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At Euro-Pro, which acquired the Fantom name, "the combination of the Twister technology, HEPA filtration and the bottom release [for the cup], allows mess-free dirt-chamber emptying," said an official.
Euro-Pro has created a full vac line with its Shark and other products, and added Fantom uprights this fall.
Euro-Pro essentially acquired the business of the bankrupt Fantom Technologies in January, including the name.
The company (renamed Fantom in 1997) added more uprights and canisters, pushing its market share to about 5 percent -- more at the high end.
Salton reportedly bought the advanced wireless technology and tooling that Fantom could not get to market before going bankrupt, and hired Allan Millman, Fantom's president and chief executive officer.
Fantom was the pioneer in bagless, but was overtaken, and now its name is owned by Euro-Pro, whose Shark took a bite from the handheld segment.
HAYDOCK: 5.05 Indian Pursuit, 5.35 Springwood Drive, 6.10 He's A Keeper, 6.45 Escape Proof, 7.20 Fantom Force, 7.50 Agrapart, 8.25 Northern Lyte.
The IQ Power Fantom wide-format ionizing blower from SimcoIon is said to be the strongest and widest blower on the market.
Chris Wilson Dark horse Fantom Force 6.30 Newbury Has shown good early speed in his races, suggesting the return to 6f will suit.
The two Visa winners, Theonitsa Christoforou and Savvas Komodromou, will travel to London with two reserved seats in the famous and favourite Musical 'Fantom of the Opera'.
Senior, since that plot of land was made a national assemblification of fantom sojess, and was commissioned into service, it looks like people and citizens who have never held catapults before in their lives are laid to rest there.