Doorbells, vacuum cleaners, lawn mowers and batteries.

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Space50
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29 Apr 2018, 5:53 pm

Anyone here who is fascinated with doorbells, vacuum cleaners, lawn mowers and batteries?



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30 Apr 2018, 1:41 pm

Not really. But I would like to buy a cheap automatic vacuum cleaner, for example SENCOR SVC 7020VT. Do you think it is worth anything? I have 2 cats that leave fur everywhere and my current, manual vacuum cleaner sound makes me stressed and lose my balance (it triggers sensory overload even with headphones on) so if I would turn the deviece on and leave the house or even just sit while it does the job it would be great.



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30 Apr 2018, 2:12 pm

Space50 wrote:
Anyone here who is fascinated with doorbells, vacuum cleaners, lawn mowers and batteries?


I'm fascinated by all of the characters from The Brave Little Toaster.


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01 May 2018, 4:32 pm

Lawn mowers and vacuum cleaners are two of my worst sensory triggers.



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01 May 2018, 10:40 pm

I love batteries. I like looking at pictures of vintage batteries.


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02 May 2018, 9:41 am

I'm indifferent to these things. Vacuum cleaners on the other hand I dislike due to many of them being very loud.



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23 Aug 2018, 1:02 am

Shark vac. have three cats who shed a LOT and am happy with a recent purchase of a this robot. This is best bagged vacuum for pet hair . It cleans up the hair and litter and it does a great job sucking up all the fur out of the carpet.



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23 Aug 2018, 2:03 am

There's an undeniable fact about vacuum cleaners and lawnmowers: they suck.


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23 Aug 2018, 2:28 am

I agree about the noise made by vacuum cleaners and lawnmowers. I've never owned one of either.

On the other hand, I've spent maybe 10 hours plus over the last two or three weeks looking at laptop batteries on Amazon.


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23 Aug 2018, 2:41 am

Spiderpig wrote:
There's an undeniable fact about vacuum cleaners and lawnmowers: they suck.


vacuum cleaners certainly suck.

But not lawnmowers.

But that's if youre using the word "suck" literally! :lol:



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23 Aug 2018, 6:52 am

The ones I'm most familiar with definitely suck the grass after cutting it, into the catcher.


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