The refurbished Dyson DC18 Slim All-Floor
Vacuum has seen some action. That's what refurbished means, after all.
Someone, somewhere, at some time has cleaned up something so big and so
historical that they were left with no choice but to call the company
and pretend they got a broken machine.
Maybe someone in Boston used the Root Cyclone Technology to clean up a <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boston_Molasses_Disaster">molasses disaster</a>. Maybe they found out too late that even though the Dyson's Easy Empty Bin and Lifetime HEPA Filtration
can trap dirt and up to 99.97% of airborne particles, it still isn't a
good idea to try and vacuum up a wave of molasses moving at thirty five
miles an hour.
Or could it have come from <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Beer_Flood">London</a>?
How many hours could some well-meaning civil servant have spent with
the On Board Tool Storage, trying to get the Brush Tool and Combination
Accessory Tool to clean up leftover beer? Even the well designed
Central Pivot Cleaner Head couldn't have managed the three hundred and
twenty three thousand gallons spilled that day. That's more than Spring
Break and St. Patrick's Day combined! Well, okay, not in Florida. Maybe somewhere in Kansas. Not near a college, of course.
Maybe this Dyson DC18 Slim All-Floor Vacuum swept up the crumbs after that party the telcom companies threw for each other the day the FISA Amnesty
passed the House. Maybe it was clogged with shredded paper by Enron
staffers who tried to cover their tracks. Even if it was just in the
hands of some prissy soccer mom who didn't want to risk ruining her
manicure by emptying the bin, this refurbished Dyson DC18 Slim All-Floor Vacuum is a living memorial to history.
When you consider the Dyson DC18 Slim
All-Floor Vacuum, remember the most important rule of housecleaning.
You don't just use your cleaning tools... you become part of their
legend. And what's that broom ever done with its life?
Warranty: 6 Month Dyson
Suction power - 200 airwatts (constant)
Root Cyclone Technology - Uses cyclonic separation to remove dirt from the air with out using a filter.
Lifetime HEPA Filtration - HEPA (High
Efficiency Particulate Air) filters can remove 99.97% of airborne
particles 0.3 micrometers in diameter. This can trap fine particles
such as pollen or other allergens.
Certified Asthma Friendly - Air expelled from a Dyson DC18 has up to 150 times less mold and bacteria than the air you breathe.
Central pivot on the cleaner head ensures the head maintains perfect contact with the floor even when the machine is turning.
Easy Empty Bin - Button controlled system allows for a clean and hygienic way to discard dust and dirt it traps.
On Board Tool Storage - Brush, stair, and crevice tools store on the machine.
Brush Bar - Will protect delicate floors and rugs
Clear Bin - You can see when the bin should be emptied. No need to buy specific vacuum bags.
Max power input: 11 amps
Cord length: 25 ft.
Maximum reach: 41.58 ft.
Bin capacity: 0.45 gal.
Height: 43.7 in.
Width: 12.1 in.
Depth: 16.3 in.
In the box:
Dyson DC18 Slim All-Floor Vacuum
Combination Accessory Tool
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