Electrolux JetMaxx® Bagged Canister Vacuum

August 10, 2013 - Comment

Superior performance with powerful suction. A motorized nozzle for deep cleaning all types of carpet. The large capacity patented s-bag® and washable HEPA filter offer superior dust containment. On-board accessories include dusting brush, crevice and upholstery brush, and bare floor brush. Product Features High speed. High performance. Patented s-bag® allows maximum airflow to create optimum

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Superior performance with powerful suction. A motorized nozzle for deep cleaning all types of carpet. The large capacity patented s-bag® and washable HEPA filter offer superior dust containment. On-board accessories include dusting brush, crevice and upholstery brush, and bare floor brush.

Product Features

  • High speed. High performance.
  • Patented s-bag® allows maximum airflow to create optimum cleaning power.
  • Washable HEPA filter captures 99.97% of dust, allergens and other irritants.
  • On-board tools for convenient cleaning.

Comments

MussSyke says:

Electrolux JetMaxx vs. Panasonic MC-CG917 I had previously compared the Panasonic MC-CG917 to the MC-CG902, and established the the x917 made a bunch of small improvements over the x902 without regressing in any way, so let’s compare this Electrolux JetMaxx to the Panasonic MC-CG917.Both are very similar bagged canister vacuums with a lot of similar features and design ideas. But each machine has shown me that the other is imperfect. Because I gave the Panasonic five stars, I feel I should do the same for the Electrolux. Here are the pros of each machine:PROS for ELECTROLUX:+ Definitely quieter. It may be similar decibel-wise, but from a sones standpoint – the loudness perceived by humans – it is much quieter. This equals less annoyance and less having to turn the television up when someone else is vacuuming. You can basically have a normal conversation over it, especially when the brush roller is not being used or by turning the suction down…+ …which is another point…

S. G. "s.g." says:

The ultimate vacuum cleaner I’ve been a huge Electrolux fan since about 2002 when I bought my first canister model. I bought it from an actual “vacuum cleaner dealership” (are these even around any more??) and paid over $500. It was the most expensive vacuum cleaner I ever bought.It worked great until about 2009, when my housekeeper vacuumed up some snow and fried the motor.So I bought another Electrolux, this time a canister model that cost about $300 and lasted until 2012– when a different housekeeper vacuumed up a wet floor after watering plants. The moral of this story (well, there are probably plenty) is that the Electrolux canister is not a wet-dry vac. In fact, water of any kind seems universally lethal to the canisters.Anyhow, I bought my third Electrolux green last year and it works just as great as the others. It was significantly cheaper, which you can tell from the construction and weight of plastic– especially the hose.This model (my 4th Electrolux),…

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