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Necchi Rotea Review
|Missing Some Features|
|4 Years Old|
|£393 Over 10 Years|
Why Has it Scored 31?
Numatic vacuums have excellent reviews in general.
It is over 2 years old and it is likely that newer, better vacuums are available. View the latest vacuum cleaners 2017.
This vacuum cleaner has running costs of £393 over 10 years, which puts it in the most expensive 17% of all 1,561 vacuum cleaners that we have compared it to.
It is missing some features:
Necchi Rotea In-Depth Analysis
Quite High Maximum Input Power
The Necchi Rotea has one of the higher maximum input powers (1,600 Watt) amongst vacuums of this age. Across all the vacuums the maximum input powers range from 3.6W to 8,600W, and the average maximum input power is 1,100W.
Average Suction Power
The suction power of the Necchi Rotea of 280W is relatively standard compared to most other vacuum cleaners. It is in the highest 42% of all vacuum cleaners when sorted by this feature.
Has an Upholstery Nozzle Included
The Necchi Rotea has an upholstery nozzle included, which is unusual. 76% of vacuums do not have an upholstery nozzle included.
Has a Hard Floor Brush
The Necchi Rotea has a hard floor brush. 78% of vacuums do not have a hard floor brush.
Released Over Four Years Ago
Necchi released the Rotea in March 2013.
Very High Running Costs
The average 10 year running cost of the Rotea is £393 based on average usage levels and energy prices, which makes it one of the most expensive to run vacuums.