Lidl succeeds with its Dyson vacuum cleaner for less than 150 euros

    For less than 130 euros, Lidl sells a cordless vacuum cleaner with a multitude of accessories reminiscent of the highest-end

    Lidl continues his business: after mobile, kitchen robot, headphones and loudspeakers, now it is the turn of vacuum cleaners. Lidl has put on sale (and sold out in a very short time) a cordless vacuum cleaner that is reminiscent of those made by brands like Dyson and that cost much more money.

    The Lidl Grundig vacuum cleaner costs just 130 euros and includes accessories to clean the corners or to remove pet hair from household furniture. It also includes a wall charging bracket, so it can stay upright when not in use.

    Grundig is a widely known German brand that perhaps in Spain does not have as many users, but the quality of its products is at least up to par.

    The vacuum cleaner

    Unfortunately, buying one of the technological devices that Lidl sells every day is more complicated. The vacuum cleaner has already been sold out on the web and it is very difficult to find it in the store, so if you are interested, you will have to wait for the next shipment.

    It is not clear if in the restocking, it will continue with the same offer with which Lidl has launched this product. On the web, it appears that the standard price of the Grundig vacuum cleaner is 199 euros, although with an offer, Lidl has left it at only 127 euros.

    In the absence of more tech products from Lidl, the euphoria over its latest launches seems to be endless and goes beyond technology. Lidl’s clothing line is right now one of the favorite whims of fashion addicts and its trainers, which were sold in stores for 20 euros, are reaching exorbitant prices on all second-hand sales platforms.

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