Saturday, December 5, 2015

Anti-Jihad Kit Review -- The Eureka Airspeed One Turbo


You can sit back and let all the others do the work in the war on terror, but don't start whining and crying when the local mujahideen chop off your buddy's hand as you pay your taqiya. Sure, go right ahead and do that. Or you can get proactive and bring the fight to the enemy.

That's what I did today, in the form of a Eureka Airspeed One Turbo. The Eureka promises to move "MORE AIR" as it "REMOVES MORE DIRT," all thanks to something called "Airspeed Technology." 



That's the marketing, does it deliver? I decided to find out by testing this anti-terror tool against some Jihad dirt that was hiding out in an old Moslem carpet.

The Eureka's easy to assemble, and in no time at all a number of Takfiri terrorists were cleaned out of their strongholds and thrown in the trash where they belonged. 



So yes, the Eureka works, and it's lightweight, too, which gives this dirt-buster good operational versatility. It also has a 25' cable, ensuring longer continuous action against the so-called "militants," and an array of attachments for hitting stairs, crevices and upholstery. 

You'll note the weapon is accented in electric lime green, giving it high-viz recognition to friendly forces. An asset on this battlefield.



Would I recommend it to a friend? Yes, I would. The little beast works. Is it tactical? I'd have thought that was obvious. But how much does it cost? A bit less than 2 "value" packs of Remington .223. Are there any cons? I didn't find any on this test run against the enemy.

So go out and get a Eureka Airspeed One Turbo and play your part in beating the Jihad back on the home front. 



You can find them at Walmart, on the other side of the store from the guns and ammo.

LSP


9 comments:

Mattexian said...

Blue Furminator looks unsure about this new appliance in his home. It could be what I believe is called the "Zombipocolypse green" trim on it. I have to agree on the sentiment, I'm not much a fan of it either, as it seems more a marketing gimic than any practical utility. Certainly any new vacuum cleaner will out-perform the old worn-out one, impressing you with the results. (And maybe grossing you out some, as you realize how much was left behind all those times you thought it was "clean.")

LSP said...

But on the plus side... it was pretty cheap. I'll be curious to see how long it stands up.

LL said...

Does Blue Demon want any of his blue hair back?

LSP said...

He does look a bit plaintive... I'm aiming for an increasingly hair free zone.

LL said...

If the old Texas Rangers had this sort of equipment, they could have cleaned up Texas a lot quicker than they did.

However I hear reports that Texas has knuckled under and Syrians are being settled on sacred soil.

LSP said...

We're not too happy about that.

jenny said...

That is a very GUILTY Blue Shedder, looking up at you! What a mess. Good purchase. Solid brand, too.

Cleanliness is godliness. Not allahness, which'll piss off Daesh something fierce.

LSP said...

Blue was most confused by the new tool in the war on Jihad...

Brighid said...

LOL... One of my blue heelers had to be put in the pickup when I vacuumed because he would get-a-hold and wouldn't let go of it til you turned it off. I think the noise bothered him, or maybe he was just loco.
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