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How do I register my Air Steerable?

Click here for online registration.

Product Information

What is Swivel Steering?

Effortlessly maneuvers around furniture and into tight spaces with ease giving you more control to get the job done.

What is AllergenBlock Technology?

AllergenBlock Technology - Prevents *97% of pet dander, dirt, dust, and pollen particles** from re-entering the air.

*Based on ASTMF1977 using particle sizes down to 0.5 microns**Pet dander, dirt, dust & pollen particles picked up from your vacuum down to 0.5 microns
What is WindTunnel® Technology?

WindTunnel® 3Technology - Creates three channels of suction to lift and remove surface debris and deeply embedded dirt

What is the weight of the vacuum?

The full weight of the vacuum is 14 lbs.

Product Maintenance

How do I use the brush roll?

The switch can be found on the top right hand side of the canister. The brush roll is best used on when vacuuming carpets. Turn off the brush roll when vacuuming hardwood or tile.

How do I use the hose?

Begin by removing the hose from the storage position. Then flip down the hose connector door and insert the hose.

How do I know if I need to clean the filter?

Begin by removing the canister from the vacuum, then twist the lid until it unlocks. Once you remove the lid, pull out the filter and look at both sides to determine if the filter needs to be washed.

How do I wash the filter?

Clean the filter by placing it under running water until all the dirt and debris are washed away. Next place out to dry for 24 hours.

How often do I need to wash my filter?

It’s important to wash your filter every month.

Is there another filter on board?

Yes, the HEPA filter is located underneath the location of the bottom of the dirt cup and should be cleaned every 2 months.


I’m not sure my Vacuum is picking anything up.

It could be your filter. Please take a look at this video to understand how to clean your filter:

I feel like there may be a clog in my vacuum.

Please reference the video below for additional help: