Combining many cleaning tools into one convenient tool is definitely a good thing. It saves space and simplifies many home maintenance tasks. Electrolux has created its ErgoRapido bagless cordless hand held and stick vacuum cleaner to do just that. Consumers can make one purchase and get a stick vacuum as well as a hand cleaner all in one for a diverse number of options when tidying up or doing a quick clean up. It may not be a good choice as a replacement for the main vacuum in the home, but it does offer the functionality of a compact, light vacuum and a hand cleaning appliance.
The ErgoRapido vacuum is designed to be very lightweight. It weighs around six pounds, making it an easy choice for those who are concerned about lifting a heavy full size model. The bagless design can also help reduce the amount of money needed to keep the ErgoRapido operating over time as well. It easily fits into most storage spaces.
Electrolux backs its ErgoRapido bagless vacuum with a two year warranty. The battery charger is Energy Star approved and manages 9.6 volts of power. The charging station can be mounted on walls for easy storage. The unit is packaged with a dusting brush and crevice tool that allow the vacuum to clean in corners, cushions and more.
What did customers who bought Electrolux’s ErgoRapido hand held and stick vacuum like?
- The extremely light design makes the ErgoRapido vacuum easy to handle and use. The compact size makes it great for storing in an apartment or other small living space.
- Many consumers were satisfied with the suction power on most rugs and carpets.
- The appearance of the ErgoRapido vacuum is very appealing. It comes in orange with a hint of copper to tone it down and give it a hint of classic style.
- The stick and hand vacuum combination allows consumers to perform a quick pick up clean without getting out a full size vacuum cleaner.
What did Electrolux’s ErgoRapido hand held and stick vacuum customers dislike?
- After about six months, some consumers reported that the battery began to hold less charge and the motor would run slower than it did originally.
- Over time, the suction power of the ErgoRapido vacuum begins to diminish (usually in relation to the dying battery).
- Larger debris, such as cereal spills, is not picked up by the ErgoRapido and may only be pushed around on floors.