Blog posts of '2019' 'November'

[TIPS] 5样必买的圣诞礼物!

圣诞节转眼间又快到了!你是不是开始紧张要准备一份实用又温馨的礼物给你的家人和爱人呢?那你就不可以错过小编今天为你筛选的圣诞礼物—家电篇!

给爱人:吹风筒

吹风筒是每个家庭的必备小家电之一,所以圣诞节送上一个精美又实用的吹风筒给你爱的她,一定没错啦! 现在的吹风筒种类繁多,你可以选择有负离子的吹风筒,这类型的吹风筒会让女孩爱不释手。负离子吹风筒主要是装置了负离子发生器,可以在实用时产生负离子,让头发带有正电荷,从而抚平乱发,使其服帖,顺滑易打理。所以选择这款的吹风筒,绝对没错啦!

推荐品牌:Dyson, Panasonic

给妈妈:吸尘器

吸尘器也绝对也是个适合的圣诞礼物。吸层器方便又省时,有了它,妈妈打扫房子不再困难!所以想要买一份有意义的圣诞礼物给妈妈,可以考虑吸尘器!吸尘器分为桶式吸尘器、卧式吸尘器、立式吸尘器及杆式吸尘器。你可以凭着妈妈平时打扫时遇到的烦恼来决定哪款吸尘器适合她哦!例如:如果妈妈平时烦恼地上或地毯上的毛发很难打理,你可以购买杆式吸尘器,既轻巧又方便。如果说妈妈想要一架可以干湿皆宜的吸尘器,你可以考虑WET & DRY吸尘器,让你的妈妈可以一物二用哦!

推荐品牌:KARCHER, DYSON, ELECTROLUX

给爸爸:音响

 

小编会建议送给爸爸最佳的圣诞礼物是一套音响哦!平日里爸爸在外打拼,家里是最舒服最放松的避风港,那如果有一套音响在家里,让爸爸一边享受音乐,一边休息,是不是很美好呢?音响是一个体差异最大的家电,是需要仔细聆听来比较好坏的。你必须使用看音响品质适不适合用于你家的空间,一边达到更好的音质效果。音响的种类基本上分为家庭影院 (以欣赏音效为主)、HIFI发烧音响 (以欣赏音质和声场为主)、组合音响 (多以微型为主,兼顾方便携带和摆设空间为主)和电脑音响(以电脑外设为主)。所以如果想要送一套音响给爸爸,你必须先了解他的喜好,再决定哪款适合。

推荐品牌:SONY, SAMSUNG, JBL

给长辈:空气净化器

给长辈最好的圣诞礼物莫过于一台空气净化器了。现在的空气污染日渐严重,常常导致家中的长辈吸入不干净空气而导致生病。所以一台好的空气净化器绝对可以保障他们的健康。要怎样挑选对的空气净化器呢?第一、你需要看环境大小,来决定选择对的空气净化器。因为每台空气净化器覆盖的范围不一样,一定要选择可以覆盖长辈们的日常范围为主的空气净化器,较为适合!第二、你需要了解空气净化器的滤网结构,是否容易拆洗,需要多久更换滤网,以便达到更好的效果。

推荐品牌:SHARP, PANASONIC

给弟妹或朋友:厨房小家电

如果你想要送一份圣诞礼物给弟妹或朋友,那你可以考虑厨房小家电如微波炉、电炉、搅拌机、气压锅等等。这些小家电都是生活上不可缺少的小家电,可以为大家带来更省时省力。所以,选择一份既使用又精美的,绝对是厨房小家电了。

推荐品牌: PANASONIC, KHIND, TEFAL

 

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[TIPS] How to Choose the Best Vacuum Cleaner

There are so many different types of vacuum cleaners on the market that it can be confusing to decide how to choose a vacuum cleaner that best fits your needs. 

 

Below are some criteria before buying a new vacuum cleaner :

1) Vacuum Cleaner Performance

 

You will certainly want to evaluate the performance, or cleaning ability, of the vacuum cleaners you are considering. While this requires evaluating a range of vacuum cleaner specifications, the most important are water lift (or sealed) suction and airflow.

