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Bissell's DigiProª Vacuum
August 2003
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Bissell's DigiProª Vacuum

Bissell's DigiProª vacuum has a "thinking" component, Digital Sensor Technology (DST), which measures the vacuum's airflow and automatically adjusts the motor to increase suction power according to the cleaning job. For example, the company says the appliance knows whether it's cleaning a bare floor as opposed to deep pile carpet. In addition to this new technology, the DigiPro also boasts a washable, five-stage filtration system.

"The Digital Sensor Technology paired with five-stage filtration is a strong combination," says Jim Krzeminski, Bissell's senior vice president of Product Development, Sales, and Marketing. "We know that two vacuum features our customers value most are ease-of-use and exceptional filtration. The Bissell DigiPro brings them together in one machine."

The appliance also has a manual power control so the machine can be adjusted to clean draperies, upholstery, area rugs, bare floors, and carpets. Its telescoping wand rotates 360 degrees at its base, making hard-to-reach areas accessible. Additionally, the machine is equipped with a DirtLifter¨ PowerBrush that lets users zero-in on areas where dirt is embedded in carpet. Other features include a 360-degree swivel caster and large wheels that glide and maneuver easily on all types of flooring. Along with its 13-in cleaning path, the cleaner has five height adjustments for all piles of carpet as well as a full-range of tools (crevice tool, dusting, and upholstery brushes) that are stored onboard the unit.

 



 
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