Swan collaborates with Eureka

British brand Swan has announced a partnership with North American vacuum cleaner manufacturer Eureka to bring a new floorcare collection to the UK.

The products, which were previewed at Berlin consumer electronics and home appliances exhibition IFA (which ran from August 31 to September 5), are available in the UK from this month.

Swan general manager David Foulstone said: “Swan has been looking to re-enter the floorcare market for some time and following a meeting with the Eureka team at the International Home + Housewares Show in Chicago in March and seeing the product collection, we believe we’ve found the perfect partner to do so.”

A key highlight of the new range is the Eureka | Swan SC15822N PowerPlush+ 3-in-1 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner (pictured): a rechargeable vacuum powered by a 21.6 V removable lithium-ion battery without requiring a cord.

Featuring a one-touch power button, an indicator light provides real-time battery status, alerting the user when it’s time for a charge. Equipped with swivel steering and self-propelled motorised nozzle, it can be easily manoeuvred into corners and under furniture, and is suitable for tackling stairs.

Weighing 2.5kg, the vacuum cleaner is lightweight and portable, and thanks to an extension wand it can be lifted to reach hard-to-clean spots including ceilings and light fixtures. Suitable for those suffering with allergies, the soft brush lifts up small dust particles and its anti-allergen dual filter system traps dust and emits only clean air.

Designed for hard floors, the Plush Brush Roll is engineered to grab hold of the finest particles including dirt, dust, food debris and spills. Additionally, the two-in-one upholstery tool allows users to clean embroidered pillows, satin curtains and delicate upholstery.

The vacuum cleaner comes with a wall mount for storage whilst the dust cap filters can be disassembled and washed.


The Eureka | Swan SC15822N PowerPlush+ 3-in-1 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

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