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Are You Planning to Buy Any Appliance?

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    Diwali, the festival of light, is just round the corner. It is the biggest opportunity for the Indian customers to buy home appliances, as there will be a sale going on most of the items. Moreover, it is thought to be auspicious to buy something during this festival.
    This year, I am planning to buy a hand vacuum to clean the dirt and dust of home. Actually, I have been planning for a couple of months, but was waiting for some reviews about the gadget.
    Could anyone share the idea whether the gadget is efficient for cleaning?

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    It's definitely a great time to buy some appliances. I'm happy to hear that Indian consumers will be able to purchase things that they need at discounted prices.

    Vacuum cleaners, whether they are portable or standalone units are very reliable nowadays. In fact, I've found them to be quite powerful and energy efficient when compared to models from previous generations. I use Hoover vacuum cleaners both at home and the office and I've never been let down by this brand. I still have an old Hoover hand vacuum cleaner from 8 years ago in my garage. Never experienced any problems with it and use it regularly to vacuum the seats and floor area of my car.

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    I am planning to buy an oxy fryer. I am still in a dilemma if I should go for a Kenstar or a Philips product. I have heard about the reviews of both the companies. Both are good in their own specifications. Can anyone out there suggest me which one should I actually go for? Obviously, I won't buy both of them! Please help me out with this decision of mine. I want to buy it before Christmas.

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    I am planning on buying an air conditioner, my current one is broken and it has been fixed countless of times, it's high time I need to get a new one.

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    We have a vacuum cleaner and i hardly use it. It can be of a great help but it cannot totally clean anything. In fact, I find it even difficult to use so I prefer cleaning manually.

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    I need of a good Water Filter, preferably an online-one, which removes Suspended particles, Colour and Odour. I had a look at Ion Exchange's Suraksha ZeroB, but the user reviews on online shopping portals are not encouraging.

    If anyone here has first-hand knowledge of this type of filters, please respond.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ipol12 View Post
    We have a vacuum cleaner and i hardly use it. It can be of a great help but it cannot totally clean anything. In fact, I find it even difficult to use so I prefer cleaning manually.
    I have seen the advertisement of a robotic vacuum cleaner which is available at the cost of a mid-sized normal vacuum cleaner. It is very compact in round shape. You have to just put it on the floor and it will scan your floor for dust particles and breath in dust within no time. The more advanced verstion could also climb steps. I resembles that of a round alien spaceship. But I don't know how effective it is.

    I need a good vaccuum clear very badly. A water purifier is not required at the movement as I have access to fresh pure water from a well.

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    What is a good brand for getting electronic house appliances? That isn't Chinese?

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    When it comes to branded items, a lot depends on your budget. While the Chinese items are cheap, you'll find they're not that reliable so it's false economy.

    A lot of the Japanese brands will last you for years, but they can be quite expensive.

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    Very true Pwarbi! It is always better to invest in something which is durable and reliable. Going for a Chinese product will only make you regret later. The momentary happiness of getting something at a cheap rate will turn into tears of regret once the product is damaged. The chances of that are quite high when we think of a Chinese product. So beware of those tempting prices, go for the one with a longer durability.

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    There's often a debate about what's best to do, go for the cheaper device and replace it every couple of years or pay a bit more and get extra years out if it.

    Personally I'd rather pay a bit more and get longer out if an appliance, but if people are limited by a budget, sometimes they dint have that option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pwarbi View Post
    There's often a debate about what's best to do, go for the cheaper device and replace it every couple of years or pay a bit more and get extra years out if it.

    Personally I'd rather pay a bit more and get longer out if an appliance, but if people are limited by a budget, sometimes they dint have that option.
    Japanese is better, and yeah I rather pay extra to maintain the appliance for years, than change it every couple of years, In Nigeria a lot of Chinese produce, is largely used and I don't find most of them very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by webworld View Post
    I have seen the advertisement of a robotic vacuum cleaner which is available at the cost of a mid-sized normal vacuum cleaner. It is very compact in round shape. You have to just put it on the floor and it will scan your floor for dust particles and breath in dust within no time. The more advanced verstion could also climb steps. I resembles that of a round alien spaceship. But I don't know how effective it is.

    I need a good vaccuum clear very badly. A water purifier is not required at the movement as I have access to fresh pure water from a well.
    Wow! Upon your observation, I was amazed. I think I will need that as I am not happy with the current one we have. It will surely be a big help to save time and effort in cleaning. I do hope it would be effective.

    Meanwhile, nice to know you still have water well which the water in it is still fresh. Here, in my place, there's no more such.

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    I agree with you guys. One should always go for the longevity of the appliance rather than the low-cost products. Japanese products give the true value for money, whereas the Chinese products give tempting features, but are too poor on quality. They will only lead to wastage of money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MamoniMaity View Post
    I agree with you guys. One should always go for the longevity of the appliance rather than the low-cost products. Japanese products give the true value for money, whereas the Chinese products give tempting features, but are too poor on quality. They will only lead to wastage of money.
    Sadly, everything I see being sold in our country were mostly from China even tgose brands that were known as reputable. I rarely see products made in Japan now.

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