Ridgid Vacuum Class Action Lawsuit
You can join the class action against Ridgid involving the false advertising of the strength and performance of its wet/dry vacuum cleaners. Ridgid wet/dry vacuum 2.5 hp is manufactured by Emerson and sold in home improvement stores, among other places. If you bought a Ridgid vacuum any time from 2007 to present, we want to help you. Contact us today – fill out the form or call 424-245-5505. Get your money back with our free legal help. We are class action attorneys ready to help you.
If you own, use or possess a Ridgid since 2007 to the present, you can get your money back. This case involves false advertising by Ridgid and Lowe’s that the peak horsepower on Ridgid products fall short of the advertised amount of horsepower available to users.
Ridgid Class Action Attorneys Can Help
If you bought a Ridgid and would like your money back, contact us today by filling out the form on this page or calling 424-245-5505.
These machines are designed to lift materials heavier than that of a conventional household vacuum and the power of the machine is usually its most important feature to buyers and consumers. If you used or bought a Ridgid wet/dry vacuum, with 2.5 horsepower, it likely does not perform as advertised.
The class action also asserts that Ridgid misrepresented the size of the tanks in the machines.
The three most important features and the ones that appear most importantly in advertising and on the box of Ridgid vacuums are horsepower, tank and price. Ridgid makes false and misleading representations about two of the three most important representations. The vacuums also automatically shut off before they reach the stated capacity.
Several vacuum manufacturers criticize the use of horsepower to describe vacuum performance, saying it measures power only when a motor is first started.
If you bought a Ridgid and would like your money back, contact us today. Just fill out the form on this page or call 424-245-5505.