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5 reviews

    AM24Perth, WA

    • 26 reviews

    A hidden Gem, works far better then it looks


    Doesn't look the best, quite noisy but very powerful. I have to admit is looks cheap lots of very basic plastic parts that make it feel cheap and nasty. We put the vacuum to work at our office to clear our store and it picks up everything, extremely powerful suction, tools are basic but work well.

    Date PurchasedJune 2018


    not user friendly


    First of all it was difficult to assemble as there are no clear instructions even on google. Then suction is very poor. When i asked for a best vacuum in the store this is what i was given. Now i need to buy a new one as this does not help especially with hayfever.



    This is by far the most usless piece of rubbish vacuum I have ever used. first one lasted a week got an exchange second one lasted a bit longer still stopped working after a while, overheated and smelt like it was about to catch fire. its was so loud u need ear plugs and progressively got louder before it blew up. waste of $99 then seen a Ryobi wet vac for $79 much quieter hasn't missed a beat.

    bad quality

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    Hasn't got a lot of suck power. Struggles to pick up small things. Can't comment on the wet vacumn, but if I had my time over, I would check out the reviews first. Vacumn cleaner head is not practical for workshop use. Handle needs to be longer for the average person not to bend.
    Cheap and light weight. Easy for ladies to use.
    Not enough power.

    Dry Only


    Works Good for Dry suck up a inch of water and it start Blowing water out the top of the Motor Cover and the sides (Clips) Its Not worth the money for a wet and dry vac See you soon Supercheap its coming back for a refund.

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    Cheers you just saved me from buying and returning one

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    CategoryCommercial Vacuum CleanersCommercial Vacuum Cleaners
    HEPA Filter YesYes
    Price (RRP)$119$169
    Bin Capacity15L25L
    Release dateDec 2010Dec 2010
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