Sunday, January 21, 2018

Miele : S7210 Twist Upright Vacuum (Royal Blue)

A significant benefit of the Miele S7 series is its innovative, patented SwivelNeck, which allows steering in all directions. The SwivelNeck is so maneuverable the S7 can even be laid flat to the floor which makes getting under beds and other low furnishings easier than ever before. Using the foot switch, the casing is disengaged from the floor head and the rear wheels disappear into the body of the vacuum enhancing overall maneuverability without exertion on your body. Movements are fluid, natural and almost effortless.

The other key to nimbleness is smooth running front caster wheels that rotate 360 and have non-marring rubber wheels that protect hard, smooth surfaces like tile and wood flooring. The S7 negotiates obstacles with incredible ease and reaches into inaccessible places… between tables, chairs and under chairs. Unlike other vacuum concepts, the Miele S7 provides this maximum agility without making you carry the weight. Thanks to superior engineering, when the vacuum is reclined, the majority of weight is carried by the base electro brush assembly making it easy to hold and remarkably easy to push.

All accessories fit the handle and the telescopic suction wand. And, because motor power can be regulated, delicate surfaces and fabrics such as curtains and lamp shades can easily be cleaned. Of course, the super-long power cord provides the ultimate convenience vacuuming without inconvenient interruptions to switch power outlets. The S7210 is equipped with a 39-foot long cord and together with its flexible suction hose and telescopic wand, offers a massive 54-foot operating radius that’s an amazingly convenient cleaning reach!


4-stage suction control via rotary dial Sealed System construction Unique HyClean filtering dustbag Dustbag change indicator Super Air Clean filter 12-foot integrated flexible hose 4 fully-integrated accessories

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