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Large Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

Just hang it on the wall to recharge it.
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Never trip over another cord again! Inspired by the hand-held vacuum, this model can be taken up and down stairs (as well as vacuum the stairs) without ever having to look for a plug.
Nicicle, May 15 2004

(??) baked, sorry... http://householdapp...e_rechargeable.html
probably better examples than this. where is phoe? [po, Oct 04 2004]

In-Wall Vacuum http://www.smarthome.com/9256.html
Not rechargeable, but requires no electrical wall plug, and there is no no heavy equipment to lug up and down stairs. Yes, the initial investment is somewhat larger. [jurist, Oct 04 2004]

(??) Large Cordless Rechargeable Vacuum http://www.sewserg..../abp02122-0773.html
As [po] probably was pointing out, units like this Eureka model typically aren't worth what you pay for them ...Even under $60US. [jurist, Oct 04 2004]


       you require a *large* re-chargeable vacuum cleaner? whats wrong with the little ones?
po, May 15 2004

       So you don't have to bend over and break your back, po!
Nicicle, May 15 2004

       That's OK - you could leave the battery downstairs and just have a power cord between the battery and the vacuum cleaner...
hippo, May 16 2004

       po doesn't have to bend over and break her back to anything - she has a staff of willing slaves drawn from the males of the HB.
DrCurry, May 16 2004

       what happened to the central vacuum hook up ideas of the past? where all you had to do was plug the vacuum hose into the wall.   

       just noticed it there as a link by jurist,
engineer1, May 17 2004

       ...and with a decent vacuum cleaner pulling 2-4 kW, it would be quite some accumulator
loonquawl, Mar 23 2009

       Did the "stick" vacuum cleaner form factor not yet exist in 2004?
notexactly, Dec 07 2019


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