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.
It is useless. It’s worse then their 18v stick vacuum cleaner. Makita has never made a good vacuum cleaner and they never will. I got a lot of makita tools. Most of them are decent but never the best. But they shouldn’t be making vacuums because they can’t.
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I required a vacuum cleaner that I could vacuum around our swimming pool area and around our outside patio.
I had recently purchased Makita's DUB362Z 36V (18V x 2) Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Turbo Blower which is extremely impressive. I assumed their Makita DVC260Z 36V would be as impressive. I assumed wrong!
The Makita 36V (18Vx2) Mobile Brushless Backpack Vacuum comes with 2 vacuum power settings:
Setting 1: Extremely Low Suction
Setting 2: Very Low Suction
The dirt bag is NOT reusable. Why didn't they provide a zip for emptying? (You need to buy optional replacement bags) I need to replace the bag after every use. (around $4.50ea)
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