift delivers constant and strong suction power, while the patented WindTunnel3 technology provides 3 channels of suction across the width of the floor head for a powerful performance. The rotating brush bar is perfect for thorough cleaning of carpets and can be switched off when vacuuming hard floors.
Cleaning stairs with a conventional vacuum cleaner can be a challenge, so this model includes a new 'Lift-out' design. After you have cleaned the carpets and floors in the normal upright position, you can press a button and the lift-out cylinder detaches from the main body, the extra reach now enabling you to easily clean stairs, upholstery and furniture.
The cleaner’s front LED lamp lets you see dirt more easily and helps when cleaning under furniture and other difficult to reach places. And if you press the boost button, you can achieve powerful vacuuming performance to tackle stubborn dirt, pet hair, and high traffic areas around your home.
Operating time per one battery (standard/boost): 30/17 min
Battery recharge time: 3 h
Standard accessories (body attachments):
Dusting brush, crevice tool, fine dust attachment, UP TOP brush, charging station + 2 batteries
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