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The electronics manufacturer Anker carried out a survey on the subject of “spring cleaning” and thus determined which aids customers want most. In addition to cleaning agents, stick vacuum cleaners and mops, the good old vacuum cleaner robot was also among the answers. That is why there are now three models from the anchor brand eufy with a 20% discount. You get the discount when you buy the vacuum robot at Amazon; a discount code is not necessary. The offers on the product pages linked below are still valid until April 5, 2020. Have fun shopping and cleaning too;)
In the survey mentioned above, 23,2 percent of those questioned said that they did spring cleaning at least will take a day - 18,7 percent calculate it with one day. Furthermore, 17,7 percent calculated five to seven hours, while others gave answers with information below. Only 14,7 percent believe that they will need less than two hours for spring cleaning. These are interesting figures that speak in favor of buying automatic aids. In addition, there are the activities that the respondents would prefer to do: 42,7 percent opted for “just relaxing”, while 34,1 percent stated that they would rather spend time with the family.
Is that the same for you? Then take a look at the current anchor deals:
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By chance I just saw that the eufy HomeVac H11 is also on offer. You can buy the feather-light handheld vacuum cleaner with 5.500 Pa suction power on Amazon order for € 45,99 instead of € 59,99. The vacuum cleaner for small cleaning jobs in the household, for the sofa, mattress, table and other things can be charged via USB. It also has a washable filter. Have a look, maybe the current offers are something for you and your spring cleaning, which is now more important than ever. Because if we all stay at home as often and for as long as possible, then there should also be a homely and clean atmosphere;)
Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.