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Miniskirt Handheld Cordless Vacuum Cleaner Dust Removal Househol

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Product description

Color:White

Specifications:
Item type: Portable?Vacuum Cleaner
Color:?White/Green
Charging voltage: DC 5V
Charging current: 1500mA
Rated power: 35W
Lithium battery: 2000mAhx2
Suction: 2.0 KPA
Rotating speed: 26000-29000r
Charging line:
Package size: 10x8x22cm/3.9x3.12x8.58”
(1cm=10mm=0.39inch)
Measurement Details in the attached picture.
Features:
-100% brand new and high quality.
-Light-weight and easy to carry, let you easy to clean.
-Removable cleaning filter unit, HEPA filter, can be reused, saving money and saving money.
-Increases suction without heating and automatically adjusts the engine.
-Professional grade brushing, high-efficiency capture of fine dust, with 35W strong suction, excellent effect in removing .
-Low noise work will not affect the happy hours of your family.
-Come with 2 sunctiin nozzles to clean different occasions. The brush is used for cleaing the carpet/cushion/air conditioner outlet and so on.
Function Description:
1.Power on/off: Press the the on/off button.
2.Nozzle: three different straws.
3.Filter cleaning replacement, after dry ti cycle use.
4.Routine maintenance: the filter is detachable and washable, cleaning by water, natural dry to cycle use,
5. Charging indicator light status:
The red light flashing quickly means the power is off; flashing quickly means is chanrging.
The red light not flashing means full of charging and is on the working statu.
(Full recharge is just about 4 hours)
Package Included:
1x?Portable?Vacuum Cleaner
1x Brush Nozzle
1x Flat Nozzle
1x USB Type Cable
1x Blow Nozzle
1x Storge bag
Notice:
-Please allow slight deviation of measurement due to manual measurement.
-Due to different monitors and different light, the picture may not reflect the actual color of the item.
-Please consider the actual sizes shown in the listing as the pictures are generally enlarged

Miniskirt Handheld Cordless Vacuum Cleaner Dust Removal Househol

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