Sebo Felix Royale Upright Vacuum Cleaner
Product informationAdorned with a retro look Union Jack design, the Sebo Felix Royale vacuum cleaner is designed to be highly manoeuvrable. Equally at home on carpet or hard floor, it has a flexible neck allowing it to steer round obstacles nimbly, with a flat-to-the floor design to let you clean under furniture with ease.
The Felix Royale is also a mini vacuum cleaner in disguise: simply detach the suction unit from the power head and you get a lightweight, powerful cleaner ideal for stairs, car interiors or curtains.
A telescopic handle is perfect for compact storage, and with the variable power control on the handle altering the power on the Felix Royale is effortless. You can also attach a parquet brush (sold separately) in place of the power head, for superb hard floor cleaning.
This machine meets S-CLASS filtration standards, which are achieved by removing a minimum of 99.97% of particles of 0.3 microns. The SEBO S-CLASS system removes 100% of particles of 1 micron and above. Dust mite faeces are approximately 10 microns.
The Felix Royale boasts Good Housekeeping accreditation for extra quality assurance, and has a 5 year parts and labour guarantee too.
Dust bag model: 7029ER
Filter model: 7012ER.
- Cable length
- H122 x W31 x D24.5cm
- Eligible for International Delivery
- Filtration Information Remove dust particles, mites - even unpleasant smells
- S class filter
- Model name / number
- Felix Royale
- 1300W plus 175W brush motor
- Tools included Information Tools for particular jobs: usually crevice tool, dusting and upholstery brushes
- Crevice and upholstery nozzles
- Vacuum cleaner type
- Upright Cleaners
- Weight Information Unpackaged weight
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