AEG CX7-30IW Review
|12 Months Old|
|£540 Over 10 Years|
Why Has it Scored 63?
Numatic vacuums have excellent reviews in general.
With it being less than a year since it was released by AEG, this vacuum features some of the latest vacuum technology. View the latest vacuums 2017.
It has running costs of £540 over 10 years, which puts it in the most expensive 5% of all 1,561 vacuum cleaners that we have compared it to.
This vacuum cleaner has some good features, but is also missing a few features:
Fairly high maximum input power
AEG CX7-30IW In-Depth Analysis
AEG Has Very Good Vacuum Reviews
Based on 616 expert and user reviews (including 327 verified purchases), AEG has very good reviews for its vacuum cleaners. 90% of those that bought a AEG vacuum cleaner would recommend the product that they bought to other buyers.
Value For Money
Mediocre Value for Money
The product has good features and is under a year old but at £189.95 it is more expensive than 74% of vacuums.
Vacuums have weights of between 2.7g and 30kg, and the average weight is 5.9kg. The weight of the CX7-30IW of only 3.2kg is quite light compared to most other vacuums. It is in the lightest 11% of all vacuums when ranked by this feature.
Fairly High Maximum Input Power
Vacuums have maximum input powers of between 3.6W and 8,600W, and the average maximum input power is 1,100W. With a maximum input power of 2,200 Watts, the AEG CX7-30IW has one of the higher maximum input powers amongst vacuums of this age.
Supports Variable Power
The AEG CX7-30IW supports variable power, unlike 70% of vacuums which do not support variable power.
Released 12 Months Ago
This vacuum has been on the market since August 2016.
High Running Costs
Based on alright usage levels and energy prices we estimate that the CX7-30IW will cost £540 over 10 years to run, which makes it one of the less economic to run vacuums.
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