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post #1 of Old 03-16-2012, 04:42 PM Thread Starter
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What is your favorite Vacuum Brand / Model?

So my store offers several different brands/models of Vacuums and Floor machines however I want to know what are/is your favorite brand/model and why do you like it so much? I am always looking to improve my selection of product and who better to ask than you all! Thank you in advance for your input!

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No one has a favorite? (By the way, I promise I am not a spambot!)

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Hey it is a good way to interact with your costumer directly as you may know that what your costumer wants from you and in which place you should change quality of your product. If you keep products according to your costumer's choice then definitely they will like it and will purchase product from your store. Apart from this you can ask them for trial use as they can assure that the product which they are going to purchase is right or not.
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I guess it depends on what i am vacuuming. I like well built all metal vacuums like the kirby or a royal if i can find one. I love using a backpack vac but only it it has a straight pipe with a sidewinder attachment . I vacuum the carpet in a walmart superstore entry every night and i get about 5 pounds of dirt in the bag. We had a dyson but it only lasted about 3 weeks and it fell apart. i currently use a pro team xp1500 and it works ok but the brush roll wears out very fast and it likes to plug up . so far the kirby i tested on the wm carpet works the best . that carpet is really hard on machines.
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I love Henry, it is very powerful and you don't need to replace the vacuum cleaner bag frequently.
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post #6 of Old 03-30-2012, 11:44 AM
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It's hard to pick a favorite because each vacuum has it's pros and cons. It really comes down to what your customers need from their vacuums--do they have pets? Hardwood floors or carpets? Will they need to carry it up and down stairs? Dyson and Miele have some really good options for just about everyone.
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Royal and Kirby and def some of the more durable vacs out there. Dyson is nice on a residential level in my opinion. Once you start using them for the day to day cleaning they just dont last.

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I quite like Dyson and Dirt Devil for residential cleaning.
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Favorite vacuum

I only do commercial carpets and only use back packs. All Pro makes good machines as does All Star. I have an old All Star that has great suction after all these years.

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