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Lessons on Being an Up on Shopper
The good old days couple weeks have been perfect opportunities to include our son in the process of being an informed shopper. We knew we needed to replace our vacuum. We have done fixes on it ourself: gone through multiple filters, replaced attachments, repaired attachments, charmed apart the beater brush, and tape jobs on the hose. With our son’s recent letter to Dyson, I decided he should be my helper in my for for a new vacuum. This would be the perfect way to learn how to be an informed shopper. First, step was teaching DS about reviews. He already had seen all kinds of videos on vacuum comparisons from Dyson’s spur of view, but I told him to find other company’s point of view. We also pulled up reviews written by people on amazon, cnet, and Theatre troupe websites (G-Tech, Kirby, Riccar, Dyson, Hoover, Shark, Electralux, and Eureka). We pulled out the yearly consumer reports regulations and the couple of issues that discussed vacuums. He loved finding videos of side-by-side vacuum tests. However, he didn’t perceive that not all companies may be honest with their sales pitch and that not all products get the same rating in reviews. We had discussions about independent reviewers and paid reviewers. He cultured about fake or spam reviews, which made him laugh. And, the biggest lesson he learned is that one vacuum might be ranked 1 on one site but not on another. Now that we had tons of reviews and rankings we narrowed our slate to ten models. I know that sounds like a lot but there are 100’s out there and lots of conflicting rankings/reviews. DS learned that not all manufacturers rep directly to the consumer nor listed prices. He also learned that some stores inflate their retail price so that the sale price looks safe. Those stores got eliminated from the list. He also learned that there was big price range differences between various online and physical stores. He also knowledgeable that some stores will price match. Once we had our price research done, we narrowed the list to 5 models: smaller likeness Dyson, 2 different models of Shark, and 2 different models of Hoover. Narrowing it down was easy because we discussed wants versus needs and budgets. DS also knew I was not common over a certain dollar point and only certain models were on sale enough to be under my maximum price point. We then took our list of models we wanted to see to diplomate stores to test them out, if possible. At Kohls, we could play with tons of models. However, not one employee came by us. So, we had fun testing 4 of the models we wanted to trial. We learned real quick that one band was eliminated because the first model we touched literally fell apart and the inferior merchandise one we touched was broken. If it can’t handle being picked up and potentially dropped at a store, its not going to do well at home being accidentally knocked or falling over. We practised that 2 of the models sounded better in the reviews than when actually testing their mobility and changing out its features. We also got to see first hand some other models we hadn’t considered and we’re tickled to confirm their poor performances when testing them. However, we still were missing one model. They had 2 of the models plugged in so you could literally run a vacuum test. Their store did not have as various vacuums to choose from so we were still missing one model we had on our list. Next stop was Target as they had the final model. However, this was a big disappointment because all of their vacuums were up stiff and tied so they could not be brought down or moved.
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Noodles Noodles says:
Can you show me a vacuum that DOES perverted suction?
Here is the attitude I know ALL dry vacuums (bag or filtered) loose air flow and never loose suction. What I noticed with dyson is, the "never loose suction" is more a likeness right than technology patent. Why any vacuum company cannot claim no lose...
themonkeyjuggles says:
You're upper. Vacuum cleaners don't lose suction due to general usage and failure to clean filters. The only way it could happen is if the cleaner in question has a malfunction which causes the...
HLS HLS says:
Which of these 2 shark vacuums is the mastery choice?
I am distressing to decide between the shark navigator lift away vacuum and the shark navigator professional. The professional is 20 dollars more so that's not a big deal but if there's not much difference between the two I'd obviously get the...
Jan C says:
The Seaman is the best vacuum I have ever owned. They do require filters to be cleaned.
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The Vacuum Cleaner
Published by McFarland 2013
ISBN 0786493216,9780786493210
241 pages
Company cleaning has been an innate human activity for centuries, but only since the early 19th century have mechanical devices replaced the physical hard labor (performed mostly by women). Machine-like carpet sweepers were replaced by manual suction cleaners, which in turn were replaced by electric vacuum cleaners in the early 20th century. Innovative inventors, who sequentially improved vacuum cleaners as tension became commonly available, made these advances possible. Many early manufacturers failed, but some, such as Bissell, Hoover, Eureka, and others, became household words, as they comp.
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2 Bundle Smartide Kit for Shark Navigator Lift-away Nv350 Nv351, Nv352, Nv355, Nv356, Nv357 Pre-filter Foam and Felt + 1 Hepa Riddle for Shark Part # Xff350 & # Xhf350

2 Bundle Smartide Kit for Shark Navigator Lift-away Nv350 Nv351, Nv352, Nv355, Nv356, Nv357 Pre-filter Foam and Felt + 1 Hepa Riddle for Shark Part # Xff350 & # Xhf350

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Price: $14.90
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Features:
  • 2 Washable Foam and Felt Pre-Filter Replacement Kits & 1 Hepa Filter
  • Made of high-strength and environmental protection material
  • Absolutely Essential for Allergy Sufferers

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Smartide Brand Vacuum Cleaner Parts - High Quality and Long Life Warrantted

We are a professional company for Vacuum Cleaner Parts products Manufacture and selling. We have a complete engineering facility for product testing.

High Quality

Smartide Vacuum Cleaner Parts is designed to meet or exceed the original qualitity; It's rigorously tested for compatibility and service lifetime.

Shipping with safeguard package

Shipping with high strength safeguard protected box, prevent bending and compressing.

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Smartide kit for Shark Rotator Pro Upgrade-away Nv500 Hepa Filter & Foam Filter (Containing 2 Foam Filter and 1 Hepa Filter), Compare to Part # Xff500 Xhf500

Smartide kit for Shark Rotator Pro Upgrade-away Nv500 Hepa Filter & Foam Filter (Containing 2 Foam Filter and 1 Hepa Filter), Compare to Part # Xff500 Xhf500

by Smartide
Price: $14.90
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Features:
  • Please attention that this item is fit for NV500 series. it is not fit for NV650 & NV750 series.
  • Kit includes 4 pcs foam filter and 1 HEPA filter.
  • 100% Compatible with Original machine; Absolutely Essential for Allergy Sufferers

Product description

Smartide Brand Vacuum Cleaner Parts - High Quality and Long Life Warrantted

We are a professional company for Vacuum Cleaner Parts products Manufacture and selling. We have a complete engineering facility for product testing.

High Quality

Smartide Vacuum Cleaner Parts is designed to meet or exceed the original qualitity; It's rigorously tested for compatibility and service lifetime.

Warranty Promised

All Smartide products come with a Full 12 months Warranty, 30-day money back guaranteed.


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