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Makita DCL180Z 18V LXT Cordless Vacuum Cleaner - Body only - £24.50 @ Homebase
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Makita DCL180Z 18V LXT Cordless Vacuum Cleaner - Body only - £24.50 @ Homebase

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Posted 17th AugAvailable: National

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The Makita DCL180 is a handy cordless cleaner of cloth filtration type powered by Makita Li-ion battery. Strong suction power and Large dust capacity for heavy-duty applications. Low noise design ideal for quiet cleaning operation in job sites among residential areas. Rubberized soft grip for reduced hand fatigue even in long continuous use.
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Very good price!
Paid £45 for the DCL181 which is allegedly slightly more powerful. I don’t have another cordless vac to compare it to but find it’s extremely convenient for little jobs where getting the corded out is too much of a hassle!
It’s actually in stock, and thought it was good value previously at £35, so even better at current £25. We’ve had ours on a 4ah battery for almost 2 months on a single charge. Not as powerful as an expensive one but ideal for general cleanup and getting rid of creepy crawlies
Never seen this discounted below £30 or so. Great find
Reserved thanks
Edited by: "markrfc" 17th Aug
I’m sure I don’t need it.... but what the heck. Reserved. Thanks
Reserved, been waiting to find a good deal on this. Homebase makita battery tools are all discounted!
Great find,thank you! On the website under product details it says no batteries or charger included. Is the battery sold separately? And the charger, too?
I’ve had this vac for over a year and honestly we use it all the time ! We have hard floors everywhere and it’s perfect for quickly picking up crumbs, dead flys etc.

It’s not very good on rugs, but it doesn’t have a brush bar to “beat” dust from rugs / carpets so wasn’t expecting it be good for this.

I have a 5Ah battery in it and it literally lasts months on a single charge ! Way better than any cordless Dyson etc in that regard.

if you already have a makita battery this is a no brainier.
Edited by: "Bikerdanny" 17th Aug
fubar88817/08/2019 08:38

Paid £45 for the DCL181 which is allegedly slightly more powerful. I don’t …Paid £45 for the DCL181 which is allegedly slightly more powerful. I don’t have another cordless vac to compare it to but find it’s extremely convenient for little jobs where getting the corded out is too much of a hassle!



Does it have a rotating brush in the vacuum cleaner head?
Having used a number of budget and medium priced cordless stick vacuums I have found that those with less power but which have a rotating brush perform much better than higher priced more powerful ones which just rely on suction.
Old model DCL182Z is the newest
If you've got batteries, it's a good deal. Buying this and then having the purchase the batteries and accessories isn't worth it
How much for the battery ?
Ts189917/08/2019 10:20

How much for the battery ?


At the moment Amazon keeps reducing some to around the £23-£25 mark. So just keep your eye out. Homebase are selling a 4.0amh battery at the moment for just over £40.
dush_yant17/08/2019 09:58

Does it have a rotating brush in the vacuum cleaner head?Having used a …Does it have a rotating brush in the vacuum cleaner head?Having used a number of budget and medium priced cordless stick vacuums I have found that those with less power but which have a rotating brush perform much better than higher priced more powerful ones which just rely on suction.


No powered brush in the head, tbh, I predominantly use it with the narrow nozzle fitted but as @Bikerdanny said, on the occasion I’ve used it on hard floors with the wide bar it’s been fine, not sure it would be much use on carpets.
Just picked mine up. Did my house and 2 cars in a quarter of a 5ah battery. Really good! Heat!!
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Poor quality vacuum but good price.
Had one of these for a while. It's a very, very convenient cordless vac for quick cleans.I wouldn't be without it now. Still use the mains-powered Dyson for the deep cleans. Go for it if you have the Makita battery already.
Brilliant. Good quality, powerful, just tested on kitchen floor and rugs, as good as the dyson. Just about to tackle the car, seems great for when drilling into brick to catch the dust.
Edited by: "planthead" 17th Aug
Just picked mine up and used it. Surprisingly powerful and cleaned up my shed in a couple of minutes. Excellent buy for under £25.
Seen a guy using one in Costa today clearing up crumbs etc!
richie147uk17/08/2019 17:32

Just picked mine up and used it. Surprisingly powerful and cleaned up my …Just picked mine up and used it. Surprisingly powerful and cleaned up my shed in a couple of minutes. Excellent buy for under £25.


Do you need to buy the battery separately?
pam.fowler17/08/2019 17:39

Do you need to buy the battery separately?


Yes. Price is for the bare unit only. Not quite such an appealing deal if you don’t already own Makita power tools and can swap over batteries.
just picked one up , Thanks OP , brilliant basic hand held , great for a quick run around , for the price if you already have makita batteries this is a steal
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