Hand held vacuum cleaner for motorhome

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  1. peterc10

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    Hi. I am looking for a small hand held vacuum cleaner for the motorhome. Either running off 12V or re-chargeable via 12V supply. Don't want to spend too much

    Does anybody have any recommendations please?
     
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    Halfords 12 volt car vacuum £19.99, very pleased with ours
     
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    Do you have a link please - the only one I can see from them is £39.99.
     
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    They sell vacuum cleaners at bm store £9.99
     
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    Hi we have a Dyson DC35 Animal for home use, we take that with us when we go away, very powerful hand held vac with big re chargeable battery, why buy 2
     
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    12v rechargeable?

    A few years back - about 4 I think - we read a Which report telling us a certain Black & Decker was the best - so that's what we bought although there were indeed cheaper ones. We're still very happy together!
     
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    like Terry and pauline We have a dyson (dc59) for the house and just make sure it is charged before getting packed.
    its not cheep but well worth the money id say its the best house / van gadget that we have.
     
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    Hi Jenny, been looking at one or two of the Black & Deckers, but have not seen a rechargeable one. Don't happen to have a model number do you please?
     
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    Yip, that's what we bought (y)
     
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    Got one already but can't work out how to plug it in
     
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    No plug, it's WiFi or was the WiFe, cannot remember ;)
     
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    We too have the dc59... Great vacuum..
    We used to have one of those black and decker ones... Small hand held one.. Try a dyson and you'll not look back.. (esp if you have a dog)
     
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    Ditto to above,superb machine for both home and van.:)
     
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    We already have a very good Miele vacuum cleaner at home (so my wife tells me :rolleyes:), so don't need another one for home thanks. Just looking for a small reasonable (up to £30 ish) one for the motorhome. Most of places we stop do not have EHUs hence the need for 12V one.

    Has anybody used this one from Black & Decker? Or this one?
     
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    Any one want Muesli for breakfast.............


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    Meusli?? Scratchings from the bottom of the budgie cage as Del boy used to say
     
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    We also have one of these as a back up, handy for sawotting flies then sweeping them up
     
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    my wife makes me use the dustpan and brush.
     
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