Lightweight and easily manoeuvrable, the UL7 series of Eco Max Light Vacuum Cleaners from Panasonic make cleaning easy! A tighter turn allows you to clean every corner and the flat reclining body...
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The cleaning type of the this vacuum is Dry, which is the most commonly supported cleaning type on vacuum cleaners of a comparable age and spec to it.
With a depth of only 280 millimeters, the MC-UL712KP47 is one of the shallower similar spec vacuums that were released around the same time as the MC-UL712KP47 amongst medium maximum input power vacuum cleaners of this age. The shallowest vacuum of this age and type is 120mm deep and the deepest is 560mm.
3 Reasons Against
Does Not Have a Brush Tool
The Panasonic MC-UL712KP47 does not have a brush tool, although keep in mind that most of the other vacuums of this age and spec also do not have a brush tool.
Quite Low Suction Power
The MC-UL712KP47 has one of the lower suction power (only 200 Watts) amongst comparable spec vacuums of this age. The lowest suction power of comparable spec vacuum cleaners that have been around for more than a year is 78W and the highest is 800W.
Most comparable spec vacuum cleaners that came out around the same time as the MC-UL712KP47 are not cordless. The MC-UL712KP47 is no exception to this as it too is not cordless.
3 Other reasons to consider the Panasonic MC-UL712KP47
At 5.8 kilograms, the MC-UL712KP47 has a relatively average weight compared to most of the other medium maximum input power vacuum cleaners that have been around for a similar time to the MC-UL712KP47.
Vacuums with a heavier weight that might be worth considering include the ZUOALLFLR (5.8kg), or the ZUOORIGWR+ (5.8kg) both from Electrolux or the TriStar SZ-2135 (£66.99) (5.8kg).
Released Over a Year Ago
This vacuum has been on the market for over a year.
Average Operating Radius
With an operating radius of 8 meters, the MC-UL712KP47 has a relatively standard operating radius compared to most of the other vacuums of this type and age.