Deal of the week: Panasonic eco vacuum cleanerBuy the Panasonic Eco Max vacuum cleaner for less

25 January 2011

Panasonic Eco Max vacuum cleaner

Deal of the week: Panasonic Eco Max vacuum cleaner

Which? has been scouring the web this week for the best online deals on the Panasonic Eco Max upright vacuum cleaner.

If you're looking for a new vacuum cleaner and like the idea of an energy-saving model to help shave some pennies off your electricity bills, then this upright Eco Max vacuum cleaner could be a good choice for you.

We've found it for £130 this week at Amazon, knocking £50 off the RRP. Add the Super Saver delivery option to your basket to get it delivered within the UK free of charge.

Before you buy: our shows you all you need to know.

Panasonic energy-saving vacuum cleaner

Design is just as important as wattage when it comes to vacuum cleaners - and a vacuum cleaner doesn't necessarily have to use a lot of energy to clean well. When we put this Panasonic model through its paces in the Which? lab - you can read the - we found it to be more energy efficient than the average upright vacuum cleaner we test.

Read more vacuum cleaner reviews, including the latest Dyson, Miele and Hoover models, to find out which cylinders and uprights received a Best Buy seal of approval and are worth parting with your cash for - as well as the poor-performing Don't Buy vacs we recommend you steer clear of.

Deal of the week

Spotted it for less elsewhere? Found a great bargain on a vacuum cleaner? Let us know - email with the details and we'll update this page.

As well as vacuum cleaners, we also have a range of First Look reviews of handheld vacuum cleaners and stick vacuum cleaners.

All prices correct as of 5pm, 25 January 2011.

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