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SEBO Dart. Best entry level commercial vacuum?


Meet the SEBO Dart Upright Vacuum – If you're wondering what exactly an upright vacuum is, don't worry, I've got you covered.

So, picture this: an upright vacuum cleaner stands tall and proud, just like its name suggests. Now, the SEBO Dart is a corded vacuum, falling into the traditional upright vacuum category. Unlike the newer cordless stick vacuums, these uprights are the OGs of vacuum cleaners – reliable and powerful.

Ideal for commercial spaces or places with lots of carpeting and minimal stairs, these vacuums are a powerhouse. What sets them apart? Each one boasts a robust floorhead with a motorized brush roll, designed for a thorough carpet cleaning experience.

Let's talk about the star of the show – the SEBO Dart. Crafted by the German manufacturer SEBO, this vacuum proudly wears its "Made in Germany" label. Now, don't be fooled by it being an entry-level model; it's still among the best upright vacuum cleaners out there.

Why do people rave about it? Well, first off, it comes with a powerful head that means serious business. Plus, it's a bagged vacuum with top-notch filtration, ensuring no dust escapes its clutches. But here's the real game-changer – the SEBO Dart effortlessly transforms from an upright vacuum to a handheld one.

Check out the hose – it's the secret sauce that lets you tackle stairs, above-floor surfaces, and anything else with ease. A powerful yet lightweight vacuum, it's a dream to maneuver. 

To lear more and to watch our demo video on the SEBO Dart, click here.



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