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Re: GTech vacuum cleaners

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Maybe not Vacs, but they do a good line in medical stuff. When I had a procedure, I was able to watch it via Oly medical imaging gear.
Why on earth would anyone want to watch their Colonoscopy?
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Re: GTech vacuum cleaners

So they know themselves inside out?


I prefer to sleep when having one.

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Re: GTech vacuum cleaners

I personally have Black & Decker vacuum that plugs into the 12V. It works great to keep the seats clean. Maybe not as great as the Dyson's, but I can keep in the car as it costs below $100. If you want cheap yet powerful vacuum unit, read these reviews https://www.gurureviewclub.com/best-vacuum-under-100/ . Quite helpful.
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Re: GTech vacuum cleaners

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Why on earth would anyone want to watch their Colonoscopy?
There's a hilarious David Sedaris monologue about the subject. It's called 'The Happy Place'. Well worth searching out.

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When I was vacuuming the living room yesterday I accidentally discovered that my Miele was capable of lifting the hearthrug entirely off the floor and holding it in mid air, and it's by no means a lightweight one!
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Re: GTech vacuum cleaners

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I personally have Black & Decker vacuum that plugs into the 12V. It works great to keep the seats clean. Maybe not as great as the Dyson's, but I can keep in the car as it costs below $100. If you want cheap yet powerful vacuum unit, read these reviews https://www.gurureviewclub.com/best-vacuum-under-100/ . Quite helpful.

I cannot see the point in buying a Dyson to Hoover out the car. It would be cheaper to buy a new car.
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