With the Dibea F6 and Dibea C17 we already had two battery-powered vacuum cleaners with integrated hand vacuum cleaner in the test. We have not yet stumbled upon the Pooda brand, because at first glance prices appear so favourable that we assume they are not very absorbent. In fact, the opposite is true. If you don’t mind the cable, take a closer look at the Pooda D9 vacuum cleaner.
The bagless Dibea battery-powered vacuum cleaners were convincing in the tests because of their very good price-performance ratio. However, the resemblance to the British colleagues of Dyson could not be denied. The Pooda D9 is also optically positioned in the Dyson clone range, but could be an extremely cost-effective alternative. Here, however, it is important to ensure that the suction cup works with a cable.
Like the Dibea vacuum cleaners, the 2.5 kg Pooda D9 also works according to the plug-in system, so that the individual parts can be quickly and easily plugged together and disassembled. So you only need a few handles to turn the long handle vacuum cleaner into a hand vacuum cleaner. This is especially useful if you want to absorb small amounts of dirt, dust or the crumbs on the sofa. For this purpose, there is a handle at the rear end, which is used to switch on the vacuum cleaner. The teat is made of plastic. How good the workmanship is, first experience reports must show.
What makes the suction cup, measuring 31.0 x 20.7 x 10.0 cm, interesting in addition to the optical advantages: The small built-in motor rotates 32,000 times per minute with a suction power of 12000 pa. The dust chamber, with a size of 0.7 l, is also large enough not to have to be emptied when the rooms are cleaned more intensively. A minus point is the operating volume of 71 dB, which is thus higher than the normal room volume (60 dB) and can cause interference.
The Pooda D9 vacuum cleaner is definitely an interesting vacuum cleaner, its only obvious disadvantage apart from the high volume is the 4.9 meter long cable. However, if the suction power and rotation specifications are correct in practice, we have to deal with a quite good and practical vacuum cleaner. What is your opinion: Does the cable disturb you?