Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 95
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by cj Great product.
The item was what I was looking for and was at a good price.
August 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Pej Waste of money!
Bought this last year... Used it few times. The bottom does not fit correctly to the top section, very poorly made!
May 31, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by JMart Who wired this thing?!?
I'll attempt to be brief but thorough. In a matter of only 15 minutes, this extremely small vacuum manage to blow a 115 power supply in my car (built in) on a 20A fuse, a 15 amp circuit breaker in my garage, and a 20 amp circuit breaker in the next room after that!!!
And to answer your likely questions, no there was nothing else running in EITHER room! No, there are no problems with the home as it's brand new. Yes I'm sure as the garage powered a 10" concrete grinder for a week & shop vac 8x the size of this one... How is one supposed to use this item when it blows every power supply?! What an absolute piece of 'junk'!
March 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Aroyals Perfect for cleaning the car
This little vac is perfect for cleaning the car. We have a full size wet/dry vac that we have always used, but this little two gallon one is the perfect size to throw in a seat while you vacuum the inside of your car (the big one we have to roll around on the garage floor to each door and it's a pain). The small nozzle it comes with fits in the tight spaces between the seats and the doors very well. For the price you can't beat the convenience of this little vac. My husband also likes the heavy duty rubber band that holds on the filter, versus the light duty bands of some other models. I saw there is also a separate attachment kit with micro tips that we are going to get to get to even the smallest spaces in the car.
November 1, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Tex Good value!
It is an extremely inexpensive shop vac. It can push or pull air, which is nice. It is light, which is nice. It even has a couple of attachments, which is nice. It does not have wheels, which isn't so bad, and the hose connection is less than a strong bond. The hose will certainly pop off with a decent tug, which without wheels can happen when working in a larger area frequently. Overall, it works very well and has great suction and is an extremely good value, though when you buy the cheapest one available, don't expect it to be the nicest.
March 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by itsme A great price on a larger vac for my grandson. He loved it.
I ordered & picked up in store as a gift for my grandson. It was a good price and a larger size than found elsewhere.
April 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by alpinecarl 2 gal wet dry vacuum ($16)
My home in coastal SC was recently flooded. I burned out a small HD shop vac soaking up some of the mess. I bought a 'tim the toolman" giant with a huge motor, accessories and price, to continue clean up. What the gargantuan machine didn't do was cope with all the little spaces and small situations. HD had on sale ($16) small ones, the size you'd use in your car or truck cab (yes it works GREAT there).
If you have average needs and average home and vehicles, the little one isn't big enough. But the big ones can be too big. They fit complementary-like in my needs. It works great, keeps kitchen cupboards and car interiors clean. Wouldn't be without it. If I only had ONE the big one is too big and the little one is too little, but a truly hand portable vacuum is just too useful to not have it. Good suction, good parts and connections, simple minimialist but effective. Don't leave home without it.
March 15, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Willy Compact, but has limitations
Its handy to have a vacuum this small and portable. Suction is good.
Improvements that would make it better : A place to store the tools, something to wrap cord around.
While the suction is good, it will plug easily compared to a full size shop vacuum since the hose is so much smaller. For $12 I am not complaining, but a few small improvements would make it better. Paper filter easy to remove to use for water.
March 15, 2016