Many manufacturers tout the watts or amps of their vacuum cleaners. These rate the power of the vacuum motor, and years of marketing vacuums this way has let “power” become confused with “performance.” Watts and amps tell you how much electrical power the vacuum cleaner’s motor uses, not how much suction power  the machine creates for picking up dirt and soil. For that, you need to know the vacuum’s suction. In fact, motor power ratings really don’t mean much at all. A 10-amp motor can create more suction power than a 12-amp motor, if it’s designed to be more efficient.

The key ratings are airflow and sealed suction.

2) Filtration

Customer often overlooked the element of cleaning ability. If a vacuum cleaner does not offer high levels of filtration, these fine particles can simply go right through the vacuum cleaner and back to the room air, where they settle as dust.

Most quality vacuum cleaners will do an adequate job of filtering the air the leaves the machine. But if anyone in your home suffers from allergies, asthma or any other health condition that is impacted by fine particles or allergens in the indoor air, a high filtration or HEPA filtration vacuum cleaner is strongly recommended.

HEPA stands for High Efficiency Particulate Air. A HEPA filter must remove 99.97% of all particles as small as 0.3 microns in size from the air that passes through it. This is the standard “best” filtration method for residential applications.

The phrase “as small as” is important because it designates that if all the particles were 0.3 microns in size, the filter would still have 99.97% efficiency. The term “down to 0.3 microns in size” does not refer to the same filtration performance as it may refer to a mixture of particle sizes for the stated efficiency.

HEPA is used primarily in the United States. In Europe, companies generally refer to the same filter as an S-Class filter and some manufacturers, like SEBO, use the terminology here. Like HEPA filters, S-Class filters must remove 99.97% of all particles as small as 0.3 microns in size from the air that passes through them.

 

3) Quality and Durability

The quality of your vacuum cleaner is also important and will determine whether your vacuum cleaner will be replaced in a year or two or will last for many years and even decades.

When evaluating durability, look at the quality of the construction. Look for solid components of good quality as opposed to flimsy or brittle appearing materials. Look for good fit and finish without rough edges. The seals should be heavy duty and components that open and close should do so with a nice solid feel.

 

Another indication of quality and durability can also be partially determined by the length and specifics of the warranty. Look for longer warranties, especially on the motor.

 

4) Ease of Use

No matter how great a vacuum cleaner might be in terms of specifications, it must be easy for you to use. Think about what you don't like about your current vacuum cleaner and look for a new one that eliminates those problems.

Consider whether you have any specific issues concerning weight or personal preferences concerning uprights versus canister vacuum cleaners. If there are specific reasons for buying a new vacuum cleaner, remember to be sure that your new one provides solutions to these cleaning challenges.

 

5) Noise Level

Noise is also a significant consideration. Some vacuum cleaners can be so noisy that they're almost unbearable to use. Many good vacuum cleaners can operate at levels that are quite comfortable and will allow you to hear the phone or doorbell ring quite easily.

The amount of noise a vacuum makes while operating is rated in decibels (dB). To give you some idea, a conversation at home is rated at 50dB, a garbage disposal at 80 dB and a motorcycle or lawnmower at 100 dB.  Extremely quiet vacuum cleaners can operate at decibel levels in the mid-60s while cleaners in the 70-77 dB range are still relatively quiet compared to the vacuum cleaner you grew up with.

 

6) Capacity

The capacity of a vacuum cleaner relates to the size of the dust bag or cup. The bigger it is, the less often it needs to be changed.

If you have a large home means that you’ll have greater amounts of soil to remove. In this case, consider a full-sized vacuum cleaner. This way, you won't have the inconvenience of constantly changing the bag or emptying the cup.

 

7) Accessory

All quality vacuum cleaners come with a set of come with a set of accessory tools that cover most floor and above-floor vacuuming needs. But there are some jobs that need special tools and some tools that just make the job easier and the availability of add-on accessory tools will extend the utility and, often, improve the performance of your vacuum cleaner.

Take the flexible crevice tool, for example. The standard crevice tool works great for most needs, but it can’t reach around corners or behind appliances. The flexible crevice tool can. It’s longer than a standard crevice tool and has nozzle that gently bends to reach behind furniture and appliances and get into hard to reach corners.