RAC CAR VAC £10 @ B&M
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RAC CAR VAC £10 @ B&M

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LocalFound 28th Jan
It’s costs around £20 on online but B&M cost £10 only

Was a few in shelf’s
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is this with a rechargeable battery? or does it have to be plugged in all the time?
Got one myself on Friday, after clocking that a similar product in Halfords was more like £30!

RAC frost screen as well for £7.99, and it covers windscreen, wing mirrors and front side windows.
garagemc13 m ago

is this with a rechargeable battery? or does it have to be plugged in all …is this with a rechargeable battery? or does it have to be plugged in all the time?



12v to be plugged in the car, should be a wet and dry if not must be an older model then this would be better:
screwfix.com/p/r…Mmw
these vacuums are usually very weak at picking up dirt, hopefully this one is better than most
Got one useless
Shame on the RAC for selling their name to these landfill producers.
Sadly (perhaps surprisingly) 'RAC' brand is slapped on all sorts of tat from Poundland upwards. Avoid!

Sad and surprising undermining of a once respected brand, but then the RAC itself bears no relation to what it once was:

Wikipedia:
".RAC Limited (The RAC) is a British automotive services company headquartered in Walsall, West Midlands. Its principal services are roadside assistance and general insurance, and its subsidiaries include RAC Motoring Services Ltd, RAC Financial Services Ltd and RAC Insurance Limited.

The RAC emerged as the "Associate Section" of the Royal Automobile Club founded at the turn of the 20th century, and it was incorporated as R.A.C. Motoring Services Ltd. in 1978. It was sold by the members of the Royal Automobile Club to Lex Service Plc in April 1999, which subsequently renamed itself RAC Plc. In March 2005, RAC Plc was acquired by Aviva, and therefore delisted.

Aviva then sold the RAC to the Carlyle Group in June 2011. Although Carlyle had originally planned a stock market flotation for the RAC,[3] in September 2014, Carlyle agreed to sell almost half its stake to Singapore's sovereign wealth fund GIC Private Limited.[4]

In December 2015, Carlyle agreed to sell its remaining stake to CVC Capital Partners in a transaction valuing the RAC at £1.4 billion.[5] The RAC's main competitors are The AA and Green Flag"
Edited by: "Besford" 28th Jan
I wonder if the rac come out and fix this vac when it breaks down?

After the long wait, of course.
Bought one of these a few years ago, it went straight back as it was completely useless. Very poor suction. Not even worth £2.
Having bought one of these, from B&M, I can say with total confidence that it's completely useless. It couldn't suck a fart out of a paper bag. I'd swear it just had one of those poundshop handheld fans inside it, pointing the other way.
Aye....usually pretty crap that type, had numerous ones given to me over the years...none were any good.If you can get mains power to the car far better with a proper wet/dry vac cleaner.
Edited by: "BattleBeast1" 29th Jan
Can anyone recommend me a car hoover who h has superb suction power and worth the money please ?
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