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Neo VC1 Cordless Battery Handheld Vacuum Cleaner (Purple or Silver) £48.55 @ neodirect Ebay
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Neo VC1 Cordless Battery Handheld Vacuum Cleaner (Purple or Silver) £48.55 @ neodirect Ebay

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Posted 14th Apr

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Was looking for a decent spec'd vacuum from the UK.
This is more on their official website so the eBay code is discount on top of discount.
I still have one vacuum I use for the kitchen, hasn't had an issue at all.

Neo Battery Stick Vacuum

Features:

The Neo Cordless Battery Vacuum Cleaner is powerful and wireless, it has a lightweight design meaning it is easy to transport, use and store away.

Featuring a ligthweight design and rechargeable Lithium battery, this cordless vacuum cleaner is suitable for various surfaces.

Comes with wall mounted holding dock for vacuum and included accessories.

I'd like to give an insight as mines just arrived.

Vacuumed the whole house with it, did the carpets just fine.
Has a turbo mode, empties easily, not extremely noisy due to not an extreme amount of power, but enough to suck up general dirt, off carpets, hard floor etc. Like a normal vacuum!
Comes with the spin tool, a long corner tool and bracket for charge, as well as the charger itself.

Overall, I give it a 9/10 for the price...I didn't expect it to be this good!

Specifications

  • Voltage: 240V~50/60Hz.
  • Power: 80W / 18V Adapter
  • Noise Level: 80db
  • Run time: 22-30 Mins depending upon speed selection
  • Charge Time: 3-4 Hours
  • 2 Speed Modes: Eco & Full
  • Bagless Waste Tank Washable
  • Dust Capacity: 1L
  • Filtration Type: HEPA
  • Energy Rating: A
  • Tools Included: Crevice nozzle, wide main brush, battery charger and wall dock.
  • Weight: 2.2KG
  • Colour: Available in Purple or Silver

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mcek14/04/2020 17:52

You specifically asked about a 1-year warranty?I'm sorry, but who doesn't …You specifically asked about a 1-year warranty?I'm sorry, but who doesn't ask about a minimum of 2 years?Are you the ebay seller perchance?


No I'm not? Why accuse me of being the seller.

And yes I asked as some eBay sellers sell resold products instead, and they do not need to include 1 year warranty.

I only found out afterwards that it's their own products. Also, I did ask about 2 years and they said no.

Get off my deal and keep your mouth shut if you want to accuse me of stuff.
Edited by: "Dillz_" 14th Apr
80watts of power
The cooling fan on your PC is more powerful than that.
Is it me or does that look a lot like a Dyson.....
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Looking for a handheld to deal with cat fur, looking for recommendations please.
80watts of power
The cooling fan on your PC is more powerful than that.
Mostly_Alcohol14/04/2020 17:21

Looking for a handheld to deal with cat fur, looking for recommendations …Looking for a handheld to deal with cat fur, looking for recommendations please.


vax cordless is great for dog hair,we have a gsd that sheds non stop
steve23314/04/2020 17:35

vax cordless is great for dog hair,we have a gsd that sheds non stop


This is awkward cat fur, constantly moulting, pretty much weaves itself on to any fabric and even with pain staking hand tools which do an awesome job I just can't spend an hour a day on my bed alone... Need something decent that will do a similar job in a short amount of time and... Not cost a fur-tune...
You specifically asked about a 1-year warranty?
I'm sorry, but who doesn't ask about a minimum of 2 years?

Are you the ebay seller perchance?
mcek14/04/2020 17:52

You specifically asked about a 1-year warranty?I'm sorry, but who doesn't …You specifically asked about a 1-year warranty?I'm sorry, but who doesn't ask about a minimum of 2 years?Are you the ebay seller perchance?


No I'm not? Why accuse me of being the seller.

And yes I asked as some eBay sellers sell resold products instead, and they do not need to include 1 year warranty.

I only found out afterwards that it's their own products. Also, I did ask about 2 years and they said no.

