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.
Sucks but lacks in its modular capacity.
First off the function of this unit is great, it sucks like a Goo Girl and a single bag lasts quite a while without the suction power dropping off much.
If you need a vaccum almost every day for use on site (either cleaning up or dust extraction) this is a very useful unit and i have no complaints about how it works because it runs great.
Even tho its made by Gypsy's in Romania NOT GERMANY!!
They have no problem chucking on the premium German price!!!
BEWARE: All the new fein crap is Chinese garbage with the same price tag.
This ...unit SEVERELY lacks the modular capacity that the rest of my Fein tools have. (One of my favourite parts of Fein tools are how the tool cases are made to stack which makes loading the car just that little bit easier)
Not what I expected
It is certainly a good extractor, and has performed well.
Two weeks after purchase it broke down, and was sent back for a new motor. In the three years since it has been subjected to light use. Yesterday though, it burned out rather dramatically. My last extractor cost a third of the price and lasted over ten years.
So far it is great.
Purchased two days ago. Used yesterday sucking up villaboard dust and broken ceramic tiles. The vacuum is powerful and did the job with ease. The variable power is a good option as full power was too strong for dusting off vertical blinds. Also used it attached to a circular saw cutting villaboard, here the auto function was fantastic and I had very little dust that did not get sucked up.
For the power of the motor it is quite quiet which I was happy about. Depending on which attachment you have on the end of the hose the suction whistle that ...
|Category||Commercial Vacuum Cleaners|
|Release date||Feb 2011|
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