The extra HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) filter integrated into this device ensures no dust escapes outside the Mini Vac. This prevents the area around from getting dusty again due to the microscopic dust particles.
The Philips FC6130/01 sports an ergonomically contoured design for maximum operating comfort and optimal use. The appliance sports a stylish translucent dust chamber for dust collection.
The vacuum cleaner can be attached to a flexible hose and brush tool to help clean those delicate surfaces assuring a comfortable reach.
The one-step click off nozzle aids in easy and hygienic emptying of the dust without touching the dirt. The device bears a nozzle that easily clicks off in just one step.
The appliance bears a soft touch handle made of a soft rubber coating to ensure a comfortable and firm grip. The coating feels gentle on you hands while you use it for a long period.
The cyclonic airflow technology keeps the dust inside rotating to make sure the device offers maximum suction power and a lasting cleaning performance. The Philips FC6130/01 Vacuum Cleaner uses a 3 layered filtration system to keep your home spic and span. The first filter blocks most of the larger dirt particles while the second pleated filter traps most of the finer dust particles. Finally, the air passes through the third filter, a HEPA filter, which ensures nothing escapes back into the environment being cleaned. This Philips vacuum cleaner has a maximum airflow of 24.5 litres per minute.
The Philips vacuum cleaner is designed with a 900 watt motor with a suction power of 150 watts for a powerful performance ensuring excellent intake for good cleaning result.
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Strange advice from Customer service
Great product,still disappointed
not worth it
Good Vacuum Cleaner
Certified Buyer, New Delhi
Good Vacuum Cleaner
Certified Buyer, Delhi
Good Suction Power
Soumya Nandy Mazumdar
Certified Buyer, Mumbai
It's too small