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GTECH Vacuum Cleaners

Housework need not be a chore when you pick up easy to use GTECH Vacuum Cleaners. These cordless cleaners are designed to make light work of sweeping up debris and dirt from carpets and hard floors.

Since Nick Grey founded British-based GTECH in 2001, the company has become a big name in the market of cordless sweepers, producing an exciting series of easy-to-use products which make caring for your home easier to do.

Types of GTECH Vacuum Cleaners

Among the selection of handy GTECH appliances is the cordless AirRam Mark II which has a lightweight design to enable you to glide around the room and steer easily from right to left. It is suitable to use on carpets and hard floors, and the exclusive AirLOC system means it can pick up larger objects as well as dust.

This vacuum cleaner will reach under tables and chairs, is lightweight for easy use on stairs andcan clean edges and other hard-to-reach spots. The dirt is compressed into a capsule located in the head of the cleaner, which can be cleanly emptied into a bin by sliding the ejector arm.

The GTECH Multi cordless handheld cleaner is designed to help you get to those difficult areas such as edges, stairs, upholstery and the inside of your car. It has handy attachments including the exclusive Power Brush Head, useful for sucking up pet hair, as well as a crevice tool, dusting brush and a flexible hose. The integrated lights will help you to see more clearly where you are cleaning. A 36cm-long extension tube enables you to clean from floor to ceiling, as well as reach into nooks and crannies.

Sweep your carpets and hard floors with the GTECH Power Floor, which can be converted into a handheld cleaner and has a selection of useful attachments. A powered brush bar and high airflow provide effective cleaning. The Power Brush Head will make light work of pet hair and the AirLOC system enables it to pick up larger objects as well as dust and fine debris.

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