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Best Handheld Cordless Vac

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lonerboner Sun 29-May-16 10:23:18

Anyone suggest the best cordless, handheld vac?

I want good suction, no bags, minimum effort with emptying and quite compact?

Needy much? wink

MaryMarigold Sun 29-May-16 21:15:20

I don't know if it's the best, exactly, but I've just bought the AEG ergorapido 3012 here http://m.johnlewis.com/mt/www.johnlewis.com/aeg-ag3012-ergorapido-vacuum-cleaner-red/p1495186#page_loaded and I am so chuffed with it. It's not overly complicated, it picks up loads, it's super light and it's very easy to empty.

I am used to a Henry so the bar is quite low, but the amount the AEG picked up from my carpet was absolutely mind-boggling (and quite embarrassing)...

MaryMarigold Sun 29-May-16 21:16:24

I should have said, it's a handheld and a stick 2in1 malarky...

Chloe94 Mon 30-May-16 06:43:13

I have the Dyson v6 and it is amazing. I don't use it as my only hoover (
I use my corded Dyson about once a month) but it's so easy I can just use it whenever I have a Spare minute and it means my house is constantly 'clean'

lonerboner Mon 30-May-16 08:36:48

Lovely work! I'm also used to a Henry smile

I'll take a look at both

mariemason Mon 30-May-16 11:46:30

I brought a VAX H85 handheld cordless vacuum cleaner and here's my review of it so far.I bought this as a hand-held vacuum cleaner to hoover out our cars, and to to be able to hoover up the odd little spill or mess around the house (usually to suck up the mess our semi-domesticated children seem to make at lunchtimes!).

I've been really impressed so far. The suction is plenty powerful enough to get the week's grit and dirt up from the cars' foot wells and is ideal for getting up the odd few bits around the house. Having been a bit unsure which hand-held to go with or to start with, I've got to say I've not regretted this one at all.

Charge is plenty enough to give two cars a good, thorough clean and still have some juice left. Just be aware it takes a while to charge completely once plugged back in.

The pull-out crevice tool is a useful feature, and the bag and filter are easy to empty out and clean respectively.

Thoroughly recommended.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Wed 01-Jun-16 10:45:30

Dyson DC 58 is what I've just bought and it's great. I bought the pole for 25 quid from Amazon which is a very cheap way of upgrading to the the DC59😉

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