Kobold VB100, the First Cordless Vacuum Cleaner with Filter Bag

The first Kobold cordless vacuum cleaner is the only one on the market with a filter bag that retains 99.9% allergy-inducing particles

In an increasingly hectic world, practicality and performance are fundamental even when it comes to cleaning. The highest cleaning performance have to include complete hygiene: this is how Kobold VB100 was born, the only cordless vacuum cleaner on the market equipped with a filter bag and the first certified by TÜV Nord for allergy sufferers.

This is the distinctive feature of the VB100, which makes it an innovative model on the market. Vorwerk has succeeded where competitors failed, combining the extraordinary function of the filter bag with the convenience of the battery-powered vacuum cleaner. The combined action of the device and the filter bag, which has a volume of 0.8 liters, makes it possible to capture and retain 99.9% of allergenic particles as small as 0.3 microns. Thanks to the easily replaceable bag, dust and mites will not be reintroduced into the environment while emptying the container – a solution that users who have chosen wireless models have been forced to give up.

Kobold VB100 is equipped with two lithium-ion batteries with an autonomy of 80 minutes. They can be removed and recharged separately and have a 2-year warranty.

The independently controlled double motor ensures excellent cleaning performance for all types of surfaces and dirt, thanks to 9 different combinations of use depending on your needs.

Not only does the new VB100 stand out for its excellent cleaning performance, its tall and slim shape and its minimal design have earned it the Red Dot Design Award 2019, one of the world’s most important design awards. [Giuseppe D’Orsi]

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