If you’re looking for a handy stick vacuum that you can use to pick up dirt and debris that would otherwise accumulate, then you’ve probably tried the scores of handy vacuums in the market today. You’ve probably begun to distrust such products, as they can be notorious for their lack of power or suction capacity. Such isn’t the case with the Electrolux Ergorapido vacuum cleaner!
The Electrolux Ergorapido uses a state-of-the-art cyclonic suction and filtration system to suck dust particles and any other foreign matter with relative ease. What’s so great about it is its ability to be used as a general vacuum cleaner and a hand vacuum all at once, with only a snap and click of the extender handle. It gets better than that – the Ergorapido is one among many cordless vacuum cleaners that run on powerful fully-rechargeable batteries, which allows you to take it anywhere without the hassle of having to tug a pesky cord along.
Lightweight and mobile
Aside from doing away with the limitations that a cord imposes on older vacuums, the Ergorapido also happens to be bagless, making it ultra-lightweight, maximizing maneuverability and lessening the possibility of accidents that often occur, due to having to lug a bulky machine to and fro.
The convenient hand-held size of the Ergorapido allows it to be used to clean even the most hard-to-reach areas of the home. Installing the extender handle allows you to traverse the whole of the house comfortably, while converting it to a hand vacuum allows you to thoroughly clean crevasses without any hassle.
With the addition of the patented 180-degree swivel head feature, you can now easily clean even the most inaccessible areas without the need to move furniture. The easy to remove microfilter particle collector can be cleaned immediately, eliminating the need for those pesky vacuum bags.
While it is meant to be used on bare hardwood, tile, or concrete floors, the specialized cyclonic brush roll also makes it optimal for use in carpeted areas. It has some drawbacks though, as all handy vacuums do. The dust collector is relatively small compared to the regular dust bags found in full-scale vacuum cleaners, and thus curtails a repeated emptying, if you’re set about trying to clean the whole home.
There are also issues regarding its power and battery life, as the rechargeable lithium ion battery tends to lose its power over time, rendering the vacuum all but useless in half a year or so. While the suction itself is great and does provide an easy way to go about cleaning the house without having to lug the bulky big monster out of the broom closet, it isn’t designed for full-time use.
The Ergorapido can be used effectively as a ‘polisher’ of sorts, after a full-scale vacuuming, using more powerful mediums. It can also be effectively employed to prevent the accumulation of dust and debris, thus lessening the need to vacuum regularly.