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This versatile cordless vacuum cleaner features two brush heads which will help you tackle both carpets and hard floors.
It is easy to use, and very lightweight. If you find yourself needing to switch regularly between plug sockets, this cordless model will help you save time, while also delivering an efficient clean-up of dust and hair.
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The Vistefly VX has a powerful suction, with three different suction levels that will ensure even tiny dirt and small hairs in hard-to-reach places are thoroughly cleaned.
It can be easily transformed into a handheld vacuum cleaner, helping you to make light work of vacuuming stairs.
Equipped with 2200mAh detachable and rechargeable batteries, the Vistefly VX provides up to 50 minutes of cleaning time. And its large 1.2L dust box makes for very economical use. Plus you can empty the dustbin with a touch of a button, so you don’t have to get your hands dirty.
This cordless vacuum cleaner also comes with a 12-month quality guarantee.
Why Choose a Cordless Vacuum Cleaner?
Choosing between a corded and cordless vacuum decision is an important decision.
Cordless vacuums are lighter, and not restricted by cord length or proximity to power sockets. They're also smaller and easier to store.
However, dust capacity can be smaller compared with corded models. And while cordless vacuums can be effective at cleaning in hard to reach areas, corded vacuums tend to be more powerful.
You should also consider battery life. Most cordless vacuums last for 20-45 minutes, so look out for a cleaner that runs long enough for you.
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