Thomas is one of the better rated vacuum cleaner manufacturers according to average reviews from experts and owners, and Thomas also has good reviews for its high maximum input power vacuums.
Weight & Dimensions
At 6 kilograms, the Thomas Power Pack 1620 has a relatively standard weight compared to most of the other high maximum input power vacuums that have been on the market for more than two years.
Released Over Four Years Ago
This Thomas vacuum was released in October 2012.
Has an Upholstery Nozzle Included
The Power Pack 1620 has an upholstery nozzle included. Most of the other comparable spec vacuums that have been on the market for more than two years also have an upholstery nozzle included.
Has a Crevice Tool
The Power Pack 1620 has a crevice tool, as do most of the other high maximum input power vacuums that were launched around the same time as this vacuum.
Supports Variable Power
The Power Pack 1620 supports variable power, as do most of the other similar spec vacuum cleaners that have been on the market for around the same time as this vacuum cleaner.
1,600 Watt Maximum Input Power
This is a 1,600 Watt vacuum.
We compared this vacuum cleaner to all the other 1,600W vacuums and we think because of its better review score, the Sebo Airbelt D2 (£208.95) is also worth considering.
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Thomas Power Pack 1620 Review Sources
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