Titan Corded 16L Bagged Wet & Dry Vacuum Cleaner TTB350VAC £22 @ B&Q (C&C)
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Titan Corded 16L Bagged Wet & Dry Vacuum Cleaner TTB350VAC £22 @ B&Q (C&C)

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Found 7th Jun 2017
A brilliant budget vac at a great low price. I have one and can't fault it, may even get another one at this price haha
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I bought this from screwfix for 35£. might get another one.
hey its sort of like a cousin of henry im in great price could be a brother or sister this is cheap
This deal really sucks!


Great price though.
Non in stock with in 50 miles of where i live
degudodger4 m ago

Non in stock with in 50 miles of where i live



Would have been ideal but none within 50miles of me, heat added!
Thought this was batman merchandise
none in west Yorks.
shadey127 m ago

none in west Yorks.



gold3n_dragon

I bought this from screwfix for 35£. might get another one.


It's £40 now (I bought one on Sunday). None in stock at any local B&Qs for me.
Oos in every store apparently...
These are really good
Out of stock for me too
Who price matches?
Out of stock in ALL stores. It's only a DEAL if the item is available. Otherwise it's just a fantasy wish.
The only issue is it doesn't have anywhere to store the power cord, otherwise reasonable vac.
I have one of these - bought for £35 IIRC and no complaints from me.

A steal at this price if you manage to suck one up (pun intended)
i bought it when refurbishing house.
tried to suck up dust from sanding paint and wood, crumbled concrete and plasterboard etc.
the problem was, that this vacuum does not have any proper filters so what comes in (dust) immediately comes right out as a huge cloud.
so I sprinkled all the dust with water - the pulp blocked the foam inside immediately and caused no suction... there goes the "wet and dry" to dogs.
the only way, I could use it, was to prop it on the window seal and blast the dust out into the garden.
not fit for purpose IMHO.
missmisiowa

i bought it when refurbishing house.tried to suck up dust from sanding … i bought it when refurbishing house.tried to suck up dust from sanding paint and wood, crumbled concrete and plasterboard etc.the problem was, that this vacuum does not have any proper filters so what comes in (dust) immediately comes right out as a huge cloud.so I sprinkled all the dust with water - the pulp blocked the foam inside immediately and caused no suction... there goes the "wet and dry" to dogs.the only way, I could use it, was to prop it on the window seal and blast the dust out into the garden.not fit for purpose IMHO.



​Mine is amazing at suckling up concrete dust I'm using the bags though, where you using the bags?

You can buy a fine filter but to be honest the bags are amazing strong and takes a lot to fill one. It's says you can use it without a bag but only for sucking up large debris so really you have to use the bag unless sucking liquid.

Crazy powerful as well if pipe gets blocked you just switch pipe to blow end and it shoots out like a bullet. For its size I can't praise it enough and I paid 39.99 for mine.
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