The model has been designed from the ground up to compete with mains connected cleaners – at least for floor cleaning. It features a lightweight design at just 3.5kg, excellent performance on both hard floors and carpet, and a low profile for easy mobility.
The Mk2 is similar in many ways to the original vacuum, but has been upgraded in several key areas. The AirLOC system maintains the vacuum’s ability to pick up fine dust, while improving its large debris performance. The dirt system has also been changed to provide extra compression and an easier-to-empty design.
It’s true that these aren’t revolutionary changes. But the Mk2 is certainly an upgrade compared to the original.
Most importantly, the AirRam is great at picking up dirt and dust – and in many cases can almost match a corded vacuum. It’s also a stylish model with excellent build quality.
The biggest downside of this cordless vacuum is that it doesn’t come with any tools or attachments. Unlike cordless vacuum cleaners from brands such as Dyson, there’s no option to use it in a handheld mode. It’s also not the best cordless for pet hair, as it struggles to remove hair from carpet fibres.Check the Greatly Discounted Best Sellers 2018 and Special Offers! Also Check Our Other Websites:
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