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It sucks. It agitates. And that’s why it’s awesome. Put simply, Tandem Air Technology combines two types of clean into one machine.

The Nitty Gritty Details

You know when you’re watching a movie and you suddenly understand the title? This is that part. Most vacuums either have a clean air motor or a direct air motor.

Clean air is like a tornado. It sucks the air through the filter, bringing dirt along with it.

Direct air is like an earthquake. It agitates carpet fibers, releasing dirt particles.

We have both, and they work together — or, in tandem. (Ha, see?). As the direct air motor shimmies and shakes up all the dirt deep down, the clean air motor lifts it up and out, for a level of clean you’ve never seen. Plus, it creates amazing suction for powerful attachment tools.

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Test Drive These Beauties

Tandem Air Technology is exclusive to Simplicity Synergy and Synchrony uprights, and some models of the new Wonder canisters. Now that you’ve gotten the scoop, get your hands on one and see its exceptional cleaning power, advanced filtration and convenient on-board tools for yourself.

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