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After lumens, the next concept you’ll want to understand is color temperature. Measured on the Kelvin scale, color temperature isn’t really a measure of heat. Instead, it’s a measure of the color that a light source produces, ranging from yellow on the low end of the scale to bluish on the high end, with whitish light in the middle.
An easy way to keep track of color temperature is to think of a flame: it starts out yellow and orange, but when it gets really hot, it turns blue. You could also think of color temperature in terms of the sun — low, yellowy color temperatures mimic the tone of light at sunrise or sunset, while hotter, more bluish-white color temperatures are more akin to daylight (sure enough, bulbs with color temperatures like these are commonly called “daylight” bulbs). This is also why a lot of people prefer high color temperatures during the day and lower color temperatures in the morning and evening.
Generally speaking, incandescents sit at the bottom of the scale with their yellow light, while CFLs and LEDs have long been thought to tend toward the high, bluish end of the spectrum. This has been a steady complaint about new lighting alternatives, as many people prefer the warm, familiar, low color temperature of incandescents. Manufacturers are listening, though, and in this case they heard consumers loud and clear, with more and more low-color-temperature CFL and LED options hitting the shelves. Don’t believe me? Take another look at those two paper lamps in the picture above, because they’re both CFL bulbs — from the same manufacturer, no less.
Sylvania often color codes its packaging. Blue indicates a hot, bluish color temperature, while the lighter shade indicates a white, more neutral light.
As you’re probably aware, light bulbs come in a fairly wide variety of shapes. Sure, it’s easy enough to tell a hardware store clerk that you want “one of those flamey-looking lights,” or “just a normal ol’ bulby light bulb,” but knowing the actual nomenclature might save you some time.
Are pricey candelabra LEDs a smart upgrade for your chandelier?
Let’s start with the base of the bulb, the part that screws in. In the US, the most common shape by far is E26, with the “E” standing for Edison and the “26” referring to the diameter of the base in millimeters. You might also see E2bulbs from time to time, which is the European standard. Those should still fit into common American fixtures, but keep in mind that voltage ratings are different in the two regions, with American bulbs rated for 120 volts compared to 220-240 volts in Europe. For smaller sockets, like you might find with a candelabra, you’ll want to look for an E1base.
As for the bulb itself, the typical shape that you’re probably used to is an A1bulb. Increase that number to A2or A23, and you’ve got the same shape, but bigger. Bulbs made to resemble flames are F-shaped, which is easy enough to remember, as are globes, which go by the letter G. If it’s a floodlight you want, you’ll want to look for “BR” (bulging reflector) or “PAR” (parabolic aluminized reflector). Those bulbs are designed to throw all their light in one direction only, which makes them useful for spot lighting, overhead lighting and the headlights in your car.
Your automated-lighting options
It used to be that if you wanted your lights to turn on and off automatically, then you had to rely on a cheap wall socket timer, the kind you might use to control a Christmas tree. These days, with a modest boom in smart lighting currently under way, it’s easier than ever to dive into the sort of advanced automation controls that can make any home feel modern and futuristic. Use the right devices, and you’ll be able to control your lights in all sorts of creative ways, and make your life a little bit easier in the process.
The most obvious way to get started with smart lighting is with the bulbs themselves. You’ve got plenty of intelligent options from brands both big and small, and to find the one that’s best for you, you’re going to need to understand what sets them apart.
Connect with these 3IFTTT-friendly smart devices (pictures)
The first thing to look at is how the bulbs communicate with you. Some offer direct connections with your smart phone via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, which makes setup as simple as screwing the thing in and following in-app pairing instructions.
Others transmit using a distinct frequency like ZigBee or Z-Wave. Bulbs like those might be a better fit for bigger smart home setups, as it’s typically a little easier to sync them up with things like motion detectors and smart locks. Setup can be slightly more advanced, as you’ll need a separate hub or gateway device capable of translating that distinct frequency into a Wi-Fi signal your router can comprehend.
Some smart bulbs come with their own gateway. Others, like the Cree Connected LED, require a third-party control device, like the Wink Hub.
If you’re looking for a little more color in your life, then be sure and take a look at a product like the Philips Hue Starter Kit. Aside from being fully automatable via a mobile app and control hub, the Hue LED bulbs are capable of on-demand color changes. Just pull out your phone, select one of millions of possible shades, and the light will match it. And if you’re into voice control, Hue bulbs hit the compatibility trifecta — they’ll work with Siri, Alexa, and the Google Assistant.
Because Philips opened its lighting controls to third-party developers, you’ll also find lots of fun novelty uses for Hue bulbs, like changing the color of your lights in rhythm with whatever music you’re playing. There’s even an app that’ll sync your Hue lights up with certain TV programming.
Hue lights are also directly compatible with the popular web service IFTTT, with recipes already available that will change the color of your lights to match the weather, or to signal a touchdown from your favorite football team, or even to indicate when your stocks are doing well.
Upright vacuums generally have longer cords so it’s easier to vacuum larger areas in one go, without unplugging and starting again. But cylinder cleaners have a cord rewind feature which makes them easy to store with fewer wire tangles.
Cordless vacuums are a much more flexible option because they can reach almost anywhere but need to be re-charged regularly.
Vacuum cleaners must legally show an energy efficiency rating label based on the performance of the cleaner, dust re-emission, noise level and power consumption.
These classifications range from A-G, with A being the most efficient. With carpet cleaning performance, an A rated model will pick up around 91% of dust while a G rated option will pick up 70-71% of dust.
Brush attachments for vacuum hoses
For sofas, radiators, pet hair, stubborn stains and those difficult to reach places.
These should be checked every six months and replaced if damaged or broken. Otherwise, filters should be replaced once a year.
Suck surfaces dry with a streak-free finish. Ideal for removing condensation from windows as well as excess water from mirrors, shower screens and tiles. Window vacs are cordless and lightweight, making them a great portable option. They’re battery powered and need to be re-charged after around 30 minutes of use.
LED vs. CFL vs. Halogen
Now that most incandescent lightbulbs are pretty much a thing of the past, consumers now must choose between LED (light-emitting diode), CFL (compact fluorescent), and halogen bulbs to light their homes. But which is the best option? It all depends on your needs. We’ll take you through the various kinds of lighting, and the benefits that each offers.
