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Euro-Pro Shark SV800\VX63 Stick Vacuum

Lightweight cordless vacuum/dustbuster

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Dust Bunny Wars, Who Will Win?

  • Nov 20, 2009
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This is one of those sticks that you can shake at it to let know that you mean business; meaning the dirt and dust in your house and the dirt and dust will heed your warnings if you use this. No one really knows where these come from, yet they appear out of nowhere.  Even with this assault on the dust bunnies the still immediately appear after you have just vacuum. The biggest question for me is where the other furry creatures come from after, you clean and clean and clean, and yet they still keep coming. They seem to be made of an static electromagnet of a dust ball, that when it rolls around it is like a snow ball, it just keeps getting bigger, right in front of your eyes, they seem to roll right before your feet to dare you to just try and suck them up, it is like you are fighting a losing battle.

But, you still do not retreat and hide in your bedroom; you go to the closet and bring this funny looking stick like object out to help you fight the dust bunny war. While you are fighting the battle they continue to try and roll away, but being as persistent as you are they begin to start to lose ground. Soon it is time when you see the white flag and there are no more dust bunnies in sight, but you know that they are just in hiding. Just like any enemy in a war they have withdrawn into the darkness, and you may have won this battle, but all they are doing is regrouping to attack another day. They send you a little message as you put your weapon of choice away, by via a little dust bunny that rolls out from under the dresser where you had just vacuumed, to let you know that there is a bigger war looming on the horizon. But, for now you have won this battle and seem to be somewhat satisfied that you are the victorious one for the time being.

This looks like an overweight swiffer that plugs in and comes alive when fully charged. This will convert into a hand held dust buster to help combat the dead warrior dust bunnies left from the battle that lie on the stairs. The little hand held sucker will detach from then main body and is cordless and work off of a Nicd battery. You will also get a crevice tool for those little bunnies trying to sneak into the cracks and under the hutches around your house. The main body of your weapon of choice will have a two speed motor that will use a rolling brush and have the ability to adjust to all of the obstacles that the opposition puts in your way.

Remember that since this is a Nicd battery it has a memory and that this battery will need to be used all the way down until it registers that is need to be charged. Otherwise you will have a lot of problems just like other people have had with this not last long enough on a single charge, and the little bunnies might just win a battle against you. Also this has three foam filters that will need to be checked after each use and you will notice that the little dust bunnies will have infiltrated inside of the home base of operations and need to be deported from the main operation center. The overall length of your battle stick is approximately 10” x 5.5” x 50” in length and the dust bunnies will be amaze that they were beaten back by a stick that only weighs 6 pounds. Plus do not worry about needing to replace the bags in this, because there are none. You will also have to remember to charge this for 24 hours before your first use.

We have a lot of hiding spots and different terrain that we end up fighting our battles with these dust bunnies and we have yet to win the overall war. But, we have won the battle over these little furry creatures; they just keep coming back for more. We have used this on bare hardwood floors, vinyl, ceramic tile, and low pile carpeting. This has a very powerful suction that sucks those little dust bunnies right away from their destination of hiding under things and this will hopefully prevent them from mounting an offensive counterattack. The telescoping handle will help you to be able to grab the little bunnies from the underside of any household that they might have on the legs of your furniture. We have found that this sucks them right out of hiding between the cushions of your couch or chairs. We have used this in the kitchen, bedroom, living room, hallway, and when we needed to get behind things to get those hiding General looking dust bunnies (the really large ones with stripes) this proved no match for even the biggest bunnies alive.

I highly recommend that if you want to win the war or at least most of the battles in the Bunny war, then purchase this powerful dust bunny preventer. This way you can carry this lightweight big stick and walk tall. You can find one of these at your local Target, Home Depot, and Bed Bath and Beyond for as little as $60.00. Remember, you do not want them to control your life and home. Also, remember you are as mad as Hell and you are not going to take it any more.

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November 20, 2009
Omg, a friend that lives across the hall from me has this vacuum and LITERALLY will not let anyone touch it because it works so well and he doesn't want it to be tainted.
November 20, 2009
I don't think I've seen "dust bunnies" used this many times in a review before.  Love it!  If I didn't already have a vacuum cleaner, you would have me sold on this one.  I love hearing about how versatile it is and how it can even be cordless.  Thanks for sharing!

By the way, I'm going to tag this data point "cleaning products" so that it ends up in the Cleaning Products Community :)
November 20, 2009
November 20, 2009
Thanks for such a thorough review. Do you know if it works on pet hair?
November 20, 2009
Works great on pet hair, but better on those dust bunnies.
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