Deep Cleaning Power on All Floors.
Proven to Clean Carpets Better Than Dyson DC25 and DC41 For Less Than ½ The Price,* the SuctionSeal® PET bagless upright combines Eureka exclusive AirSpeed® Technology with SuctionSeal® Technology for deep cleaning power on all floor surfaces.
– SuctionSeal® Technology with All-Surface Suction Plates concentrates airflow for deep cleaning suction power. As you move across carpet, hardwood or tile floors the plates raise and lower, creating a seal to maximize airflow for powerful cleaning performance. Whether it’s surface dirt or debris hiding in crevices, it’s sucked up and away without any scattering.
- Unlike other vacuums, AirSpeed® Technology has two smooth tubes, featuring limited bends and turns. This allows more air to pass through the vacuum. The direct air path from floor to cup, decreases the distance for dirt to travel, which increases the amount of airflow for powerful suction.
Never Loses Suction
- Eureka has engineered SuctionSeal® to provide maximum suction power longer than other types of vacuums.** Tested to strict industry standards, Eureka’s multicyclonic dust cup system never loses suction and maintains power as you vacuum your home.***
Tough Enough for Pet Owners – Designed to deep clean pet hair from carpets, bare floors, upholstery and more. The SuctionSeal® Pet features a Pet Upholstery Brush, a turbo driven PET Power Paw®, and a 39 foot hose and wand to clean above the floors. The on/off brushroll switch lets you clean carpets and bare floors. This model includes an odor absorbing HEPA filter to eliminate pet odors and reduce allergens for a cleaner home.
This model is available exclusively at Best Buy.
*Based on a comparison between (a) regular MSRP of Eureka SuctionSeal™ PET and Dyson DC25 and DC41 vacuums as of November 2011 (b) independent lab tests using industry standard ASTM F608 test, measuring embedded dirt removal from carpeting.
**When compared to conventional bagged and single stage cyclonic vacuums having dirt cup filters.
***Per IEC 60312-1 Edition 1.0 (2010). Test results within accepted variability tolerance of 5%.