- Shipping Weight: 42.2 pounds
- ASIN: B000SSECLC
- Item model number: RY7910
- Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #197,548 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Royal Procision 7910 Carpet Extractor
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Now that I purchased the Royal, I am very happy and have found the unit easy to assemble and clean. The ratings that were negative generally mentioned leaks. Upon recent use, these leaks seem to be due to operator error, since all pieces need to be seated correctly and that is fairly easy. If this breaks, the parts also seem easily replaceable.
The Royal did a very good job at cleaning the carpet and the water left behind dried in a couple hours. If you follow the instructions and only apply soap and/or water (water only for rinse) moving forward and then just vacuum when moving backward, the carpet does not get too wet and will dry reasonably quick.
When the Hoover carpet cleaner that I had for less than two years broke, I went to the local vacuum repair store. To my surprise, It would cost $125-$150 to fix a machine that cost me $180. I was suddenly in the market for a new machine. The salesman told me that their company has sold thousands of the Royal 7910 with very few problems. He said that the Hoover quality has been inconsistent and the Bissell design which connects the drive belts for the brushes to the power plant has caused lots of breakage. A friend of mine has a Bissell, which she has had in the repair shop each month for the last 4 months due to this problem, so that gave the salesman some credibility with me. The first time that I used the Royal, I thought that it was very heavy and difficult to move. I soon realized that the amount of fluid that the machine holds, solution and water in separate tanks, caused the unit to weigh more than the Hoover which had much smaller tank capacity. Now, I just don't fill the tanks quite as full. The unit uses much less solution. I used about 8 oz of solution to clean a the main traffic areas in my living room and dining room. The Hoover used more than twice as much. I had to get the carpet a lot wetter with the Hoover than I do with the Royal. Very dirty areas require only two sprays of solution. The extractor really removes the water, so my carpet dries in 4-6 hours rather than over night. This unit costs a little more than the others, but I am very pleased with the results so far. Also, you can't beat the 3 year warrenty.
I bought this shampooer after taking my Bissel to the shop (and the Hoover to the dumpster) to replace the roller brush belt. I was told that the water pump belt and water pump itself also needed replacing at the cost of $80.00. I told them they could keep it for that price, and visited their competitor. Everything the salesman told me about the Royal interested me more and more: Two stable roller brushes rotating in opposite directions (no more shampooing over and over in several directions to get it all), Two extractors (no more going over and over the same space to get up the water and never extracting well enough, the Bissel couldn't even suck water from linoleum!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I did not purchase this item through Amazon, but a local dealer. I just wanted people to know that this is the biggest piece of garbage ever created. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Gail
I've had my carpet cleaner for three years now and it's sturdy and feels well made. It picks up as much dirt as is reasonable, given the carpet is almost white and has suffered... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Canadian
Bissell's last 1-1/2 years. Hoovers last a lot longer but between them and every other shampooer we've had, our carpets are always tacky or matted after use and left extremely... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Cinobey6
Overall it's a great shampooer. What really makes me crabby is that the upholstery attachment at the end of the hose is very brittle. Read morePublished 18 months ago by JLK
I had never used one of these kind of carpet cleaning machines before - I always rented a heavy-duty spray/extractor from the tool rental store or had a service do my carpet... Read morePublished 20 months ago by D. Winston
1. Doesn't get close to wall. Mostly leaves 2" dry and uncleaned area against walls.
2. Very difficult to effectively clean after use. Read more