Best crb for residential

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  1. dekeil

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    Looking for best deal on tm3 CRB 10inch
    I would like to know how much they weight?
    I have the 20inch CRB but a little too much for residential sometimes
    Maybe I need the 15inch CRB ?
    Thoughts, please which way to go.

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    I like my little 10" for residential because it's easy to use on stairs. I'd say it weighs close to 30 lbs or so, maybe a little less. I bought mine from Erik Hiltz who makes the zipper wand for $1850+Free Shipping


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    For residential 20" too big in between furniture,
    10" many times too small on empty rooms or big residential like most of my customers,
    So I have a 15" after 5 years I can not complaint to have it.
    JMO
     
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    I have the 20" Brush Pro for commercial and a HOST machine (T-6) for residential. You can use it on steps too, very lightweight and durable.

    The thing I like about the HOST machine is that it has a metal "grate" that catches most of the pet hair and debris rather than spewing it out on the carpet and having to pick it up with the vac hose.
     
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    sebo duo works very well
     
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    I think the Brush Pro and others dig deeper than the sebo but still a nice machine

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    I really like the 15 in . CRB a great all around tool . The 20 in. is great but it locks you into large open areas mostly . Either way it transforms your work to another level and gives you great results.
     
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    I can sell you a 10" at a great price but I try to talk people out of it. Not a fan of 20" either unless used for commercial. To me 15" is perfect.






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    Just bought the 20" betco brush pro. So far really like it the weight isn't bad. Funny looks exactly like the one from truck mount. Must be made by the same company.


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    I have a sebo...could be a little heavier but
    Only cost 500$
    Goes under and around furniture..weighs 13 lbs
    No excuse for not taking it upstairs.....anything over 30 lbs. would talk me out of taking upstairs..
     

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