LEDs vs. Incandescent Bulbs
Traditional incandescent bulbs measured their brightness in watts; if you wanted a brighter bulb, you bought one with a higher wattage. However, with the advent of LEDs and other types of lighting, that yardstick has become meaningless, and as a result, a bulb’s brightness is now listed as lumens, which is a more accurate measurement of how bright it is, rather than how much energy it consumes. Below is a conversion table which shows how much energy, in watts, an incandescent bulb and an LED typically require to produce the same amount of light.
Other Lightbulb Alternatives
EISA will also stop the manufacturing of candle-and globe-shaped 60-watt incandescent bulbs (the types used in chandeliers and bathroom vanity light fixtures). However, the law doesn’t affect 40-watt versions of those bulbs, nor three-way (50 to 100 to 150-watt) incandescent A1bulbs. So, those will continue to be an option for you, as well, in fixtures that will accommodate them.
LED Lightbulb Options
Traditional bulbs for table and floor lamps are known by their lighting industry style name “A19,”while floodlight bulbs made for track lights and in-ceiling fixtures are dubbed “BR30.” Your best long-term alternative to either style is extremely energy-efficient LED technology.
The LED equivalent of a 60-watt A1bulb consumes only between and 1watts, and provides about the same light output, measured in lumens. A 40-watt equivalent LED bulb consumes only to 8.watts. And a 65-watt BR30 (floodlight) replacement LED bulb consumes only to 1watts.
Moreover, an LED bulb’s lifespan is practically infinite. Manufacturers typically estimate a bulb’s lifespan based on three hours of use per day. By that measurement, an LED bulb will be as good as new for at least a decade, manufacturers say. Under the same conditions, an old-fashioned lightbulb may work for only about a year before burning out.
For example, GE’s equivalent LED bulb has a rated lifetime of 15,000 hours or 13.years. Philips’ equivalent LED bulb has a rated lifetime of 10,000 hours or 9.1years.
LED bulbs will continue to light up even after their rated lifetimes expire; however, brightness may drop or the color cast of the light may change.
GE, Philips, Sylvania, Cree and other brands (including IKEA) all offer LED bulbs that output the most popular “soft white” light, at retailers including Home Depot, Target and Walmart. In addition, GE ‘s Reveal lineup of color-enhancing lightbulbs (a coating filters out yellow tones to enhance colors lit by the bulb) with LED replacements equivalent to 40-watt and 60-watt A1bulbs and to a 65-watt BR30 bulb.
IKEA Tradfri Gateway Kit
Even IKEA is getting into the smart lighting game. Its Tradfri line includes several bulb types, including an A2(essentially an A19), GU10, as well as a remote control, dimming switch, and a motion sensor. These bulbs also require a gateway hub to connect to your smartphone via Wi-Fi. While they currently do not work with any other smart home system, Ikea announced that the lights will work with Alexa, Google Home, and HomeKit by the fall. Not all of the Tradfri lights are available online, so you’ll have to go to an IKEA store for some; be sure to stock up on Swedish meatballs while you’re there.
Why you should trust me
I’ve reviewed consumer electronics for more than 1years and have held top editorial positions at magazines including Electronic House, E-Gear, Dealerscope, and others. I’ve also reviewed products for Sound & Vision, Big Picture Big Sound, and Consumer Digest. I’ve been an invited speaker at both the CEDIA and CES expos on the subject of smart home systems. In addition to turning my house into a laboratory for DIY home automation products, I’m also a certified Controlprogrammer.
Who should get this
Smart light bulbs are the easiest way to upgrade your home or apartment lighting to wireless control. Smart bulbs can reduce your energy consumption, especially if you’re just getting around to replacing incandescent or compact fluorescent bulbs with the significantly more energy-efficient LED bulbs. An LED bulb can last more than 1years under normal usage. If you’re smart about using the smart bulb’s scheduling and remote-operation features, you can save money by not using them when no one is in the room. However, smart bulbs cost more up front—sometimes a lot more—than non-smart LED bulbs, so the cost savings over time may be more symbolic than actual.
The main reason to try smart bulbs is that they’re fun. It’s okay to admit there’s a little thrill in tapping your smartphone to turn off a light across the room or across the house. Maybe that thrill decreases over time, but it’s still there. Getting up to physically hit a light switch—that’s never fun (unless you’re stopping at the fridge along the way to grab a beer). And smart bulbs do add convenience to your life. It’s easy to shut off downstairs lights when you’re upstairs tucked in bed. If you hear a bump in the night, you can turn on multiple lights at once. Want to turn down the lights for watching TV in the evening? All smart bulbs are easily dimmable from their apps. Most apps allow for scheduling, so you can have groups of lights turn on and off based on your daily activities or to simulate occupation when you’re away from home.
Smart bulbs that change colors are even more fun. Like a softer, warmer light to ease your way into morning? A color-adjustable or tunable white bulb can do that. Want to set a relaxing mood for music after dinner? Turn the lights blue, or green, or whatever palette you like. Set in strategic locations, color-adjusting smart bulbs can be an integral part of your home decor, rather than just something to chase the shadows away.
Many smart bulbs, including our top picks, can be integrated with a variety of other smart-home products, including smart-home hubs, switches, cameras, and thermostats, making a light bulb an easy way to start your smart-home system.
If you already have a couple of smart bulbs or a smart-home system installed, however, you may be stuck with a specific brand or technology. Some bulb brands can be mixed and matched in a system, others can’t; we explain that further below.
The Hue does everything its competitors do, but a wider product and app ecosystem allows for more flexibility and creativity than any other smart bulb.
Since Philips introduced the original A1color-changing bulb in 2012, the company has added several more products to the family, including battery-powered lights, strip lights, light globes, wireless remotes, motion sensors, and plain-white-light smart bulbs. The recent addition of HomeKit compatibility makes Hue lights work with additional products and allows Siri voice control over the lights. This requires the Hue gateway, which comes in the current starter kit.
No need to paint the walls to change the look of your room. Just change the color scene of your Hue bulbs. With 1million colors, you won’t quickly get bored.
Setting up Hue lights requires a few simple steps, much like any other smart-home device. The gateway connects to your home router or network switch via a wired Ethernet port. This connects the system to your network and allows you to control the lights with a smartphone or tablet connected wirelessly to the same network. The gateway connects to the Hue bulbs themselves over a Zigbee wireless mesh network. A mesh network has the ability to repeat signals through all the connected nodes (in this case, the Hue lights are the nodes), which cuts down on errors and improves reliability. The gateway unit is small enough that you can easily tuck it out of sight.
