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Performance Power LiFE Wet & Dry Vacuum Cleaner £22.50 With Code and B&Q discount @ B&Q
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Performance Power LiFE Wet & Dry Vacuum Cleaner £22.50 With Code and B&Q discount @ B&Q

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Posted 26th FebEdited by:"MrSwitch"

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Thanks to @Chanchi32 for the code and method

Good price using the code imo and the 10% discount from B&Q membership

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This Performance Power LiFE wet & dry vacuum cleaner features a 15L capacity tank. This allows for longer vacuuming before needing to be emptied. It comes with 1x non-woven bag, 2x plastic tube (32x360) mm, 1x soft hose (32×1500) mm, 1x round brush and 1x selector brush.

Manufacturer guarantee: 2 years

Features and Benefits
Clean solid particulate and liquid easily
Special air-blowing function helps in easy operation
Perfect for easy use and space saving
Rotating wheels allow easy movement
Socket function is another prime feature of this product
We can start working immediately after power on
An attractive colour box is used as a carry case which enrich the value of the product
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Nice one. Should have waited. Got this last week for £25 could have had another 10% off.
Edited by: "taptadtothemax" 26th Feb
taptadtothemax26/02/2020 18:07

Nice one. Should have waited. Got this last week for £25 could have had …Nice one. Should have waited. Got this last week for £25 could have had another 10% off.


One of those things mate. Out of our control unfortunately
taptadtothemax26/02/2020 18:07

Nice one. Should have waited. Got this last week for £25 could have had …Nice one. Should have waited. Got this last week for £25 could have had another 10% off.


What’s it’s performance please? In need of a new hoover, preferably a dyson but open to cheaper brands.
Ref Performance: It's a low cost vacuum and you get what you pay for in this case. I have one I use on a dust extract system and it clogs up easily with paint/plaster sandings on it's internal washable filter but "assume" it will fair better on larger particles.

However if you're expecting this to be great for your home, you might want to revisit that thought since:
1) It comes with minimal attachments (non rotary)
and
2) It's as noisy as sin... please spend the money you save on this vacuum to buy some ear defenders.. you'll need them!!!

However this IMO be fine for vacuuming out the car or as a garage/workshop vacuum.

Heat for the price tho as I bout at full wack since screwfix had put the price up on their cheap dust extract vacuum...
Has anyone been using this to clean the gutter ? Saw a youtube video today but the featured product was over £500, which was just a vacuum .
Ten percent isn't coming up even after registering the club
MKS1426/02/2020 18:20

What’s it’s performance please? In need of a new hoover, preferably a dys …What’s it’s performance please? In need of a new hoover, preferably a dyson but open to cheaper brands.


I’m impressed. The size is very small, and honestly we only have a medium sized rug in our living room for which it is perfect. Personally not my preference not close to a Dyson/Shark etc in terms of build quality but certainly does the job though and Mrs is happy.
taptadtothemax26/02/2020 21:57

I’m impressed. The size is very small, and honestly we only have a medium s …I’m impressed. The size is very small, and honestly we only have a medium sized rug in our living room for which it is perfect. Personally not my preference not close to a Dyson/Shark etc in terms of build quality but certainly does the job though and Mrs is happy.


Thanks for your reply.
Was going to ask but . . thanks @ nightvenom -
"2) It's as noisy as sin... please spend the money you save on this vacuum to buy some ear defenders."
Cheap brushed motors are always the loudest - avoid
I inherited one of these last week. It's a waste of space for around the home. Might be Ok for cleaning up a garage but that's about all.
Bought one to clear out an old loft in prep of woodworm treatment, since then it's hoovered up water, earth, concrete rubble and lots more. Accessories are cheap but for the price it's really good.
Anyone use it for wood shaving/dust extraction duties??, my workzone one is fine but could stay fixed if this worked mobile duties... No room for bespoke extractor yet :/
Cheap and cheerful but works all the same!
Bought this just to use for the car and connect up to sanding tools etc. Seems to be ok so far
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