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Manual vacuum cleaner:

 

Wanted to buy a Dyson v8/v11 but then saw a Kent zoom (https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B08J7VCT12) which checked various boxes:

- Stick type

- Cordless

- Easy release

 

Since I had already bought a roborock S5 max for the floor cleaning, I was happy to see this since this would save me a lot of money and even if it worked half as well as the dyson, it'd be a good fit for me and took a plunge.

 

Received it last night and it works pretty well. Good suction power even on eco mode. Worked for around 35 minutes after the first charge. Cleaned desks, upholstery, curtains etc around the house and it sucked out so much dust. There's an accessory to clean the fans as well which came in pretty handy. I think this works well for my use so far. The only thing we need to figure out over time is reliability of the components and after sales service.

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I had used one from ilife worked well too. 

 

https://ilifecare.in/products/h70-cordless-stick-vacuum-cleaner

 

Even black decker has one now. 

 

https://www.amazon.in/dp/B08CL15MXL/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_BKcaGbWQM2MGQ

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14 minutes ago, Shantz said:

Manual vacuum cleaner:

 

Wanted to buy a Dyson v8/v11 but then saw a Kent zoom (https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B08J7VCT12) which checked various boxes:

- Stick type

- Cordless

- Easy release

 

 

 

 

Hey bro great thread. That kent looks sweet. I mean even if it conks off in 2 years 8.5k is not a bad price 

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2 minutes ago, Madmage said:

We have come a long way, from discussing modded 360s to robotic vaccum cleaners. Man .. what a relevation

 

I call dibs on a "What you found in your navel this week?" thread whenever it happens. 

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@Shantz, does the Kent have a flexible head at the end similar to this Anker model? https://www.amazon.in/HomeVac-Cordless-Stick-Vacuum-Lightweight-Detachable/dp/B086M9R2YH/

 

And how does the suction compare to the Roborock?

 

I've been using a Karcher + Deebot combo, but would love a cordless for quick work.

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3 minutes ago, Keyofx said:

 

How was your experience with this model? It looks quite decent!

Pretty good, works well, I eventually gave it to my parents. Suction power was decent, now i have no idea to compare it with dyson,so don't know. But for the price that I got it for (9,800) after 10% cashback and listed price of 11k, it was super brilliant. 

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16 minutes ago, Keyofx said:

@Shantz, does the Kent have a flexible head at the end similar to this Anker model? https://www.amazon.in/HomeVac-Cordless-Stick-Vacuum-Lightweight-Detachable/dp/B086M9R2YH/

 

And how does the suction compare to the Roborock?

 

I've been using a Karcher + Deebot combo, but would love a cordless for quick work.

 

Yeah, it has flexible head and can twist and turn quite a bit but not full 180 for vertical and not full 360 for rotating.

Suction power wise, it seems to be more than roborock.

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Need some recommendations on Dishwashers in case anyone has bought recently or already have been using.

Initial research pointed me to very few options from IFB, Bosch, Havells, and Voltas i think.

Any help would be appreciated.

 

For use at a home of 4 people.

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18 minutes ago, sudeepg95 said:

Need some recommendations on Dishwashers in case anyone has bought recently or already have been using.

Initial research pointed me to very few options from IFB, Bosch, Havells, and Voltas i think.

Any help would be appreciated.

 

For use at a home of 4 people.

I've a Bosch 13 place one that I bought about 6-7 months ago. It's been pretty great. No complaints at all, washes pretty well. If you have a specific query, I can answer that.

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anyone here uses vacuum cleaners or any other methods of cleaning dust buildup efficiently?

 

this one here looks decent but i dont know how useful it will be in my case

https://www.eurekaforbes.com/forbes-super-clean (cheaper in retail)

 

any help is very appreciated, thanks

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28 minutes ago, rawfiul said:

anyone here uses vacuum cleaners or any other methods of cleaning dust buildup efficiently?

 

this one here looks decent but i dont know how useful it will be in my case

https://www.eurekaforbes.com/forbes-super-clean (cheaper in retail)

 

any help is very appreciated, thanks

Have one of those. Its basically a car vacuum cleaner so both suction and blower won't be as good. 

Get a proper vacuum cleaner and a standalone blower. 

 

I use this for blowing. 

 

https://www.amazon.in/dp/B074Z6B35N/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_RfebGbH5Z0A5E?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

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