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Dirt Devil Versa Power Clean Stick Vacuum, SD20010
Powered by Frooition About us Contact us Shipping Returns Payments Upright VacuumsStick VacuumsHandheld VacuumsCanister VacuumsSteam CleanersRefurbished Vacuums Dirt Devil Versa Power Clean Stick Vacuum, SD20010 Item Description SD20010 2 in 1 Hand & Stick Vac Bagless Design Lightweight - Weighs Less than 5 Pounds Easy Empty Dirt Cup 16' Cord Dirt Devil Versa Power Clean Stick Vacuum, SD20010 Description Description Designed for the way you live! This innovative stick vac is perfect for rugs and hard floors, and it converts easily to a hand vac. Just detach the nozzle & handle tube from the hand vac and you are ready for dust, dirt and crumbs on furniture, counters, shelves, upholstery and drapes. An on-board crevice tools allows you to reach around furniture, in tight spaces in corners, and along the edges. The lightweight design lets you move the vacuum from room to room and up and down stairs. It's smart, bagless design is easy to empty. About Us About Us Get To Know Us It all started at a backyard garage in Cleveland, Ohio. Phillip A. Geier created one of the world's first vacuum cleaner companies, the P. A. Geier Company in 1905. They crafted metal cleaners by hand for years. As the company grew, so did their operation. They soon launched two divisions. While they loved making vacuums the most, they also had a knack for mixers, hair dryers and washing machines. By the time World War II came around, P.A. Geier rolled up their sleeves to join manufacturing companies across the country switching over to military production. In 1953, P.A. Geier was bought up by the Walter E. Schott Organization. The Schotts renamed the company Royal Appliance Manufacturing. But they weren't absolutely committed and decided to dissolve Royal just as soon as they got it. A group of Royal employees headed by Stan Erbor wanted a shot at the company in 1954. He got it, and the company thrived under his leadership, expanding all phases of operations in 1969. Erbor was active in the...