Oreck Magnesium RS Vacuum Cleaner
Oreck engineered the Magnesium RS to improve the way people vacuum. For instance, the light SlimSwivel design is easy to maneuver around large pieces of furniture or unwelcome houseguests who've planted themselves on your floor. The low-profile head can lie almost flat to reach far under beds or couches, and twin LED headlights show you where you're vacuuming so you don't accidentally scratch furniture or suck up a small item. Side brushes easily take care of dirt and crumbs along baseboards and other edges.
The vacuum works well on both carpet and hard surfaces, with direct suction and a roller brush that spins at over 7,000 revolutions per minute sucking dirt straight into the bag. The brush even grooms the nap as it cleans to leave carpets and rugs looking fresh and fluffed. And because the air all passes through a HEPA inner bag, it traps more than 97% of pollen, dust, dander, and mold.
- Lightweight upright bagged vacuum
- Magnesium alloy frame is stronger than many types of steel
- SlimSwivel design
- Wireless two-speed QuickSwitch on handle
- Ideal for both carpet and hard surfaces
- HEPA inner bag
- Premium horsehair-edge brushes
- Twin LED headlights
- Large wheels
- Long-lasting Endurolife belt
- 30ft. cord with Easy Snap clip
- 47.5" (H) x 12" (W) x 10.5" (D)
- Weighs about 7.7lb.
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