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Ryobi 18V One+ Hand Vac CHV182G

Ryobi 18V One+ Hand Vac CHV182G

MPN: CHV182G
3.9 from 41 reviews · View Statistics
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Reviews

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  • Build Quality
    5.0 (1)
  • Value for Money
    4.0 (1)
  • Ease of Use
    5.0 (1)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    5.0 (1)
  • Product is used
  • Noise Level
    3.0 (1)
  • Pet OwnerYes (1) · No (0)
  • Battery Life
    4.0 (1)
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Louisse_G
Louisse_GMid North Coast, NSW
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Buy this and purchase the addons that are available at Bunnings as well

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Buy this and then purchase the accessory addon, plus a 4.0 18V battery add on and you have a great little Vaccum that gets into all those nook and crannies in the car and gets into all those hard to reach areas around the house. https://www.bunnings.com.au/ryobi-6-piece-vacuum-accessory-kit_p0134381 and/or this https://www.bunnings.com.au/ryobi-5-piece-hand-vacuum-stick-attachment-kit_p0134379

Purchased in March 2020 at Bunnings Warehouse.

Build Quality
5/5
Value for Money
4/5
Ease of Use
5/5
Cleaning & Maintenance
5/5
Noise Level
3/5
Battery Life
4/5
Incentivised Review No
Product is used Weekly
Pet OwnerYes
Floor Type Linoleum and Wood

Questions & Answers

Mary T
Mary Tasked

How do I remove the filter on the hand held vac?

1 answer
Dennis
Dennis

Mary T.
Simple to remove filter. First remove the nose cone section by pressing the grey button on top of the unit. It is just in front of the on/off switch.
Now with this cone removed, pull out the entire section from the cone by placing a finger at top and bottom of this section in the rectangular shape holes. Pull toward you. Take notice off the way it is removed as it must be replaced this same way.
With this section removed, empty out the dirt etc from this nose cone.
To clean the filter, remove the filter unit from the section by squeezing inwards, the lugs, one at the top and one at the bottom of the square filter holder. Once this filter is out, tap it repeatedly on to a sheet of paper to remove the dust. Maybe use a blower to blow the dust back out.
Replace the filter unit the same way it came out, making sure the the lugs click back into place. Replace this section back into the nose cone. Replace the nose cone back onto the vacuum unit by first engaging the lug at the bottom and then clicking the top button back in.
Another tip, I find this vacuum cleaner works best on mats etc by removing grey nose piece from the nose cone. Just pull it out. The grey nose piece with the little brush, is good for tight sections.
Happy Vacuuming
Dennis O'C

nzmike001
nzmike001asked

I am keen to buy one one of these to replace my utterly useless B&D unit which now (after only about 18 months) lasts about 30 seconds even on a full charge and does not have a replaceable battery. However I do not own any other Ryobi ONE+ power tools so what exactly do I need to buy apart from the vacuum unit itself? Is it just the charging base? If so what is the model?

1 answer
Louisse_G
Louisse_G

You will need a Ryobi battery and charger for it: https://www.ryobi.com.au/power-tools/products/list/category/power-tool-batteries-chargers ......You can use the battery for other ryobi plus one products as seen here: https://www.ryobi.com.au/power-tools/products/list/family/one-plus ...... sometimes the product already has the battery and power pack that comes with it. You can also purchase different accessory kits for it. Hope this helps.

JacquieH
JacquieHasked

it only blows out how do i change that>

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Details

CategoryHandheld Vacuum Cleaners
Price (RRP) $59.00
Bin Capacity0.65 L
HEPA FilterNo
Manufacturer Warranty4 year(s)
Release dateMar 2012
Replaced byRyobi R18HV-0
ManualDownload manual
  • MPN: CHV182G

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