234. The Vacuum Cleaner Filter (1)

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Oliver went to Target to buy a new cleaner. The vacuum cleaners at Target cost $60 $500. The expensive ones were too bulky and, course, too expensive. He bought the cheapest one the store: a Dirt Devil “Vibe.” Its label that it had “full size features, a clean dirt cup, onboard cleaning tools, and weighed less 11 pounds.” Plus, it had an HEPA filter. of these features were nice, Oliver thought, but most important feature was the cheap price.

When got home, he tried out his new Vibe. worked pretty well. It had a nice long ; he could plug it into the outlet in kitchen and the vacuum cleaner would reach all of his apartment. The handle, however, was not comfortable to hold. Every few minutes, he had stop vacuuming in order to rest his hand. had designed the handle had done a very job. He figured it was probably the same who designs the tiny rear windshields that restrict driver's view of what’s behind him.

But, otherwise, Vibe seemed to clean quite well, and the cup was easy to empty. There was no to hassle with—just pour the dirt out of plastic cup, rinse it out, and snap it onto the vacuum cleaner.