Are Used & Refurbished Appliances Worth it?
Can I trust used & refurbished appliances?
Which used vacuum is right for you?
Vacuums are some of my favorite appliances. They come in many different shapes and sizes, and each one is made for a very unique type of person/family. So sit back, grab a cup of some nice warm tea, and find out which kind of vacuum is best for your needs.
If you see yourself struggling with a lot of corners and weird angles, then maybe a swivel vacuum would be the best fit for you. These can also be nice for cleaning a car, since they can break down into smaller sizes and adapt a variety of attachments.
Allergies are super annoying. I have them: dust, pollen, and animal dander all wreak havoc on my nose. But some of these boujee vacuums on Back Market offer a solution to my problems. Brands like Kalorik and NaceCare have come up with some really creative solutions to make vacuums with industry-leading filters that cut down on the amount of allergens being released. The Kalorik even has a water filtration system which is really neat, check out this video that shows how it works. And the NaceCare “Henry” from Germany has that unmistakable face, it’s hard not to fall in love with it. Both are stellar choices if you have allergies, although the NaceCare is more expensive. You can get the Kalorik for around $100 right now while the NaceCare is selling for about $400.
Can you resist how cute this refurbished anti-allergy vacuum looks? But seriously, if you suffer from allergies like I do one of these may be a good investment.
If you have a pet and a lot of open space, a used robot vacuum would probably work wonders for you. Some of them are pricey, but that just gives you more of a reason to buy refurbished :D But seriously, you’ll save a lot of money buying a refurbished robot vacuum, and just like all our products, you get a 1-year warranty and 30-day money back guarantee so you can make sure your new vacuum is in good shape and fits your needs :)
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