Product Name: Eureka PowerSpeed Pro Swivel Plus with LED and Attachments
Swivel plus steering
Easy to maneuver
Deluxe stretch hose
Perfect for pet owners
Includes 5 on-board tools
Deluxe stretch flexible cleaning hose extends up to 4x its original length, allowing the user to clean elevated surfaces with ease using quick release handle and other cleaning attachments
Crevice tool is 7 inches long, enabling the user to clean narrow and tight areas and gaps and along the baseboards edges, various corners and similar hard to reach areas
Turbo brush features small air turbine which powers small brush roll (hence the name). Turbo brush is suitable for cleaning smaller areas like stairs, smaller carpets and similar. It is very efficient cleaning tool for removing human and pet hair, lint, fibers and similar dirt
Dusting brush cleans dust from surfaces like curtains, lampshades, desks, furniture etc
Upholstery tool is designed for cleaning of various delicate surfaces commonly found at homes
Seems their marketing department is in desperate need of a proofreader. Not sure what engergy is, nor why it’s advantageous that this product saves it for me. I did muster up enough energy to provide a helpful link for future reference though.
FYI Reading the reviews, here is the “home” fix for a common problem.
“Loved this vacuum…for the first 3 times I used it. Then it wouldn’t turn on! I called the company and explained that the on/off switch didn’t feel the same. It felt “spongy” (for lack of a better term). Eureka said it may have overheated and I needed to let it rest. I did that and it still didn’t start. They said they would replace it with a better model (which it wasn’t and I did not want). I’d have to send them a picture of the serial number tag on the vacuum and a picture of the cord which had to be cut off at the base. I decided to pull the cap (foot pedal) off of the on/off switch in order to see if that was the problem and indeed it was. The button inside the well works perfectly! It’s the cap (foot pedal) that kept slipping off the button. I called Eureka again and explained this. I asked if they could send a new cap (foot pedal) which they did. It slips off the on/off switch just like the original because it’s hollow! I filled the hollow portion of the “arm” that pushes down the on/off switch and WALA…it works perfectly each and every time! Eureka shouldn’t depend on the people who are paying for their product to do their re-engineering!”
Never shocking to see that any of the images neglect to show the 30ft cord wrapped in a bundle around the handle or dangling off to one side while in use. Almost like they want people to think all vacuums are cordless . . .
Mine was delivered yesterday in several different pieces. The bag-less unit was separate from the swivel suction, and the handles was another separate piece. I worked for about 2 minutes trying to put together, but then thought a cocktail sounded better. Will try again over the weekend!
Got mine today, finally. Seems to be an alright vacuum for the price. But the Turbo Stair/Upholstery Brush is a joke - set it on the upholstery and the brush stops instantly. Not enough suction to make it spin strongly.