The question is, if I order this, will I be able to find a girlfriend to give it to by Valentine’s Day? I think this would be a great Valentine’s Day gift that would really strengthen my fledgling relationship.
@PhysAssist Fakespot is for bitches that can’t simply browse the reviews and make some common sense analysis as to what is authentic and what is not. The decision making algorithm fakespot uses is marginal at best in detection. The concept of fakespot is great, but until the logic of the software is better in detecting real from fake, it remains a tool for bitches.
Sorry, Meh, but I am a cordless convert: http://hoover.com/products/details/bh51120pc/air-cordless-lift-upright-vacuum/ especially when I can take it off the powerhead and pack it down to the car (it works GREAT for this, and doesn’t need emptying partway through like a little handheld) and I got it on sale which means I paid about what you’re charging. Add in the fact that I am a slob and don’t vacuum much, and I really don’t need a third vacuum (I also have a cheap, brushless, corded one that gets used for gucky clean-ups like spilled (albeit clean) cat litter or baking soda that gets poured down when something gets spilled on the carpet. Oh, and the cordless has a headlight which is amazingly helpful when it comes to cleaning up broken glass. Sorry, Meh, but I can’t even bring myself to feel meh on this one.
I inherited a full Shark set when I moved into my dad’s house. I know for some reason he hated it and I was ambivalent - then my husband sort of stopped watering the Christmas tree this year. Here are the before and afters of removing the tree, with about a 15-minute interval between pictures. I felt like a Shark testimonial was being filmed!
@LinnE A dried-out Christmas tree is an awesome fire hazard. It’s like your very own molotov cocktail in your living room. All it takes is for a light circuit to overheat, or some other tiny cause, and your house is burnt toast. There are jillions of Christmas tree fire videos on YouTube. Here’s one:
@JohnSchubert Oh, the SECOND I realized the tree wasn’t getting watered, it was out the door. I wouldn’t have been able to sleep. My dad used to demonstrate what could happen by annually torching our tree out in the ditch - those were the days.
@LinnE Now that is impressive. Go on amazon for today’s product. Read the first fake review there and the comment. The company wanted to use some of the fake review rhetoric in their ads and was going to compensate them in some manner. Contact them (email in that comment is email@example.com) and show your photos. You might get lucky.
Something else that chafes my sack is when someone sells a corded appliance, yet the cord does not appear in the picture. I mean WHAT THE FUCK! IF it has a fucking cord, then show it in the fucking picture.
@sammydog01 yeah no shit - I can read. The point is what is the fucking purpose of not including the fucking cord in the cock sucking photograph. Is the cord going to fucking detract from the beauty of the vacuum somehow?
Given the strong dissatisfaction with our current vacuum (a very powerful but unwieldy Electrolux upright), this might be a most welcome V-Day gift. And after all, vacuum cleaner is the cited gift for one’s 21st anniversary…
Mine came to day. That was uncharacteristically fast. LOL
So I ran it over the places I ran the handheld shark that I had bought hoping to cheaply solve my no vac problems and it picked up more cat hair than the handheld. That is a plus and certainly easier to vacuum than doing on my hands and knees with the handheld.
Unfortunately the dirt canister is about the size of the head of a pin (seems awfully close to the size of the handheld). Even in a two room of around 425 square feet and not all of that is carpet, I had to empty it twice.
On the plus side, despite it being all scratched up (yup definitely used and apparently used for a while before it was returned, or at least used carelessly) it did work at least this first time I have used it. With 180 day warranty, hopefully I will find out sooner rather than later what apparently broke and hopefully was fixed well, for it to be returned after using it a lot rather than returned after, say, one use.
Well, mine should have come today, but I saw a strange address connection on the tracking… It is in town, just Not Here. So, as far as having to empty it twice, I can think of 2 responses. You Really needed to vacuum, or it works really well, and you should be pleased you had to empty it twice. I am sure I will understand once it gets here, I just hope it doesn’t look beat to hell… I am giving it to my Mom. And Y in the world would you ever want to vacuum a room with a handheld? Ouch, aching back and knees… Not advised…lol
@Mandamm I did the room with a handheld because that was all I had that worked. My 1980’s vac finally bit the dust and no parts available. Now I can use this but the dirt holder is about the size of a handheld. It is very tiny.