Get off my deal and keep your mouth shut if you want to accuse me of stuff.
Edited by: "Dillz_" 14th Apr
Dillz_14/04/2020 18:07

No I'm not? Why accuse me of being the seller.And yes I asked as some eBay …No I'm not? Why accuse me of being the seller.And yes I asked as some eBay sellers sell resold products instead, and they do not need to include 1 year warranty.I only found out afterwards that it's their own products. Also, I did ask about 2 years and they said no.Get off my deal and keep your mouth shut if you want to accuse me of stuff.



ok, you're just a consumer.

I never buy anything new with 12 months warranty, so 'Was looking for a decent spec'd vacuum from the UK + 1 Year warranty' did read like an advert, albeit slightly strange pushing a short warranty period.

Fine, nothing to see here, moving on.
Is it me or does that look a lot like a Dyson.....
mcek14/04/2020 18:12

ok, you're just a consumer.I never buy anything new with 12 months …ok, you're just a consumer.I never buy anything new with 12 months warranty, so 'Was looking for a decent spec'd vacuum from the UK + 1 Year warranty' did read like an advert, albeit slightly strange pushing a short warranty period.Fine, nothing to see here, moving on.


Yes move on.
Rami_Radwan14/04/2020 18:13

Is it me or does that look a lot like a Dyson.....


Nah looks nothing like a Dyson...
Rami_Radwan14/04/2020 18:13

Is it me or does that look a lot like a Dyson.....


A lot do to be fair.
There's always one brand that's good in an industry that most copy.

Look at the phones nowadays, perfect example.
This is too cheap. There's really very little hope of it being any good.

I hope it is, but I doubt it.
Mostly_Alcohol14/04/2020 17:46

This is awkward cat fur, constantly moulting, pretty much weaves itself on …This is awkward cat fur, constantly moulting, pretty much weaves itself on to any fabric and even with pain staking hand tools which do an awesome job I just can't spend an hour a day on my bed alone... Need something decent that will do a similar job in a short amount of time and... Not cost a fur-tune...


Not many battery hoovers will pull that out. We have dysins but the best thing for hair removal for us is a shark 🏻
And this is a sealed system?
TheUrbis14/04/2020 18:46

It's not just you.


No its not just him/her. This vacuum is quite obviously trying to imitate a v10/v11
how this compares to a Dyson?
mojojo15/04/2020 09:47

how this compares to a Dyson?


is that a joke ? You want to compare one of the cheapest least powerful vacuums to the most powerful, most expensive vacuum ?
Unless your comparing it to a 5 year old Dyson v6 ?
Does it even have a brush bar ? If it doesn't it will be useless, low powered cordless vacuums get decent results by the brush spinning and lifting the bits/particles closer to the air flow
Edited by: "Mark_Hickman" 15th Apr
Mostly_Alcohol14/04/2020 17:21

Looking for a handheld to deal with cat fur, looking for recommendations …Looking for a handheld to deal with cat fur, looking for recommendations please.



I have this Hoover one, really pleased with it and can recommend,
ps. have a look at the New and used at 1/2 price.
smile.amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
ThermalRider15/04/2020 10:05

I have this Hoover one, really pleased with it and can recommend, ps. have …I have this Hoover one, really pleased with it and can recommend, ps. have a look at the New and used at 1/2 price.https://smile.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07DX35MRN/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


The reviews are very mixed on Amazon good price though!
I'd just like to say I wouldn't use this as a regular vacuum for cleaning the whole house, but rather an occasional if you have a mains powered one and this is for quick use. For example, for me it's just to clean the kitchen if there a few bits of dirt or maybe my living room. It does have a spin brush with it which helps assist with dirt lift too. But it's nowhere near a Dyson in airwatts/suction power. Just enough for light cleaning.

I just posted it as it's a decent price for that sense. You could spend a other 30-50 or even MORE for a proper one, but that's like every item. Spend more, get more for it.
Edited by: "Dillz_" 15th Apr
first amazon reviewer said it has such weak suction it can't handle a single hair on the floor even, they all gotta look like a dyson since its the only way it would ever sell !
emptypocketz15/04/2020 12:00

first amazon reviewer said it has such weak suction it can't handle a …first amazon reviewer said it has such weak suction it can't handle a single hair on the floor even, they all gotta look like a dyson since its the only way it would ever sell !


I searched it on Amazon and didn't see that review about the hair...

