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  • On Feb 13 I posted an unfavorable rating for the Dustopper due to the lid breaking while trying t...
  • March 31, 2018
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On Feb 13 I posted an unfavorable rating for the Dustopper due to the lid breaking while trying to reattach it to my bucket. I was contacted by the president of the company, Tom Huntley, and he apologized for the rare defect and immediately replaced my Dustopper at no cost to me. Now that’s great customer service!!! After several correspondences through email I quickly realized that Tom and his company are very serious about customer satisfaction and making the Dustopper the first choice in dust control for home craftsmen and pros alike. Thank you Tom for your help with my issue!

Jay

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  • Received a couple weeks ago. All hooks and works well. The entire package contains the following....
  • January 15, 2019
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Received a couple weeks ago. All hooks and works well. The entire package contains the following. (1) Dustopper Dust Separator, (1) 36 inch long 2 1/2 diameter hose and (1) 90° elbow. Of course the 5 gallon bucket is extra. What would be nice is if they would add an additional elbow. Couple reasons. With the hose coming out of the top of the Dustopper then to the vacuum "inlet", you'll experience an issue with the bucket tipping over. How ever there is even a better way. I included a picture of what I did with my Vac & Dustopper.

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kdunbar

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  • An absolute MUST HAVE! There's nothing worse than going to use your shop vac and finding out the ...
  • November 17, 2017
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An absolute MUST HAVE! There's nothing worse than going to use your shop vac and finding out the filter is clogged with dust - off to the store to spend $20 on a new filter.. again! Dustopper pays for itself! It's engineered to perfection. As a home DIY'er and a new mom, it's so important that my little one isn't breathing in dust while I work on projects and not to mention the time saved on clean up! I just hook up my orbital sander to my Dustopper which connects to my shop vac and the possibilities are endless!

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DIYMOM

15 out of 15 people found this helpful
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By: DIYMOM
  • I wanted a form of cyclone dust collector for my shop vac. I was tired of cleaning filters. This...
  • February 15, 2019
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I wanted a form of cyclone dust collector for my shop vac. I was tired of cleaning filters. This product is easy to setup and use. Does a nice job. But I would recommend building a cart for the shop vac and the dust separator. See my design.

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Jaybird114

14 out of 14 people found this helpful
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By: Jaybird114
  • Beats the industry leader!
  • August 02, 2018
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I’ve been using the Dustopper for about 6 months and am extremely impressed. I even ran it through an extensive review against the industry leading dust cyclone, Dust Deputy, and the Dustopper either beat or was equivalent in every test, such as suction loss, air flow restriction, and leaks... and it’s half the price! Easy to install, sturdy, comes with the hose and attachment, and performs as it says. Can’t beat it!

johnbuildsit

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By: johnbuildsit
  • I bought the dustopper with my 5hp, 12 gallon Rigid shop vac for use in my woodworking shop. Wor...
  • January 20, 2019
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I bought the dustopper with my 5hp, 12 gallon Rigid shop vac for use in my woodworking shop. Works amazingly well. Priced well below other options on the market its a clean, simple addition with no need to make custom parts to integrate. I tested by picking up about some piles of saw dust under my table saw. The 5 gallon bucket was about half full while the bottom of the shop vac wasn't even completely covered with dust yet. I'm sold.

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WayneG

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By: WayneG
  • It works well, but unfortunately that plastic very thin and fragile , and very easy to break for...
  • December 04, 2018

It works well, but unfortunately that plastic very thin and fragile , and very easy to break for example: if you connect your holes several time to Inlet is too tight and it cracks after a few days which makes this item not usable.

Arek

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  • I use a Rigid 6 hp shop vac constantly at my work for our CNC dust control. I change and blow out...
  • January 30, 2018
  • Verified Purchase & Recommended Product

I use a Rigid 6 hp shop vac constantly at my work for our CNC dust control. I change and blow out the filters every week and try to reuse them as well as I can. I'll buy a new filter every 2 months roughly. After 2 weeks of use, (8 hours a day, 4 days a week) the filter has some minor dust on it but overall still good for another 2 weeks. The shop vac body is empty with minor dust on the walls and all the debris is in the bucket. This cuts my maintenance time, and cost down a lot. With each filter $17 dollars, this will pay for itself quickly in time and lack of headaches. I haven't tried the Dust Deputy but this does what I need it to. Pros: Plug and Play, fits on a 5 gal bucket which I already had, comes with a hose, easy to use, easy to clean. Cons: Hose is a little short, increases your vacuum footprint, a little wonky with the smaller hose sticking out of the top, not low profile.

MaintenanceGuy

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By: MaintenanceGuy
  • Pays for itself!
  • July 29, 2018
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I've been looking for a portable dust collection setup for my shop, for when I need to move the sander or router. This unit is unreal! I started with a new HEPA rated filter on my Ridgid W/D vacuum, to see how much particulate made it through. I was able to fill a 33 gal trash can over the course of a day, and the filter had only a light dusting, with nothing actually in the vacuum container. Anyone that has spent $15-25 on W/D filters knows the pain of throwing money away. This pays for itself!

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PlaidFlannelGuy

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  • If you do any degree of woodwork with power tools that accept a vacuum port - I suggest you grab ...
  • October 16, 2019
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If you do any degree of woodwork with power tools that accept a vacuum port - I suggest you grab one of these. The benefit is you don't have to clean your shop-vac filter. This separates 99% of the dust before it hits your vacuum. Personally I made a caddy with my Ridgid wet dry vacuum to make an all in one system that easily moves around my garage to different tools. You could make your own, and there are many options on the web for it, but honestly the fact that the kit comes with a small hose and 90 degree connector makes it slightly more cost effective to get this than make your own.

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BB101

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