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    Back in March 2004, My grandparents bought a Kirby Diamond Edition for $1500. The Kirby salespeople came knocking on their door and they let them in.

    Back in March 2004, My grandparents bought a Kirby Diamond Edition for $1500. The Kirby salespeople came knocking on their door and they let them in. My late grandparents both had Alzheimer's Disease and they were both in poor health. I was the one using the Kirby for cleaning their house once a week. They couldn't use it because it was way too heavy/way too complicated. They gave the Kirby to me in March 2005. I still have it and it still looks and runs great. By the way, Rainbow/Filter Queen/Aerus Electrolux/TriStar/Thermax uses the same sales practices as Kirby!

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    Re: Back in March 2004, My grandparents bought a Kirby Diamond Edition for $1500. The Kirby salespeople came knocking on their door and they let them

    Hmmmmm...Not sure where you want to go with this Rob.

    Kirbys are big, heavy vacuum cleaners. My Grandmother used to have one when I was very young. It was so noisy, that she traded up for a Hoover Dial A Matic upright. My grandfather then used the Kirby for cleaning his car. Because it was so noisy, it frightened me.

    My Mom had a Filter Queen canister for over 20 years. Today's Filter Queens are basically the same design as 50 years ago. She traded up to a Hoover Celebrity canister in the early 1980s, because she wanted the power tool for cleaning the carpets, which her vintage 1961 Filter Queen did not have. I inherited the Hoover and still use it today. It's probably one of the strongest horsepower canisters that Hoover ever built. And it was made in North Canton, Ohio, USA, not abroad.

    My other grandmother had a traditional Electrolux tank vacuum cleaner from the 1950s. When my grandparents died, my aunt took it. To my knowledge, she is still using it today.
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    Re: Back in March 2004, My grandparents bought a Kirby Diamond Edition for $1500. The Kirby salespeople came knocking on their door and they let them

    For $1500 it should suck more than floors.

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    Re: Back in March 2004, My grandparents bought a Kirby Diamond Edition for $1500. The Kirby salespeople came knocking on their door and they let them

    I love my kirby pickle.

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    Re: Back in March 2004, My grandparents bought a Kirby Diamond Edition for $1500. The Kirby salespeople came knocking on their door and they let them

    Some time in the early 80's we read a play where a Kirby vacuum cleaner was mentioned, and that they literally costed an arm and a leg. When you say they're $1500 just for one 10 years ago, I had no idea they were that expensive. We've had uprights since I was a kid, the first one we had a bag inside a bag suspended on a spring, and the motor was driven by a rubber ring belt. It was an awful smell when the belt got stuck and started burning. We had Hoover, Electrolux and Panasonic cleaners. I really dislike the Henry types, with the long tubular nozzle. Its so untidy to store. A neat little upright is just the job.


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    Re: Back in March 2004, My grandparents bought a Kirby Diamond Edition for $1500. The Kirby salespeople came knocking on their door and they let them

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    Re: Back in March 2004, My grandparents bought a Kirby Diamond Edition for $1500. The Kirby salespeople came knocking on their door and they let them

    These Diamond Kirbies must be really special for that price
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    Re: Back in March 2004, My grandparents bought a Kirby Diamond Edition for $1500. The Kirby salespeople came knocking on their door and they let them

    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    These Diamond Kirbies must be really special for that price
    They are. They attract suckers.

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    Re: Back in March 2004, My grandparents bought a Kirby Diamond Edition for $1500. The Kirby salespeople came knocking on their door and they let them

    I heard that Rob, it reminds me of when I bought Kylie Minogue's 'Best Of' album, available on iTunes.

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    Re: Back in March 2004, My grandparents bought a Kirby Diamond Edition for $1500. The Kirby salespeople came knocking on their door and they let them

    Quote Originally Posted by Adrock-JD View Post
    For $1500 it should suck more than floors.
    Oh they do. Believe me.

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