Walmart (WMT) has launched a new commercial vacuum line that is designed to save consumers money, but may also get a little attention for its “Power Vacuums” brand.
The $35 Power Vacuum line includes a 12-volt power cord, a rechargeable battery, a vacuum, a filter, and a remote control.
The cordless vacuum is designed for use in homes, office, and office environments.
The $30 Power Vacuum has been in use for about two years, according to Walmart.
The company says that the power cord is rechargeable and will work with any household cord, while the vacuum itself is rechargeably rechargeable.
The company is also selling a “Power Vending Machine” that is meant to make vacuum cleaning easier and cheaper for consumers.
The machine can also be used for the first time with the Power Vacue line.
The “Power” vacuuming line is meant for use on a household or office level, Walmart says.
It will come with a recharge and a 2.5 amp cord and is meant only for use at home.
Walmart says the Power Vending Machines will be available for preorder starting Friday at 9:00 a.m.
EST and is scheduled to go on sale by the end of March.
It is unclear if the vacuum line will be offered in all Walmart stores.
The line has been available in some stores, including Walmart stores in Los Angeles, but no locations have officially launched the line.
Walmart has been testing the power vacuum line at a number of locations and says it has been able to deliver up to 30 percent less waste to the planet.
The company has been trying to reduce waste in the US by selling a variety of other products including toilet paper and other household items, and is also working to create more environmentally friendly packaging.
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The power vacuum is an eco-friendly alternative to using a vacuum cleaner.
Walmart’s “Power”, which is a brand of vacuum cleaner, is the name for a cordless electric vacuum.
The Power Vacuo is designed with eco-friendliness in mind, according Walmart.
As for its potential customers, Walmart has no plans to sell Power Vacuses in the near future, said Walter P. Clark, Walmart’s senior vice president for public and government affairs.
“Our focus is to keep the business focused on helping people save money,” Clark told ABC News.
“We know consumers are more likely to buy things that save them money.
That’s where we’re focused.”