We’re always thrilled when we get a great review, and nothing is more thrilling than a write up in The New York Times. Recently, Home and Garden reporter, Sandy Keenan, tested our AirRam for several weeks at her home by the beach.
“Sand is my nemesis. My garage is a museum of vacuum cleaners tried and for the most part abandoned — from cumbersome canisters with bags and cords to an old-school manual sweeper. So my hand shot up when volunteers were asked to test AirRam, an energy-efficient cordless upright marketed as the “Tesla of vacuum cleaners.” – Sandy Keenan, New York Times.
Keenan challenged the AirRam’s ability to take on dirt and debris across multiple surfaces in her home.
“For several weeks, I propelled this sleek appliance over tile, wood and carpet, enjoying the way it sucked up sand and dust and even the stray peanut, penny and blueberry. It turned corners like a sports car and sank down to the ground like a limbo champion.” -Keenan, New York Times
In addition to the AirRam’s easy maneuverability, Keenan made note of its simplicity in design and maintenance.
“You can’t beat the ease. Maintenance is a simple matter of removing, rinsing and drying two small filters every month.”
Thanks to Sandy Keenan for a very thorough and unbiased review. To see the entire article, click here.
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