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Philips FC932 Vacuum Cleaner

750W Cylinder Vacuum Dry 4.5kg Aug 2014
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Full PerformanceLess energy consumptionThe new Philips PowerPro Compact delivers full cleaning performance on all hard floors, thanks to the PowerCyclone 4 technology and the dedicated hard floors... More
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4 Reasons For

Light

At only 4.5 kilograms, the Philips FC932 is fairly light compared to most of the other vacuum cleaners that were launched more than two years ago. Vacuum cleaners of a comparable type and age to the FC932 have weights of between 660g and 14kg.

If you would consider a vacuum cleaner with a heavier weight then you might want to look at the AEG Aptica ATT 7920 (6.6kg and cheaper), the Dirt Devil M3310 (5.3kg and cheaper), or the Nilfisk VP300 (5.2kg and cheaper).

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Philips Has Good Reviews for Its Vacuums

Vacuum cleaners made by Philips have an average rating of 73 out of 100, which is in the top 87% of all vacuum cleaner manufacturers that we have assessed.

Narrow

At only 285 millimeters, the Philips FC932 is quite narrow compared to most of the other medium maximum input power vacuum cleaners that were launched around the same time as the FC932. The narrowest vacuum of this spec and age is 150mm wide and the widest is 1,400mm.

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Very Short

The average height of medium maximum input power vacuum cleaners that have been available for a similar time to the FC932 is 520mm. With a height of only 238 millimeters, the Philips FC932 is fairly short compared to most of the other similar spec vacuum cleaners that are a comparable age to the FC932.

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10 Reasons Against

Does Not Have a Brush Tool

The Philips FC932 does not have a brush tool. Most of the other vacuum cleaners of this age and type also do not have a brush tool.

We compared this vacuum to all the other vacuum cleaners with a brush tool and we think the AEG Aptica ATT 7920 which is also cheaper is also worth considering.

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Very Low Vacuum Suction

The vacuum suctions of medium maximum input power vacuum cleaners that have been on the market for a similar time to the FC932 range from 14kPa to 210kPa, and the average vacuum suction is 47kPa. The Philips FC932 has one of the lower vacuum suctions (only 17.4 kilopascals) amongst medium maximum input power vacuum cleaners of this age.

If you want a vacuum with a higher vacuum suction then you might want to look at the AquaVac Excell 30 (20kPa and higher rated); or the Einhell TE-VC 1820 (18kPa and cheaper).

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Very Small Operating Radius

The operating radii of similar spec vacuum cleaners that have been available for more than two years range from 5m to 89m, and the average operating radius is 12m. With an operating radius of only 8 meters, the Philips FC932 has a fairly small operating radius compared to most of the other comparable spec vacuums that were released more than two years ago.

Vacuums with a bigger operating radius that might also be worth considering include the Siemens VS06C (9m and cheaper).

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Very Short Cable Length

Across all the medium maximum input power vacuum cleaners that came out more than two years ago the cable lengths range from 5m to 8m, and the average cable length is 6.2m. With a cable length of only 5 meters, the Philips FC932 has one of the shorter cable lengths amongst vacuum cleaners of this age.

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Not Cordless

Most medium maximum input power vacuum cleaners that have been on the market for more than two years are not cordless. The Philips FC932 is no exception to this as it too is not cordless.

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Quite Short Cord Length

The shortest cord length of vacuums of this spec and age is 2.5m, the longest is 15m, and the average cord length is 7.3m. The Philips FC932 has a fairly short cord length (only 5 meters) compared to most of the other vacuum cleaners of a similar age and spec to the FC932.

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Very Small Dust Capacity

The smallest dust capacity of vacuum cleaners that have been around for a similar time to the FC932 is 0.5L, the largest is 32L, and the average dust capacity is 5.4L. At only 1.5 liters, the Philips FC932 has a fairly small dust capacity compared to most of the other similar spec vacuums that were released more than two years ago.

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Quite Low Airflow Rate

Across all the comparable spec vacuums that were launched more than two years ago the airflow rate range from 42l/min to 4,100l/min, and the average airflow rate is 2,300l/min. The Philips FC932 has a fairly low airflow rate (only 1,704 liter per minute) compared to most of the other vacuum cleaners of this age and spec.

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Only One Nozzle

The Philips FC932 is a one nozzle vacuum. Most of the other similar spec vacuum cleaners that are a comparable age to the FC932 have between one and five nozzles.

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Only E Carpet Cleaning Performance Class

The Philips FC932 has an E carpet cleaning performance class which is better than the D carpet cleaning performance class found on most medium maximum input power vacuum cleaners that were released more than two years ago. Comparable spec vacuum cleaners that came out around the same time as the FC932 carpet cleaning performance classes range from F to A.

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3 Other reasons to consider the Philips FC932

Average Noise Level

With a noise level of 79 decibels, the Philips FC932 has a relatively typical noise level compared to most of the other vacuums of this age and type.

If you would consider a vacuum with a louder noise level then you might want to look at the Nilfisk VP300 (69dB), or the AEG Aptica ATT 7920 (82dB) which is also cheaper.

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Dry Cleaning Type

The cleaning type of this vacuum is Dry, which is the most commonly supported cleaning type on vacuum cleaners that are a comparable age to it.

We compared all the other Dry vacuum cleaners to this vacuum cleaner and we think a cheaper vacuum such as the Dyson DC42, and the AEG Aptica ATT 7920 or you might consider a higher rated vacuum such as the Numatic NRV200 are also worth considering.

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Released Over Two Years Ago

This Philips vacuum has been on the market for over two years.

Specification

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Maximum Input Power
Energy Efficiency Class
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Type
Dust Container
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Wheels Material
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Colour
Tube Material
Tube Part
Performance
Cleaning Type
Vacuum Suction
Operating Radius
Noise Level
Intended Use
Air Filtering
Airflow Rate
Hard Floor Cleaning Performance Class
Carpet Cleaning Performance Class
Dust Re-Emission Class
Cleaning Surface
Floor Surface
Airflow Rate
EPA Class
Ergonomics
Cord Length
Weight & Dimensions
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Package Weight
Packaging Content
Nozzle
Other Features
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Technical Details
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Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers fc932509, fc932209
Barcodes 08710103690368, 08710103690375, 08710103690382, 08710103690399, 08710103690405, 08710103690412, 08710103690436, 08710103713432, 08710103723875, 08710103736936, 08710103740964, 68710103740928, 68710103740942
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