Monday, 29 July 2013

AEG UltraCaptic Ucanimal Review - Guest Post

A quick look at the AEG UltraCaptic Ucanimal
AEG UltraCaptic Ucanimal Review
We were recently sent the very stylish AEG UltraCaptic Ucanimal vacuum cleaner to review and with a house which has more types of flooring that you can imagine I had a feeling that this powerful vacuum cleaner would certainly be put through its cleaning paces. Putting together the AEG UltraCaptic Ucanimal is both quick and easy to do, a couple of clicks here and it’s ready to go. It's that simple that I even managed to do it without the instructions and believe me that's is amazing for this DIY dunce.
AEG UltraCaptic Ucanimal
Now if you’re anything like me then the first thing you’ll consider when buying any household appliance is what you’re getting for your money and with an extensive list of features it certainly seems that the AEG UltraCaptic ticks all the boxes. I have to admit that even before I'd plugged the UltraCaptic in I was already won over with its stylish looks, it's very pretty isn't it? But this bag less vacuum cleaner didn't take long to show me that it was certainly more than just a pretty face. The AEG UltraCaptic has 5 power settings which can be switched between at the flick of a button and comes equipped with not one but three different nozzles along with a very nifty AeroPro 3-in-1 tool.
  AEG UltraCaptic 3 in 1 tool 
The AeroPro 3-in-1 tool can be switched between a fine crevice tool, a small upholstery tool and a soft brush in a matter of nano seconds and is ideal for tackling sofas and curtains, dusting skirting boards and window sills and cleaning those hard to reach places like down the side of the bed which only a skinny armed giant can normally reach. The UltraCaptics Turbo nozzle is brilliant at sucking up pet hair whilst the Parketto nozzle makes cleaning hard flooring really easy indeed. However my favourite UltraCaptic nozzle is the AeroPro Silent nozzle as it cleans with very little noise and can be switched between hard and carpet floors with ease but maybe that's me being lazy!
AEG UltraCaptic Ucanimal
Weighing in at around 6.9kg this bag less cylinder vacuum cleaner isn’t the lightest on the market which may not be ideal for some buyers however thanks to its super soft AeroPro Ergo handle, AeroPro aluminium telescopic tube and easy to manoeuvre rubber wheels it makes up for it's only real negative point in comfort . Another very handy feature especially for the allergy sufferers amongst us is the UltraCaptics HEPA 13 allergy filtration which traps even the smallest particles of dust and dirt whilst only letting out pure fresh air - genius! Whilst I think that all of these features are brilliant my absolute favourite feature has to be the UltraCaptics Compact, Remove and Go! emptying system. Now at one point or another we’ve all experienced a face full of dust when trying to empty a bag less vacuum haven’t we? Well this very practical emptying system prevents dust clouds from attacking and sneezing fits erupting – check it out below. 

AEG UltraCaptic ; Compact , Remove and Go

I’ve been using the AEG UltraCaptic Ucanimal for few weeks now and I have been very impressed with its style and it's ability to clean my house to within an inch of it's life, it really is the best vacuum cleaner I've owned and being the clean freak I am I'm owned a fair few! Priced at around £299 the AEG UltraCaptic is at the top end of the market but you do get what you pay for and this powerful vacuum cleaner is certainly worthy it's price tag.
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