Who else likes them
Pretty much anyone who’s reviewed Philips Hue bulbs loves them. PCMag gave the starter kit an Editor’s Choice award and says “Hue not only adds the convenience of wireless control, but it adds an element of wonder with its ability to easily recreate scenes and moods.” Though CNET wishes the bulbs were a little brighter (newer versions are brighter than the originals), the site agrees with me that smart compatibility makes it a winning choice, declaring “If you have a variety of smart-home gadgets, and you want color-changing bulbs that will work with as many of them as possible, Hue can’t be beat.” The reviewers at Digital Trends called the Philips Hue “just plain fun and addictive.”
Simple Bluetooth control
An inexpensive bulb that’s good for people who want an easily controllable light, not a whole smart home.
GE discontinued its previous Link line of bulbs, which connected using Zigbee, in favor of the new C family. C-Life bulbs connect via Bluetooth, making them easy to connect and control from your smartphone, tablet, or computer, but which also means you can’t control them when you’re away from home or—given Bluetooth’s limited range—even if you’re on a separate floor of the home.
The C-Life bulb is usually sold in a bundle with C-Sleep, a tunable white bulb that you can adjust from a harsh white to warmer tones. The app also allows the tone to automatically track with the time of day, supposedly creating the optimal light for the conditions. Of course, because it doesn’t include a light sensor or any connection to weather information, C-Sleep can’t actually know what the ambient lighting conditions are. Still, it’s an inexpensive tunable white bulb and works well at what it does. Like the C-Life, it also communicated via Bluetooth.
Sylvania Lightify bulbs (which used to be called Osram Lightify) work on a Zigbee network, and as such need a Zigbee hub, either the small wall-plug unit often sold bundled with a bulb or a smart-home hub like SmartThings or Wink. The Lightify RGB color-adjustable bulb is about the same price as the Hue, but it’s shaped more like a traditional incandescent bulb. I measured 500 lux from the top and 250 at the sides, which makes it slightly brighter than the Hue, but the difference is only really noticeable when in a white mode. The colors are not as rich as those of the Hue or LIFX bulbs, but red looks red enough, and green looks green enough to satisfy most people.
The Lightify tunable white bulb measured a little brighter at its peak settings, giving us 600 lux from the top and 320 from the sides.
When setting up your Lightify bulbs, you first need to set up the gateway (unless you’re using another brand’s hub). It didn’t initially want to connect to my network, until I resorted to calling technical support and was walked through a few additional steps that did the trick (turn iPhone to airplane mode, then turn Wi-Fi back on, which disables Apple’s Wi-Fi Assist). Weird, but it worked.
The Lightify app is graphically dull and not as intuitive as the Hue or LIFX apps, but if you’re connecting the bulb to the SmartThings or Wink hub you’ll use that app instead and won’t have to mess with the Lightify one. For a while Lightify bulbs could also be paired with the Hue gateway, but firmware updates seem to have made that more difficult, so it’s no longer a dependable option (feel free to try it, but cross your fingers).
Like Hue and LIFX, Lightify bulbs work with Alexa when connected to an Alexa-compatible hub like SmartThings and Wink, but they won’t work with Alexa independently, and don’t work with Google Home or Apple HomeKit. The lights do work with Nest, so you can create scenes that synchronize with Nest’s Home and Away modes. Those may be factors to consider if your plan is to add a variety of smart-home gadgets to your abode.
Like Hue, these bulbs are part of a family of Lightify products, which also include outdoor string lights and strip lights for indoor use (which we plan to test soon) as well as a wireless remote similar to the one Hue offers. Lightify isn’t a bad way to go if your plans go beyond standard A1bulbs, but the company doesn’t currently integrate with as many other platforms.
The Cree Connected and LinearLinc bulbs.
LinearLinc Bulbz (also sold under the GoControl brand) is a Z-Wave bulb for Z-Wave–based smart-home systems. It works well with both the Wink and SmartThings hubs (and presumably with other Z-Wave smart-home hubs). Putting out 520 lux from the top and 360 from the side, it’s brighter than many of the bulbs we tested, but also more expensive—twice the price of the Cree or GE bulbs. Unlike those bulbs, the LinearLincs responded almost immediately to app commands. If keeping your smart-home devices within a Z-Wave ecosystem is important to you, these bulbs will light the way.
What to look forward to
Sylvania’s Smart+ A1Full Color bulbs, the company’s first line of smart light bulbs, are supposedly the first to allow owners to control them directly via Siri and Apple’s Home app. The Bluetooth-enabled bulbs are expected to ship in September. Once they are available, we’ll see how they stack up to our current picks.
TP-Link’s LB230 smart bulbs are designed to change color and connect to Wi-Fi without a separate hub, and can be controlled remotely through an app. TP-Link says it offers a two-year warranty and lifetime technical support. We’ll test these out as soon as we can and update this guide with our thoughts.
IKEA’s Trådfri smart LED bulbs are now compatible with Apple’s HomeKit (IKEA’s dimmers and other smart-lighting devices are still not compatible, however). According to The Verge, IKEA has also promised Google Home compatibility sometime in the future, but just when that might happen is unclear. They’re certainly cheaper than our current pick and runner-up, but we’ll wait to update this guide until we get a chance to test how they perform with the HomeKit.
You can already find several smart bulbs that include non-lighting features such as music or video cameras. Although we’re not huge fans of those, we expect to see more, and if there’s interest, we’ll check them out. Overall, the biggest trend we expect and hope for is declining prices. Though smart LED bulbs may last you 1to 20 years, they’re still expensive. As they grow in popularity, they’ll inevitably become cheaper, and more people will get to enjoy their benefits.
Install LEDs where you’ll use them most
LED bulbs are still expensive and so, unless you have the budget to replace all the bulbs in your home at once, you’ll have to replace bulbs as they burn out. In the long run, your investment will pay you back in energy savings.
But, as Money Talks News founder Stacy Johnson has learned, it matters where you use your LED bulbs if you hope your investment will repay you soon. Put an LED in your closet, for example, or another place where the bulb is seldom used, and it may be years and years before the bulb’s cost is repaid in energy savings. It’s best to use your LEDs where the payoff will be fastest, in the light fixtures that get most use in the high-traffic parts of your home.
