$34.63 on Amazon Bring snappy cleaning to your palm of your hands using the orb vac (orb4810) from Black & Decker. This ultra small hand vacuum is ready when it is needed for fast pick-ups of little morsels and spills, soil on work areas, keyboard dust and that's just the beginning.
Moreover, its compact design and fashionable look permits customers to to beautifully store the orb vac out in the open for simple accessibility. Not like other hand vacs, the orb vac effortlessly changes over from a palm sized sphere to a mini hand vac with a simple click of a button, uncovering a spout and handle that opens up to rapidly clean up messes.
The orb vac effectively retracts to the original orb shape, when not being utilized, for advantageous and smart storage on counter-tops, work areas and etc. For accommodation, the orb vac gloats a selective 360-degree charging base that incorporates a led light. It has a simple to empty dirt bowl for a easy cleanup unfailingly. It additionally has an extended brush and an efficient crevice tool for cleanups in difficult to reach areas.
-Ultra compact shape -Stores beautifully in your office or home -Advantageously picks up spills in kitchens, soil on work areas, keyboard dust, morsels in furniture and then some -Spout and handle opens to change orb into handheld vacuum 360 degree charging station with led light guarantees charging connection -Simple to empty dirt container for a simple cleanup
There's no compelling reason to ever fold the Orb, unless you need to for better appearance or to spare counter space. Otherwise, simply place it on the charger while handle is extended and brush installed for additional fast and simple utilization.
When it is charged, the battery endures sufficiently long enough for utilization. Emptying the soil is considerably simpler than expected. Simply tilt over a garbage container, flip open the soil cover with a finger, and tap the body against the side of the canister and the dirt is expelled.
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