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    Quote Originally Posted by rwhite View Post
    If the vacuum cleaner is a Dyson brand, then its worth the 3k

    http://www.dyson.co.uk/vacuums/
    i saw that in best denki, but i am not willing to pay i got no allergy anyway.
    Objection !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninelives View Post
    yes brother, my vacuum cleaner less than $300 already got HEPA filters, dont need to spend crazy price like $3000 to get one. smaller havery norman might not have many models to choose, try bigger one like Harvey @ millienia walk, bukit timak or Best Denki at IMM. they also have higher end cleaners.

    i pretty happy with karcher, link here :

    http://www.karcher.com/int/Products/...HEPA+12+filter
    ooh... alright bro. Will check out those stores. Will probably check out courts too. Need a good vacuum cleaner. Allergic to dust mite droppings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by guseliz View Post
    Seriously i feel conned having read all the negative feedbacks about this kind of product.. particularly the brand i bought..

    some of you using Rainbow brand and seems satisfy with it.. but mine is Delphin..
    i'm not sure about it but most feedbacks i read thru other forums really discourage me especially the after sales service.
    I just hope this product is really reliable or at least help my baby with his eczema problem which according to doctor related to dust mite allergic.

    any of you using Delphin brand?
    hey, my wife and i chose the Delphin too!

    No worries lah, buy already then don't look back. Just use it. It's very powerful. We have seen the rainbow demo too, but chose Delphin in the end because of service. The sales staff was very professional and no pushy. We also liked that it is smaller and more compact. Power-wise is about the same.

    Ultimately, it is up to you to use it. A expensive vac don't clean the house by itself.

    On water-based and HEPA filter, i still believe HEPA is better. Look at industrial and professional air cleaner and purify. They use HEPA for a reason, it works.

    Water-based is convenient and forces the user to clear the waste every time. The newest Rainbow spots both water-based and HEPA, but suction is reduced.

    Ok for now, enjoy ur vac.

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    Default Re: Expensive vacuum/Air cleaner

    Quote Originally Posted by guseliz View Post
    Seriously i feel conned having read all the negative feedbacks about this kind of product.. particularly the brand i bought..

    some of you using Rainbow brand and seems satisfy with it.. but mine is Delphin..
    i'm not sure about it but most feedbacks i read thru other forums really discourage me especially the after sales service.
    I just hope this product is really reliable or at least help my baby with his eczema problem which according to doctor related to dust mite allergic.

    any of you using Delphin brand?
    I am using Delphin for a few years already. So far no problem with the machine and it seems to help in my girl's eczema. Since the money is already spend I try not to look back. It's quite a pinch actually, but guess it's worth it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ninelives View Post
    yes brother, my vacuum cleaner less than $300 already got HEPA filters, dont need to spend crazy price like $3000 to get one. http://www.karcher.com/int/Products/...HEPA+12+filter
    (edit) erm....my $50 (sale) Rowenta got optional HEPA filter was sold without .....(edit)
    Last edited by ricohflex; 31st July 2010 at 11:01 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwhite View Post
    If the vacuum cleaner is a Dyson brand, then its worth the 3k
    Dyson cost only around $800 ~ $900 oni rite.. and got HEPA filter one.

    The main selling pt is bagless and hence no reduction in suction power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    erm....my $50 (sale) Rowenta got HEPA filter.....
    will explode or not?


    Quote Originally Posted by Limsgp View Post
    Dyson cost only around $800 ~ $900 oni rite.. and got HEPA filter one.
    around that range
    Objection !!!

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    Dyson is certified for allergic, I got my myself DC22 all floor version. Their turbine brush is very effective to remove dust from mattress.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ninelives View Post
    will explode or not?


    it was sold without optional hepa
    made in china, will let you know if explode
    PRC-in-HK tour guides do explode if you do not buy enough expensive jewellery at the shops they bring you too
    Last edited by ricohflex; 31st July 2010 at 11:02 AM.

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    Humans have spanned millenniums exposed to the elements.
    Dust? mites? come on man!
    Have faith in human resilience.

    All the vacuum cleaner is supposed to do in the house is clean up the mess that I made

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    Thanks all for the support and feedbacks..

    As for the HEPA filter comments; check this link out (from their website):

    http://www.delphin.sg/node/8

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinholecam View Post
    Humans have spanned millenniums exposed to the elements.
    Dust? mites? come on man!
    Have faith in human resilience.
    that's why i wonder how come human these days have so many problems be it allergic problem, unknown diseases, etc..

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