Vacuum Cleaners Buying Guide
Our buying guide will explain which type of vacuum cleaner would suit you most, how much you can expect to pay for one, and which features are worth looking out for.
I'm disappointed this is discontinued as it is fabulous
I still have this one and it's going strong so I am disappointed it has been discontinued as it is so useful. It was also very competitively priced. In fact, I didn't intend to buy this one as I wanted a Dyson but the chap in the shop actually said this was far better value and worked really well; and he wasn't wrong. I also like the way it folds up like a 'snail' so can easily sit on the kitchen bench and not be in the way. And unlike other handheld vacs that I've had in the past (I'm a bit of vacuum cleaner obsessive :)) this one holds its charge really well; is easy to clean; and has good suction--what more can one ask for? Well probably another vacuum cleaner... and I wouldn't go past black and decker. JD.
Brilliant for my cleaning business
Ignore the 1-star reviews, I bought this to use for my cleaning business and it is brilliant! So easy to charge overnight and as long as you bear in mind you have about 15 minutes of charge, it has done every job asked of it and has picked up everything imaginable with no fuss. And it gets thrown about. Quick empty and clean of the filter and it is off again. Wouldn't hesitate to buy another if I broke this.
One thing I would say is it looks like there are at least 7 versions of this vacuum- mine is a UK version model number PV1020L-GB which is the 10.8-volt dustbuster. It's possible that some versions work better than others.
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