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Papa John

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As A son of a salesman, and A person who studied marketing-- I'm "allergic" to too much BS and found reading the ad annoying.

It rambled on and failed to keep it simple and concise and never stated In Print that the wand converts to:
long and short wand, a stair tool a crevis tool, and a vacuuming head. Is that Correct?

So many places for leaks to develop and cause annoyance with prolonged use; just like the 3 Mytee swivel wands I cut up and tossed out.
 
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Luky

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Mario
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As A son of a salesman, and I person who studied marketing-- I'm "allergic" to too much BS and found reading the ad annoying.

It rambled on and failed to keep it simple and concise and never stated In Print that the wand converts to:
long and short wand, a stair tool a crevis tool, and a vacuuming head. Is that Correct?

So many places for leaks to develop and cause annoyance with prolonged use, just like the 3 Mytee swivel wands I cut up and tossed out.
Precisely; also, developers are not revealing the final cost of a pimped-out $179 wand with a bunch of knobs and about one foot of aircraft aluminum epoxy handle. It would be nice to know how fast can wand be collapsed to a handy stair tool and how long it will take to bring it back to a swinging wand. Don't you dare to misplace a " twistee," you are going to be stuck with a stair tool.
 

Mike J

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After I walk thru a house, put it in "checkmate", I grab on average 4 different wands per job. The extended stair tool has been the time saver lately, under the beds and trimming.
 

Dkane

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Daniel Kane
interesting that they think that a grip that swivels is a good thing.
As A son of a salesman, and I person who studied marketing-- I'm "allergic" to too much BS and found reading the ad annoying.

It rambled on and failed to keep it simple and concise and never stated In Print that the wand converts to:
long and short wand, a stair tool a crevis tool, and a vacuuming head. Is that Correct?

So many places for leaks to develop and cause annoyance with prolonged use; just like the 3 Mytee swivel wands I cut up and tossed out.
This is a really smart post. Like you said it isn’t concise, doesn’t convey value, leaves too much for the customer to have to infer and interpret on his own.
 

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