PARKSIDE Wet and Dry Vacuum Cleaner for £49.99 at Lidl (from 15 Dec 2016)
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PARKSIDE Wet and Dry Vacuum Cleaner for £49.99 at Lidl (from 15 Dec 2016)

£49.99LIDL Deals
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Found 12th Dec 2016
each
3 Year Warranty
1400W
Powerful, all-purpose vacuum cleaner also suitable for extracting water or as a blower with large 23L stainless steel tank
Includes a 1.8m suction hose, switchable floor nozzle, crevice tool, pleated filter, foam-sponge filter and paper filter bag
Specifications:

Suction power (mbar): 170
Container capacity (L): 23
Weight (kg): 6.4

13 Comments

Original Poster

I am planning to buy one of this so that I can attach it with the sawing and tools like that which allows dust collecting. As someone new to this DIY world, I wonder should I splash out monies for it or use the dyson. Will dysons and henrys (henries?) do the job?

anyone know cheapest way to wash sofas?

Edited by: "flash2k" 12th Dec 2016

flash2k

anyone know cheapest way to wash sofas?



​In your washing machine.

abhikaro

I am planning to buy one of this so that I can attach it with the sawing … I am planning to buy one of this so that I can attach it with the sawing and tools like that which allows dust collecting. As someone new to this DIY world, I wonder should I splash out monies for it or use the dyson. Will dysons and henrys (henries?) do the job?


A henry will do the job I don't know if a dyson will I think the hoses might be the wrong shape for adapters

flash2k

anyone know cheapest way to wash sofas?


Get a decent wet vac like the above, I have a decent rug doctor carpet washer but absolutely nothing beats scrubbing with a floor brush and then vacuuming up the water using a wet vac after......

Original Poster

Herc

A henry will do the job I don't know if a dyson will I think the hoses … A henry will do the job I don't know if a dyson will I think the hoses might be the wrong shape for adapters


Thanks!

abhikaro

I am planning to buy one of this so that I can attach it with the sawing … I am planning to buy one of this so that I can attach it with the sawing and tools like that which allows dust collecting. As someone new to this DIY world, I wonder should I splash out monies for it or use the dyson. Will dysons and henrys (henries?) do the job?


Personally I would not use a dyson - if the dust screws it up, you'll never hear the end of it....
Lidl occasionally do a vacuum very similar to this but with an automatic power take off function ie it only comes on when the power tool is active and switches off when you power down the tool.
Aldi do one as well
aldi.co.uk/p/7…5/0 but you might have to wait a few months until they come on sale again.
The older versions of this from Lidl seem to get good reviews on ukworkshop.co.uk


Edited by: "gari189" 12th Dec 2016

I have the mentioned auto on/off vac from lidl which is very good with my table saw etc

This looks comparable but if you plan on using with any power tools I recommend the extra £5/15 for the one I have... if you can wait for it to come up

abhikaro

I am planning to buy one of this so that I can attach it with the sawing … I am planning to buy one of this so that I can attach it with the sawing and tools like that which allows dust collecting. As someone new to this DIY world, I wonder should I splash out monies for it or use the dyson. Will dysons and henrys (henries?) do the job?


i used my dyson attached to an random orbital sander to sand plaster down and after a few minutes it clogged and then overheated
Edited by: "hmv4u" 12th Dec 2016

Got this vacuum cleaner a few months back when it last was in stores. Generally it is quite good, no major problems and gets the job done well. Only fault to mention is that after a fair bit of use, the plastic pipe has a tendency to come off from the metal pipe.

I'm looking for a new vacuum cleaner. This seems a good price, but I'm confused by it being sold as a 'DIY Tool'. Is this worth buying for use as a straightforward vacuum cleaner around the house?

Original Poster

Thanks for all the advices and warnings... I already have a dyson which is for home cleaning but was afraid to hook it up. Auto on/off would be nice.

Will this work as a straight forward standard home vacuum cleaner for the house?
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