Just a few years ago, cordless vacuum cleaners were considered an unaffordable luxury item for the masses. This was not least due to the fact that pioneer Dyson determined the market with its V series and charged correspondingly high prices. Over time, however, the British company got a lot of competition, which exerted massive pressure, especially from the Far East. Even today, it is the great price-performance ratio that makes more customers turn to alternatives like Redroad. Redroad offers two of its cordless vacuum cleaners at an even lower price just in time for Black Friday. We’ll give you a brief introduction to the Redroad V17 and V17 Lite.
In our test, the Redroad V17 scored particularly well with one thing – its price-performance ratio. It is quite amazing what you get here for your money. The cordless vacuum cleaner not only shines with a chic look and high build quality. On top of that, it is very easy to use. Thanks to its maneuverable design, you can easily send it from A to B in your home. It even takes sharp curves with ease. The display is also really cool, showing you not only the current suction mode, but also the remaining battery level.
In practice, on top of that, you quickly learn to love the flexibility of the Redroad V17. After all, it comes from the factory with various attachments that allow it to be used not only as a classic vacuum cleaner for all kinds of floors. It can also be turned into a compact handheld vacuum cleaner at the touch of a button, which can also be used to vacuum the car or the couch. For Black Friday, you can secure the Redroad V17 at Media Markt (190.00 euros), Otto (189.99 euros) and Amazon (194.39 euros) at a discounted price. If you’re looking for an inexpensive Dyson alternative, you’ve come to the right place.
Redroad V17 Lite
Those who can be satisfied with a little less scope of delivery and a longer battery charging time should take a look at the Lite version of the V17. Although the epithet may suggest that this is a slimmed-down version of the Redroad V17, this is not the case. Here you get just as strong 26,500 Pascal suction power along with a modern double-roller design. Weight, dimensions and LCD display also match the standard version.
But there are other small but subtle differences besides the slightly smaller scope of delivery. For one, there’s the design. The Redroad V17 Lite does not come in the noble white. Instead, the company relies on a mixture of gray and black, which might even be more appealing to some. You can also get the Redroad V17 Lite at a low price during Blick Friday. At Otto, you pay 175.99 euros for the Lite version, and at Amazon 169.99 euros.