However, saw more good reviews than bad.
I'm not saying it's good or bad, but many said they used it for stairs and floors fine.
Mark_Hickman15/04/2020 10:00

is that a joke ? You want to compare one of the cheapest least … is that a joke ? You want to compare one of the cheapest least powerful vacuums to the most powerful, most expensive vacuum ? Unless your comparing it to a 5 year old Dyson v6 ?Does it even have a brush bar ? If it doesn't it will be useless, low powered cordless vacuums get decent results by the brush spinning and lifting the bits/particles closer to the air flow



It looks like it has a powered brush bar.
The V6 etc is around 120W on lower power mode.
The V10 is listed as up to 60minutes, which given discharging to 80% is just over 50watts.
So this is somewhere between a V6 and V10 on their lower power modes in terms of power.
Of course most people just use them on 'max', which isn't an option here.
Having used a £100 cordless Vax that struggled to lift dirt, I can't imagine this will be any better. Can't speak from experience with this item, but with vacuums I find it's always best to invest a little more, given you'll be using them regularly for years
_g_15/04/2020 12:17

It looks like it has a powered brush bar.The V6 etc is around 120W on …It looks like it has a powered brush bar.The V6 etc is around 120W on lower power mode.The V10 is listed as up to 60minutes, which given discharging to 80% is just over 50watts.So this is somewhere between a V6 and V10 on their lower power modes in terms of power.Of course most people just use them on 'max', which isn't an option here.


I have a v10 and i never use low power, it sits on medium constantly, that gives me enough run time to vacuum the whole house and has plenty of suction power, any idea how many watts the v10 pulls of medium ?
Mark_Hickman15/04/2020 12:36

I have a v10 and i never use low power, it sits on medium constantly, that …I have a v10 and i never use low power, it sits on medium constantly, that gives me enough run time to vacuum the whole house and has plenty of suction power, any idea how many watts the v10 pulls of medium ?


Not the rated max power I'm afraid.
The power used partly depends on the surfaces - thicker carpets will typically use more than hard floors as it's harder to get air flow.
Your vacuum has a 66wh battery, with 80% usable that's around 53wh.
So if you worked out how long you run it for (just the time the trigger is pressed), you can do this to work out the watts = 53/ (minutes_runtime/60).
So let's say it runs for 25min, you would do 25/60=0.42
53/0.42=126 watts.
_g_15/04/2020 12:48

Not the rated max power I'm afraid.The power used partly depends on the …Not the rated max power I'm afraid.The power used partly depends on the surfaces - thicker carpets will typically use more than hard floors as it's harder to get air flow.Your vacuum has a 66wh battery, with 80% usable that's around 53wh.So if you worked out how long you run it for (just the time the trigger is pressed), you can do this to work out the watts = 53/ (minutes_runtime/60).So let's say it runs for 25min, you would do 25/60=0.4253/0.42=126 watts.


Nice info thanks, where do you get the 80% from is that Dysons claims or from someones testing ? Thanks
Has a base for charge or just an adapter ?
Better to get one of the Xiaomis?
LOL 80 Watts, only thing this will pick up is cob-webs
i think this is a pretend vac. must be a small speaker inside that plays the sound of a vacuum lol
ThermalRider15/04/2020 10:05

I have this Hoover one, really pleased with it and can recommend, ps. have …I have this Hoover one, really pleased with it and can recommend, ps. have a look at the New and used at 1/2 price.https://smile.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07DX35MRN/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


I have one too & it,'s crap, always with cut outs and the roller binds everything to it would not take another if you paid me.
If it's anything like my cordless Vax it's a pile of crap
Damian6615/04/2020 14:44

I have one too & it,'s crap, always with cut outs and the roller binds …I have one too & it,'s crap, always with cut outs and the roller binds everything to it would not take another if you paid me.



All I can say is very pleased with performance of my Hoover H-Free Pets model. Like all handhelds it has to be emptied and filters cleaned regularly. The motorised brush hasn't clogged up yet but it is very easy to remove rotating brush and clean if necessary. Maybe you have long hair in your house? I don't in mine...
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Rami_Radwan14/04/2020 18:13

Is it me or does that look a lot like a Dyson.....


You look like a Dyson!
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