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OPI Nail Polish Co-Lab with Electrolux

Media Release
September 2014


OPI Nail Polish Co-Lab with Electrolux
THE ELECTROLUX ERGORAPIDO GETS GIRLY WITH A LIMITED EDITION PINK VACCUM, OUT NOW!

Who says vaccuming has to be boring? The Electrolux Third Generation Ergorapido gets even better as it announces a co-lab with OPI Nail Polish to bring a very limited edition vacuum in a specially created shade, Princesses Rule.

Already available in four fashion trending colours;
Watermelon Red, Tungsten, Clear Blue and Snow White – the third generation of New Zealand’s bestselling stick vacuum boasts new innovative features that deliver improved cleaning results while maintaining the versatile benefits of a sophisticated 2-in-1 floor and furniture cleaner.

OPI have specially created a unique shade for the Ergorapido, and each purchase includes a bottle of this special shade.

Engineered with a new vastly more powerful motor fan in combination with a redesigned nozzle head, the Third Generation Ergorapdio’s deliver faster, more powerful suction, while its 180 degree swivel nozzle and larger rear wheels deliver improved manoeuvrability.

Perfect for cleaning shelves and upholstery, the new stainless steel fronted detachable hand held vacuum reaches all tricky places, while the new improved BrushRollClean technology now offers a 50% larger coned pleated filter, ensuring tangled dirt and fibres are cut off and removed easily!

With airbrushed metallic inlays, new streamline contours and see-through nozzle panels and dust container, this new range of Ergorapido vacuums are a stylish addition to any home no matter where it’s placed!

ELECTROLUX PRINCESSES RULE ERGORAPDIO: $399.95
Available from October 1 for a strictly limited time

STOCKIST DETAILS: This limited edition product is available at Farmers, Harvey Normans, Smiths City and Noel Leemings.

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