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TiHara wrote:Thanks for the reply, I know how they ship, I just need to know how they are going to ship this. Usually they say ground delivery or SmartPost. This time they just say that's it's too late to receive it by Christmas. If it's coming ground, I can use my street address. If it's being shipped by SmartPost, I need to give them my Box Office number. USPS will not deliver to the houses in this town, you have to go to the Post Office.
SmartPost sucks as much as todays item does. As long as package is in FedEx system, it really moves. But it travels in slow motion as soon as USPS gets hold of it.
Damn you woot gods! This is exactly what I need to get for a xmas gift. Why couldn't have this been put up a couple weeks ago?!
SimpilotMN wrote:Would this make a good Christmas present for my spouse?
Unless you like sleeping on the couch, no.
women/men don't like to think that thier spouse is telling them that the house needs cleaning >.>
sgoman5674 wrote:Don't you normally put kitty litter in a litter box and not on your floor?
But to answer your question, I believe it does.
Yes, _I_ usually put it in the box. But the cats, on the other hand, get it between their toes and track it all over the place...
Wntrgarnet wrote:I heard these things really SUCK--(PUN)
Sorry Woot... If you must PUNish me for that bad PUN, you should lock me away in the PUNitentiary for life..
Too late? I was going to get this vacuum for my wife this Christmas.
I've had the purple one for about 6 months now. $35 seems overpriced to me, though. I got it on clearance at Target for $15 + tax.
I'm a single guy in a one bed apartment with a mix of carpet, area rugs, linoleum, and hardwood floors. I love it for cleaning up my constant supply of crumbs. It runs for maybe 5 minutes on a charge. The cup does fill up pretty fast, though. Big drawback is the cup needs frequent hand washing to keep suction at a good level. I wash it probably every other full discharge of the vac. I wish I had found extra cups for a cheap price.
Mine is starting to show a reduced charge capacity already after 6 months. I'm probably down to about 4 minutes use on a full charge now. I always use the floor unit with it so I'm sure that reduces the amount of time I can use it, because the brushes are motorized.
Personally, at $35 I wouldn't buy it - but I'm pretty cheap...
i was literally one click away from purchasing this but found this version instead. same style just doesnt pop out as a portable vac. costs less and has SUPERB reviews.
I bought this mainly to compare it to the $35 Quick-Up and decided that I like the QU better, it holds more before I notice the strain on the battery. The EasyClean is what another reviewer said: a dust buster on a stick. The dirt clings immediately to the end of the filter, blocking the suction. With the Quick-Up, there is more surface area to the filter and can be used longer between emptyings. I use my corded full-size vac to clean the filter of what it's picked up. The suction seamed weak at the handheld nozzle and, that being narrow, the main nozzle will not have enough concentrated suction to be effective on bare floors. My opinion, save your money, get the Quick-Up.
UPDATE: I returned this to the 'big box' store and bought the Hoover Platinum LiNX cordless and it performs flawlessly, check out the reviews on it. Warning, it is pricey. Otherwise, go for the Quick-Up. That 'big box' store for some reason decided to discontinue it but you can find it here at Amazon.com. Use a corded vac to clean the filter for best performance. Mine came with 2 batteries, the model number is mentioned in my review of the Quick-Up.
sold in target: $39+tax.
im going after work to pick one up. just got in the mood to do some SUCKING.
This item is available online, but is not available in stores.
NO!!! Never EVER give a vacuum as a gift!!
radi0j0hn wrote:The Eureka name is owned by Electrolux and the name is being phased out, with Electrolux replacing it. This COULD be be why these are on sale. Sadly, if history is any reference, some cheap-a$$ company will buy the Eureka name and try to sell trash using the name until the consumers get wise. Just my prediction.
I will not ever buy an Electrolux product ever. Since they closed the plant here in Michigan 15 minutes from my house. 2000 employees. Basterds!
NightGhost wrote:Didn't you see the little "I'm not dumb" ;) symbol at the end of the message?
Oh that wasn't meant to say "I'm not dumb"..I just have a tick. Butt know eye'm knot dumb. I earned an alligator stamp in my third grade math class! Dumb...psh I never
Has this shipped for anyone?
lsb70 wrote:Has this shipped for anyone?
Not mine... HUMMM
edncassie wrote:Not mine... HUMMM
ALSO Waiting!! First Woot, and not inpressed!!! No Info or Emails!! Ordered Dec 23, ANYONE HEAR ANYTHING???
Still hasn't shipped but my froggies are already shipped!
kareng8183 wrote:Still hasn't shipped but my froggies are already shipped!
Thanks for the reply. Lets hope it does ship!!
Just got a shipping notice! I ordered two so lets hope they arrive together...
Finally shipped..probably slow because of the holiday!
I purchased the Eureka Easy Clean and I really like it. I have 3 dogs and it picked up the dog hair off my wood floors great. It is for small pick ups,and I like it. Stores easy because its small.
Tashlan wrote:Just got a shipping notice! I ordered two so lets hope they arrive together...
2 hands, 2 vacuums?
This is the best little vacuum I ever purchased. It cleans my hard wood floors in nothing flat, and I love that I can take the vacuum out for hard to reach places. Great purchase.
Worked great for almost a year but now the switch is starting to go. I can get it to turn on after playing with the switch a bit, but getting it into a position where the brushes turn is practically impossible. Contacted Eureka about warranty repair/replacement. We'll see how that goes.
Just shy of two years since I bought this, and it's completely useless now - will no longer hold enough charge to do a 10x15 room. We haven't used it a whole lot, as we have a full-size corded vac that is more powerful, but this Eureka was great for quick touch-ups for about a year... then I started noticing the charge lasted less and less of the house, until now I seriously can't even do the hallway before it dies. Also, even when fully charged, the brush doesn't always spin anymore. Bummer, as it sure is lightweight, and was great while it worked.
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