SEBO AIRBELT K
DESIGNED FOR CARPETS AND HARD FLOORS - The AIRBELT K2 and K3 models are mid-size, powerful and lightweight canister vacuums featuring clever storage of three on-board attachments, easy bag changes, remarkably quiet operation, rubber-coated wheels to protect floor surfaces, a durable telescopic tube with quick-release connections, a full bag or clog warning light, and a soft bumper to protect the vacuum, furniture and walls from scuffs and scratches. The two AIRBELT K2 models offer a choice of straight-suction cleaning heads, while the AIRBELT K3 model offers the 12-inch-wide ET-1 Power Head and a hard-floor parquet brush. And its ergonomically designed handle, which also has a suction adjustment switch, provides user comfort and effortless control of the power head's 180° steering ability.
- Straight Suction Kombi Nozzle
- The AIRBELT K2 KOMBI Cannot Accommodate an Electric Power Head
- Included: Kombi Nozzle, Dusting Brush, Crevice and Upholstery Nozzles
- Suction Adjustment Switch on Canister Body
- A Flat-to-the-floor 3 1/4-inch Profile
- Mid-size Canister Vacuum
- Durable and Maneuverable
- A Large 36 3/4-foot Operating Range
- Tug and Retract Cord Rewinder
- A Long 24 1/2-foot Cord Length
- Full Bag or Clog Light
- The AIRBELT Soft Bumper Protects Furniture, Walls and the Vacuum from Damage
- Quick-release Connections
- Comfortable Ergonomic Handle
- Rubber-coated Wheels and High-quality Castors
- Hospital-grade Filtration for Allergy and Asthma Relief
- Five-year Warranty
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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