VPI's Next-Generation Record-Cleaning Machine: Remove More Debris from Your Vinyl LPs with MW-1 Cyclone, Twice as Powerful and 20dB Quieter Than VPI HW-16.5
Blow away all the unwanted dirt and harmful debris on your vinyl LPs with the VPI MW-1 Cyclone record-cleaning machine. Designed by Matthew Weisfeld, son of VPI co-owner Harry Weisfeld, MW-1 Cyclone is surrounded by a beautiful aluminum housing, rotates for scrubbing and vacuums in both directions (a first!), and removes more debris from LP surfaces. A brick-strong support-platter assembly, significantly quieter operation than the VPI HW-16.5, indestructible build quality, and the ability to press as hard as you want while scrubbing without breaking the motor are even more reasons to do the Twist(er). Backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee!
Outstanding Inside and Out, Touts Bi-Directional Scrubbing and Vacuuming
The VPI MW-1 Cyclone sports an attractive industrial design in which an all-aluminum skin curves graciously around the entire unit, softening corners with understated elegance. A brand-new dust cover complements the sleek exterior, without hinges to break up the visual line. Of course, MW-1 Cyclone's beautiful clothing is nothing compared to what's going on under the skin. A vacuum with double the power and 20dB less the noise of the HW-16.5 combines with a high-grade clamp to keep records firmly in place. A beefed-up reversible platter motor allow for more vigorous scrubbing. Plus, MW-1 Cyclone scrubs and vacuums bi-directionally!