Get the light color you want
If you were turned off by the harsh white quality of light from older LEDs you’ll be glad to know there are more options now. LED bulbs offer a range of colors, from a warmer yellow-white, akin to the color of incandescent bulbs, to a whiter white or blueish white.
Match the bulb shape to your fixture
LED bulbs come in a number of unfamiliar shapes. You’ll find spiral bulbs, different types of globes, spotlights, floodlights and some shaped like candle flames. One useful shape is the MR16, a smallish, cone-shaped bulb.
Which bulb will work in your can lights? Which is best for the ceiling-fan light? For a table lamp? This brief, illustrated Energy Star guide and EarthEnergy’s bulb guide show which shapes work best in various types of fixtures.
Choose the right bulb for dimmers
Another problem with LEDs used to be finding bulbs that were compatible with the dimmer switches in your home. Some buzz, flicker or just fail to respond to a dimmer switch.
Those still can be problems, but CNET tested bulbs and has a recommendation. The Philips 60-watt LED performed best. It’s easily found in stores, but don’t confuse it with the less-expensive Philips SlimStyle LED, which buzzed badly in a dimmer (although it may be good for other uses). The Philips bulb isn’t the only solution. Read bulbs’ packaging to find the ones recommended for use with dimmer switches.
Or take another route: Replace your dimmer switches. Popular Mechanics says:
The solution is to buy a dimmer switch rated for both CFL and LED bulbs. Two reputable manufacturers of CFL/LED dimmers are Leviton and Lutron; both provide lists of bulbs they’ve verified will work with their dimmers.
It demonstrates high cleaning performance thanks to an advanced laser navigation system and integrated sensors that ensure safe movement around the room.
In addition to all the advantages and technical solutions used in the Botvac series, the innovative model of Neato Connected includes the function of connecting to the Internet via a Wi-Fi network, which allows you to monitor and manage the device from anywhere in the world via a mobile device.
Roomba 650 can clean up to 60 square meters of area on one battery charge
Clever vacuum cleaner Roomba 650 independently detects and rides obstacles, vacuums under furniture and sweeps the legs. During operation, the Roomba 650 brakes before barriers and delicately touches objects with a soft bumper, leaving no marks and scratches on furniture and interior elements.
Charging iLife V5s can be done both from the base and directly from the network. It is sent for charging automatically, recognizing the low battery level, or you can force it to send it to the database by pressing the button on the control panel with the picture of the house.
The package includes
The mud bowl is made of transparent plastic and is easily removed from the body for cleaning. And the Shark Rocket TruePet Ultra-Light HV32is designed in such a way that it does not lose its suction power, no matter how full the cup. It comes with two filters. They can be washed, and they do not need replacing.
The lightweight design of the corded vacuum cleaner (only 7.pounds) will give you freedom of movement throughout the house. Revolutionary cyclonic technology BISSELL PowerEdge uses centrifugal force to collect dirt from sucked in air. A two-stage filter system keeps the collected dust from being ejected back into the room. With this design of the dust collector, the filters require replacement and cleaning much less often. If necessary, the filter is washed with water and then thoroughly dried.
The Bissell brush has a special V-shape, which can collect both large pieces of garbage (such as dry food or cat litter) and ordinary small garbage and dog or cat hair. This will help keep your house clean, even if you have several pets.
Vax Air Lift U8AI PE
If you want to keep your home free of dust, dirt, and pet dander, you have to vacuum. However, if you do not have the right vacuum this can be quite a difficult task. Those staircases and tight corners just make the job so much more difficult. This is exactly where the Vax Air Lift can come in handy. This vacuum was designed with the pet owner in mind. The powerful Turbo Tool allows users to remove dirt and pet hair from any surface in the home. Simply attach the Turbo Tool to the hose and you will receive a combination of powerful sucking and rotating brushes that can easily remove dirt and pet hair.
At first glance this vacuum might look like an ordinary upright vacuum, but in fact it is not. The cylinder actually lifts at the housing, making those stairs and hard to get to places a snap.
You can even use the lift out cylinder to vacuum your car with ease. When the vacuum is in the upright position it is very steerable, making it easy to move around all the furniture and obstacles in the home.
Gtech Air Ram MK2
This cordless vacuum cleaner offers a revolutionary clean and a smooth feel. It is incredibly light, so you don’t need to have gone to the gym religiously for the past month in order to push it along your carpet. It moves easily with your arm, and is suitable for all floor types – making it incredibly versatile.
The powerful rotating brush is also ideal for getting embedded hair out of your carpet, so you end up with a deep clean that offers the ultimate satisfaction.The battery lasts 40 minutes after a four-hour charge, giving is superb life and enough power to get your house clean. It even has a battery indicator to let you know when the charge is starting to run low.
It doesn’t use bags and has a cleaner emptying system, so you don’t end up with mess all over your hands.
Overall – If you are looking for a lightweight vacuum cleaner that has no cords and incredible power, then you don’t need to look any further than this one. With a sleek design and easy maneuverability, you’ll be whizzing through the house and have it clean in no time. With a fantastic battery life and a great guarantee from GTECH, this is the ideal vacuum cleaner for those who need something lightweight and are looking to have the house clean quickly and without hassle.
Dyson Animal DC40
As a homeowner, you know the importance of keeping your home clean. Dust and pet dander can be tough on the allergies and sinus. In order to keep your home clean you need a good quality vacuum, but how do you know a good quality vacuum when you see it? There are so many different options on the market that you have to choose form. Well, take a look at the Dyson Upright-Dyson Animal DC 40. You are going to pay a bit more for this vacuum cleaner, but it offers features like none other you will find on the market.
The cleaner head installed on this vacuum has an active base that will automatically adjust itself to any type of flooring. You can expect optimal cleaning performance with carpet, hardwood, vinyl, or any floor surface.
The Radial Root Cyclone technology maximizes airflow, so that users get the most suction power possible. This vacuum is capable of turning on the spot due to the patented ball technology. You will be able to easily maneuver that vacuum around obstacles throughout your home.
