Oreck Commercial endurolife belt upright vacuum meets LEED requirements. It has fingertip-controlled 2 speed on/off switch, RPM circuit breaker, shuts off motor when brush roller RPMs slow down. 12-inches wide cleaning head covers a wider area and leaves no center dirt path. It has clear, non-marring bumpers. Exclusive MicroSweep goes from carpet to bare floors with no adjustments. 35-feet Power cord is connected to the pigtail cord using a cord clamp, allowing you to easily replace a damaged cord without expensive repairs or re-wiring. Cord guard prevents cord damage. Soft wheels protect wood floors. It's ingenious top-fill design keeps power at maximum even while bag fills. Powerful, high-speed, balanced, double helix brushes whirl at 6500 rpm. Easy-use carry handle allows for simple, sturdy carrying. Giant 630 cubic inch top fill bag capacity. Exclusive Helping Hand Handle virtually eliminates squeezing of the hand, bending and twisting of the wrist. It also has received the ease-of-use commendation from the Arthritis Foundation. Handle drops down flat for cleaning under low furniture and easy storage. California Proposition 65 Warning
- 9 pounds with Helping Hand handle and a Long-lasting Endurolife belt
- Two Speed QuickSwitch
- Meets LEED Compliance with a cord guard preventing cord damage to the 35 ft. cord
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