A user’s ReadiVac 36104 Wet-Dry auto hand-held vacuum cleaner review says: “The ReadiVac 36104 Wet-Dry auto hand-held vacuum cleaner is fine at picking up small items, and actually works great for automobiles, boats & RV’s – which is what it’s made for. Of course, you can’t expect a hand-held vacuum to pick up everything, but this little guy did a pretty good job at smaller messes. It’s also nice that it can pick up wet stuff.
The vacuum comes with 3 different attachments & is used by plugging it into a car outlet. Overall, the ReadiVac 36104 Wet-Dry auto hand-held vacuum cleaner is worth the money, but don’t expect it to be a Dyson or anything.”
A user’s Eureka 96 B Quick Up Upright Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner Review says: “The Eureka 96 B Quick Up Upright Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner works best for bird seed, dirt, cat litter & all sorts of hair. Basically, it will vacuum up everything that is dry – don’t try to use it with wet spills. Plus, it’s a lot easier to use than a lot of handheld vacs, if you don’t like bending over all the time.
The one drawback for of the Eureka 96 B Quick Up Upright Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner is that it’s not as powerful as some of it’s competitors. So, don’t expect it to do your really hard cleaning jobs. It does all light clean up jobs wonderfully though. Oh, and the battery works great for short amounts of time. Don’t expect anything over 20 minutes of hard usage at a time.
You have to keep the dirt cup emptied pretty frequently and also wipe off the filter so it works optimally. It’s not too loud, which is nice. Overall, the Eureka 96 B Quick Up Upright Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner is well worth the money.”
A user Dirt Devil M0914 Extreme Power Handheld Vacuum Cleaner Review says: “The Dirt Devil M0914 Extreme Power Handheld Vacuum Cleaner has been a good deal for us. I utilize it only for crumbs, a little cat hair in the carpets or sofas, and some light clean up between vacuuming. This small appliance works great for all that. The home looks better, I have to get the large vacuum out less frequently (one time a week instead of two) and stuff is much tidier. In addition, I love how simple it is to clean up. The Dirt Devil M0914 Extreme Power Handheld Vacuum Cleaner was unquestionably a very excellent purchase.”
A user reviews the Dyson DC16 Root 6 Handheld Vacuum Cleaner: “The Dyson DC16 Root 6 Handheld Vacuum Cleaner is a great vacuum. It fills the niche that I was hoping it would fill perfectly: I want to vacuum something small or far away from an outlet, and I don’t feel like fetching and plugging in the upright. Suction is great, the tools are great, the canister is great, etc. 5 out of 5 stars for the vacuum.
The battery life is ridiculous. I got 5 minutes of hard vacuuming. The way the charger is designed, it wouldn’t even be that easy to keep a spare battery, because the actual charging contacts are on the handheld itself. Come on, Dyson, lithium batteries aren’t even that heavy! You could have doubled the power of the Dyson DC16 Root 6 Handheld Vacuum Cleaner with no problem. You could have designed a backup charger like all the cordless power tools have. 0 out of 5 stars for battery/charger design.”
A user reviews the Black and Decker CHV9600 Cyclonic DustBuster Vacuum: “We put the Black and Decker CHV9600 Cyclonic DustBuster Vacuum through the ringer with 2 little messy kids and a cat. It was abused at times when my toddler got a hold of it…she dropped it many times by trying to help but it still continuted to work. It was used virtually everyday and it held up better than I expected it to. I doubt anyone expects the Black and Decker CHV9600 Cyclonic DustBuster Vacuum to last forever, but I was happy with its performance over the past 2 years. I would still recommed this product, but just be aware that it’s life span is only a couple years at best.”
A user reviews the Dirt Devil M0100 Classic Handheld Vacuum Cleaner: “The Dirt Devil M0100 Classic Handheld Vacuum Cleaner is great! I read the reviews here and others were complaining about some of the other models. This hand vac has a belt and the belt can be replaced. The owner of the vac shop told me the difference between the models that are receiving the complaints here and the Classic 0100 that I bought today is that the others are air driven and mine is belt driven and that’s why the other models’ brushes stop moving when you touch the Dirt Devil M0100 Classic Handheld Vacuum Cleaner to either your upholstered furniture or your carpet. Buy a belt driven model and not an air driven one. You won’t be sorry. You may pay more but it will be worth it.”
A user reviews the Dirt Devil 08220 Scorpion Quick Flip Vacuum Cleaner: “The Dirt Devil 08220 Scorpion Quick Flip Vacuum Cleaner makes short work of cleaning, and carried by shoulder strap while using hose allows cleaning of most areas easily, and rarely is the crevice tool really needed. Its very good for cleaning tight places, especially cars. Cleaning a non-disposable dust bin is a mess with any vac, but can be done with less mess by pre-covering the filter with a sheet of kleenex before each run, then mopping up when needed with a disposable lint roller. Constructed of good quality plastic, the Dirt Devil 08220 Scorpion Quick Flip Vacuum Cleaner is well worth its $20.”