This vacuum comes equipped with a lifetime washable filter. There will not be any need to go out and purchase additional bags because you can just wash the filter and reuse it. You would be surprised at how much money this is going to save you over time
Hoover Eco G
Keeping your home clean requires the use of a power vacuum cleaner. However, with all the recent advances in vacuum cleaner technology, there are now tons of different models available on the market. Needless to say, this can make finding an affordable good quality vacuum cleaner a difficult task. This is exactly where the Hoover Eco G comes in handy. This affordable vacuum cleaner can offer users features that you would see on the most expensive vacuum cleaners.
To start off this vacuum cleaner is the longest reaching vacuum cleaner in the UK. You can get to all those hard to reach places without having to unplug the cleaner and moving it from outlet to outlet. Due to the Eco G energy saving technology installed in this vacuum cleaner, you will receive maximum suction pressure while utilizing minimal energy.
The lightweight construction of this vacuum cleaner makes it easy to transport and store for later use. Upon purchase of this product you will also receive an upholstery attachment, a crevice attachment, and a pet hair turbo tool.
The HEPA filter installed in the cleaner is great for those individuals who suffer from allergies and asthma. This filter captures those pollutants and pollen particles better than an average filter.
If you suffer from allergies, then you know how important it is to keep your home free of dust, dirt, and pet dander. In order to do this you are going to require the assistance of a good vacuum cleaner.
With all the cleaners available on the market, how do you know a good vacuum cleaner when you see one? Well, take a look at the Zanussi-Zan2000a. This really is an affordable and all around great vacuum cleaner that can offer users tons of features.
This vacuum cleaner actually separates dirt and dust from the air path thanks to the cyclonic technology. Basically, this means that you can expect to always get maximum suction pressures, because the cyclonic technology will prevent the filter from ever becoming clogged. The lightweight design of this vacuum cleaner makes it very transport friendly.
The vacuum comes equipped with a L bust bin that is easy to access and clean. Also the 2-litre capacity means that you are not going to have to empty the bin as often, as you would with other vacuum cleaners. The extension tubes installed on the cleaner makes those hard to reach areas a snap. This is especially true, when you install the crevice tool and dusting brush that is included with the purchase of the vacuum.
Dyson DC40 Multi Floor
When shopping for vacuum cleaners, one of the decisions buyers must make is whether to buy an upright vacuum cleaner or the cylinder type. It really is difficult to say which is better because each type has its own sets of benefits that will meet specific demands of users. In other words, what you choose will depend mostly on your cleaning methods around your home or offices and on what you think is more convenient for you.
This review will focus on the upright vacuum cleaner, more specifically the Dyson DC40 model. Before going to its features, it is best that you understand the benefits of this type of vacuum cleaner first. One of the main benefits of an upright type vacuum cleaner is that it is more efficient in cleaning carpeted floors because of its powerful brushes that can easily remove pet hairs.
Since it has a larger head than those canister vacuum cleaners, you will spend less time cleaning an area because it can cover more space. Another advantage of upright vacuum cleaners is they are less expensive. With their higher capacity for dust storage, you also do not need to replace it that frequently, which makes using it less costly. If you are on a tight budget, then this type is the better choice for you.
Upright vacuum cleaners are convenient to use. You simply have to slide it out of its storage cabinet, plug it in, turn it on, and start gliding it on the floors. Once you are done, just slide it in its storage space again and you are done. One known disadvantage of this type though is its incapability to reach tiny spaces, like those under your sofa or over your cabinets. However, this is a thing of the past since new technology has made some upgrades on upright vacuum cleaners, allowing you now to connect various attachments to it, such as hoses that have a reach of more than ten feet.
Now that you know the benefits and advantages of upright vacuum cleaners, it is time to choose from the many brands and models available in the market today. Some of the factors that you must consider are the size, what type of flooring surface it is able to clean, available attachments, power, warranty, and of course, the price. One good brand and model that you might want to consider is the Dyson DC40.
Dyson has been creating vacuum cleaners since the early 1990s and is known for its advanced technology, making them a leader in their industry. The DC40 is one of their latest models and it is gaining popularity among returning and new clients for all the good reasons. If you have pets you might be better considering a Dyson Animal.
Vax U91-MA-P Air Pet
Are you tired of carrying your vacuum cleaner while cleaning up the mess around the floor? Some vacuum models suddenly stop working or lose its suction and can no longer function properly after long use. Do you feel that your vacuum doesn’t have enough suction power?
Some vacuum containers have a limited capacity, while others can’t pick up long lengths of pet hair. Some have difficulty sucking out dust particles especially on rough surfaces. Are you sure that your vacuum cleaner removes allergens and other unwanted bacteria?
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It is not easy to find the perfect vacuum cleaner because often, one advantage has to go if you want to prioritize another one. Hence, the best strategy is to not really look for the perfect fit but the product that meets your objective.
Bissell 2562E Featherweight Vacuum Cleaner currently reigns in the lightweight market as it offers convenience in usage without compromising the performance. Here is the complete overview of this product.
It is reliable and impressive because it works well with any type of floor and surface: hard, carpeted, fabric, foam, and even curtains. It does not disappoint you when it comes to performance because it is backed by powerful motor without the added cost. Whether it is the floor, ceiling, wall, or crevice, it works absolutely great.
There are no special or unique features in this product, so you might be disappointed if you are looking for high-tech functions. Nevertheless, it still gets the job done, which is the very reason why you buy vacuum cleaners in the first place.
Ever since James Dyson, founder of Dyson Ltd, made improvements on his vacuum cleaner which eventually lead him to the DC01, This British company has become a household name for well-designed vacuum cleaners worldwide.
The Dyson DC2Vacuum Cleaner, or also known as the “Animal”, is a multi-purpose upright vacuum cleaner that works on any surface found in a home setting. From tiles to wooden floors and even those hard to clean carpeted floors, the Dyson DC2can power through all these surfaces with ease. Fixed at a height of 4.2ft, the body of the DC2is also easy to handle and move around.
While upright vacuum cleaners can be some of the most powerful vacuums in the market today, there’s no denying that these are quite pricey too. However, we included models above that belong to different price ranges to cater to most household needs and budget. You must realize too that not because something is expensive, it is good enough and if something is affordable, it is of inferior quality. The upright vacuums we covered are indeed great choices and hopefully we helped you come up with a great decision. If you have any questions or if you wish to add any detail that we might have missed, please leave a
In case you want the floors, especially those of made of hardwood, to be spotless, go for a vacuum cleaner coming with extra attachments or varied accessories. It is best that you look for a vacuum that comes without a spinning beater brush but with a big suction head, given that floor surfaces can be damaged by these brushes.
