Stick-type vacuum cleaners are popular in Japan because of their easiness of handling and use. Also, it is easy to store even in small apartments. Moreover, they are very convenient for quick cleaning.
According to Amazon Japan’s best sellers list, here are some of the top-rated stick-type vacuum cleaners in Japan:
This Amazon’s number 1 best-seller cordless rechargeable cleaner has a high-power motor and a capsule-type dust container. It comes with a dust bag, a paper pack for collecting dust and dirt, and various nozzles and attachments for different surfaces and corners. It can operate for 25 minutes on a single charge and includes a battery charger. Also, it is lightweight and can be used as a stick or a handheld cleaner. It also has a LED light for cleaning dimly lit places. If the battery capacity is low, it will blink and notify you.
Iris Ohyama SCD-181P-B
This cordless cyclone cleaner has a self-propelled power head that automatically adjusts to different floor types. It has a cyclone system that separates dust from air and prevents filter clogging. The filter can be washed with water and cleaned with the included brush. It comes with a charging stand. It takes about 4 hours to charge fully and lasts 27 minutes on standard mode or 10 minutes on turbo mode.
This corded cyclone cleaner has a skeleton design that makes it easy to see the dust level inside. It is lightweight. It weighs about 1.7 kg, making it easy to carry and clean the stairs. In addition, since the power cord is about 4.5m, you can save the trouble of plugging and unplugging the outlet. And the suction work rate has a high power of 70W. Since it is a cyclone type, the suction power lasts, and it is economical because it does not require a paper pack. It has two modes of operation: normal mode for hard floors and turbo mode for carpets. The handle can be easily removed from the main body for easy stick and handy use. There are two switches on the top and bottom. It’s freestanding, so you don’t have to worry about storage space, and it looks stylish.
This vacuum cleaner is a lightweight, powerful stick-type vacuum cleaner. The main body weighs only 0.63kg and can easily lift with one hand. It has 10000Pa high-power suction power firmly absorbs hair and dust. And a high-performance HEPA filter catches fine dust and discharges clean air. This cordless vacuum cleaner can be used in 2 ways, either stick or handy, depending on the occasion. As a stick cleaner, you can easily clean the floor and use it as a handy cleaner, so you can easily clean your table, bed, or sofa. The dust box is translucent and allows you to see the contents of the dust so you can easily throw away the accumulated waste. It also has a led light to make cleaning in dark places easier.
Here are some famous stick-type vacuum cleaners in Japan:
Hitachi PV-BL50J N
Even though it is small and lightweight, it has a high-power fan motor. It efficiently controls the airflow and vacuums the garbage you are worried about. It has a rotating brush that can be washed with water. They call this brush “Karaman Brush.” In addition to white, this vacuum cleaner has green LED lights. These LED lights illuminate dirt, and the dirt’s shadow will look more prominent, making it easier to see the dirt.
Dyson V12 Detect Slim Fluffy SV20 FF N
It is equipped with a laser function. When the laser head hits the flooring, invisible dust appears. Aside from the attachments included, there are more attachments available that you can buy separately. It also has an LCD function that displays the size and amount of suctioned garbage in real-time. It has three suction modes: an auto mode that automatically adjusts the suction power, an eco mode that can operate for a long time, and an intense mode that can quickly and intensively clean stubborn dirt. The battery lasts up to 60 minutes.
These are just some examples of stick-type vacuum cleaners in Japan that you can find online or in stores. Of course, many other models and brands are available, so you should research them before buying one.
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