Pros and cons at a glance as quick overview, first the advantages:
+ To carry by the excellent retractable handle
+ Lightweight and compact
+ Good suction
+ Good accessory
Less well done:
- Plug-in connections on the handle too easily dissolve
- Cable should be longer
- Tiny dust bag
My highlight of the unit is the fold-out carrying handle, which allows the little devil is just perfect for vacuuming stairs. The handling is much better than models with carrying handle at the front end. Incomprehensible, therefore, that no pictures can be seen from the folded handle - with my customer image I want to remedy this situation.
The low weight makes itself on the stairs of course a positive impact.
The moderate noise (I know quieter but also noisier models) is only average, but the accessory is measured by the price plentiful. Two floor nozzles (one for parquet and a combination nozzle) includes, the practical crevice, upholstery and brush nozzle, which can be attached to request the handle, and a narrow hose, can be sucked by means of which also behind radiators or under cabinets supplied ,
Unfortunately, the connectors loosen the handle too easily, especially because the floor jets so firmly suck at full power, they are very difficult to move. Unfortunately, a reduction in the suction force can not always prevent the handle disengages from the hose or the hose from the Bodendöse.
Also, the radius of action is likely to be somewhat larger, the cable does have two marks in order to prevent a too wide pulling out, but there are longer.
The tiny dust bag makes the Dirt Devil then but only for small households or just as a second suction interesting to work eg comfortably on the stairs can or to suck quickly through a room.
For the housecleaning, the bag size is clearly undersized.
Perhaps the dust bag was also for this reason already mounted in the unit; the manufacturer may have had concerns that he might be overlooked ...
+ Very good for small apartments or stairs
- Not enough for all the houses