When the time comes to clean up floors, weight happens to be a major problem. Look for lightweight vacuum cleaners that are low in weight and can help you avoid bumping or dropping the machine when you drag it around. This can also destroy your floors otherwise. The market abounds in vacuum cleaners that are lightweight and cheap. There is no need to spend much for a heavyweight vacuum cleaner.
It is important to look for long warranties. Most companies tend to offer warranties on the cleaners that they bring out. However, you should check what all are the things covered by the warranty as well as the length of time for the same. Reputed manufacturers usually offer their vacuum cleaners with at least 2-year warranty from the date of purchase.
The motor turns very hot during operations.
Hoover Vacuum Cleaner Tempo WidePath Bagged Corded Upright Vacuum U5140900
The cleaner comes with a Position Height Adjustment that allows easy cleaning of all types of floors.
There is no bag indicator, and you have to stop after a few minutes and check whether the bag is full.
The unit produces a loud, whining high-pitched sound and you should wear earphones while cleaning.
Bissell CleanView Plus Rewind with Triple Action Brush 1332
It is a po werful new cleaner that consists of a powerful Triple Action Brush for convenient cleaning, and boasts of cord rewind feature as well.
The unit can be slightly heavy for petite users, and they should move with care lest the unit bumps or causes them to fall.
The filters can be easily clogged, and you should empty it after cleaning one room.
It gets hot fast, and can ruin floors until you take care.
Do not open up the cleaner at any time. Else, the warranty will get voided. Ask for replacement from Black and Decker if the unit does not perform properly.
The cleaner takes around hours to be fully charged, and you should keep it plugged to AC wall outlet to ensure no power drop during operations.
Other things to consider
The gentlemen in the right video, with 1years of experience, says to look for the below three elements in a vacuum cleaner: serpentine style belt, chevron roller, and a manual height adjustment. He recommends the Miele brand from Germany.
Belts – spins the roller bar on your vacuum cleaner. There are old style rubber round belts, flat rubber stretch belt, tooth belt, and the serpentine style belt. The best type of belt is the serpentine style belt. If your vacuum cleaner bar stops working, chances are that the belt has broken. Vacuum cleaner belts do not come standardized. Therefore, you will need to find out what kind of belt your machine has to replace it.
Rollers – located beneath the vacuum’s power head which spins to sweep up dust and debris into the machine. There are rollers with the old style rubber beater bar which can come in plastic or metal. While metal is better than plastic, both types when including a beater bar can tear your carpet up. Also, pay attention to where the brushes channel the dirt. Optimally, you want the brushes to channel the dirt to the center of the roller and not to the side. For this reason, the chevron roller is the best type of roller.
Height adjustments – allows the vacuum to be adjusted to the right level depending on the type of carpet or flooring that you are cleaning. The height adjustment can be either a manual or automatic feature. With manual height adjustment, a lever or knob is included which can be raised or lowered. Automatic height adjustments will raise or lower on their own. The best vacuum cleaners have a manual height adjustment feature.
Eureka SuctionSeal Pet Bagless Upright Vacuum AS1104A
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Home’s flooring and layout
Yes, first point you should consider your home’s flooring and layout. This should be discussed first before anything else and you might already understand why. The ability of your vacuum highly depends on the type of surface it is working on. If you pick the first vacuum you see on the store without considering what kind of flooring you have, chances are you are going to have a hard time cleaning.
Hardwood or tile floors
For instance, if you live in a house with hardwood or tile floors, you will have to find the vacuum cleaner which is specifically wired and designed to perform on hard, flat surfaces. A regular vacuum for carpets would not suffice that is for sure. Hardwood and tile floors are a little tricky to clean especially if you are trying to get rid of annoying fur and hair fall from your pets.
Carpets and area rugs
Carpets are area rugs need a vacuum cleaner that can reach all the spots on the surface. That is why it is better equipped with a rotating brush. While a vacuum cleaner with rotating brush is good for carpets, it is not a very good idea to be used on hardwood. Some rotating brushes have a tendency to damage hardwood.
Stairs are not very easy to clean, if you could imagine. That is why getting a lightweight vacuum cleaner is a must. A vacuum cleaner heavier than you is quite dangerous. Since you’re climbing the stairs while cleaning, heavy equipment may cause you to fall if you are not able or careful enough. Other than choosing a lighter, perhaps, smaller vacuum, it would be wise to use vacuum with suction attachments like an extension hose that could reach places without bringing the entire body of the vacuum cleaner in every step of the stairs.
Upright vacuums are best if you are covering wide spaces. It will help you clean up a lot of pet fur in larger areas but in lesser time. Aside from this, it will greatly benefit those with back or posture problems. This is also the most powerful type of vacuums.
Handheld vacuum cleaners are the best if you’re trying to clean tight spaces and reach difficult corners. If your dog like to hang out with you on the couch, on your car and on other furniture, your problems on their shedding can be solved by getting a light and small handheld vacuum.
If you want some innovative equipment that is able to do the job alone without you putting in a lot of hard work, a robotic vacuum cleaner is the way to go. There are highly technological cleaners in the market today which may be a little more expensive than a regular vacuum.
Crevice tool – This thin and angle shaped vacuum will help you remove pet hair in the tightest of spots. It can be used in between sofa cushions and along baseboards.
Upholstery tool – This wide based and fabric strip designed attachment is made to attract lint. This works best in sucking off pet hair from the mattresses and sofa.
Extension tool – This tool gives you an extra reach to clean pet fur from behind appliances, corners, and under the bed.
Hardwood floor brush tool – This accessory is especially helpful when it comes to getting rid of dust from hardwood and tiled floors.
Beater Bar Brush / Brush Roll – This functions best in deep-cleaning carpets and cleaning up wooden floors.
How to care for your vacuum
The best advice we can give you is to read the instruction manual before you get started. A lot of the care and maintenance advice you need is in there. If you follow the manual, you should be able to have your vacuum running as it should for a longer time.
There are also some basic things you can do for example cleaning the brush after every vacuuming task. Pet hair may get entangled on the brush and if it piles up, the vacuum may not work as well so make sure it is clean.
