|Item Weight||9.68 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||27 x 15.5 x 9.5 inches|
|Item model number||EBK360kit|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Style||EBK 360 Power Nozzle and Wand|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Wessel Werk EBK 360 Power Nozzle with Integrated Wand for Central Vacuum Systems
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- EBK360 features quick disconnect wand
- Includes EBK360QDC and integrated wand
- LED bright headlight
- 4 Soft rubber wheels won't mar or scratch bare floors
- IntegratedTelescopic wand saves time attaching/detaching the hose to the wands
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The German engineering of the EBK360 by Wessel Werk means you can be sure you are getting a high quality, deep cleaning powerhead. With an impressive 5 position carpet height adjustments, quick neck release and wand release you get convenience plus versatility. The bright LED headlight will save energy and last longer than traditional headlights. The Wessel-Werk EBK360 has a rubber strip and soft rubber wheels making it ideal for use, not only on carpeting, but also on bare floors. With a chevron designed roller brush the effectiveness of the brush roller and it's cleaning ability is maximized. Sale is for EBK360 and integrated wand only.
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Bought an older home with ancient central vac. It quit, home warranty replaced unit with new Nutone but left same piping, low voltage outlets measuring about 1.5in in diameter. I replaced with newer outlets, same low voltage, same diameter, just newer...real easy. Next problem, dirty heavy hose with no power attachments and it came apart because nothing locked together, it all pressure fit so as soon as I’d fit the pieces together and start pulling across my carpet, the suction would dig into the carpet and BAM, the hand piece would come loose. Gave up, started using canister vac, eyesore that lived in corner of kitchen for years getting tripped over. Finally visited vac shop after doing research and seeing that I could, with the right pigtail hose, get a wand and ELECTRIC POWER HEAD! Yaaaaas! I have carpet and bare floors, but more carpet, I want that power head baaaaaad. Tell vac shop guy. He says, buy a Miele canister vac. I leave. I come back week later. Still want power head. He says, won’t work with your low voltage unit. Buy Miele canister or upright. I leave. I come back a month later. He says, maybe you want new Simplicity Volt....499 dollars. I like it, don’t like price, and then I’d need new button lock hose which is another 100 dollars and doesn’t have a handle or on off switch...basically looks like my old hose but with button lock. Frustrated, I leave. Read vacuumland and reddit posts for days. Watch every YouTube video twice. Finally buy this unit and the beam 35ft pigtail hose because I have power outlet close to vac outlet on main floor, and can run extension cord on upper and lower floor.
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Vacuuming nirvana is had. Power head is heavy, like a Sherman tank, dragging me across my living room like I owe it money. The light is bright enough, not as bright as the Shark I used, but enough to illuminate under the table and chairs well. It works perfectly with the Beam hose, responds to the three way switch, no problems. The wand is quality, heavy, nice clicking noise when I adjust it, and one solid piece. The carpet height adjustment is sketchy, sort of skips around like an old stick shift. If my feet are flapping behind me, I know I’m on 1, if my shoulder isn’t being ripped from the socket, I’m probably on 3, and if I’ve got control, it’s on 5. I love it. It’s good pain. The fluff and fur from our two cats is GONE, finally...I can breathe again! It bumps over thresholds like nothing and keeps trucking. It eats Legos for breakfast. I get it out and my boys start frantically picking up their game controller cords and hot wheels. We play, let’s see who’s faster. Nothing is more satisfying than the sound of a lego being sucked through a 35ft hose.
If you’ve got ultra soft carpets or delicate rugs, I’d worry about the agitation on the pile. We have hand knotted rugs but certain folks lost their complaining rights when we got cats, so I vacuum the tar outta these things and so far, no holes. If you have back or shoulder problems, be careful. The more suction behind the head, the stronger the pull because it’ll dig in and yank you around. If you plan on hauling it up and down stairs, be aware that the unit alone is as heavy as most uprights. Also, it’s probably too wide to do stairs, so think and a handheld or smaller turbo attachment for that. If you need a low voltage hose, the beam I bought on Amazon was cheap. It was 102$ with gas pump style handle, pigtail cord, three way switch, push button lock, and it works fine. It’s light, but kinks something fierce. I’ll probably upgrade later.
The brush roller isn’t metal BTW, it’s not wood either. It’s very high quality plastic, better than anything I’ve seen. It’s a chevron style, single roll of bristles that channel towards the air inlet. I’ve noticed no scuffs on my pergo floors, but I’ve bumped the tar outta my baseboards and left scuffs so have a magic eraser handy. Also, eBay has good deals on central vac hose socks. Got a padded 35ft zipper sock for 18$ that helped with the kinking.
One last thing, to release handle from the upright position, press button and gentle lean handle forwards before pulling back. It’s a catch release, so when you lean it forwards first, it gives the catch inside room to disengage and drop. If your pulling back, you’re putting tension on the catch inside and it can’t release. I noticed a few folks mentioned trouble with the release and it seems like it’d be easy to break.
It seems like a good powehead if you aren’t planning on switching heights around, but unless I just got a bad unit, I would look elsewhere if that’s important to you.
Great suction, nice maneuverability (it's a bit awkward under furniture as you have to be mindful of the way it lays, bit it fits under my bed and dressers which I love).
Just be careful not to run over the cord. Other vacuums will simply roll over their cord but this will chew up the cord down to the wires (oops). Electrical tape to the rescue.
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It is really powerful and the levels can be changed for floors and carpets. Our carpets have never been as clean in decades!