Sirena Tuna began in as a passion for high quality Italian food and a desire to share great tasting food with the community. Since those early days, Sirena which is the Italian word for mermaid has crafted a reputation as a delicious, premium quality tuna with its iconic mermaid logo and yellow tin.
Their special recipe was eventually taken to Thailand, the world centre of tuna manufacturing, and the family worked closely with suppliers to reproduce the same well-loved flavour, and the signature pink, fleshy tuna chunks. Over the years so many Australians came to love the Sirena taste that it became available in every major supermarket.
Their dream of a great tuna for all Australians remains a reality. We now have manufacturing facilities in both Thailand and Indonesia. Jun Hiroshima. Jason Nelson. Jamie Biesemans. Eli Winter. Mirko Russo. Charlie Parr. Buddha's Hammer. Tom Schmidlin. Russell Mourningson. Evan Yo. Peregrine van Putten. Steven J Davis. Harry Reddick. Cole Olson. Ian Phillips. Dominick John Diglio. Shawn Conroy. Victor Westmoreland. Ryan Case. David Edwards. Anthony hall. John Showah.
Purchasable with gift card. Sold Out. Dig In In Tall Grass Drowning A New Binding Howl It was my first choice, but there was one thing that made us look at other options. After doing some more shopping we found the Sirena. I have used both vacuums and will break this review down in four categories: Price, Assembly, Operation, and Cleaning Ability.
Rainbow — To say it in short, this vacuum is NOT affordable. Rainbow — Super easy. It has this really awesome thing where the tub and hose are grounded so there is only one of each to deal with. You pull the unit out of the box, click the tube together, fill the water basin, plug in the hose, and you are ready to vacuum.
You can pick both wet and dry things with the same setup. Sirena — Not easy. It took me and a friend an hour to figure it out. All you have to go off of is the picture of the box because the instructions are not clear. The Sirena also has an electric hose and a water hose and a tube for each which means more parts. So that is a bummer when it comes to the Sirena. Rainbow — The design of the unit is a little easier to use since it flat.
So when you take the unit off the water basin it is upright in the same position that it is in when it is on the water basin. The power button is easy to see and clicks so you know for sure it is on or off. Sirena — The design is something I am not a fan of when it comes the Sirena. It is designed at a diagonal so you might be able to see more of the water basin when it is in use, unlike the Rainbow, but it makes it hard because the unit has to be practically laid down when you take it off the basin.
Also mine was really tricky to get it to release off the water basin. The Rainbow has a vibrating head and so does the Sirena so both use vibration and suction to get the dirt out. The cleaning attachments look identical and work identical. And they are both air purifiers. So with cleaning ability it is a tie, but, the fact I can clean more right off the bat with what came with my Sirena, I have to give an extra bonus point to Sirena.
So it just depends on what you want to spend. If you have a great paying job, then go ahead and go for the Rainbow since there is a little bit more ease with operating it, but, if you are like me and my family, the price is what saved it for the Sirena. I still have a great vacuum that will just have a little bit more personality. All in all, my house is getting clean and that is what my number one priority is.
So as I mentioned before, this is my total opinion on each machines. Both machines are great it just depends on price. For my family it was the Sirena because I was able to afford a water canister vacuum without having to wipe out my savings account. I love to hear from my readers on your experience with each machine, but remember that we will all treat each other with respect with our words. I have used my Sirena vacuum for a few years now and I love it still.
The only thing that was a bummer on mine was that it is super hard to get it off the base with the canister on. Not a huge deal and I just hook it in the front and not the back. Otherwise the vacuum works great and I highly recommend it! Commenting Guidelines. Thank you for this!! I too grew up with a Rainbow and was afraid of buying an inferior product. Like Like. Hello my name is Luz I am thinkig about to ge a Sirena.
But my question is can I use it toclean a wet carpet or floor? Hi Luz, I am sorry for just getting back to you. Mine came with a wet and a dry hose. The dry hose can be used for wet hard floors like tile but there is no attachment for wet carpet. I hope that helped. Great review! Thank you so much! I want the rainbow so bad but didnt want to spend that much and the attachments are what made me second guess it! I was looking for something similar that womt break the bank! Thanks again! Like Liked by 1 person.
The Sirena does not come with a carpet shampooer and they have no plans to develop one which is not good. Would like to have one. Good to know.
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