The filter is an important part of the vacuum, if the one you choose uses a filter, you should check regularly to see that it is clean and replace it according to the recommendation of the manufacturer. When replacing it, make sure you buy the same model.
If you do not know how to fix vacuum cleaners, it is best to leave any faults for the professionals. Tinkering with the vacuum cleaner may spoil it even more or can void its warranty.
The filter is very important because it keeps the hair and allergens from flying back out into the air. Cat hair is light and some are quite small so the filter should be able to contain it. Most people recommend HEPA filters but there are other filters that are also able to handle pet hair.
This is pretty much what you will expect of any vacuum but the level of suction too matters a lot for thick carpets, it is important to have strong suction compared to hard floors. Some vacuums have different stages of suction that you can adjust according to the surface you are cleaning.
The tools that come with the vacuum can determine how well it will be able to handle pet hair. If for example you are dealing with stubborn pet hair, you will need a brush tool. Some of the best vacuums have a turbo brush tool which can remove entangled hair from upholstery.
These are best for the floor and carpets. Since they are big and designed for use standing up straight, you cannot use it on furniture and at times it feels awkward using them on the stairs. In most cases, upright vacuums cover a wider surface area so that you can complete the task faster.
These are like smaller upright vacuums, the advantage of them is they are lighter so you can even use them on stairs. Most of them have really strong suction and they are flexible so cleaning under furniture is a lot easier than with an upright vacuum. You can even find those that transform into handheld vacuums making them more versatile than uprights.
These are like a mix between an upright and a handheld vacuum. They have a big bin like an upright but they can be used on both floors and above ground places. With a wand added, you can use it on the floor and then using the hose alone, you can use it like a handheld vacuum.
These are battery operated and save you from the restriction of cord length. You can vacuum anywhere quick and easy but in most cases, the battery runtime will restrict how long you can vacuum for. They are usually not as loud as the corded ones.
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Features of Vacuums
When shopping for a vacuum cleaner, pay keen attention to the features of the product you are getting before reaching for your wallet or purse. For instance, which cleaning technology does your vacuum cleaner of choice use? Although motorized brush cleaners work better than suction powered ones, a model with a combination cleaning technology (motorized brushes and suction) will serve you best. If you have carpeted and or delicate flooring, however, additional features such as height adjustable control and smooth-rolling wheels are necessary to lower the probability of scratching and or damaging flooring. Storage should also be as large and possible; its handle smooth and comfortable to use; and its design versatile and able to fit add-on cleaning tools such as upholstery and or edge-cleaners. Other desirable features that you must never sacrifice include HEP filtration, quality construction, and power efficiency.
If you are shopping for the best vacuum cleaner for everyday use and quality, ease of use, and superior cleaning power rank highest on your list of wants, BISSELL 9595A is an advanced multi-functional model with several innovative features. It is lightweight; has a powerful cleaning head that combines both motorized (rotating) brushes and powerful suction, and has a convenient wide-mouthed design that cleans fast and efficient without damaging flooring. The cyclonic action it generates is innovative. The large storage tank offered is easy to empty when dirty, while its washable foam filter has a novel multi-level filtration technology that leaves your home allergen-free. BISSELL 9595A is affordable and recommended for daily use.
Let’s face it, cleaning is a boring task that nobody wants to do and a maid doesn’t come cheap nowadays. Robot vacuums have now been proven as effective as conventional vacuum cleaners and leave your floors clean every day. Its features are similar to a regular upright vacuum, only better. The robotic vacuum has accessories such as main brushes, side brushes, high efficiency filters ensuring the best operation possible.
Robot vacuums are very compact and will not take much space in your home. They are usually a maximum of 35cm in diameter by 10cm high and weigh approximately to kg. Most robot vacuums are round in shape but, some models have a square front. They can all go under most furniture and reach hard to reach places even some that conventional vacuums can’t. So there’s no need to move sofas, stools, and low-set tables. They are shaped so they can go around furniture, legs and wall corners effectively, cleaning as it goes. They also feature a bumper to absorb possible collision with a solid object along its way.
Robot vacuums use intelligent programming and various sensors in order to make sure rooms are cleaned entirely and efficiently. They include intelligent accessories such as docking stations to re dock and charge once the cleaning is complete and accessories to create virtual walls or barriers that robot vacuums will not cross.
All robot vacuums on the market today are equipped with essential to high technology functions both for safety, efficiency and ease of use. Here are features that are common to mostly all robot vacuums and features that are uncommon and present on only a certain brand of robot vacuums.
Common: • Docks and recharges: Most robot vacuums return to its docking station to recharge in order for them to be ready for their next cleaning cycle.• Plastic dust bin: Made for easy cleaning and emptying• Brushes: Most robots have at least brush, including side brushes to clean along walls and hard to reach places and main brushes to pick up large debris. • Sensors: Robot vacuums are equipped with sensors that detect cliffs, and obstacles. This security allows you to let the robot work alone even when you’re not home.• Cleans hard floors and carpets: Most robot vacuums can clean hard floors as well as low pile carpets. They can generally move from one to the other without difficulty. Only some robot vacuums are recommended for higher pile carpets although, shaggy type rugs are to avoid since they tend to be too long.• Cleans on schedule: Can be preset or programmed to clean at the day and time that you want it to clean.• Remote control: Makes initiating a cleaning, scheduling and controlling robot vacuums easy. Using radio frequency technology or infrared, you can now control robot vacuums from a few feet away to almost any room in your house.• Knows when in error mode: Most robot vacuums automatically stop when an error occurs or the robot needs cleaning.
Uncommon: • Virtual walls: Some virtual walls are physical objects that are a few cm in size and emit an infrared beam that the robot vacuum will not cross. Other robot vacuums have magnetic strips that you can lay down on the floor and around objects to keep the robot away from rooms and objects that you do not want to clean.• Dirt detecting sensors: Some robots use an acoustic sensor to find dirtier areas. Once these areas are detected the robot concentrates more time on them for optimized cleaning.• Automatic dirt bin emptying: A nice feature to save time maintaining your robot vacuum is automatic emptying of the dust bin. With this feature, every time the robot returns to the docking station, a powerful vacuuming unit will vacuum up the dust bin. These compartments are usually much larger and will not need to be emptied frequently.
