Turbo Scrub review.
Turbo Scrub is a wireless accumulator scrubber which facilitates cleaning of the house. The official web site of a product - turboscrub.com which was for the first time registered in 2003 though the current product sold in this domain did not appear there until recently. The screenshot shows the official site below as it appeared in July, 2016.
Claims and features:
- It can be used with your favourite cleaners;
- 300 revolutions per minute;
- Indoors or in the open air;
- From 40 to 60 minutes of use on a charge.
Turbo Scrub costs 39,98$ $14,99. It includes a scrubber, three heads of a brush and the extender.
Original advertizing cost was 39,99 US dollars with free shipping, but for receiving a cone and plane paintbrushes there was a mezzanine board in the amount of 9,99 US dollars. Paintbrushes are included now, but the cost of delivery was added. In the current double sentence you receive the second set for only $14,99. In all orders the inexplicable board in the amount of 1 US dollar is added. There is a 60-day warranty of a refund. Turbo Scrub began to be unrolled in shops in November, 2016 approximately for 40 dollars.
What is unique in Turbo Scrub?
If you carry out search on the Internet for such terms as "the wireless cleaning brush" and "the recharged electrical paintbrush", you quickly learn that there are many other brands of changeable heads. Actually, during our researches we found almost identical 8-contact caseless covered / opened force scrubber on QVC.
While the majority of other options are not developed in the same way as Turbo Scrub, all of you will equally face in about tens of portable models changeable heads. If you already have a drill with the electric drive, you can even acquire separate heads for a brush which are attached in read seconds.
In comparison with these options whether there is something that obviously distinguishes Turbo Scrub from the competition? The vendor claims that he uses the NiCad 3,6 B battery which rotates on 300 rpm, but whether it will provide actual productivity?
The Turbo Scrub accumulator is how strong?
Important note. We did not test Turbo Scrub first-hand therefore what you will read here, is based on observations, researches and responses from such clients as you.
While nickel - the cadmic (NiCd) batteries found in Turbo Scrub take a decent step from one-time alkaline batteries, they are read a little outdated in the light of new types of batteries, such as nickel-metallgidrid (NiMH) and ion of lithium (Li-Ion). Nevertheless, battery NiCd, as a rule, offer more cycles of a charging / discharge therefore they, as a rule, are ideal for simple electronic devices.
Say to us that NiCd the Turbo Scrub accumulator selects 3,6 B powers for rotation of the brushes for 300 rpm. However, when we watched advertizing, the head, appear, did not rotate with a speed of 300 rpm during any demonstration. What raises a question: whether will lose Turbo Scrub the rotating force when it is clicked a solid object?
One of the most widespread complaints to ASOTV brushes for troughs with the replaceable heads (products, similar to Spin Spa), consists that their engines are insufficiently strong to continue rotation when plotting on a surface. Besides, we did not test Turbo Scrub directly so there is no method to learn whether you will test the same, but, perhaps, it is worth meaning.
Discard a hand, you pay much for Turbo Scrub?
Whether there will be Turbo Scrub "take operation from cleaning"?
When it comes to it, we don't doubt that power and interchangeable heads of Turbo Scrub can facilitate mild cleaning while the lengthening pole can help you to avoid a flexion on a lap or on a waist while the light design can be especially mild On your arthritis. The operating word here, according to us, is "mild" cleaning. What for?
Based on power reasons about which we spoke above, maybe, that Turbo Scrub doesn't rotate quickly enough as soon as it concerns a surface to remove much more, than a mild mud and a mud. Whether will bring it similar results in the form of rigid or abrasive cleaners? Whether they will cut the rigid, got stuck disorders? We need to wait until customer reviews begin to roll down to learn, but just let's tell that during the intermediate period we will have some doubts.
One more important factor which should be considered is that if you want to try Turbo Scrub, you will at once lose 15 US dollars (or more) in irretrievable collectings of S & H if you don't accept its productivity.
If it was our money what we would make (we are consumers too!)? We could look for locally for the similar systems of cleaning that could help you to avoid irreversible collectings of S & H. Besides, we could look for other products which could provide similar (or even the best) productivity for smaller money, such as bindings of boring tools, especially if you have rigid disorders for cleaning.
Unless Turbo Scrub kept the promises? Tell about the experience in the own review below!