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Kick Vac uses a central vacuum technology without the cost. It fits neatly under any cabinet. With it in place, it sucks up everything from dirt to paper to cereal, hair, nuts, and bolts. Get every mess cleared up without having to use a large vacuum or having to bend over in pain with a dust pan in hand. This gets rid of all the hard bending over work that eventually hurts the back and knees.
The cost of Kick Vac is $49.98 plus $6.99 shipping, for a total price of $56.97. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: kicksweep.com
Self-locking system naturally snaps under any cabinet.
A single charge can last up to two months.
You don't have to bend over anymore.
It only comes in white.
You can save a lot of money with this unit especially when you move it around your home. Rather than paying to have central vacuum systems installed in your home, or trying to buy lots of these portable units, just get one or two. They move so easily from room to room that you only need to have one. If you, for example, break a glass in one room, you can just move the unit into that room to clean it up.
With this unit installed in your home, you save time that you would have spent trying to get out the heavy vacuum or trying to sweep then get every last piece. Moreover, when you use these methods to try and clean it typically leaves a lot of dust in the air, flinging bits everywhere. There is also that annoying line of dirt that you cannot seem to get picked up no matter how hard you try. Cut out all of that time with this unit.
Just kick it to turn it on, sweep mess near the section opening and watch it disappear.
Empty the contents into the trash once it is full. To empty debris you have to push down on the sidewalks in order to remove it. These side locks are spring-loaded. Open your debris compartment door at the top of the unit and dispose of the debris in the garbage. You do not have to worry about a bag, screws, or removable containers. The process is very simple. Their unit is designed to tackle small to moderate messes such as pet hair, accumulated dust, and dirt. Most people who purchase this have to empty every three weeks.
This unit is designed to fit under almost all cabinets. You will need 3.5 inches of vertical clearance starting from the floor to the base of your cabinet. So far the company claims to have not yet found a cabinet with which this unit is not compatible. You also need 3.8 inches of depth from the face of the cabinet to the back of the wall.
The product is designed to run regularly for up to 30 minutes at a time. Average run time per user during test was 11 seconds. Reason for this is that obviously people turn it on vacuum up a quick mess and then turn it off. Averaging a run time of 11 seconds means that people can use it 150 times on a single charge. However the manufacturer recommends that you recharge it every two months in order to maintain better battery longevity. Doing so will help it to remain effective for many years.
This product has been two years in the making according to the website. One-of-a-kind, developer set out to make a popular central vacuum system which can be recharged in a simple matter and will stay charged multiple times over. Unlike more elaborate central vacuum systems, this one requires no cutting, no tools for installation, and no external power source. Installation is literally as simple as sliding it under your cabinet and pressing the two lock buttons. Removing it is just as easy. In fact, it is so easy to remove it and install it that some people buy one and simply move them around their home as necessary. Many people are impressed with the suction power and the capacity this unit has.
Central vacuum systems are very popular but they are incredibly expensive and invasive. This system being portable allows you to simply sweep something into a dirt pile. Then flip the toe switch, and let the unit suck all the dirt inside without having to bend over, use a dustpan, or leave a dirt line behind. Automatic dustpans like this allow you to easily dispose of things like glass fragments, crumbs, or even pet hair that is otherwise hard to get rid of.
The most blatant issue with this is that the video posted on the website is for a different unit called Kick Sweep, and that is a registered trademark name. There is nothing on the website to explain why the video is for a different brand but it looks like this website is interchanging two different product names without a clear description of why. Only one picture on the website shows the name Kick Vac while every other picture shows the name kick sweet, videos and pictures also showing the name kick sweet.
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