Maintenance is an important step for keeping your robot vacuum cleaning at peak performance. Robotic vacuums were developed to save time and manufacturers must take this into consideration when manufacturing robot vacuums. Maintenance must therefore be easy and require very little investment for the user.
Firstly, robot vacuums are bagless and are equipped with a rigid plastic dust bin that can be emptied and cleaned very easily.
At the entry of the robots dust bin, you will find a filter that prevents dust and dirt from being exhausted from the robots vacuum out into the open air. The filter must be cleaned and the bin emptied after every 3-cycles depending on the amount of dirt the robot picks up. This is recommended in order to maintain optimum suction power which ensures efficient cleaning of the robot vacuum. The filter should however be changed every to months depending on the frequency the robot is used. A clean and unworn filter ensures that the robot will clean at peak performance and will not cause any damage to the robots vacuum system.
HEPA filters (High Efficiency Particulate Air Filters) have the advantage of being washable and reusable. Their lifetime is therefore improved compared to standard filters. HEPA filters are high performance filters that imprison debris that is less than 0.micron. These filters are especially recommended for people sensitive to allergens.
The main brushes found under the robot and the side brush should be cleaned regularly with a cleaning tool supplied with the robot vacuum cleaner. This prevents debris from accumulating and causing a malfunction of the robot.
The right and left drive wheels as well as the castor wheels should also be checked for debris and maintained regularly.
Corded or Cordless
It’s really up to you to choose whether a corded vacuum cleaner works best for you, or a cordless vacuum cleaning unit is what you need.
If you’re looking for a vacuum cleaner with superior suction power, then a corded vacuum cleaner is the safest bet. But the problem is that the cord may limit your movement so choose one with an extra-long cord, or better yet, bring in an extension cord.
Cordless vacuum cleaners, on the other hand, give you all the liberty to clean any spot in your house. However, this type of vacuum cleaner isn’t always the most reliable in terms of suction power.
Bagless or bagged
Like the choice between corded and cordless vacuum cleaners, the debate of bagless versus bagged vacuum cleaners also goes down to personal preference. But it would help you decide when you know the pros and cons of both bagless and bagged vacuum cleaners.
Bagless vacuum cleaners usually have transparent canister. This is useful as you can see if there’s anything valuable like jewelry that has been sucked up by the machine.
Moreover, bagless types are considered more practical as there is no need to buy replacement bags. The filters only need to be brushed or cleaned.Bagged vacuum cleaners may be more expensive in the long run, but it is a lot easier to empty.
You just have to throw it away into a garbage bag, and then replace it. Plus, it is a lot more sanitary or hygienic.
Shark Rocket TruePet Ultra-Light Upright
This upright vacuum cleaner is designed for efficient and quick cleaning of laminated floors, as well as carpets and hard woods.
It isn’t the lightest upright vacuum cleaner at pounds, but its advanced swivel steering makes the unit very easy to move around.
It has also improved on the capacity of the dust bin, with a capacity double of that of its predecessor. With a bigger dust bin, you don’t have to empty it regularly.
This vacuum cleaner features high output LED lights on the nozzle. You can use it for cleaning areas which are poorly lit.
There’s also an extensive number of accessories included in this vacuum cleaner, from a pet/upholstery tool, a duster crevice tool, a flexible hose, and dust away hard floor attachment.
Moreover, the power cord is extra-long at 30 feet.This versatile vacuum cleaner can be used for cleaning your floors, furniture, and ceilings, as it can transition from an upright vacuum cleaner into a portable unit.
BISSELL PowerEdge Pet Hard Floor Corded Vacuum
If you’re the type of owner who is confused when it comes to using vacuum cleaner attachment or tools, then this one from Bissell is highly recommended. There are no on-board tools on this vacuum cleaner but it is still effective in cleaning different surfaces, including laminated floors.
The lack of a brush roll of this unit means there’s no chance of damaging the surface of your laminated floor. But that’s not the only reason why you should buy this vacuum cleaner.
Its V-shaped base gives it the ability to capture all types of debris and fine particles without the use of onboard tools. Large debris is forced into the center suction path while finer particles are pulled along the edges.
Bissell backs up this vacuum cleaner with a limited one-year warranty. Some owners say it is a bit heavy at around pounds. The short cord is also another bummer.
Hoover Windtunnel Air Bagless Upright
Hoover is a 100-year old brand that is known for its superior quality vacuum cleaners. One example is the Windtunnel Air bagless upright vacuum cleaner.
Weighing 1pounds, this isn’t exactly a lightweight vacuum cleaner.
But it does have a lot of positives that can attract potential owners. One is the 30-foot cord which lets users to clean continuously without having to unplug the unit and then plug it to a nearby wall outlet.
There’s a full bin indicator that will let users know when to empty the bin. The brush on/off switch is there to facilitate transition from cleaning carpets to laminated floors.
And its height-adjustment option allows users to raise or lower the machine accordingly.This is a good choice although it does have some flaws. The price is a bit high compared to its competitors.
And it lacks an auto-retracting cord, so good luck in storing its 30-foot long cord.
Black+Decker BDH2000PL MAX Lithium Pivot Vacuum, 20-volt
Black & Decker is one of the more familiar makers of appliances and power tools. And as this vacuum cleaner will show you, the company remains one of the top manufacturers of vacuum cleaners
One impressive feature of this vacuum cleaner is its pivoting nozzle, which lets you reach those awkward areas around the house.
The motor is also powerful enough to give this vacuum cleaner the suction power. It can pretty much pull in any debris, dust, pet hair, and small particles on the laminated floor.
This is a very solid choice although you will have to pay a bit more for this model. Durability is also questionable, as per reviews of some owners.
BLACK + DECKER CHV1410L 1volt Lithium Cordless Dust Buster Hand Vac
This cordless unit is also a good choice. It shares some basic features with the BDH2000PL, like being cordless and having a two-year warranty. Both units also are of the same size.
Its wide nozzle is particularly advantageous when cleaning laminated floors, as it can scoop up debris and dirt with a single sweep.
There’s also a clean upholstery tool for use in sofas, and a crevice tool that you can turn to in accessing tight spaces. The vacuum cleaner can also hold a charge for up to 1months, thus this one is ready to spring into action.
But like the other Black & Decker vacuum cleaner, this 1volt cordless vacuum cleaner has its disadvantages too. The most common issue owners have with this is the lack of a wall mount.
First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.
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