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Makita 446LX Review
|Missing Some Features|
|4 Years Old|
|£295 Over 2 Years|
Why Has it Scored 30?
Numatic vacuums have excellent reviews in general.
It is over 2 years old and it is likely that newer, better vacuum cleaners are available. View the latest vacuum cleaners 2017.
This vacuum cleaner has running costs of £295 over 2 years, which puts it in the most expensive 18% of all 23 vacuum cleaners that we have compared it to.
It is missing some features:
Makita 446LX In-Depth Analysis
The Makita 446LX's weight of 10kg is in the heaviest 5% of all vacuums when ranked by this feature. The average weight of all vacuum cleaners is 5.9kg, with the lightest being 3.2g and the heaviest being 30kg.
Quite 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. The Makita 446LX has one of the highest maximum input powers (2,400 Watts) amongst vacuum cleaners of this age.
Quite Quiet Noise Level
The noise level of the Makita 446LX of only 59dB is very quiet compared to most other vacuum cleaners. It is in the quietest 2% of all vacuum cleaners when ranked by this feature. The average noise level of all vacuum cleaners is 77dB, with the quietest being 7.5dB and the loudest being 91dB.
Released Over Four Years Ago
Makita released the 446LX in April 2013.
Very High Running Costs
Based on average energy prices and usage levels we estimate that the 2 year running cost of the 446LX is £295, which is in the most expensive 18% of all 23 vacuums.