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Vacuum Has UV Light Underneath To Kill Stuff

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Available from Hammacher Schlemmer (pronounced ham sandwich smeller) the Germ-Eliminating Upright Vacuum has a UV-C light in its base to zap stuff dead as you roll over it. The unit costs $500 and the bulb is rated for 8,000 hours of use, which is a whole lot of vacuuming. I hope when I'm dying I don't look back on my life and realize I spent 8,000 precious hours vacuuming. That would depress me. Seeing how the device is advertised as "the only upright vacuum that has a built-in 35-watt UV-C light in its base that eliminates..." really makes me wonder if this UV-C light is a good idea. And if it is then why is Haymaker Slummer the only one selling it? It's like being the only kid on the block selling lemonade made with urine. It's not always a good idea to be an innovator. But who knows, maybe sucking just isn't enough sometimes.

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Thanks to Melissa, who has seen some pretty wack movies in her time, for the tip

There are Comments.
  • you place the end of the bag in the
    machine, and the air is sucked out. After the vacuum process, the end of
    the bag is heat sealed by a special heating strip on the interior of
    the machine.

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