The CYKING has 330 W of suction power, achieved by minimizing the friction and clash of the airflow inside the dust chamber. LGE points out that most competing bagless vacuum cleaners have about 200 to 250 W of suction power.
High suction performance helps make the unit an effective vacuum cleaner for allergy sufferers, LGE says, and says the unit achieves:
100-percent dust removal from hard floors with crevices
65.4-percent dust removal from carpet
100-percent thread removal
The unit is designed with the Sani Punch by-pass airflow system for more effective cleaning and, compare to conventional nozzles, it provides easier maneuverability when cleaning beds, sofas and curtains. To avoid soiling sensitive textiles, Sani Punch has a removable nozzle base that can be washed after each use.
CYKING's Fine Dust Separator prevents dust from flowing into other parts of the vacuum cleaner and escaping from the chamber. Dust emission is designed as S-class for no leakage of dirty air. A washable HEPA filter is designed to offer H12 filtering of dust.
The upgraded CYKING II, introduced later in 2002, has the new Stay-on-Stair system to help keep the unit from falling down the stairs during stair cleaning and makes the unit easier to move on stairs.
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